Belkin's wireless keyboard lets you type without wires getting in the way. The keyboard has pre-programmed hot keys that allow you to open your web browser or email account with a single touch of a button. The Belkin wireless keyboard works with all PCs running Windows XP, Me, 2000, 98 SE or a Mac operating system that's 9.x or higher. Once connected, the keyboard needs to be synchronized to work with your computer.
Things You'll Need
- Two AA batteries
Plug the purple receiver into the back of your computer's PS/2 port. Some computers have a matching color scheme for wires. (Purple indicates the keyboard connection.)
Turn the keyboard over and install two AA batteries; then turn on your computer. The computer may start scanning for a newly added device.
Turn over the keyboard and press the "Synchronization" button. Press the "Connect" button on the top of the round silver receiver. You have 10 seconds to press both buttons.
Wait for the synchronization process to end. It may take a minute or two to complete. Repeat the steps if the keyboard does not work with the computer.
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