Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000
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Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 Review
14 October 2011
Summary: Neither the mouse nor the keyboard are especially well suited for gaming, but, of course, that's not what the Wireless Desktop 2000 is marketed for. For cubicle dwellers, the Wireless Desktop 2000 keyboard is a stylish, secure keyboard with plenty of productivity-enhancing hotkeys. One tip to you: If you want the keyboard, be prepared to splurge on a better mouse.
Pros: Comfortable keyboard; only game in town for encryption.
Cons: Plain-Jane mouse is feature poor and unergonomic.
Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 is a great desktop that combines functionality,
performance and quality design. With wireless range up to 30 feet a user can
control the computer from the largest of home rooms. With multiple keyboard
banking options a user can configure virtually limitless combinations. With this
desktop, a user has many options and can perform them all for under $50 USD.
Excerpt: Wireless keyboards and mice can be a real boon to a lot of users. They can offer freedom of movement, supplement smaller keyboards on laptop, etc. You can find an amazing range of options now- ergonomic, enhanced, bare basics, and more. They are also considered a security no-no. The Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 addresses this with 128bit encryption, for under $40!
Excerpt: The Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 2000 keyboard holds its own when compared to other wireless keyboards in our lineup of best wireless computer keyboards. When you purchase this keyboard, you get instant setup, freedom to roam, comfortable typing, and access to your favorite applications with the push of a button. Its many features can help you get your work done faster and make your play last longer.
Pros: This keyboard offers secure wireless freedom and instant access to media and internet applications.
Cons: The transceiver included with this keyboard will only recognize this peripheral, so it will occupy a valuable USB port.
Conclusion: Its archrival Logitech sells no fewer than four, so it was inevitable that Microsoft Corp. 's hardware division would offer a bundle of a cordless keyboard and cordless mouse -- although since Logitech's products are called "cordless," Microsoft uses the word "wireless." At first glance, the new Wireless Desktop looks like a winning combination for clearing your workspace of cable clutter: a comfortable keyboard with programmable hot keys; an ambidextrous mouse with a...
Conclusion: Microsoft surprises the world once again by releasing an unexpected wireless combination that provides users with a very good wireless keyboard and wireless ball mouse for an attractive price. It’s clear that for such an affordable price you can’t expect an optical mouse with a top notch keyboard. Nonetheless we found the mouse and the keyboard very agreeable to use and we haven’t noticed any drawbacks.
Pros: Affordable,, Great Drivers,, Good Autonomy.
Cons: Too few hotkeys,, No batteries monitoring through drivers
Conclusion: The fact this product is priced $5 less than the Microsoft's 2005 entry level mouse is astonishing, given the value we feel one will receive from the product. The product has long-lasting features, simple design, and is comfortable to use - what more could we ask from a $25 keyboard? If you are in the mood for a good deal - we recommend the Comfort Curve Keyboard 2000.
Summary: Tastaturet har en ordinær layout, kanskje med unntak av rekken med hurtigtaster som ligger helt øverst. Musa er symmetrisk og bare utstyrt med de aller nødvendigste knappene. Du må bruke AA-batterier i musa og AAA-batterier i tastaturet. Når du plasserer den felles adapteren i en USB-port, er begge enheter klare til bruk på et blunk. For å få fullt utbytte av hurtigtastene, må du installere et lite betjeningsprogram, men det er fort gjort.
Pros: Velfungerende tastatur, Mus til begge hender, Praktisk adapter, Svært lav pris