Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 850
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Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 850

$24.95 MSRP

Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 850

Part number: PZ3-00001

The Wireless Keyboard 850 is ready when you are

Look no further for a quality keyboard that offers great value and the features you need. Enjoy the freedom and convenience of wireless technology. Quiet touch keys let you focus on the task at hand. And this keyboard also features Advanced Encryption Standard (AES*) technology, which is designed to help protect your information by encrypting your keystrokes.
Wireless-Keyboard-850 features
  • 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.

  • Media keys for music and video control

    Effortlessly control your music, with next track, previous track, play, pause, and volume control keys.

  • Battery status indicator

    Lets you know when your batteries are running low.

  • Reliable wireless connection

    Enjoy the 2.4-gigahertz (GHz) wireless technology, which delivers a reliable connection with up to a 15-foot range, with virtually no interference.

  • Longer battery life

    Experience fewer interruptions with up to 15 months of battery life for your keyboard.


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  • DISCLAIMERS

    * 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.


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