Vidabox Premium Wireless Keyboard ReviewTheScavenger - October 19, 2008
Since the Premium Wireless Keyboard doesn't require a driver, installation is literally plug-and-play. All I had to do was find an available USB port, slide in the USB receiver, push the synchronization button on the receiver, and then push the synchronization button on the keyboard. Once the USB receiver was plugged in to the USB port, Windows installed a generic plug-and-play driver. Since there isn't any software to install as well, the keyboard and all of its features were completely ready to use.
The synchronization button is the small white circle found in the middle of the receiver.
The keyboard's synchronization button is found in between the two mouse buttons and the Windows Media Center hot key.