There is no dongle needed for the MS Bluetooth 6000 keyboard.
What I saw said wireless. From my experience, wireless requires a dongle or a card. I do not know of any units that use wifi, and bluetooth is not cheap.
From the Office Depot website.Quote:
Wireless range of up to 30'. 2.4GHz wireless access helps reduce clutter on your desktop and lets you stay connected even as you roam up to 30' away. Simply plug the included mini-transreceiver into an available USB port and begin typing right out of the box!
Even if the Microsoft is that cheap,it is hardly a fair comparison with the Apple KB.
Sure they are both keyboards but the similarity ends there.
the Microsoft 6000 is a better keyboard than the Apple KB. You also get a BT keypad. Do a google and you will put it together as to why.
@Seadog: Here is the keyboard I was talking about.
Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 | StaplesŪ
I checked and there is a wireless keyboard with the same 6000 model number. Odd product numbering by Microsoft...
Oh and there is a $30 price diff on that bluetooth keyboard between Staples and Office Depot. I got mine at Staples. :)
Another vote for the Microsoft BT 6000 keyboard. I like it much better that the Apple, and it's way cheaper...
The Microsoft KB 6000 is $39 at Office max and it is a better keyboard then the Apple one.[/QUOTE]
Microsoft starts manufacturing keyboards, are you kidding?