Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 5000
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It is comfortable.
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I spend a lot of time entering data and my keyboard and mouse are important. I find the touch and layout on the keyboard nice. The only negatives on the keyboard is no way to know if CAP Lock, NUM Lock functions are on. It makes a difference when I have to enter case sensitive passwords on a daily basis. I have to check in another screen before I log in. If there was some sort of indicator, that would save time.
Excerpt: The keyboard is wonderful and has decreased my typing errors. It is also very comfortable. My only complaint is that the wireless mouse included has a very slippery top surface on it that makes it difficult to keep your finger on the left click position.
Excerpt: I love my new wireless keyboard and mouse. It allows me to type at a distance from my computer. I would have given it a 5 star rating, but the mouse is bulky. I like a smaller mouse. I am still very pleased with the combination and would gladly recommend it to anyone. I like the wrist rest at the bottom of the keyboard. I have carpal tunnel and arthritis in both hands and this helps eleviate some of the stress while typing.
Excerpt: I had a Microsoft ergonomic keyboard. It took a while to get used to it, but ended up loving it. This new keyboard was easy to get used to and it is ergonomically correct. I love not having the keyboard wire in the middle of my desktop getting in the way. The one drawback that I find is that it doesn't have a light that lights up to let you know that you have the caps lock on. Many times I have been typing in a password and it failed.