Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 5000
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Not Ergonomic enough.
Business Professional, Staples
8 January 2015
Excerpt: I like a more ergonomic keyboard. This was not. Had intended to use for my laptop. I purchased the Logitech Wireless K350 instead. Returned the Microsoft to Staples which was easily done.I did not even plug it in just tested typing and just did not work for me.Prior to purchasing online I went to...
Excerpt: This combo was the right size, full featured and well reviewed. Love the size and the features, but the keyboard and mouse performance are both quite poor. The keyboard occasionally lags and often adds keystrokes I have verified that I do not hit, The mouse has an excellent feel and I wish I could...
Excerpt: Thought I loved this keyboard when I gave it a 5 Star rating. Now I see that there is no indicator on the keyboard or a "pop-up" in lower right of computer screen to indicate if CAPS are on. Went to a chat room and many complaints about this. I'm returning it.....
Excerpt: The good news is the keys were bright and easy to negotiate, which is why I'll give it 2 stars. However, what I found was F keys to small and the keyboard to be uncomfortable with the wave design.
Excerpt: Was surprised when I saw how small the keyboard is. I was so used to my old wave keyboard but I had worn the letters off some of the keys and had nearly eliminated the finger nubs (or whatever they are called). Because of the price I bought 2 as I have several computers in my office.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Quiet
Cons: Built Stand To Raise Up, Shift Key Sticks, So Thin
Excerpt: Wish I had checked several features. One is the lack of a light to signify caps lock and number lock. Constantly flipping back/forth, retyping, because you can't tell if it is locked until you type. Little awkward getting used to the different shape and feel, but with time I'm getting there.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Long Range, Quiet