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Thanks for the quick response. I'm very tempted to give up ms and get this.
Posted 24 January 2011 - 14:19
My current MS keyboard is bluetooth and their transceivers aren't very reliable. I believe my 8000 keyboard (http://www.microsoft.../docs/we8k.html) is still a better choice over the Bluetooth 6000. The problem with the 8000 is the signal needs to be constantly reconnected in order to use the bluetooth capability which I use for my palm TX.
MS also do a great keyboard that has a low profile and is virtually silent, the Bluetooth 6000 (I think), it's curvy and Bluetooth, so the fact that it uses Bluetooth may put you off (It did for me, considering my laptop doesn't have it built in).
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Posted 18 February 2011 - 17:48
Doesn't that go against the point of a solar keyboard? Would be way more efficient to just charge it from the mains.
I guess during the day I'll leave my desk lamp on shining onto the keyboard so it can charge itself tomorrow.