Thursday, March 25, 2010

Microsoft Arc keyboard review


  • wireless keyboard
  • powered by a pair of AAA batteries
  • measures 12.2" W x 6.06" deep
  • has a battery life indicator
  • uses a small 2.4GHz Nano transceiver with wireless range of about 30-feet
  • work with all Windows OS' and works with Mac computers
  • the keys are large, well spaced and have great typing feel
  • cursor keys reduced to one four-in-one rocker key that activates the different arrow direction depending on which side you press it
  • super-slim, aluminium wireless keyboards
  • measuring about 310 x 155mm
  • each key literally springs back with each strike, setting your finger up for the next keystroke
  • It has a glossy black finish
  • a compact 310 x 155mm dimensions
  • The keys have ‘chiclet’ style with significant gaps between each other
  • styled in glossy jet black on the surface and Apple white on the base
  • in the base is the tiniest of USB dongles which is a 2.4GHz transceiver designed to give wireless connection from any PC or Mac

available in Use now for $59.95

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