Microsoft’s Attractive, Ergonomic Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 Keyboard and Mouse : William Harrel – Journalist

Microsoft’s Attractive, Ergonomic Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 Keyboard and Mouse


Review of the Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 at Digital TrendsIf you, like us, spend a good portion of your life banging on computers, the first thing you do after buying a new PC is replace the stock USB keyboard, and mouse that comes with it. Upgrading to aftermarket peripherals such as, say, the Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 [amazon_link asins=’B01M6XB56D’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’1c773823-c4fb-11e7-8361-4fd26548b6c3′] review unit we have here, not only improves the aesthetics of your desktop and increases comfort, but can also be a wise investment in the well-being of your wrists and hands.

[amazon_link asins=’B01M6XB56D’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’262eb5a1-c4fb-11e7-97ad-090db65faaa6′]Compared to some other keyboard and mouse combos we’ve looked at recently, including the Logitech Performance MK850 Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Combo ($80) [amazon_link asins=’B074WH7LD3′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’4d7814bf-c4fb-11e7-b49c-f977260d4912′], Microsoft’s Desktop 5050 is relatively inexpensive. It lists for $70, but we found it at several outlets for $50. While the Logitech MK850 specializes in allowing you to pair with multiple devices simultaneously, the Desktop 5050, in addition to its ergonomic design, comes with several additional keys for assigning shortcuts in Windows. Does it, however, provide enough comfort and convenience to warrant laying out half a C-note?

See the entire review at Digital Trends


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