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Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Ergo Optical Mouse
By: Cyd
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    2005-01-17

    Table of Contents:
  • Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Ergo Optical Mouse
  • The Keyboard
  • The Mouse
  • Wireless RF Receiver
  • Conclusion

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    Whether you're looking to complete your media center PC or just looking to clear up some of the clutter on your desk, you've probably considered one of the many wireless keyboard/mouse combos out on the market right now. Today we're taking a look at the Belkin Wireless Keyboard and Ergo Optical Mouse, which they hope will remedy the situations described above.

    Belkin is well known for their various networking products as well as their electrical protection products. The company is also known for the Nostromo n50 and n52 game pads, so it does have some credibility when it comes to input devices. Today we'll be taking a look at one of their wireless keyboard/mouse combos, simply called Wireless Keyboard and Ergo Optical Mouse. Some quick facts from Belkin's Web site are listed below.

    • Allows one-touch access to Web sites, email, applications, and files with customizable instant-access hot keys.

    • Provides easy one-button Power Management keys to toggle Sleep,Wake Up, and Log Off functions on your computer.

    • Adjusts volume quickly and easily with easy-grip button.

    • Keyboard and Optical Mouse operate at a range of approximately six feet.

    • Offers instant one-touch shortcut access with programmable scroll wheel.

    • Allows instant access to frequently used web functions and your favorite web sites using one-touch SpeedWheel.

    • System Requirements: Windows98, 2000, Me, XP, Mac OS 8.6-X v10.x; USB or PS/2 port; CD drive; Internet account for Internet and e-mail functionality; Netscape®, Microsoft® Internet Explorer, or AOL®; sound card and speakers for multimedia functions.

    • Specifications: 800dpi for precision accuracy and control; on-screen, low-battery icon for easily identifiable, battery-life status; USB- and PS/2-compatible; Plug-and-Play installation.

    First let's take a look at what's included in the package. You'll get the mouse and keyboard of course, as well as the wireless receiver, a USB PS/2 adapter, a software/driver CD, and 4 AA alkaline batteries (two for the keyboard and two for the mouse).

    Since you probably already know what CDs and batteries look like, I'm just going to show you the pretty box for now. Worth noting, though, is that the batteries regular AA alkaline and not rechargeable, which is a shame.

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