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Written by Nate Swetland - Edited by Olin Coles   
Wednesday, 24 March 2010
Table of Contents: Page Index
Microsoft Arc Wireless Compact Keyboard
Features and Specifications
Closer Look: Microsoft Arc
Microsoft Arc Detailed Features
Testing and Results
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Closer Look: Microsoft Arc

In the images below is a full view of the Microsoft Arc wireless keyboard layout. You can see the top row that consists of the "F" function keys, the home/end/etc. keys, and volume control.

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The addition of the laptop-style "FN" function button allows keys to be multi-purpose, and save on precious space.

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This is a shot of the Microsoft Arc from the side. I chose this picture in order to show off the curved lines of the Arc. Note the power button that is a double "function" of the Esc key.

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Pictured above is the bottom of the Microsoft Arc keyboard, which allows you to access the battery compartment. This is also where the USB receiver resides.

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Notice the natural raised back of the Arc. This helps reduce some of the strain users encounter after typing for a extended periods of time.



 

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# UserUser 2011-02-13 05:27
The esc and del keys are very stupid, and hard to use. The arrow keys are bad too.
Becuase of that, its a bad idea.
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