Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop Elite
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Works great, but I prefer cordless....
12 February 2015
Excerpt: This mouse works perfectly, but I just prefer a cordless one. I have enough items on my desk as it is, and it tends to get caught up on things. As far as usability, it does what it's intended to do.
Summary: I had hard time fnding a keyboard with no number pad. I wanted one because with an attached number pad, my mouse was too far to the right. Now the mouse is where it should be and I'm more confortable. I don't use the number pad often, so I don't mind having it "somewhere else.
Summary: I was never happy with keyboards that come with a number pad as one piece as then the mouse is too far. If you don't use the number pad as often as the rest of keyboard then a separated one would come very handy. It will make keyboard and mouse finally form an ergonomic union.
Summary: Got this keyboard today, together with a Belkin 4.0 Bluetooth adaptor, which I've set on a 3.0 USB slot on my desktop. Unlike some comments from other users, I do not experience any delay when typing, so I suppose the quality of the receiver is very important.
Summary: I found this keyboard to be very handy when travelling, it's very responsive, small, lightweight and it's shape makes typing for long periods of time comfortable on the hands. The only thing that stops me from giving this keyboard 5 stars is that it only comes with a case for the numberpad and not...
Summary: I think this is a well-designed, ergonimic keyboard that is just the right size for a wireless device - not too big, but not as cramped as say, the Apple wireless keyboard. It would have gotten 4 stars, HOWEVER, the Bluetooth connection on it was awful.
Slim & Lightweight but be wary of the variable specifications of Bluetooth
E. McKnight, Amazon
23 December 2012
Summary: I bought this a couple of years ago and worked very well with an older computer I was using at the time, the split design is perfect for use with a graphics tablet, where a conventional keyboard is just too bulky and gets in the way.
Summary: I've got arthritic wrists, so laptop keyboards are a frustrating pain in the joints. This thing is nicely portable, lasts a good while (months for me) on its batteries and seems very durable. 3 years ...