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The Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 offers a much wider typing surface than a laptop's, but still manages to conserve valuable space with a detached keypad as well as extreme thinness. The advantage of it being Bluetooth removes the need for a wireless receiver or a USB cable chained to your laptop, another useful thing when on the road.
Great starter keyboard.
Comes with separate numeric keypad.
Portable number pad.
Thin profile; lightweight.
Setup can be a bit intimidating.
No Eject key.
No light for the Caps Lock key.
Command key has a Windows logo on it.
Doesn't immediately reconnect when waking from sleep.
Doesn't support some functionality found on Apple keyboards.
Can't customize keys.
No Bluetooth dongle.
By PCWorld New Zealand on April 19, 2011
Microsoft’s latest mobile desktop offers a Bluetooth-connected keyboard, with the useful addition of a separate, self-contained number pad.This package doesn’t include a Bluetooth transceiver for your PC – you’ll need a Bluetooth...
By Craving Tech on February 09, 2011
There are times where you’d prefer a Bluetooth keyboard over the Wireless one (through 2.4 GHz). A Bluetooth device does not require an extra dongle to plug into and it also supports a larger variety of devices. Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile 6000 is...
By PC Mag on October 29, 2010
The Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 is a great starter keyboard for those that want added comfort in their typing experience. Buy it...
By V3.co.uk on October 26, 2010
If you can get it at the discount price this is a great mobile keyboard Good points Small and light; well made; reasonably priced Bad points Keys a bit shallow...
By Hardware-Pacers on May 02, 2010
The Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard is a nor frills to the point slim keyboard with side numeric keypad. The keyboard can be used with or without the numeric keypad. Easily connected to any PC or laptop that has Bluetooth already enabled, the...
By Computer Shopper on April 01, 2010
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By GadgetSpeak on March 25, 2010
As somebody who spends a great deal of time typing, my choice of keyboard does need to combine functionality and, more importantly, ease-of-use....
By Mac|Life on February 03, 2010
Microsoft ought to make a Mac-specific version of this keyboard, but even as is, it's a winner for its comfort design, good looks, and portability.Bluetooth mobile Keyboard...
By FutureLooks on December 09, 2009
Clearly designed with the road warrior in mind, the Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 has all sorts of redeeming qualities. The keyboard itself measures just 13.9-inches across and the super slim profile will make it an easy fit into your...
By Macworld on November 27, 2009
The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000’s thinness and light weight make it ideal for travel, but it’s a basic keyboard that will require you adjust to its design and layout. The keypad is helpful for anyone who frequently works with numerical...
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