Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000

  • Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000
80
Based on 20 scores, 27 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    11
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Nice looking.
  • Lots of customizable one-touch keyboard buttons.
  • Keyboard has comfortable wrist rest.

Cons:

  • Keyboard needs Caps Lock and F-Lock indicator.
  • Some aspects of the product donít feel Mac-like.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Macworld on 80

If you can get over some of its un-Mac-like characteristics, the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 is an attractive keyboard and mouse set for your Mac—provided that the devices fit you physically. It also offers lots of customizable buttons for quick,...

By Atomic MPC on 70

When Microsoft got into the peripheral business many years ago, a lot of people scoffed. We scoffed, for instance, but we’re happy to say we were wrong. The Redmond Giant has put out a lot of good hardware over the years, and some dogs of course,...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

Like many people who are quite happy keeping the inferior headphones bundled with their iPod, there are also a large amount who will never use a keyboard and mouse other than the ones that came with their PC. This is fine in some cases, as...

By The Lobe and Mail on -

The sexiest is the Microsoft 7000, which has taken its cue from Microsoft Vista and is called the Aero Edition; the always careful Microsoft designers embedded three keys in the smoked plastic frame, which don't move; all you need to do is to touch...

By Tech Loop on 83

the Microsoft 7000 is a very solid desktop set. The keyboard matches Windows Vista great and provides a ton of functionality key, but with a $129.99 MSRP price tag, there may be better...

By IT Reviews on -

This is a quality keyboard and mouse set, with a load of thoughtful touches included to increase your desktop productivity. The only real let-downs are the small left shift key and the lack of rechargeable batteries for the keyboard (although you can...

By Expert Reviews on 80

According to Microsoft, the greatest benefits of the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 are that it brings the beauty of Windows Aero to your desktop, and that it enables instant access to Windows 3D, neither of which is reason enough for a Mac user to...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Give your hands a rest. An ergonomic keyboard and a superb mouse, but rather pricey. The Wireless Desktop 7000 is the only ergonomically shaped keyboard on test. Microsoft calls this Comfort Curve, and says the placement and size of the keys are...

By Expert Reviews on 60

The Wireless Desktop 7000 is the second most expensive set here. Its heavy and feels very strong, with no flex in the base. Like Logitechs MX 5500, the Desktop 7000 has a charging stand to keep the mouse topped up. Unlike the Logitech set, the...

By ExtremeTech on 80

Attractive and a pleasure to use, this duo doesnt disappoint. Its price isnt outrageous, but its still a lot of dough to fork over.Advanced Features...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Another solid wireless peripheral package from Microsoft, the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 offers a great combination of comfort, style and features. Wed have liked to see the keyboard match the mouse and come with a docking station for charging, but...

By Everything USB on -

Although the reliance on a non-rechargeable alkaline battery to power the keyboard is a little troubling, and the keyboard's floating keys can be difficult to use, overall the keyboard and mouse that make up the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 are...

By About.com on 80

If you are the type that not only wants a wireless desktop set to work good, but you expect it to look good too the Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 is a great option. The translucent border looks like the Vista Aero theme and it has lots of...

By I4U on 85

If you are a fan of Vista’s Aero theme and want to spice up your desktop with a matching keyboard and mouse that also happen to work very well, the Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 is a great option. The price is even good for what you get at...

By TechRadar on 90

Microsoft cops probably more criticism than any other company in the world. People just seem to like moaning about Windows and Office, and let’s face it, it’s easy to see why somtimes. But one thing Microsoft cannot be criticised for is...

By PC Mag on 80

The Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 isnt the cheapest keyboard-and-mouse set, but it might be the...

International Review By Hardwareluxx on -

Ein mit 90 Euro nicht gerade günstiges Maus- und Tastaturset sollte nur wenige bis gar keine Probleme haben - vor allem wenn es schon seit geraumer Zeit auf dem Markt ist. Beim "Wireless Laser Desktop 7000" fanden wir aber einige Schwachstellen....

International Review By Digitale-Generation on 87

Das Microsoft Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 ist optisch eine wahres Schmuckstück auf jedem Schreibtisch. Das Design dürften auch Nutzer die nicht auf Vista und Windows Aero setzen, in jedem Fall zu schätzen wissen. Die Maus strengt die Hand...

International Review By PC for Alla on 80

Både tangentbordet och musen är trådlösa, och du behöver ingen klumpig mottagardosa på skrivbordet utan klarar dig med en liten pinne som kopplas in i datorns usb-port. Det låter kanske löjligt, men nu kommer ett trådlöst tangentbordspaket som är...

International Review By InfoMods on 90

Nous voici maintenant à la fin de notre article sur ce kit WLD 7000 de Microsoft. Il sagit ici clairement dun kit résolument tourné vers le haut de gamme, et jouant la carte de la polyvalence. En effet, concernant le clavier, celui-ci est...