updated 12:30 pm EDT, Tue March 20, 2007
MS Wireless Laser 4000
Microsoft on Tuesday brought its cordless desktops to a wider audience with the Wireless Laser Desktop 4000. As suggested by its name, the combo connects through RF wireless to a PC and upgrades the company's earlier optical 4000 model with the company's Wireless Laser Mouse 5000 for better mouse pointing.
Like the company's newer add-ons, the keyboard also includes shortcut buttons for Windows Vista. A Gadget button quickly accesses the operating system's mini applications for weather or stocks, while a LiveCall button speeds access to live text or AV chats. The entire set will arrive in April for $80.