I actually bought a Microsoft product recently

Ralph Bromley

Honorable Member
#1
Yeah I know with me being the crazy linux guy here, mainly my new keyboard that I am typing on now.
My friggin $60 logitech keyboard had only 8 months of life but nope it no longer functions and I did nothing wrong...
Changed the batteries with fresh brand new ones, cleaned it out, checked the receiver, plugged the receiver in and out, and it was still dead.
Ugh I swear this is the last I get from logitech, I have had it up to my neck in bad products from them.
I know this sucks as a linux user to buy a microsoft product, but I have had better experiences with microsofts mice and keyboards.
 


#2
I tend to stay away for the cordless keyboards and mice, just for that very reason...they do tend to crap out from time to time. So what make/model did you end up buying?
 


Ralph Bromley

Honorable Member
#3
I tend to stay away for the cordless keyboards and mice, just for that very reason...they do tend to crap out from time to time. So what make/model did you end up buying?
The Microsoft 2000 wireless keyboard:

http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/p/wireless-keyboard-2000

I go wireless for convenience as I do like to take my keyboard to my bed and operate from there as opposed to being teathered.
 


#4
A picture is worth a 1000 words....got a picture of that...lol
 


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