RF7000 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse from Memorex

By Robyn Peterson  |  Posted 2003-08-14 Print this article Print

Review: Ready to take the wireless plunge? The recently released RF7000 from Memorex boasts a sleek, feature-full design--and hey, it's easy on the wallet!

Wireless keyboards make life easy. Cutting the cord, so to speak, ushers you into a new era of annoyance-free computing--or at the very least removes one major source of annoyance from your computing environment, cords.
Imagine it -- no more wires to trip over, no more tangles behind the computer desk, and no more cracked, and perhaps bitten-through cords (raise your hand if you have a pet, or child, who bites cords– or maybe you do it yourself). But, wireless keyboards have been on the market for years--so whats about the big deal with the RF7000? With its latest addition to the RF wireless keyboard series, Memorex gives us a wireless, comfy but flat keyboard in the RF7000. Theyve graciously added a slew of time-saving features including easy-to-use cut and paste shortcuts as well as loads of new application-specific hotkeys.
For the full details, read the complete ExtremeTech article.
Robyn Peterson

Robyn Peterson, Vice President of Product Management and CTO for Ziff Davis Media, oversees PCMag.com, GearLog.com, SmartDeviceCentral.com, TechnoRide.com, and the other consumer-oriented Ziff Davis Media websites. He also covers multiple content areas, including but not limited to consumer electronics, car techonology, software and development, and networking. Robyn is also the host of the PCMag Radio podcast (subscribe in iTunes).

Robyn has appeared on CNN, CNN Headline News, MSNBC, CBS, Fox, Fox News and the WB network representing PC Magazine, GearLog.com, and ExtremeTech. His writing appears on ABCNews.com and Yahoo in addition to PC Magazine, eWEEK, CGW, and ExtremeTech. He has also won the Chairman's Circle 2001 Award for outstanding editorial contributions to Ziff Davis Media (parent company of ExtremeTech and PC Magazine).

Robyn has a masters of science in computer science from New York University (NYU).

He can be reached at robyn_peterson (AT) ziffdavis.com.

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