Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 5000
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What Language is this
24 February 2015
Excerpt: I live 90 minutes away from the store, wehn I got home and set it up I realized the keys were layed out wierd. Upon looking it over, I found that it was not an English keyboard. The box showed a standard English keyboard but the keyboard itself was quite diffferent.
Excerpt: The keyboard is awkward and cheap. Would not buy it again. And the mouse is big and bulky and the right click button is hard to push. I would not call either the keyboard or the mouse ergonomic.
Excerpt: I have bought several wireless keyboard/mouse combos since they were made and this is the worst. The mouse to USB distance is very short. There is a direct line of sight with no impediment to disrupt the connection but the mouse is awful! It jumps all over the place and is almost uncontrollable.
Excerpt: I bought this online without looking at it. Mistake one.This is no bigger than the tiny one you get with a boxed setup. I had been using a Microsoft wireless keyboard. I don't see it anywhere at Staples website. Too bad. It was roomy and nice.It isn't really that curved.
Excerpt: I bought two of these keyboards and put them through heavy gaming use. I never had issues with the keyboard while they functioned. However, like clockwork they will stop working after a year and 2 months.The first one I got two years 2 months ago last year.
Excerpt: This keyboard is much more cramped than it's big brother the "MS Natural Keyboard". I use the natural for business, and bought this model while traveling (can't use laptop keyboard, way too small & causes wrist pain & tingling in fingers).The MS natural works great for an 8+ hour workday.
Pros: Small Footprint
Cons: Causes Wristhand Pain, Too Cramped For 8hr Day