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Microsoft wireless keyboard


templar_knight

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I am thinking of buying a wireless keyboard that works with my laptop + desktop and also with my PS3. I was told that a bluetooth enabled keyboard would be able to do this.

Now, there is this wireless keyboard from Microsoft in the market which has the following specs:
Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 3000 - Reliable 2.4 GHz Wireless Technology

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Isn't this a bluetooth keyboard? I ask because it uses 2.4 GHz ... isn't it the same as one used by bluetooth?

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templar_knight

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Just confirmed ... tested it and it worked.

But if someone on this forum explained the difference b/w the 2 technologies from a high level, I would appreciate.

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