Kensington Keyboard for Life Desktop Set

BH #KEK72436AM • MFR #K72436AM
Kensington
Kensington Keyboard for Life Desktop Set
Key Features
  • Wired USB
  • Spill-Proof Design
  • Three-Button Optical Mouse
  • Scroll Wheel
The Kensington Keyboard for Life Desktop Set includes a full-size, spill-proof keyboard and an optical mouse. The mouse features an optical sensor and three buttons with a scroll wheel. Its shape is contoured for comfort and it works in either your right or left hand. The desktop set is compatible with Windows and Mac and features easy plug-and-play operation.
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Kensington K72436AM Overview

The Kensington Keyboard for Life Desktop Set includes a full-size, spill-proof keyboard and an optical mouse. The mouse features an optical sensor and three buttons with a scroll wheel. Its shape is contoured for comfort and it works in either your right or left hand. The desktop set is compatible with Windows and Mac and features easy plug-and-play operation.

Spill-proof keyboard features a sealed membrane to let liquids run through
Three-button mouse with middle button scroll wheel
High-definition optical sensor within the mouse
Mouse features a contoured shape for comfort and works in either hand
Compatible with Windows and Mac
Plug-and-play operation
UPC: 085896724360

Kensington K72436AM Specs

Keyboard
Number of Keys104
Mouse
Number of Buttons2
Hand OrientationRight
Connectivity
System ConnectionUSB (Version Unspecified) Type-A
Full-Functionality OS SupportMac, Windows
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18.4 x 7.9 x 2.7"
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Do the function keys of the Kensington keyboard work like an iMac wired keyboard? Any drivers needed? Any setup?
Asked by: Ha P.
They don't do the same functions key for key, but they can be customized through your Settings once you have it plugged in. No driver needed. First time you plug it in it will ask you to type a few things so the computer can re-orient itself but I've used it on multiple iMacs and Macbooks without a problem.
Answered by: Naomi D.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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