Microsoft announced its latest wireless desktop today called the Wireless Laser Desktop 7000. Microsoft says that the new desktop is designed to complement the Windows Vista operating system with its design.
The keyboard is an ultrathin Comfort Curve design with a rechargeable mouse for performance and comfort, the Aero-inspired keyboard uses a translucent design to mimic the Windows Aero interface. Floating hot keys are available on the keyboard as well as one-touch Flip 3D access.
"This keyboard is a perfect example of Microsoft's focus on connecting its hardware with Windows Vista, bringing the elegance of Windows Aero to the keyboard," said Carla Forester, group marketing manager at Microsoft. "The Wireless Laser Desktop 7000 truly brings the best of both worlds together -- a beautiful design and a full suite of productivity features -- making it the best option for customers desiring a sophisticated accessory for their computer."
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