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TR10963
Cherry DW 3000 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Set - Black (Best price/performance ratio for office users) - JD-0710GB-2

Best price/performance ratio for office users
CHERRY DW 3000 is rock-solid CHERRY technology with an excellent price/performance ratio. Modern, flat design with gentle, quiet and durable wear-resistant keys. Universal, reliable and optimised for professional use.
Flat, wireless keyboard including cursor and number pad
Whisper keystroke keys with wear-resistant laser key legends
Up to 10 million keystrokes
4 hotkeys (calculator, e-mail, browser, sleep mode)
Plug & Play via USB connection
3-button mouse, for both left-handed and right-handed operation
Optical sensor technology (1,200 dpi)
Battery status display in keyboard and mouse
Almost interference-free wireless 2.4 GHz technology (range of up to 10 metres)
Nano USB receiver
GS approval

Keyboard
Key technology: LPK
Service life, standard key: > 10 million key operations
Number of Keys: Product dependant, see table "Models"
Number of additional keys: 4
Mouse
Scanning: Infrared
Resolution: 1200 dpi
Number of Keys: 3
Mouse wheel design: Scroll wheel with key function
Design: Symmetrical
Connection: wireless
Scanning rate: max. 2400/s
Housing colour: Product dependant, see table "Models"
Key colour: Product dependant, see table "Models"
Reliability
MTBF > 45,000 hours
Packaging dimensions
549 x 200 x 45 mm
Dimensions (product)
458 x 170 x 20 mm (keyboard), 109 x 62 x 37 mm (mouse), 18 x 13 x 5 mm (receiver)
Delivery volume
Operating instructions in hard copy
1 battery (type AA)
1 optical wireless mouse
1 wireless keyboard
1 nano USB transmission receiver
1 battery (type AAA)
System requirements
USB connection
Interface
USB
Operating temperature
0°C to 50°C
Storage temperature
-20°C to 65°C
Transmission range
approx. 10 m
Frequency range
2.400 GHz - 2.4835 GHz

Support Files: Yes

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