With so much news of hacking going on around (Sony, we’re looking at you here), you do not really feel that safe anymore where computers are concerned, do you? The Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 is the latest wireless keyboard from the software giant, where it was specially designed to prevent any form of keyjacking attacks, making sure all those attempts will be intercepted so that no information from your keyboard’s wireless stream will be able to be extracted. Sorta like a digital version of a SWAT team, no?

The Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 keyboard relies on AES 128-bit encryption which will deliver added convenience for those who tend to work with plenty of sensitive information. To make sure that you will be comfortable using the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 keyboard for hours on end, it will come with a pillow-textured palm rest, host a bunch of media and shortcut keys, and can be accompanied by a wireless mouse that offers BlueTrack technology – which translates to superior tracking technology across most surfaces. Expect to fork out a nigh affordable $39.95 for the Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 keyboard.

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