Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard is rated1.7 out of5 by133.
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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.

 

 

Overview

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard on knee pressing media hotkey

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 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 fromNo Fn LockBy default the F1 to F12 keys are locked as in as media 'smart' keys. You have to hold the Fn key in order to use the keys as they would normally be, hit Alt F4 to close a program and instead your computer goes to SLEEP! Its very annoying! No software from Microsoft to fix this problem despite numerous complaints from other reviewers. Other than that you pretty much get what you pay for with this keyboard, decent looking design saves quite a bit of space in your work area. The build quality feels cheap, poor quality plastics used, keyboard has a lot of flex to it,the touch pad feels alright, but nothing special. The lack of a Function lock hurts this product the most. Surprised Microsoft would put its name this I expected more.
Date published: 2014-12-30
Rated 2 out of5 by fromNo F-LockI bought this keyboard a couple of days ago to use with Visual Studio within a virtual machine. Since there is no F-Lock on this keyboard, I cannot use it efficiently as I need the functions keys F1-F12. I could at least switch the default behavior on my Surface Pro with Fn + Caps Lock, but that does not work on this keyboard.Other than this problem the keyboard types fairly well and the trackpad gets the job done. This is really a media keyboard for use with HTPCs and for that purpose, it does a good job, but for any sort of development/office work I would not recommend this keyboard (for that I use my Natural 4000 keyboard which is awesome!).
Date published: 2014-07-13
Rated 1 out of5 by fromNo fn lock key no way to make fn keys be defaultI got this keyboard today and I am so disappointed because the media keys are default and there is no way of changing this. Each time you want to press a function key you have to press the FN key. I am a heavy function key user and the keyboard for me is plainly unusable. Suddenly closing a window (Ctrl + F4) requires both hands and putting the computer to sleep each time I want to close an app (Alt+F4) puts the computer to sleep - no fun at all. I am returning this keyboard.
Date published: 2015-01-03
Rated 2 out of5 by fromNo F-Lock, lowsy TouchpadCompare how frequently you use the alt+f4 combination to how frequently you put your computer to sleep with the push of one button. Ever since the good old days when manufacturers put a Sleep button above the arrow keys of your keyboard this has been an issue. An F-Lock is needed! I don't need to constantly pause/play my music but what I do need is to easily rename my files/folders via the F2 key. Why not make it optional? Why hard-code it and force it upon us?The touch-pad is pretty lousy too
Date published: 2014-08-03
Rated 1 out of5 by fromFunction keys are backwards!They Fn keys perform media actions instead of their default actions. Why would Microsoft change the default behavior of keys after ages of having had the same functionality? I spent a week accidentally putting my computer to sleep when using Alt+F4, which was really frustrating. I'm really hoping for a software update that could disable this forced Fn-lock and return the Fn keys back to normal.
Date published: 2014-09-25
Rated 2 out of5 by fromDoesn't live up to expectationsBought it for a decent price. The wireless works well with good range. The Media functions also work well. However the media keys are overlayed on the function keys and on by default. You have to press and hold the fn key to get a f1, f2, etc key press. This confused me for awhile as every time I tried to alt-f4 the computer would enter sleep mode. Not usable for others in the house that can barely operate the media center as is.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 1 out of5 by fromvery poor feature designI bought this yesterday and today I'm gonna return it to the store. As a developer i just can't believe how is possible to design a keyboard with the functions keys locked :(
Date published: 2015-05-19
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