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Microsoft keyboards

Matt Shields wrote:
> I've been using the M$ Laser Wireless Desktop 6000...

Wow, that sounds like a product name taken from an 80's B-movie.

> I've always been quite surprised how well M$ hardware works.

Agreed. Although I've never had any use for their ergonomic keyboards,
I've used their mice for years (though now I use a Logitech V550 Nano).

> Of course it's probably not made by anyone that works for M$, 
> probably made by a 3rd party company.

No doubt they subcontract the manufacturing, and perhaps even the
design. I used to think it was Logitech, but I don't think I saw any
hard evidence of that.


Tom Metro
Venture Logic, Newton, MA, USA
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