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  • Flip 3D Experience this dynamic Windows Vista feature by pressing a key or the mouse scroll wheel to display a 3D overlay of all open windows, and cycle through them.
  • Translucent Border and Polished Racetrack Detail Brings the subtle elegance of Windows Aero to your desktop.
  • Comfort Curve with Ultra-Thin Quiet Touch Keys Your hands sit more naturally on the quiet, responsive keys for comfort and productivity.
  • "My Favorites" Keys Customize these 5 touch-sensitive keys to instantly bring up the folders, fi les, and Web pages you use most.
  • Mobile Laser Mouse - with Magnifier, 4-Way Scrolling, Extended Battery Life, and 2.4 GHz Wireless
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Microsoft
  • Model: XSA-00001
  • Color Name: Black
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • Weight: 3.5 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 20 x 3.3 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001B8EOMU
  • Item model number: XSA-00001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 9, 2008

Product Description

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Overview:

The Microsoft® Wireless Desktop 6000 V3, inspired by Windows® Aero®, features a sleek, Comfort Curve keyboard with a next-generation translucent design, quiet touch keys, media controls, and instant access to Windows Flip 3D. The ergonomic mouse combines wireless freedom and the precision of High Definition Laser Technology with the portability of a snap-in mini-transceiver.

Features:

     
Flip 3D Key
Press this key to display a 3D overlay of all open windows and cycle through them.
  Translucent Border and Polished Racetrack
Brings the subtle elegance of Windows Aero to your desktop.
  Comfort Curve with Ultra-Thin Quiet Touch Keys
Your hands sit more naturally on the quiet, responsive, thin-profile keys for comfort and productivity.
 
           
     
Magnifier
Enlarge screen detail.
  Two-Way Scroll Wheel
For faster on-screen navigation.
  2.4 GHz Wireless
The 2.4 GHz wireless mini-transceiver connects the keyboard and mouse right out of the box with virtually no interference, and provides up to a 30-foot wireless range.
 

Additional Features:
  • "My Favorites" Keys: Customize these 5 keys to instantly bring up the photos, folders, files, and Web pages you use most. Simply push and hold to set.
  • Battery Status Indicator: Tells you when your battery is running low.
  • Extended Battery Life: Many users average more than six months of battery life. Battery status indicator shows when the battery is running low.
  • Microsoft® High Definition Laser Technology: More responsive, more precise, smoother tracking.
   

System Requirements:
  • Windows Vista® or Windows® XP
    • 100 MB hard drive space
  • or Mac OS X v10.2x–10.5x
    • 30 MB hard drive space
  • Windows-compatible speakers or headphones
  • USB
  • CD-ROM drive
  • 4 AA alkaline batteries (included)
   

Product Description

Desktop Comfort and Style with Portable Mouse Convenience

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Sometimes when typing nothing will register for a second.
T. A Battaglia
The keyboard itself is very responsive and when you press the keys it feels effortless instead of feeling numb and unresponsive like so many keyboards.
Seanna
These issues has caused me to give up on Microsoft hardware products.
NY

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By MyBeesWax TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 26, 2008
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This is my third wireless keyboard/mouse combo (I have one from Dell and one from Logitech as well). I have highlighted some things that I particularly liked about it along with some of its drawbacks.

[Update: I've downgraded my rating to 3 stars because the keyboard amd mouse started having connectivity problems.]

Pros
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- Decent Wireless Range
The effective wireless range for both the keyboard and mouse is about 15 ft. Beyond that, the response from the keyboard and mouse becomes sporadic. Still, it's a decent range and will suit the needs of most people.

- Ergonomic Mouse
I love how the shape of the mouse allows me to "hug" it with my entire hand, and it fits very snugly and comfortably. Its ergonomic shape, coupled with the support I get from my wrist rest, really helps to alleviate strain on my wrist. As far as ergonomics is concerned, I'm surprised that I actually find myself liking it a fair bit more than my Logitech MX Revolution.

- Ergonomic Keyboard
The slight curvature of the rows of keys for the QWERTY part of the keyboard helps to accommodate the natural position of your wrist. This is my first Microsoft "Natural" keyboard and I must say it has completely dispelled my skepticism of Microsoft's so-called "Natural" keyboard design. I find that it does work as claimed in helping to properly align your wrist so you can work more comfortably.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jay VINE VOICE on November 26, 2008
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I'm a software engineer so I use a keyboard and mouse all day and I probably use keys that the typical user doesn't. I'd have to say over all that I don't intend to replace my current keyboard and mouse with this setup. I can tolerate the ergonomics of the keyboard and I like that it's quiet; however the space bar make an annoying click that the other keys don't. I absolutely hate what they did to the function keys and the escape key. Instead of being normal keys, they've turned them into small soft like buttons as if they are not important. If you develop software then you probably use the function keys all the time in Visual Studio or the debugger or IDE you use. Trying to find the function keys without looking at the keyboard is impossible. I also don't like the plastic frame that goes around the entire keyboard, it looks like I forgot to take the keyboard out of it's plastic shipping container or something. I'm using it for writing this review and I'm constantly getting double keys inserted, which I'm certain is due to the keyboard. If you don't tilt the keyboard up using the included "peg" feet then the back of the keyboard tilts up when you put you palms on the palm rest. I will say that the palm rest is a nice rubberize plastic material.

Now lets move to the mouse. While the keyboard is silent, the mouse is ridiculously loud when you click the right or left button. People in the cubicles around you will know about every click you do. Yet the mouse wheel has no click or any sort of tactical feedback (I hate a free spinning mouse wheel). The shape is okay, but it's unacceptable for gaming and I prefer the normal mouse shape to this right-hand only contraption.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Seanna on November 26, 2008
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I have been using the wireless Microsoft 3000 series keyboard and 5000 series mouse for a long while so I am very familiar with this product range.

The first improvement I noticed with the 6000 series is that you no longer have the big transceiver which will sometimes move and make it so you end up losing your wireless signal. Microsoft has now integrated the transceiver into a device which is the size of a thumb drive and plugs directly into your USB socket. The result of this (along with the better wireless technology) is hardly any signal loss so you always feel confident that things will happen instantaneously when you press a key or move the mouse.

To install the keyboard and mouse you plug in the transceiver, press the silver button and then the white signal buttons on the bottom of the mouse and keyboard and it will auto detect them. You can also install everything using the software included.

The 6000 keyboard is very sleek in design; it is about an inch thick at most and very lightweight. The main keyboard area is similar to the 3000 but there are a lot more `quick keys' around the outer area. Some of the new ones are `magnify' which lets you enlarge screen detail, `my favorites' which is a way to make your own set of personal keys and `flip 3D' which displays a 3D overlay of all open windows and lets you cycle through them. Another cool addition is the battery status indicator so you know when your batteries are running low. The keyboard itself is very responsive and when you press the keys it feels effortless instead of feeling numb and unresponsive like so many keyboards. The built in ergonomic wrist rest helps it feel a lot more comfortable.
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