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Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600 (Black)
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- Brand Name: Microsoft
- Model Number: ANB-00001
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Color: Black
- Form Factor: Slim,Ergonomic
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Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600
This spill-resistant keyboard delivers all the features you need - and more - with Microsoft quality and value. Enjoy plug-and-play setup, Windows Vista® features, Microsoft® Xbox 360® compatibility, Quiet Touch keys with quick access to media controls and calculator.
Digital Media and Other Special Features
- Media Center - Four hot keys let you control the most-used media activities (play/pause, volume up, volume down, and mute).
- Quiet Touch Keys - Quiet, responsive, thin-profile keys.
- Calculator Hot Key - For one-touch access to the calculator.
- Spill-Resistant Design - Integrated water channels drain liquid away.
- Plug-and-Play - No software needed. Just connect the keyboard and mouse to your PC and go!
Great for Windows VistaWindows® Start Button - Simply press to launch your Start menu. If you have Windows Vista installed, search your PC or the Web right from there.
Great for GamingXbox 360 Compatibility - Perfect for texting and accessing playlists.
System Requirements- Windows Vista®, Windows® XP
- 60 MB
Top Customer Reviews
This new keyboard is just as compact and light as the original, it's a minimalist's dream. Key stroke is very quiet and requires very short stroke kind of like using a notepad keyboard. Plug & play operation is extremely trouble free, you'll need no instruction at all. Some of the photos I have seen showing PS2(old type connection) adaptor included but mine didn't include it, which wasn't an issue for me. There's a special key for "calc" but I didn't have a problem starting it in a couple of key strokes, so it's not a big advantage. Another feature is its "spill-resistant design". It's nothing more than a several slits under the keyboard. If you spill water, it may help drying quicker, for anything else, you'll have a hard time getting it clean, probably never completely like any other keyboard.
Over all, I like everything about this keyboard with no negative opinion. Only thing I don't know about it is its durability but from the way I feel, it seems well made and will last for a long time.
The photo showing on this page is misleading. It comes with keyboard only without a mouse.
I find the arrow keys on this keyboard to be the most annoying. Along with the left, right, and down keys being so rounded over they are difficult to use, the up arrow is rounded in the opposite direction. So when you try to use these keys, the rounded section actually dips below the top! The function keys are really small and hard to press too. Add to this the black motif, and you end up with a keyboard that is very difficult to use in low light conditions and almost impossible to use in games.
I replaced this with a Targus AKB04US, which costs a little more but is quite a bit better.
Also, despite the other reviews, this is a thin / slim keyboard! Keys are low profile and very easy to depress. It's even a little better than my Logitech Access 600 (although I do really like the redesigned home/page/delete keys on the Logitech better).
The keyboard itself is quite ergonomic, with the keys gently curving to enable faster typing. It's taking a little adjusting for me, as I'm used to the old fashioned keyboards that are flat, but I'm already noting a faster typing speed than before. The other nice feature, which I mentioned in the title, is that the keyboard is so quiet! My other keyboard clackety clacked, and the volume buttons were loud popping noises, but this keyboard and it's buttons are super quiet. This is what ninjas use when they have to Google their targets. Nice and stealthy.
As a final note, let me also say that the build quality is solid. This keyboard looks and acts like a keyboard that would cost significantly more than the $19 I paid for it. If you're looking for a balance between quality, features, and price, this is the keyboard to buy.
All in all, I love this keyboard, and I'm glad I finally gave in and bought one. I highly recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice keyboard with all the functions I need. Seems well made and works great.Published 2 days ago by Shane A
Good old reliable keyboard that hasn't changed in over 5 years. The keys don't have the greatest feel, but in this price range, the depth of press and shape is excellent. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Brandon
-Types quietly and accurately
-Has all the buttons you need
-Is dirt cheap
Mechanical keyboards are a meme. Read more
Not crazy about the tiny function and escape key. But it does the job, and feels solid.Published 26 days ago by Lunix
Just didn't realize the keys would be smaller; it's not what I expectedPublished 28 days ago by Kenneth
It's difficult to screw up a basic wired keyboard, right? Not if you are Microsoft, apparently. My function keys do not work correctly, which in AutoCAD is a massive headache. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike Whitfield