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- Wireless keyboard and mouse combination
- Secured wireless connection & snap-in transceiver
- Easy-access hot keys
- 1000 dpi provides responsive cursor control
- Optimized power management
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Microsoft Wireless Desktop 800
Wireless Freedom at an Affordable Price
Experience the freedom and convenience of wireless technology with this affordable keyboard and mouse set. Control a media computer while sitting on your couch, or conveniently stow the keyboard and mouse away without hassling with wires. You can roam up to 30 feetaway with a strong signal. Or, you can take the mouse separately to use with a laptop while traveling-the tiny transceiver conveniently snaps into the bottom of the mouse when it's time to pack up and go. Setting up the keyboard and mouse is simple: just insert the batteries, plug in the tiny transceiver, and start typing!
Secure Wireless Connection - Enjoy the 2.4-gigahertz (GHz) wireless technology, which delivers a reliable connection with up to a 30 footrange, with virtually no interference.
Easy Access hot keys - Quickly access frequently used tools, like the zoom and audio controls by using shortcut keys.Quickly access frequently used tools, like the calculator and audio controls by using shortcut keys.
Microsoft Optical Technology - Benefit from responsive cursor control that takes advantage of 1,000-dots-per-inch (DPI) tracking.
Snap-in Transceiver - Plug the wireless receiver into your computer's USB port when you're ready to work. Then snap it into the bottom of your mouse when you travel, and the mouse will automatically turn off.
Battery Life Indicator - Avoid getting caught with a dead battery. The battery status indicator glows red when the battery is running low.
- Designed for Comfort - Experience comfortable use in your right or left hand.
- Scroll Wheel - Move through documents and webpages quickly.
- Power Switch - Turn off your mouse to extend battery life.
- Longer Battery Life - Experience fewer interruptions with up to eight months of battery life.
- Windows Start Button - Simply press the Windows start button to launch the start menu.
- Longer Battery Life - Experience fewer interruptions with up to 15 months of battery life.
- Computer/Operating System
Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP
2 AAA and 2 AA batteries (included)
Top Customer Reviews
I was mainly looking for wire free hardware with a thin keyboard and shallow form since desktop space was limited. This provided both.
On opening the box I notice that it does not have an installation CD. The installation process on the one page setup manual is basically a three step process, insert batteries in keyboard and mouse, plug receiver into usb port and turn on the power switch on the mouse. (keyboard doesn't have a power switch)
The receiver is a nano receiver so its tiny and inobtrusive, the 1000 model has a mouse size receiver with a usb courd on the end.
The battery life is 15 months for the Keyboard and 8 months for the mouse which is a lot better than the more expensive 1000 model.
Range is listed at 15 feet with no degradation within that distance.
The mouse is only a three button mouse, its a little on the light side, but the (2)AA's inside helps alot. It does have an on/off switch which is great to make the batteries last even longer. The Keyboard does not have an on/off switch.
Neither the Keyboard nor mouse has a "connect" button, they are both ready to go as soon as the batteries are in and nano is inserted. Keyboard uses (2) "AAA" and the mouse uses (2) "AA". The Keyboard is black on the top side and white on the bottom, but its hard to tell unlees you're looking at it at a low angle ... or flip it over of course.
The set works great without drivers on XP it should be the same or better with Windows 7.Read more ›
Keyboard details: The keyboard supports at least 4 simultaneous keypresses at once, and usually more, depending which keys you press. 4 keys is plenty - I have no issues in 'WADS-style' FPS's. In my keypress test, it often bested my old school PS/2 keyboard!
This keyboard has what I'll call a 'compressed standard' layout. This means the space between the key 'banks' has been removed - all the usually separated key groups are smashed together. I thought this would suck, but it turns out to work OK. All the punctuation keys are in the right place both in the main bank and the 'side banks', and at least within each bank the keys are properly spaced relative to each other. The layout and relative placement being 'standard' is a big plus for gaming, and the 'interior space removal' is not a big deal. The compressed layout is a good thing for a cramped working area or a lapdesk, but why didn't they trim more size around the outer edge? A wasted opportunity to give it an even smaller footprint.Read more ›
However, one warning. We had our receiver plugged into the USB port and one of the times we pulled it out the plug part stayed in the USB port and the circuit board and part you grab onto just pulled right out of it. I called Microsoft to get a replacement part and was promptly told that the warranty does not cover the receiver and if I want to replace it I will have to purchase a new set, regardless of the fact that my item is still well under warranty.
So in short, it works fine but if it breaks Microsoft's customer support is terrible. I would just find a Logitech of the same price instead. You will get similar quality but my experiences with Logitech support have been much better.
1. There is no CAPS LOCk or NUM button lights.
2. The low battery indicator light (I guess) will come on when due. Presently there is no green light to indicate battery is OK.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought two of these.
The first one broke within several months of having it, but I like the slim design, the fact that it uses one nano receiver for both the mouse and... Read more
This keyboard and mouse combo did not work for me. I bought it because I needed something smaller that would fit in my keyboard tray so that I could have more room on my desk. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Matt S.
I think my keyboard and mouse had a difficult journey to my house. The box was in good shape, but some of the keys were off the keyboard. Read morePublished 2 days ago by klsglj
Took longer to remove from box than to get it started. Flawless, and after 2 months of constant use, no battery change yet. Very pleased.Published 2 days ago by mark
My first one crapped out after about a year. While I expected to last far longer, I liked it enough to replace in kind. The keys are quiet and the mouse is responsive.Published 2 days ago by Mike C