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Pros: After a lot of trouble shooting trying dfferent Butooth adapters and a different brand keyboard the issues were with my computer.
Cons: Microsoft has weak email support and was no help in solving my bluetooth Windows 7 issue.
Other Thoughts: I tried this keyboard on a different Windows 7 machine and it worked without any issues. Sorry for making a confusing review but as I have learned Bluetooth can be a big confusing hassle. I hope this keyboard works for you but if not, take a look at the wireless MS Arc.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Arc Keyboard
Pros: I had tried a couple of Bluetooth keyboards including the MS mobile 6000 and it was a very nice device but I had Bluetooth issues because of my computer and not the keyboard. I like this one just as much. I'm sitting 7 feet away from the USB transceiver. I experimented up to 14 feet away without any issues. I did not try it at a distance past that. Also, I like the position of the Ctrl, ESC and Del keys for my CAD work.
Cons: None so far but I'm just starting to use it.
Other Thoughts: I like the arrow key being one button. Some call this the D Pad. The keys have a nice tactile feel and the keyboard is easy to type on. It's small but not so small that you have to strain to type.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: cirago BTA6310 USB 2.0 Micro Bluetooth 3.0 EDR Adapter
Cons: Kicks off over and over in Windows 7. Absolutely ZERO tech support.
Other Thoughts: Do not buy this. It's too much of a gamble because of Zero Tech Support.
Yes I did update the drivers on their web site.