Excerpt: When it comes to computers and technology, I am the opposite of an early adopter. I'm more of a late bloomer. It's not that I'm resistant to all of the wonderful things that technology can accomplish; rather, I'm resistant to being a guinea pig who is stuck with all the glitches. For example, I tried upgrading to Windows Vista only to have to downgrade back to XP because it was so buggy.
Excerpt: I got this package simply because I work in an environment where I tend to have a lot of sensitive stuff on my computer. And for me the idea of a fingerprint seemed a lot easier than changing and remembering new passwords every few weeks. The keyboard works great. I have no complaints. My only problem with this combo is that the mouse tends to go through batteries quite often, but that may be a defect in my mouse. Definitely a good buy.
Say goodbye to those lists of passwords and hello to the Red Eye
4 May 2007
Excerpt: Bottom-Line : The Microsoft * Optical Desktop with Finger Print Reader * is probably one of the most useful pieces of computer equipment I have purchased in quite some time. At a basic level the keyboard in the Optical Desktop with Fingerprint Reader combination is a Microsoft * Multimedia Keyboard * with a fingerprint reader added to the left hand side. The keyboard is an attractive black and silver (USB) unit with white on black keys for easy reading.
Excerpt: Microsoft is a big name… not like a big name in music or fashion; we are talking about the computer-producing masters of the world. With a name like Microsoft , there a lot to be upheld, and hence a lot to be lost as well. We might think that Microsoft deserves praises for its greater accomplishments that are far reaching into the technological advancements of mankind.