Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 3000
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Like it a lot
Jason D., Newegg
6 February 2009
Summary: Good price for a great desktop keyboard and mouse combo.
Pros: Keyboard fits my large hands very well. Great shape. Keystroke tactility is probably the best I've experienced. Mouse tracks very well. Excellent battery life (going on 4 months with the included cheapo batteries). Range is good
Cons: My only complaint is the mouse is slightly odd for my large hand which makes my thumb inadvertantly click the "back" button. If you have average sized hands then this probably won't be a problem anyhow. I'm not a huge fan of the back buttons anyway, so I just disabled it in most programs. Problem...
Excerpt: We have had this keyboard and mouse combination now for about nine months and while at first it took a little bit of getting used to now I would find it hard getting used to any other keyboard as this one is so comfortable to use.
Excerpt: specs Wireless Technology RF Connector USB Type A Connector Wireless Connector Type USB Requires 4aa batteries 2 for mouse,2 for keyboard The Comfort Curve keyboard pleases your fingers with quiet, thin-profile keys, and the High Definition Laser mouse makes work and play seamless with advanced...