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Is there an on/off switch for the ms wireless 3000 keyboard

Need to be able to turnoff keyboard to save battery

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I have a wireless keyboard which is a different make, but MOST of these keyboards have an auto power off timer and come back to life when a key is pressed. (the batteries in my keyboard have not been changed for 6 months and are going strong)

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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