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7.2 out of 10

Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop Elite

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Overall 6

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. I have had problems using this with more modern computers that I purchased since chiefly because Bluetooth specifications on these are more advanced for handling a wide range of applications such as synching information with mobile phones...
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Overall 6

Pity about the shortcomings of Bluetooth

P. Elsworth "Pete E", Amazon
15 February 2012
  • Summary: I needed some extra desk space and this looked like the perfect solution. This is an very good keyboard, especially in such a compact size. It is excellent quality (although the number keypad does not sit flat) and positive and quiet whilst typing. However, I really struggled with the delay when starting to type, and the fact that sometimes it did not seem to wake up at all if left for any period of time.
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Overall 6

doesn't deliver

Karo Son, Amazon
21 May 2011
  • Summary: This keyboard is nice-looking, ergonomic and space saving; however, it does seem to go through a set of batteries every week; as a result, it keeps losing connection - and, being blue-tooth it won't activate till the system has fully booted leaving you with the problem of never being able to access the BIOS. You will need a spare regular wired keyboard to enter BIOS.
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