Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wired Keyboard 200
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This product was perfect for my purposes
none, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I prefer this type of keyboard, it has the high keys and not a flat landscape. It is exactly what I wanted. The service I received from B&H was excellent. Any time I had occasion to purchase something from B&H the service was excellent.
Excerpt: A no-frills, 104-key, full size keyboard that delivers what you expect with no fuss. Plugged it into a USB port on my machine, and Windows 7 detected it and automatically loaded the driver with no hitches. I was using it in less than a minute, and have had no issues with it. The white keys are easy to see and have a good feel. Adds one more cord on the desk, but it does not require batteries like a wireless keyboard.
Excerpt: It was cheap, but only worked okay for couple of months. It started misbehaving. The wrong characters get typed, numlock cannot be turned off and other weird things. Was using it with an Intel NUC but I gave up on it.
The Microsoft 200 JWD00046 wired keyboardis perfect for me as a blind user
7 January 2014
Summary: I really like this keyboard. I am blind and have to use keyboard commands to do everything on the computer and this keyboard is just what I like. The standard 104 layout is perfect with the number pad. It also has two windows keys and an application key, which important for blind users. The keys are very responsive to a slight touch. I also like the cupped keys with the bumps on the F and J to help me locate where my fingers should be.