Keyboards. Can't live with 'em, and can't live without 'em. We all yearn
for an easier way to input commands, but even after all of these years,
a QWERTY keyboard still trumps most everything else in terms of speed
and accuracy. Until we all get brain interfaces built into our skulls,
is apt to remain a major part of our lives, and Microsoft
is apt to be a major provider for quite some while.
The company's latest is the Wireless Desktop 2000, which
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
128-bit technology to help secure your personal and business information
by encrypting what you type. It's not often you find this in a
keyboard, but sure enough, it's here. The keyboard is paired with the
Wireless Mouse 2000 sporting BlueTrack Technology for smooth tracking on
virtually any surfacee (except glass), and Win7 Taskbar Favorites for
easy toggling between applications and a pillow-textured palm rest for
The price? $40, and it's yours.