Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 5000
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OK with a few flaws.
21 February 2015
Excerpt: I've been using this keyboard/mouse for a few days now and although they seem to work OK, there are a few annoyances I have noticed. With they keyboard, the escape button is very small and flat, making it hard to quickly find and press when needed.
Excerpt: What I like most is that it is wireless.The design is considered ergonomical and It took some time to adjust to the new shape but I have adjusted and it is OK. I like the traditional shape just as well though and had no problem with carpal tunnel syndrome.
Excerpt: Went to Staples to replace an older MS/Key/mouse combo and they didn't have the less expensive 3000 model in stock, it is only an online buy. How convenient they only stock the items not on sale in the store.
Excerpt: Keyboard is non responsive .Software gets a C+ as you have to let it flip to each piece.Took awhile to figure that out.I have tried to update drivers but no help.When I tried a system repair my system would boot recognizing two keyboards and one mouse.The repair failed .I contacted the motherboard...
Excerpt: The layout isn't bad. Too bad they can't do a wireless of the 'natural' keyboard instead of an almost morphed version. The tactile feel is quite lacking - especially compared to the Logitech, but Logitech had to go mess with the Home/Page Up/Page Down key layout so that threw them out the window.I...
Excerpt: I plugged the remote in the back of my computer and when I put the keypad in my lap it would lose connection. I did repug it into the front but where it sticks out so far I'm worried it will get hit by my boxer dog.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Highly Compatible, Quiet