Microsoft Desktop 800 RF Wireless Keyboard (Wireless RF Black, Mouse Included)

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Microsoft Desktop 800 RF Wireless Keyboard (Wireless RF Black, Mouse Included)

Microsoft Desktop 800 RF Wireless Keyboard (Wireless RF Black, Mouse Included)

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I bought two of these and there are already two Polaroid wireless keyboards and one Logitech wireless keyboard in the house - no interference between any of them when several are being used simultaneously.

From the start I realised that I could not type as fast as with a wired keyboard, and had to be very deliberate with key presses. I bought this combo to replace a wired PS/2 keyboard/mouse (the mouse wasn't even optical, so an additional annoyance was that the ball needed cleaning all the time). New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . A personal story related to turning on a wireless keyboard: Few years ago, I was hard at work on a project when my computer froze.

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Note: With USB devices, when you switch on the Computer, there is a slight delay before the USB sockets are fully active. That said, the keyboard is neat and otherwise pleasant to use, but I knocked off one star for the colour, spacing, and readability.

The receiver that plugs in to your USB port is a tiny micro-receiver, which barely stands proud of the USB port. In conclusion, the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 800 is a simple yet reliable wireless keyboard that follows the standard QWERTY keyboard layout and operates on a 2. Setting up the keyboard and mouse is simple: just insert the batteries, plug in the tiny transceiver and start typing! Keep it plugged into your computer’s USB port, or tuck it into the underside of the mouse for travel. In most cases I find this to be preferable over hitting the wrong one and being forced to bellow a lungful of expletives as I watch previously saved work get loaded over the top of something I just spent an hour on!

If you have selected recycling, please ensure your existing appliance is disconnected (and defrosted where relevant) before our team arrive.The better your problem and question is described, the easier it is for other Microsoft owners to provide you with a good answer. My first wireless deskset attached to my desktop PC needs a receiver stuck to the wall, is cabled to a USB port in the tower, and needs drivers.

Unfortunately, as I bought this as an external set to a laptop for streaming content to my TV, there is no map to the FN key (Scroll Lock + F8 doesn't work, as the laptop isn't PS/2 supported), so not all the laptop keys and functions can be replicated on the MS set. For my purposes their low profile makes them harder to hit by mistake and forces you to actually look at the button you want to press. I've had the box open for all of five minutes and am already comfortably writing this review with the new keyboard.

You literally put the batteries in the keyboard and mouse, plug the receiver into your computer, and the whole lot just works from the start. gigahertz (GHz) wireless technology, which delivers a reliable connection with up to a 9-metre/30-foot range, with virtually no interference. Confirm by looking at the pictures in the article linked under "Method 2" in Smittychat's post: http://support.

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