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$29.99 (excluding tax)
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Product Description

Mouse & Keyboard Features

  • Secured Wireless Connection

    Microsoft 2.4 GHz wireless delivers a secured and reliable connection with up to 15-foot range.

  • Battery Status Indicators

    Lights let you know when your batteries are running low.

  • 2-Year Limited Hardware Warranty¹

    »  Limited Warranty and License Agreement available here.

    Mouse Features

  • Microsoft® Optical Technology

    1000 dpi provides responsive cursor control.

  • Snap-in Transceiver

    Stows conveniently under mouse for portability. Power switch turns the mouse on and off for up to 8 months of battery life.

  • Designed for Comfort

    Comfortable in left or right hand.

  • Scroll Wheel

    For faster on-screen navigation.

  • Power Switch

    Turns the mouse on and off.

  • Longer Battery Life

    Up to 8 months of battery life.

    Keyboard Features

  • Easy-Access Hot Keys

    Quickly access Calculator, volume controls, mute, and play/pause.

  • Windows Start Button

    Simply press to launch your Start menu.

  • Longer Battery Life

    Up to 15 months of battery life.

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      Posted by Bunga on 25th Dec 2012

      This review is from: Microphone I boguht this mic for sound reinforcement in the classroom after the students at the back of the room complained that my voice was trailing off during lectures. Now I simply clip the mic to my collar, plug the USB into my laptop, and my voice is projected over the room's AV system. It was effortless to set up and use on my Mac. I also record my lectures: I was using a separate battery-operated voice recorder, which meant I had to juggle SD cards after class to copy the files onto my laptop; now, I use Audio Hijack Pro to capture the audio stream coming off the xTag. Everything works very smoothly. My only reservation concerns audio quality. This device is based on the DECT standard that is the basis of most current cordless phones. As such, it uses a pretty low bitrate, and a fairly simple digital encoding scheme. The result is a voice signal that is fine for projecting in a (relatively noisy) classroom, but gives recordings with audible quantization noise. The voice bandwidth is 7 kHz (better than telephone, but worse than FM radio), and the encoding (I believe) is 4-bit ADPCM. I estimate the SNR to be about 40-45 dB, similar to a medium-quality voice memo recorder. That's one big difference between this and the $500+ wireless mics from professional mic manufacturers like Sennheiser and Shure. However, the quality is fine for reinforcing and recording speech, and the ease of setup and use, and tiny size and weight of both mic and base-station/USB interface, make this a very nice product.

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