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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-03
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winniekepala.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-26
Sturdy and solid design & build quality, Good keyboard and typing accuracy and comfort, Big trackpad with multitouch gesture supportNo official Mac OS support or drivers, Sometimes weak wireless connection when speed scrolling, Too many function keys that can be redundant
This device is a loaned review unit from Microsoft Malaysia*I've previously been a fan of external keyboards for my setup. For some reason, none of the laptop keyboards were good enough for my speed typing. If my workstation permits, I usually have an ex...
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chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2014-08-13
Lightweight, Spillresistant, Wide range of accessibilityKeys are placed too close to each other, Trackpad provides the bare mi
Microsoft, the technology giant that brought us the Windows PC and its many devices, recently released the new Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard in Malaysia. This keyboard is designed for the living room, and it can connect to multiple media devices pro...
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vernonchan.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-02
Good build – light and durable, Pleasing design, Spillresistant, Media hotkeys are handy, Good trackpad, Wireless convenience, Stowable nano receiver, Included AAA batteries, Good priceNonadjustable keyboard angle, Keyboard feels slightly spongy, Some excluded keys (no numeric pad, print screen)
Just last month, Microsoft Hardware revealed a duo of input devices to the Malaysian market – the All-in-One Media Keyboard and Wireless Mobile Mouse 1850. Courtesy of Microsoft Malaysia , I was sent the two peripherals for review.The keyboard is smaller ...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-27
Ever want to get a little more portable with your mouse and keyboard? The new Microsoft Wireless All-in-One Media Keyboard is a very handy and comfortable addition to your living room couch, conference room, or even your desk. The All-in-One Media keyboar...
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apcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-14
A standard mouse and keyboard setup aren't going to work, since you probably don't have a surface to use them on. Instead, you're going to have to look to game controllers, wireless keyboards and touchpads and remote controls for Windows.If you intend t...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2015-07-28
Compact, Lightweight, Large, responsive integrated trackpadMedia keys seem an afterthought, Dongle limits it to compatible devices
A keyboard is a keyboard is a keyboard, right? Not quite. If you happen to be anything of a wordsmith, or just spend a good portion of your day, you would know the opposite is true.The depth of key press, how ergonomic a keyboard is, how light or heavy it...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-25
Inexpensive. Very good wireless range. Built-in touchpad and mouse buttons. Supports gestures, including Windows 8. Good typing and touchpad experience.Somewhat cramped keyboard. Keys are not backlit
Geared toward controlling a living-room PC connected to a large display or HDTV from across the room, the Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard ($39.95) has a lot to offer. This slim and light keyboard feels sturdy, provides a smooth typing experience, and ...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-18
Small footprint (or "lapprint"), Integrated trackpad, Wireless, can be used across the room from a large screen, Many specialfunction keys, especially useful in a Windows 8 environment, Durable and spillresistantCramped keyboard compared with fullsize keyboards, No numeric keypad, No backlit keys, Focus on Windows support limits usefulness with other operating systems, No Bluetooth support; requires USB HID port on connected device
I decided that I would write this review with the product I'm reviewing, the Microsoft All-in-One Media keyboard, and I'll tell you right from the start that it is likely the last thing that I'll type with this keyboard. After several weeks of cramped typ...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-07-07
Microsoft All-In-One Media Keyboard review: what it is The Microsoft All-In-One Media Keyboard is a small, portable and wireless qwerty keyboard with an integrated trackpad that supports gestures such as swipe and pinch-to-zoom. It has customisable media...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-25
Zero setup time, Quiet keys, Compact, lightweight designSeveral conventional (but secondary) keys left out, Touch pad was slightly erratic, Might have offered a little more functionality or comfort with empty space
Alas, the keyboard (like its 2007 follow-up, the Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 8000 ) bombed in the market. MCE didn't fare so well, either. Turns out that most people didn't think the outlay in money and space for a living-room PC was worth the benefit...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-06-18
The keyboard is wireless and requires two AAA batteries to work. Happily, the keyboard comes with batteries preinstalled, so you can use it straight away. All you have to do is insert the supplied Wi-Fi dongle into one of your PC or TV’s USB ports. Our Wi...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-05-29
For a modest $30, the Microsoft AllinOne Media keyboard includes a builtin touchpad, physical volume controls, and WIndows 8 shortcut keys.The lapspanning keyboard feels cramped, it lacks a backlight, and it's designed for righthand users only
This keyboard-plus-touchpad combo (the official list price is $40 or £35, but it can be found for less online) is lightweight, with a solid feel considering the price. The keyboard has a matte black finish, which I like since shiny finishes tend to show m...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-29
For a modest $30, the Microsoft AllinOne Media keyboard includes a builtin touchpad, physical volume controls, and WIndows 8 shortcut keys.The lapspanning keyboard feels cramped, it lacks a backlight, and it's designed for righthand users only
This keyboard-plus-touchpad combo (the official list price is $40 or £35, but it can be found for less online) is lightweight, with a solid feel considering the price. The keyboard has a matte black finish, which I like since shiny finishes tend to show m...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-11
When you think of Microsoft , hardware isn't the first thing that comes to mind. Recently, they have been pushing in-house designs like the Surface and Type Covers, but that's more of template for manufactures to follow in the industry for Windows 8. The ...
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winbeta.org
Reviewed on 2014-04-22
Microsoft recently unveiled the All-In-One Media Keyboard, a new keyboard from the devices and services giant. The keyboard features a full-set of keys, along with an integrated multi-touch trackpad that works well with gestures in Windows 8.1. We're goin...
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User Comments

Keyboard

Device interface

RF Wireless

Recommended usage

Home

Keyboard layout

QWERTY

Keyboard language

English

Purpose

Universal

Keyboard form factor

Standard

Keyboard style

Straight

Pointing device

Touchpad

Hot keys
Programmable hot keys
Frequency band

2.4

Spill resistant keyboard
Wrist rest
Numeric keypad

Design

Colour of product

Black

Backlight
Surface coloration

Monotone

Mouse

Mouse included