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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.


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


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.


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.


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.



# 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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