Review: Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3050
This is more of a to-be-see kind of review but Microsoft have got a brand new Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3050 on the way and you’re going to want a piece of that.
The reason for this is that it’s a Microsoft peripheral setup, obviously. Okay, okay, we say that about all of Microsoft’s peripheral offerings but only because it’s true. It’s always true. You should know that by now.
The Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3050 is an update on existing wireless desktop solutions from Microsoft, with a compact yet full keyboard that comes with a soft palm rest being the main event. There’s also a wireless, ergonomic mouse to go with it, because you need to have matching devices, right?
The mouse is also ambidextrous, which is something that we really need to see more of. Microsoft are building in AES 128-bit encryption to the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3050’s keyboard portion, because you can never be too safe.
As with previous outings, the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 3050 uses a small wireless receiver that lives in the mouse when not in use. Bluetrack laser technology is used for the mouse as well, as Microsoft have repeatedly proved just how useful the use-anywhere mouse tech is.
There’s no firm release date just yet so consider this one TBA. But it is coming, and it is going to be awesome.