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Microsoft Internet Keyboard

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  • 1-touch access to the Internet.
  • 10 hot keys.
  • Detachable palm rest.
  • Includes IntelliType Pro software.
  • Quickly perform common tasks such as cutting, copying, and pasting.
  • 3 years warranty.
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandMicrosoft
Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions48.6 x 28 x 6.8 cm
Item model numberC19-00333
SeriesC19-00333
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004VUC4
Best Sellers Rank 228,330 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 Kg
Date First Available26 Jun. 2000
  
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Product Description

The Microsoft Internet Keyboard gives you one-touch access to e-mail, the Web, and the programs you use most. The familiar, durable keyboard design, customizable Hot Keys, and Control key Shortcut labels help you work more efficiently. Start your browser

Manufacturer's Description

The Microsoft Internet keyboard has 10 hot keys that let you take control of your computing. One-touch access to the Internet and more!

The Internet Keyboard gives you a high-quality design with the tools and easy Web access to help you work more efficiently.


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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Jun. 2001
...if you have a compacted desk - that is, one of those with a slide-in keyboard tray (typically an Argos or Ikea brand). It's just too difficult to reach the hot keys! I find myself guessing if that really is my e-mail key, or just a back/forward key. But, apart from that fault or my desk, this keyboard is great. Soft clicking keys that are comfortable, and the arm wrest is great (just don't give yourself RSI with it though, by typing with your arms resting on it!). Scores well all round, but not well enough designed for the smaller, minimalist desk that I like to have.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By spongleman@yahoo.com on 13 Nov. 2000
Once again microsoft seems to have developed a decent bit of hardware (like the sidewinder), certainly overpowering the os that it is been run against. Easy soft touch keyboard, at a good price. short-cut keys are usfull when in a hurry, saves a lot of time clicking through menus. Wrist rest is also useful when typing up essays and such like us students have to, or sat for hours trying sort out our programming. I was not convinced when i first saw the keyboard but after trying a friends i was converted. No real downsides to this product which is unusually for microsoft.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By "unclewoolly" on 20 Dec. 2002
This is a large and well laid out keyboard, comfortable to use with or without the supplied wrist rest, and with a curved modern design that makes my old keyboard look like a slab of soap. I agree with the reviewer above - if you have a desk with a slide-out keyboard panel (as both of mine have been), then you may have trouble accessing the hotkeys at the top of the keyboard.
Note that this keyboard has no USB options at all (no connector, no additional ports) and now that I am using USB peripherals more and more, I wish I had gone for the Professional version, simply for the convenience of having USB ports at my fingertips.
Hotkeys above the main keyboard are:
Back, Forward, Stop, Mail, Search, Favourites, Web/Home.
Hotkeys above the number pad are:
My Computer, Calculator, Sleep.
Hope this was useful :)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "josh7594" on 14 April 2003
Very nice design, I find it great to type with. The hotkeys are very nice to use, although the I only really use 3 of the hotkeys, web, mail and calculator. The back, forward and stop keys are probably good, but for me its just easier to click the back appropriate button in Internet Explorer. Still, for the price, its a fantastic keyboard.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James Edwards on 8 Jan. 2003
The Microsoft Internet Keyboards was the first Microsoft hardware product i have bought, I have been more than happy with it.
Installation is unbelievably easy, Take it out of the box and plug in to your PS/2 and switch on you PC. once windows has started, insert the CD that come with it and follow the instructions....Simply
it is nice to type on and it's nice and responsive. The detachable palm rest is just a cheap piece of plastic but is does the job. The hotkey buttons are useful, and with the option to change their function you can't go wrong. Defiantly worth the money.
and i WILL be buying Microsoft Hardware Products again
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