IMG Reviews Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 2.0
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Wireless is everywhere these days. Wireless internet access, wireless cell phones that connect to our computers, even wireless controllers. So it seems only natural for wireless mice and keyboards to be the next wireless innovation. How does Microsoft's Wireless Optical Desktop 2.0 stack up against other mice and keyboards?
Here is an excerpt from the review:
The keyboard itself is rather slick looking, with semi-translucent black keys and white lettering on most of the keys, and grey with white text for the function keys. The lower portion of the keyboard is black, while the upper portion containing the special function keys is silvery-gray. The text describing each special function key for some reason was made a shade of silvery-gray as well, making it unreadable depending on the angle of light on it. This shouldn’t be an issue as each of these keys has a self-descriptive icon on it. Overall the keyboard has a very sleek look, and all the standard keys are placed where they should be, thus there should be no trouble switching to this keyboard from any other standard keyboard.Read on to find out more about the Wireless Optical Desktop 2.0 from Microsoft.
IMG Review: Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 2.0
Wireless Optical Desktop 2.0
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