Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 201 recensioni su Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.4/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.1/5 per altri prodotti. Le persone rispondono positivamente alla dimensione e qualità fabbricazione. In aggiunta, design e usabilità ottengono un buon feedback. Si possono individuare lamentele circa il prezzo.

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Recensione esperto da : Andrew Kliem (goodgearguide.com.au)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

 

Looks great, lots of shortcut keys, comfortable to type on

Very expensive, key layout takes some getting used to

If you have a bit of money to splash around and want a wireless keyboard and mouse package that has all the bells and whistles, the Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 may be right for you.

11/2007

Recensione esperto da : Andrew Kliem (goodgearguide.com.au)

Microsoft Wireless Desktop Entertainer 8000

 

Most keyboards sent to our office for testing aren't exactly the most inspiring devices, so when we received the Microsoft Wireless Desktop Entertaine...

Looks great, lots of shortcut keys, comfortable to type on

Very expensive, key layout takes some getting used to

If you have a bit of money to splash around and want a wireless keyboard and mouse package that has all the bells and whistles, the Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 may be right for you.

11/2007

Recensione esperto da : Kyle Monson (pcmag.com)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 8000

 

The Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 8000 is a well-designed, albeit expensive, option for couch-bound computing.

Good design and key arrangement. Both keyboard and mouse use AAA rechargeable batteries with a docking station. Lots of media-centric keys. Good feel to the keys. Moderately ergonomic.

Charging station takes up a lot of desk or shelf space. Expensive.

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11/2007

Recensione esperto da : Rich Brown (cnet.com)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (Silver) review: Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (Silver)

 

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (Silver)

Rechargeable; easy-to-use and comprehensive media control keys; smart backlighting design.

Expensive; clunky recharging station.

Microsoft's Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 brings a lot of features and functions. Its wireless, backlit keyboard is also rechargeable, but we wish it were better designed and about $50 less expensive. We suspect many people will be impressed at...

06/2007

Recensione esperto da (pcmag.com)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

 

Microsoft's Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 8000 ($299.95 list) is all play and no work. For that chunk of change, you're not likely to buy it for your desktop, though. This keyboard and mouse set is meant to be used while you're sitting on your couch...

Good design and key arrangement. Both keyboard and mouse use AAA rechargeable batteries with a docking station. Lots of media-centric keys. Good feel to the keys. Moderately ergonomic

Charging station takes up a lot of desk or shelf space. Expensive

The Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 8000 is a good-looking but expensive option for your living-room computing. If you can stomach the price, we recommend it for couch-bound use, though it won't be a good fit for your desktop.

Recensione esperto da (stuff.tv)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment 8000 Desktop review

 

As thin as a wafer and as clever as a convention of cosmologists, this might just be the ultimate computer keyboard

An awesome keyboard and an almost awesome mouse, but it isn’t enough to justify the price

05/2008

Recensione esperto da : Craig Simms (cnet.com.au)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

 

High quality build. Backlit. Light, yet rugged. Rechargeable.

Far, far too expensive. Some may have trouble finding somewhere to put the rechargeable dock, considering the over/under arrangement. Mouse heats up when charging.

Unless you desperately need a full-sized keyboard covered in silver to match your decor, we'd suggest you pass on the Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000, and go for one of the cheaper options.

10/2010

Recensione esperto da : David Ludlow (expertreviews.co.uk)

MicrosoftWireless Bluetooth Entertainment Desktop 8000

 

Microsoft's latest wireless keyboard is effectively an advanced Windows Vista update to its Remote MCE (Media Center Edition) device. The set includes a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, both rechargeable using the supplied docking station. The keyboard...

Is this the blingest ever keyboard? Even if it made sense, it wouldn't be worth 150.

01/2008

Recensione esperto da : Rich Brown (cnet.com.au)

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (Silver) review: Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (Silver)

 

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 (Silver)

Rechargeable; easy-to-use and comprehensive media control keys; smart backlighting design.

Expensive; clunky recharging station.

Microsoft's Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 brings a lot of features and functions. Its wireless, backlit keyboard is also rechargeable, but we wish it were better designed and about $50 less expensive. We suspect many people will be impressed at...

06/2007

Recensione esperto da : Sal Cangeloso (geek.com)

Review: Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

 

When we first heard about Microsoft's Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000, it was clear we were in for something big. Not only would this mouse/keyboard combination capitalize on the design of the WED 7000 but it would feature a $300 price tag, making...

01/2008