Microsoft All-in-One Media keyboard: A low-cost keyboard combo for home theater or home office
This keyboard touch pad combo was designed for the home theater PC user but can also be used in a traditional home office matter.
Hi, I am Joseph Kaminski and today we are taking a look at the Microsoft All-in-One-Media keyboard.
One of the first things I noticed was it's matt black finish.
That I can appreciate considering that shiny finishes tend to show more fingerprints and dust.
The keyboard runs on two triple A batteries, connects via USB dongle, that can be stored in the battery compartment magnetically.
The touch pad supports Windows 8 gestures, making it convenient for people like myself who've already grown accustomed to using them.
Across the top of the keyboard you'll find Windows 8 shortcuts that can be customized via a small software download from Microsoft.
The spacing of the keys from the actual keyboard are tight to prevent accidents.
Speaking of which, let's see what happens if I acci-purposely spill some water on it.
Looks like it's still working.
Hitting some keys here in Notepad and.
Gestures still working.
I guess it truly is spill resistant.
Thanks for tuning in to CNET TV where we try to make life a little more user friendly.
I'm Joseph Kaminski and we just looked at the Microsoft All-in-One Media keyboard.
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