The Wireless Keyboard and Mouse 850 Desktop gives you wireless freedom at an affordable price
Enjoy the freedom and convenience of wireless technology. Confidently roam up to 15 feet away from your PC while maintaining a strong wireless connection. Or, take the mouse separately to use with a laptop while travelling—the tiny transceiver conveniently snaps into the bottom of the mouse when it’s time to pack up and go.
Setting up the keyboard and mouse is simple—just insert the batteries, plug in the tiny transceiver, and start typing.
Reliable wireless connection
Enjoy the 2.4-gigahertz (GHz) wireless technology, which delivers a reliable connection with a range of up to 15 feet (4.5m), with virtually no interference.
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 128-Bit Encryption
This keyboard features Advanced Encryption Standard (AES*) technology, which is designed to help protect your information by encrypting your keystrokes. Each keyboard is permanently paired with its receiver at the factory—no key information is ever shared over the air.
Windows shortcut keys
Quickly access frequently used tools, like the calculator, zoom and audio controls by using shortcut keys.
Designed for comfort – in either hand
Superior comfort that’s designed to fit your right or left hand.
Microsoft optical technology
Precise optical tracking technology provides highly responsive cursor control.
Plug the wireless receiver into your computer’s USB port when you’re ready to work. Then snap it into the bottom of your mouse when you travel, and the mouse will automatically turn off.
Battery life indicator
Avoid getting caught with a dead battery. The battery status indicator glows red when the battery is running low.
Move through documents and webpages quickly.
Turn off your mouse to extend battery life.
Windows start screen key
Simply press the Windows start screen key to view your apps and start screen.
Longer battery life
Experience fewer interruptions with up to 15 months of battery life for your keyboard.
* Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is an electronic data encryption specification that was established by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). It was subsequently adopted by the US federal government as an approved encryption technology under the FIPS-197 standard.