Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 encrypts what you type

Microsoft rolls out a new wireless mouse and keyboard combo that offers enhanced security by using 128bit AES encryption.

Called Wireless Desktop 2000, this package includes a classically designed keyboard, with a pillow-textured palm rest for better comfort, and special Windows 7 Taskbar shortcut keys, paired with a wireless, full-size mouse with four-way scrolling and Blue Track technology. The integrated 128-bit AES encryption will automatically encrypt your keystrokes, making harder to be intercepted and deciphered when they’re transmitted over-the-air.

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 combo is now available for $39.95.

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000

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