Excerpt: The Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop for Bluetooth toes the line as a simple, no-nonsense wireless suite. Although it's not as flashy as the Desktop MX and no visual match for the diNovo , this desk-topper can get the job done.
Microsoft Optical Desktop with Fingerprint Reader Review
12 October 2004
Conclusion: Still, as long as you're spending the $20 or $30 premium over a keyboard-and-mouse combo without a fingerprint reader, you can enjoy comfortable typing and smooth scrolling. The keyboard couples the by-now-familiar multimedia controls -- audio volume and mute; play/pause, stop, and next/previous...
Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop for Bluetooth Review
15 October 2002
Conclusion: Right now, we like the Wireless Optical Desktop for Bluetooth not so much for its performance or features (although its extra-long wireless range is easy to admire) as for its glamorous design -- from its dipped-in-twilight tones to the glowing desktop transceiver, it's the classiest, most...
Pros: Knockout good looks, ultra-comfortable operation, handy multimedia controls, Bluetooth technology gives across-the-room range, encourages hopes for cordless printing and PDA/phone synchronization soon
Cons: If you have to ask, you can't afford it, Only for Windows XP, not 98, Me, or 2000; mouse buttons not as customizable as those of other Microsoft mice
Conclusion: With the Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop for Bluetooth, Microsoft debuts this cutting-edge technology in its hardware products with a blast. The keyboard is perfect for those who like a ton of customizable hotkeys and/or use multimedia functions extensively.
Pros: Really Good Design, Cutting Edge Technology, Nice Colors
Cons: Doesn't work on Windows 2000 or earlier, Palm Rest
Conclusion: This product is perfect for those who want a "techish" style in their lives all while having the latest and cutting-edge technology features. This color scheme probably appeases most people and meshes well with the silver/black LCD monitors.
Conclusion: Cet ensemble clavier et souris assez standard intègre un lecteur d’empreintes digitales qui permet de conserver à portée du doigt tous les identifiants et mots de passe nécessaires pour se connecter à un site web. Mais il ne supporte qu’Internet Explorer.