Reviewed on August 19, 2009The Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 is a solid keyboard and mouse combination with a bevy of customizable buttons that make it a no-brainer to use with a home theater PC, but the asymmetrical button layout on the keyboard requires time to learn. If you're looking for a more ergonomic desktop set and willing to put in a little work, the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 will serve you well.TAGS:Logitech, mouse, keyboard, laser, Microsoft Corp., button, battery
Reviewed on March 25, 2008The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 isn't cheap, but if you want to go wireless and have an extra $70 lying around, this mouse is certainly an option. If you're going to spend that much, though, we think you'll like Logitech's high-end offering better.TAGS:wheel, mouse, Logitech, Microsoft Corp., button, battery
Reviewed on June 9, 2009Even semicompetitive PC gamers can get away with a less expensive mouse, but for the most dedicated, the Razer Mamba provides unmatched precision whether it's connected directly to your PC or set free in wireless mode. If Razer fixed a few design and features issues, we'd feel better about the price.TAGS:Razer, mouse, profile, gamer, Logitech, laser, button, battery, Microsoft Corp.
Reviewed on February 6, 2007Microsoft fits a number of useful features on to the keyboard in its new Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000 set, but we're not sold. We'll give it credit for its easy-to-use media control buttons, but the keyboard lacks too much overall polish compared to competing products to earn a stronger recommendation.TAGS:Logitech, keyboard, mouse, Microsoft Corp., button, battery, PC