Excerpt: My MacBook Pro is sitting on an arc stand next to my 23.5" monitor and I was using a much older version of a wireless Microsoft Keyboard. It's so old that they lettering on the keys were worn off and I replaced with "stickie" key labels that had also worn almost completely.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible
Cons: As I Said Pretty Noisy, Noisy, Wrist Rest Could Be Wider
Microsoft Wireless Comfort Keyboard and Mouse Set #5000
25 July 2014
Excerpt: I purchased this set when my old keyboard began to wear out and I was hoping for something very comfortable to use since I do a lot of typing. This was a fairly decent price, but I am not too sure the quality matched up to it. …
Excerpt: I bought this to help alleviate some of the wrist soreness and tension from typing and photo editing, so this has been a big help. I do kind of wish it had the same width as, say, the Comfort 3000 model, but that's really the only downside.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Quiet
Excerpt: I have used a variety of wired and wireless keyboards but I really like the Microsoft 5000 wireless keyboard - great appearance, great touch to the fingers and great tactile feel. For the price, this is the best deal around even at twice the price.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Great Keyboard, Rock Solid In Use, Very Competitive Price
Excerpt: I needed a periphial upgrade for my pc - and decided to go wireless. After reviewing some keyboard and mouse sets at B&H (in-house), I did my homework and came up with the Desktop 5000 by Microsoft. It was easy to set-up and is very quiet too.