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Mouse & Keyboard Setup: The installation is very simple. Because of the native Bluetooth support in Windows XP Service Pack 2, once you plug in the transceiver Windows XP will bring up the Bluetooth wizard to begin the standard process of detecting your Bluetooth devices. First, just insert the CD which comes with the keyboard and mouse. To reprogram the keys, you will have to install the IntelliType 5.2 and IntelliPoint software. Unlike the previous Microsoft Bluetooth desktop, special Bluetooth IntelliPoint/IntelliType software is not needed, the standard will do. In addition; a major improvement has been made by the size of the Bluetooth transceiver as it is much, much smaller than the previous. The Bluetooth adapter is USB only.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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