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MICROSOFT WIRED KEYBOARD 600 – RETAIL

$29.95

ANB-00025(WKB600) (Microsoft / Keyboard)

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Wired Keyboard 600

The Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600 is Windows 8 and Xbox 360 compatible, with media hot keys, plug-and-play setup, a Windows Start button, and quiet-touch keys.

  • Media Center controls the most-used media activities (play, pause, volume up, volume down, and mute) with four hot keys
  • Plug-and-play lets you connect the keyboard to your computer and go—no software needed
  • Spill-resistant design features integrated water channels to drain liquid away
  • Quickly access the calculator with the touch of the calculator hot-key button
  • Quiet Touch keys help you type in greater comfort, allowing your hands to sit more naturally on the quiet, responsive, thin-profile keys
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Microsoft

Microsoft is a multinational technology company that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer electronics, computer hardware, electronics, digital distribution, computer software and services. The company was founded in April 4, 1975 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Today, their headquarters is located in Microsoft Redmond campus, Redmond, Washington, United States. Their website is www.microsoft.com. Some of the company’s products are MS-DOS, Microsoft windows, singularity, Zune, xenix, midori, Microsoft Office shared tools, games, servers, Skype, visual studio, dynamics, Xbox, surface, mobile phones, etc. The services they offer are Azure, Bing, LinkedIn, MSDN, Office 365, OneDrive, Xbox Live, Outlook.com, TechNet, Wallet, windows store, windows update etc. The most known Microsoft products is their Microsoft Windows line. In the year 2015, Microsoft was the market dominant in the IBM PC-compatible operating system market. Although today many people go for Android smart phone instead of Microsoft.