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Microsoft Wireless Laser Optical Desktop 6000 V2 - Silver - £26.67 delivered @ Eclipse Computers

£26.67 @ Eclipse Computers
This Microsoft Laser Desktop 6000 includes fully wireless, ergonomically designed Comfort Curve Keyboard with an ultra-thin design and quiet touch keys. The laser mouse is features Unparalleled perfor… Read More
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This Microsoft Laser Desktop 6000 includes fully wireless, ergonomically designed Comfort Curve Keyboard with an ultra-thin design and quiet touch keys. The laser mouse is features Unparalleled performance due to Microsoft's High Definotion Laser Technology - more responsive, more precise and with smoother tracking. The mouse is designed to conform to your hand in its most relaxed position. Breakthrough ergonomic design, the tilted, elevated hand position is designed to reduce pressure on the carpal tunnel and wrist

This High Definition Laser mouse and Comfort Curve keyboard set is perfect for any state-of-the art desktop environment. With Microsoft High Definition Laser Technology, this mouse responds quicker and offers more control. The mouse Magnifier tool lets you enlarge and edit any section of the screen, and the Tilt Wheel enables you to scroll horizontally as well as vertically.

The keyboard with a zoom slider and my favorites keys makes accessing and viewing documents and images more convenient.
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#1
:thumbsup:Got this set about 4 months ago, about £29 then, great responsive board, nice feel, good keys. the mouse behaves well and feels comfortable to me.
#2
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#3
I have the set too - got it for £50 odd from pc world last year and still love it
#4
how good are the batteries? i have a hp keyboard and batteries have lasted me for 3years.
#5
I got this for free via the Microsoft Mobile Training program last year and while it's a good set, it's going to take a while to get used to. Mine had been collecting dust until last week when my Saitek Eclipse died on me... But it's difficult to get used to - some of the keys are larger than others (eg, T, Y, G, H, B, N keys) and because theres a curve, to me it just doesnt feel natural.

It's a fairly large keyboard too and the 'extra' buttons have had no use at all...

Sooner I can make up my mind to replace it with a Saitek Cyborg or Logitech G15, the better...
#6
woohoomoo
But it's difficult to get used to - some of the keys are larger than others (eg, T, Y, G, H, B, N keys) and because theres a curve, to me it just doesnt feel natural.


These are meant to be a comprimise between the full "Ergonomic keyboard" (e.g. http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouseandkeyboard/productdetails.aspx?pid=043) and the straight standard one. Rumours are that the ergonomics ones are better for your wrists regarding RSI. Personally I have never been able to get on with the full ergonomic ones (although maybe I have not tried hard enough) but I can live with these. I'd say give it a few weeks, see if you get used to it.
#7
For those interested, I had one not long ago.

As far as the keyboard goes as with most microsoft keyboards - it's great. Very nice feel to it :) The mouse, again, feels good but is very slugglish.

The one MAJOR downfall of this board is the **** poor wireless. It seems to be very flakey. Sometimes it works from a huge distance, othertimes the reciever has to be sitting ontop of it. This is also a pretty well known problem - if you hit google you'll see that I'm not the only one.

I'd suggest the wired alternative (if there is one)..

Infact, scan have a great MS natural 4k + mouse (wired) for around the same price 0 I'd highly recommend that instead.
#8
andel90
how good are the batteries? i have a hp keyboard and batteries have lasted me for 3years.

I use rechargable batteries, 2700 NiMh, still on the same ones i put in when i got the mouse, keyboard i have changed once, (just over 4 months old).
#9
Good price. Used to have the 6000 mouse from this set, its the best I've ever used to date, regret selling it.
#10
TeamMCS

I'd suggest the wired alternative (if there is one)..

Infact, scan have a great MS natural 4k + mouse (wired) for around the same price 0 I'd highly recommend that instead.


I'd always recommend a wired keyboard unless it is to be used were wires are impractical. I find it stupid to see these fully packaged desktop system sold with a cheap wireless keyboard and mouse that will give the user no end of grieviance. I have one wireless keyboard for the HTPC because I want to use it from the sofa without dragging wires from the TV. Even then however, I tend to drag the IR receiver a few feet in front of the TV for better reception. But for desktop use, I'll stick with wired.
#11
Did anyone have any experience with Eclipse Computers? I have found few really bad remarks regarding this company

Please read http://www.ciao.co.uk/eclipse_computers_com_Eclipse_Computers_Coventry__5262036

Any suggestions
:whistling: :whistling:
banned#12
andel90
how good are the batteries? i have a hp keyboard and batteries have lasted me for 3years.


I've been using this set for over 18 months I am very happy with it. Coincidentally I bought from Eclipse too - About £28 however I was able to collect it from their warehouse.

Batteries - The keyboard ones have lasted me longer, only changed them once (12 months) and the mouse about 4 months.

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