Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 3000
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Great keyboard for the price! Nice features, sturdy, comfortable to use!
25 October 2013
Summary: Comfortable palm rest and flip open feet to change the angle make this keyboard very user friendly. Additional hotkeys for commonly used functions and programmable shortcut keys, are a convenient feature. I chose this model because of the simple rectangular shape which fits in easier on my crowded desk. It also claims to be spill resistant, but I have yet to test that. Built well, sturdy design, and over all great keyboard for the price.
Summary: I actually thought that I would order this and it would work for me. I read the reviews beforehand, but I figured it would work for me. I generally like Microsoft products. I figured others were using the device wrong or something. When I took it out of the packaging, it seemed nice. The size is great. The layout of the buttons is great. I was excited. It had every feature that I needed. Plus, the description says it works "up to 50 feet." Here's the deal.
Pros: - Keys are very comfortable to type on, there is just enough resistance for a comfortable typing experience. - Very sleek appearance, nice touch with the matte/glossy. - Rubber "feet" keep keyboard from sliding around.
Cons: - Rubber grips are not on the "lifters". - Glossy bezel attracts fingerprints. - Only 1 dedicated media key (play/pause). - No space between number pad, arrow keys, and keyboard. Feels cramped.
Summary: This is a really handy gadget for anyone who has to give presentations either in .pps or video. Simple to use and easy to carry. The Presenter from Microsoft has just the right number of features in a small, easy to handle unit that works exceptionally well. This is much better than anything I found in any of the local stores and smaller too.
You must first synchronize the USB and the Presenter
8 March 2010
Summary: I am a college instructor and I use Powerpoint in just about all my classes. For almost three years, this device left me with nothing but frustration. While the laser pointer is reliable, the slide changer hardly ever works. Replacing the batteries didn't help. I finally gave up on it about an hour ago, concluding it is one more flawed gadget tossed to us unwary consumers.
Summary: I am a preacher who uses powerpoint with lessons projected onto a large screen. This presenter is perfect. I hold it in my hand, never have to point it at the screen, simply click the button and move on to the next point without a pause in my presentation.