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A fresh, new style for Microsoft hardware.
Lots of features.
Mouse uses Microsoft's new BlueTrack technology.
Compact sized, 2.4ghz USB receiver.
Fairly good price point for a set like this.
Loaded with features.
Mouse works on almost any surface.
Mouse has a ambidextrous design.
Comfortable to use for extended periods of time.
Spill resistant keys.
Integrated wrist rest.
Wireless with 10+foot range.
Compatible with Win/Mac/Linux.
Excellent battery life.
Keyboard wrist rest felt like it was pulling my hands away because of it's slope.
The placement of the sensor caused it to still move my cursor.
Mouse buttons require too much fingertip pressure.
Glossy black plastic shows smudges and scratches easily.
Doesn't come with rechargeable batteries.
F Lock, No lock key status lights on keyboard itself.
Prone to interference from wireless networks.
Installation of the IntelliType software required to program and use all keys.
By TopTenREVIEWS on February 27, 2012
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By Expert Reviews on February 01, 2010
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By ComputerPowerUser on October 15, 2009
Though I’d slightly revise the mouse’s contour and add some incline to the keyboard, there’s tremendous value in this set, even without BlueTrack. If you appreciate scads of divergent options at your fingertips, you’ll appreciate the Wireless Desktop...
By Stuff NZ on October 03, 2009
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By DreamWare Computers on September 15, 2009
I'm glad to see Microsoft giving a fresh and stylish new look to their latest line of desktop perhipherals. The sleek lines and contrasting colours of both the mouse and keyboard in this set is guarenteed to catch eyes on any desk. However, I was...
By FutureLooks on August 31, 2009
As mentioned at the beginning of this review, the MSRP on the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3000 is $69.95, but I’ve been able to find it for half that price through online retailers. For that price, you’d expect to get a rather barebones...
By Trusted Reviews on July 30, 2009
Predictably, after bringing to market optical and laser incarnations of its Wireless Desktop 3000 keyboard and mouse sets, Microsoft has updated the line to include its new BlueTrack sensor technology. Join us as we find out if this cordless...
By PC Pro on July 01, 2009
This wireless keyboard and mouse set isn't without its faults, but it's amazing how many features - and how much hardware - you get for your money...
By Digital Trends on June 24, 2009
Microsoft had to cut corners somewhere to hit this attractive price...
By Maximum CPU on June 24, 2009
Microsoft’s Wireless Desktop 3000 is a decent keyboard and mouse combo. The keyboard features many programmable keys and while the mouse is smaller than I would prefer, it is still comfortable to use for extended periods of time. However, the...
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