Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard is rated1.5966 out of5 by119.
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$39.95

This keyboard provides comfortable typing, a built-in trackpad, and customizable media hotkeys.

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This keyboard provides comfortable typing, a built-in trackpad, and customizable media hotkeys.

 

 

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It's right at your fingertips

The All-in-One Media Keyboard is just right for your living room or home office. It has a full-size keyset and an integrated multi-touch trackpad, so you can type, swipe, drag, zoom, and click with ease. It has customizable media hotkeys that put the web and your favorite music, photos, and movies at your fingertips. 

The keyboard also has a durable design, so there’s no need to sweat the bumps, drops, or spills of everyday life. It wirelessly connects to your PC via a small USB transceiver, and you can even use it with your Smart TV or game console if they accept the USB HID standard (check with the manufacturer).

Ratings and reviews

Rated 1 out of5 by fromFunction Lock Forced OnKeyboard is good enough except the fact that the function lock is forced on by default. There is no function lock button so you can't turn it off.So now I can't hit F5 to refresh a page and if I hit Alt+F4 to close something down my computer goes into sleep mode.Very frustrating.
Date published: 2015-11-29
Rated 2 out of5 by fromPrtScnPrtScn key is not missing. I do not know how to take a screen shot using a shortcut. I am stuck
Date published: 2015-06-11
Rated 1 out of5 by fromAbsolute Garbage - I feel cheated.Just received this from an online order, and I can't believe it is actually being sold. That's how bad it is.The trackpad is infuriating to use for two reasons.1) You have to move almost a 1/2 inch before it responds on the screen, at which point i jumps to the spot. Makes positioning almost impossible.2) The trackpad buttons register movement, so if you rest your thumb on them, the trackpad is constantly trying to pinch zoom when you move your finger.The hassle of shipping this back to get a refund isn't even worth it. I just went from a devoted MS fan to sitting here in disbelief that something so poorly made could be released.Microsoft -- can you fix this in the drivers?
Date published: 2014-12-02
Rated 1 out of5 by fromDo not buy until this is fixedI was choosing between Logitech all-in-one and Microsoft. Sadly, I've bought the last one. It has many cons, in my opinion.1. Wobbling touchpad. MS tried to go Apple way, when left and right touchpad button integrated in touchpad itself. Touchpad doesnt feel steady when using it with one finger.The movement of the cursor in unpredictable and it's hard to position cursor at the small elements.2. Function keys! They are switched and there's no way to have F1-F12 instead of those useless multimedia keys. If I want to press Ctrl-F7, I need to press Ctrl with my left hand (cause the keyboard doesn't have right control key), then press FN with my right thumb, to switch top row to F- ... and, how should I reach F7 now?! Terrible experience and terrible included software.3. Assigment of the keys. I don't know, why only the home button can be reassigned, but not the music or media buttons? The keyboard lacks of PageUp, PageDown, Home, End keys (even with Fn combination). No Break button. I could utilize those media buttons to reassign them for some useful keys, but MS software won't let me do this.4. Gestures. I could scroll pages in any directions, using two finger gestures, with my mabook. With this keyboard, if you start scrolling horisontally, you can't scroll vertically and vice versa.5. THere's no height adjustment of the keyboard. How could this happened?6.The russian symbols painted blue (on black!). I can see them at all, using the keyboard in front of my TV. The same goes to so-called media keys. Totally unusable.There are many other minor problems with this keyboard. My verdict - don't buy it. Go with Logitech or Rapoo, instead.
Date published: 2014-10-13
Rated 1 out of5 by fromDon't buy it.Horrible touchpad. Nothing like Apple or even Logitech, and also constant problem with drivers
Date published: 2014-11-30
Rated 4 out of5 by fromThe keyboard I've been waiting forAs a Slate PC user for a 3.5 years I have wanted a keyboard with integrated trackpad for a long time. This is it! One issue is not home or end key. That is ok, I used autohot key to remap Alt+PgUp = Home and Alt+PgDn = End.I really like the extra mouse button on the far left of the keyboard. It is actually really nice when trying to be accurate with a click.I would give it 5-stars if it was bluetooth and if it had Home and END keys built in. Or even if it used the standard Fn+Arrow to get them.
Date published: 2014-09-22
Rated 5 out of5 by fromBest Media Keyboard!I have been using this keyboard for about 2 months now and love it! If you are a cable cutter and need a fully capable keyboard and mouse to couch surf from this is a must have.
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 2 out of5 by fromNo XboxOne Support?I actually prefer the layout and feel of my Logitech Revue Keyboard, and with no XboxOne this is pretty much going to be a big paper weight unless an update is released. Illuminated keys would also have been a nice feature...
Date published: 2014-05-06
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