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Microsoft wireless laser deskptop with the 6000 keyboard & 5000 mouse £32.77!!! (if you qualify for free delivery like many of the people on here or wish to collect it (from Bolton))

I treated myself to one of these last week as been after a laser wireless desktop for ages. This is the cheapest one I could find at this quality from either Microsoft or Logitech.
Very happy with both the keyboard and mouse so far and look stylish too.
Plus required very little in the way of installation (the keyboard wireless frequency needed re-scanning once) and that was it!

From scan's website: "The sleek, ultra-thin Comfort Curve keyboard of the Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 encourages natural hand and wrist positioning for unprecedented comfort and productivity. The included high-definition laser mouse adds greater performance, precision, and accuracy."
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Battery Status Indicator
You'll know when power is low when the batter status indicator senses battery life is running out.

4-Way Scrolling
Scroll four ways for greater efficiency and comfort with Tilt Wheel Technology.

Customizable Hot Keys
Perform common tasks, like opening documents and replying to e-mail, with the touch of a button.

High Definition Laser Technology
Microsoft® High Definition Laser Mouse products are more precise, more responsive, and deliver smoother tracking.

Instant Viewer
Too many open items on your desktop? Click the scroll wheel button to instantly display your open windows, then point and click to select.

Longer Battery Life (6+ months)
Work with less interruption with longer battery life.

Point and click to enlarge and edit detail using the Magnifier*.

Ultra-thin Comfort Curve Design
Place your hands naturally and work comfortably using the distinctive and ergonomist-approved Comfort Curve design with quiet touch keys.

Windows® Live Call Button
Just press this button to access your Windows Live Messenger buddy list; then select an Online Contact and start a video conversation.

Get a closer look—zoom in quickly and accurately with the intuitive Zoom feature.

Windows Gadgets Button
One-touch access to gadgets such as weather information, news updates, traffic maps and slide shows of online photo albums.

Windows® Start Button
Press to launch your Start menu and search your PC or the Web if you have Windows Vista installed.

Reversed Slope Palm Lift
Removable palm lift for a more natural wrist position.

Detachable Palm Rest
Work in the position that's most comfortable for you with detachable palm rest and adjustable keyboard legs.

Cushioned Palm Rest
Type in greater comfort with this plush, integrated palm rest.

Media Center
With the touch of a button you can easily access your favorite music, video clips, and media programs.

Enhanced F-Key Functionality
Open documents, reply to e-mail, toggle between standard and enhanced F-key commands, and more—with the touch of a button.

“My Favorites” hot keys
Access the folders, files, and Web pages you use most with one-touch “My Favorites” Keys.
not bad. about a tenner cheaper than in store.
just to say, the mouse is a 6000 as well
not bad. about a tenner cheaper than in store.
just to say, the mouse is a 6000 as well

really?? it says its the 5000 model on the bottom of the mouse and on the website description.
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Cracking deal you ahve found there.
Is this the one with back lit keys?
Is this the one with back lit keys?

no I think that's the new/upcoming 8000 models that are well in excess of £100

see here
really?? it says its the 5000 model on the bottom of the mouse and on the website description.

Well, it says "Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000" on the bottom of my mouse - I got my one at PC world though but I think it's the same model.

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