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Dell Premier Multi-Device

Wireless Keyboard and Mouse

KM7321W

User’s Guide

Mouse Model: MS5320W

Keyboard Model: KB700

Regulatory Model: MS5320Wt/KB7221Wt

Notes, Cautions, and Warnings

NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer.

CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates potential damage to hardware or loss of data if instructions are not followed.

WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.

© 202 1 -202 2 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. Dell, EMC, and other trademarks are trademarks of Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. Other trademarks may be trademarks of their respective owners.

2022-03

Rev. A01

Contents

Notes, Cautions, and Warnings .....................................................................................................2

What’s in the box ............................................................................................................................5

Features ...........................................................................................................................................6

Wireless mouse ........................................................................................................................6

Wireless keyboard ...................................................................................................................7

Dell Peripheral Manager .................................................................................................................9

Setting up your wireless mouse ....................................................................................................10

Pairing your wireless mouse ...........................................................................................................13

Pairing your wireless mouse with a USB receiver ...............................................................13

Pairing your wireless mouse using Bluetooth .......................................................................14

Pairing device three using Bluetooth ....................................................................................17

Setting up your wireless keyboard ................................................................................................20

Pairing your wireless keyboard ......................................................................................................22

Pairing your wireless keyboard with a USB receiver ...........................................................22

Pairing your wireless keyboard using Bluetooth ..................................................................24

Pairing device three using Bluetooth ....................................................................................27

Wireless keyboard specification ....................................................................................................30

General .....................................................................................................................................30

Electrical ...................................................................................................................................30

Physical characteristics ..........................................................................................................31

│ 3

Environmental ..........................................................................................................................31

Wireless mouse specification .........................................................................................................32

General .....................................................................................................................................32

Electrical ...................................................................................................................................32

Physical characteristics ..........................................................................................................33

Environmental ..........................................................................................................................33

Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................................34

Statutory Information .....................................................................................................................37

Warranty ...................................................................................................................................37

Limited warranty and return policies .............................................................................37

For U.S. customers: .........................................................................................................37

For European, Middle Eastern and African customers: ..............................................37

For non-U.S. customers: .................................................................................................37

4 │

What’s in the box

1

3

2

4 5

1 Wireless keyboard

3 Documents

5 Batteries

(AA-type x1 and AAA-type x2)

2 Wireless mouse

4 USB receiver

What’s in the box │ 5

1

2

3

Features

Wireless mouse

5

4

7

6

8

1 Left button

3 Backward button

5 Connection-mode lights

7 Right button

9 Power switch

2 Forward button

4 Connection-mode button

6 Scroll wheel

8 Optical sensor

9

6 │ Features

Wireless keyboard

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1 Power switch

3 Connection-mode lights

5 Keyboard feet

7 PPID (Piece Part Identification) label

2 Battery-status light

4 Connection-mode button

6 Battery cover

Features │ 7

NOTE: Caps/Num lock LED b ehavior:

Both Lock LED will be “On” for 5 seconds once pressed and then goes “Off” even if user continues to type under current state. LED will only be “On” for 5 seconds again if user presses the Num Lock/ Caps Lock keys again. The lock state will also be reflected in the OSD (On Screen Display) if the Dell Peripheral Manager is installed on user’s PC.

8 │ Features

Dell Peripheral Manager

Dell Peripheral Manager software enables you to perform the following:

• Assign program shortcuts to device programmable buttons or keys through the Action tab.

• View device information such as firmware version and battery status through the Info tab.

• Upgrade the latest firmware updates on your devices.

• Pair additional devices through the radio frequencies (RF) USB receiver or directly to your computer through Bluetooth.

For more information, see Dell Peripheral Manager User’s Guide on the product page at https://www.dell.com/support .

Dell Peripheral Manager │ 9

Setting up your wireless mouse

1 Locate the slot on the side of the wireless mouse cover. Using your fingertip, pry open the wireless mouse cover.

2 Remove the USB receiver from its compartment.

10 │ Setting up your wireless mouse

3 Install the AA battery into the battery compartment.

4 Replace the wireless mouse cover.

Setting up your wireless mouse │ 11

5 Slide the power switch down to turn on the wireless mouse.

NOTE: Ensure that the distance between your computer and wireless mouse is within ten meters.

12 │ Setting up your wireless mouse

Pairing your wireless mouse

Your Dell wireless mouse can be paired with devices using either the USB receiver or Bluetooth.

You can pair and switch between a laptop, desktop, or any compatible mobile device.

Pairing your wireless mouse with a USB receiver

NOTE: You can connect a device to your wireless mouse using the Dell Universal pairing.

1 Connect the Dell Universal USB receiver to the USB port on your computer.

NOTE: A USB Type-C to Type-A adapter (sold separately) is required if your computer does not support USB Type-A port.

NOTE: The RF (Radio Frequencies) device is pre-paired in the factory.

Laptop Desktop

2 The connection-mode light ( ) on the wireless mouse turns on to indicate the Dell

Universal pairing, and then turns off.

Pairing your wireless mouse │ 13

The wireless mouse is paired with your computer.

Pairing your wireless mouse using Bluetooth

NOTE: You can connect up to two devices with your wireless mouse using Bluetooth.

NOTE: Before pairing your wireless mouse using Bluetooth, ensure that you unpair the inactive devices on your computer, and update the Bluetooth driver on your Dell computer to the latest version. For more information, see Drivers & Downloads at https://www.dell.com/support.

1 Press the connection-mode button a few times on your mouse until the connection-mode light ( BLE-2; Bluetooth Low Energy-2) turns on, indicating that the second-Bluetooth connection is selected.

14 │ Pairing your wireless mouse

2 Press and hold the connection-mode button for 3 seconds to initiate pairing.

The connection-mode light ( ) blinks for 3 minutes, indicating your wireless mouse is in the pairing mode.

3 Pair your wireless mouse with your Bluetooth-enabled Windows computer.

Swift Pair: a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears. c. Ensure that the “Show notifications to connect using Swift Pair” box is checked.

d. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

e. Place your wireless mouse near your computer. The New Dell Mouse found window appears.

f. Click Connect and confirm the pairing process on both wireless mouse and your computer.

Pairing your wireless mouse │ 15

Add Device : a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears. c. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

d. Click Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth .

e. From the list of available devices, click Dell Mouse .

NOTE: If Dell Mouse is not listed, ensure that the pairing mode is enabled on the wireless mouse.

4 Confirm the pairing process on both wireless mouse and your computer.

The connection-mode light ( ) turns solid white for a few seconds to confirm the pairing , and then the light turns off. After your wireless mouse and computer pairing is completed, the wireless mouse connects to the computer automatically when the

Bluetooth is enabled and both devices are within the Bluetooth range.

16 │ Pairing your wireless mouse

Pairing device three using Bluetooth

NOTE: You can connect a third device to your wireless mouse using Bluetooth.

NOTE: Before pairing your wireless mouse using Bluetooth, ensure that you unpair the inactive devices on your computer, and update the Bluetooth driver on your Dell computer to the latest version. For more information, see Drivers & Downloads at https://www.dell.com/support.

1 Press the connection-mode button a few times on your mouse until the connection-mode light ( BLE-3; Bluetooth Low Energy-3) turns on, indicating that the third-Bluetooth connection is selected.

2 Press and hold the connection-mode button for 3 seconds to initiate pairing.

The connection-mode light ( ) blinks for 3 minutes, indicating your wireless mouse is in the pairing mode.

Pairing your wireless mouse │ 17

3 Pair your wireless mouse with your Bluetooth-enabled computer.

Swift Pair: a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears. c. Ensure that the “Show notifications to connect using Swift Pair” box is checked.

d. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

e. Place your wireless mouse near your computer. The New Dell Mouse found window appears.

f. Click Connect and confirm the pairing process on both wireless mouse and your computer.

Add Device : a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears. c. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

d. Click Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth .

e. From the list of available devices, click Dell Mouse .

18 │ Pairing your wireless mouse

NOTE: If Dell Mouse is not listed, ensure that the pairing mode is enabled on the wireless mouse.

4 Confirm the pairing process on both wireless mouse and your computer.

The connection-mode light ( ) turns solid white for a few seconds to confirm the pairing , and then the light turns off. After your wireless mouse and computer pairing is completed, the wireless mouse connects to the computer automatically when the

Bluetooth is enabled and both devices are within the Bluetooth range.

Pairing your wireless mouse │ 19

Setting up your wireless keyboard

1 Remove the battery cover.

2 Install the AAA batteries into the battery compartment.

3 Replace the battery cover.

20 │ Setting up your wireless keyboard

4 Slide the power switch to the right to turn on the wireless keyboard.

NOTE: Ensure that the distance between your computer and wireless keyboard is within ten meters.

Setting up your wireless keyboard │ 21

Pairing your wireless keyboard

Your Dell wireless keyboard can be paired with devices using either the USB receiver or

Bluetooth. You can pair and switch between a laptop, desktop, or any compatible mobile device.

Pairing your wireless keyboard with a USB receiver

NOTE: You can connect a device to your wireless keyboard using the Dell

Universal pairing.

1 Connect the Dell Universal USB receiver to the USB port on your computer.

NOTE: A USB Type-C to Type-A adapter (sold separately) is required if your computer does not support USB Type-A port.

NOTE: The RF device is pre-paired in the factory.

Laptop Desktop

22 │ Pairing your wireless keyboard

2 The connection-mode light ( ) on the wireless keyboard is set to Dell Universal Pairing by default.

3 The wireless keyboard is paired with your USB device.

Pairing your wireless keyboard │ 23

Pairing your wireless keyboard using Bluetooth

NOTE: You can connect up to two devices with your wireless keyboard using

Bluetooth.

NOTE: Before pairing your wireless keyboard using Bluetooth, ensure that you unpair the inactive devices on your computer, and update the Bluetooth driver on your Dell computer to the latest version. For more information, see Drivers & Downloads at https://www.dell.com/support.

1 Press the connection-mode button a few times on your keyboard until the connection-mode light ( BLE-2) turns on, indicating that the second-Bluetooth connection is selected.

2 Press and hold the connection-mode button for 3 seconds to initiate pairing.

The connection-mode light ( ) blinks for 3 minutes, indicating your wireless keyboard is in the pairing mode.

24 │ Pairing your wireless keyboard

3 Pair your wireless keyboard with your Bluetooth-enabled computer.

Swift Pair: a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears.

c. Ensure that the “Show notifications to connect using Swift Pair” box is checked.

d. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

e. Place your wireless keyboard near your computer. The New Dell Keybd found window appears.

f. Click Connect and confirm the pairing process on both wireless keyboard and your computer.

Add Device : a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears.

c. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

d. Click Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth .

e. From the list of available devices, click Dell Keybd .

Pairing your wireless keyboard │ 25

NOTE: If Dell Keybd is not listed, ensure that the pairing mode is enabled on the wireless keyboard.

4 Confirm the pairing process on both wireless keyboard and your computer.

The connection-mode light ( ) turns solid white for a few seconds to confirm the pairing, and then the light turns off. After your wireless keyboard and computer pairing is completed, the wireless keyboard connects to the computer automatically when the

Bluetooth is enabled and both devices are within the Bluetooth range.

Dell Keybd KB700

Dell KB700

Keyboard

26 │ Pairing your wireless keyboard

Pairing device three using Bluetooth

NOTE: You can connect a third device to your wireless keyboard using

Bluetooth.

NOTE: Before pairing your wireless keyboard using Bluetooth, ensure that you unpair the inactive devices on your computer, and update the Bluetooth driver on your Dell computer to the latest version. For more information, see Drivers & Downloads at https://www.dell.com/support.

1 Press the connection-mode button a few times on your keyboard until the connectionmode light ( BLE-3) turns on, indicating that the third-Bluetooth connection is selected.

2 Press and hold the connection-mode button for 3 seconds to initiate pairing.

The connection-mode light ( ) blinks for 3 minutes, indicating your wireless keyboard is in the pairing mode.

Pairing your wireless keyboard │ 27

3 Pair your wireless keyboard with your Bluetooth-enabled computer.

Swift Pair: a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears.

c. Ensure that the “Show notifications to connect using Swift Pair” box is checked.

d. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

e. Place your wireless keyboard near your computer. The New Dell Keybd found window appears.

f. Click Connect and confirm the pairing process on both wireless keyboard and your computer.

Add Device : a. In Windows Search, type Bluetooth .

b. Click Bluetooth and other devices settings. The Settings window appears.

c. Ensure that the Bluetooth is turned on.

d. Click Add Bluetooth or other device > Bluetooth .

e. From the list of available devices, click Dell Keybd .

28 │ Pairing your wireless keyboard

NOTE: If Dell Keybd is not listed, ensure that the pairing mode is enabled on the wireless keyboard.

4 Confirm the pairing process on both wireless keyboard and your computer.

The connection-mode light ( ) turns solid white for a few seconds to confirm the pairing, and then the light turns off. After your wireless keyboard and computer pairing is completed, the wireless keyboard connects to the computer automatically when the

Bluetooth is enabled and both devices are within the Bluetooth range.

Dell Keybd KB700

Dell KB700

Keyboard

Pairing your wireless keyboard │ 29

Wireless keyboard specification

General

Wireless keyboard model number

RF protocol

KB700

Encryption technology

Operating range

Supported operating systems

(2.4 GHz)

Supported operating systems

(Bluetooth)

• Bluetooth 5.0 LE (supports Microsoft Swift Pair)

• 2.4 GHz RF

AES 128 bits and AES-CCM

• 10 m radio range

• No performance degradation up to max. radio range (10 m)

• Performance to be in par with or better than Dell existing shipping wireless keyboard and mouse. Dell will provide a benchmark reference product.

• Windows 11/10/8/7/XP/Vista Server 2003/Server 2008/

Server 2012

• Linux Ubuntu 18 and Redhat 8 Enterprise, Free DOS

• Chrome and Android

• MAC OS

• Windows 11/10/8

• Chrome and Android

• MAC OS

Electrical

Operating voltage

Battery required

Radio transmission

Transmission range

2.0 V - 3.2 V

Two AAA alkaline

Bi-directional communication

Up to 10 m

30 │ Wireless keyboard specification

Physical characteristics

Weight (without battery)

Weight (with battery)

Dimensions:

Length

Width

Height

540 g

561 g

433.30 mm (17.05 in.)

121.50 mm (4.78 in.)

28.36 mm (1.11 in.)

Environmental

Temperature:

Operating

Storage

Storage humidity

0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)

-40°C to 65°C (-40°F to 149°F)

95% maximum relative humidity; non-condensing

Wireless keyboard specification │ 31

Wireless mouse specification

General

Wireless mouse model number MS5320W

RF protocol

Encryption technology

• Bluetooth 5.0 LE (supports Microsoft Swift Pair)

• 2.4 GHz RF

AES 128 bits and AES-CCM

Operating range

Supported operating systems

(2.4 GHz)

Supported operating systems

(Bluetooth)

• 10 m radio range

• No performance degradation up to max. radio range (10 m)

• Performance to be in par with or better than Dell existing shipping wireless keyboard and mouse. Dell will provide a benchmark reference product.

• Windows 11/10/8/7/XP/Server 2008/Server 2012

• Linux Ubuntu 18 and Redhat 8 Enterprise, Free DOS

• Chrome and Android

• MAC OS

• Windows 11/10/8

• Chrome and Android

• MAC OS

Electrical

Operating voltage

Battery required

Radio transmission

Transmission range

0.9 V – 1.6 V

One AA alkaline

Bi-directional communication

Up to 10 m

32 │ Wireless mouse specification

Physical characteristics

Weight (without battery)

Weight (with battery)

Dimensions:

Length

Width

Height

86.7 g

110 g

114.5 mm (4.50 in.)

70.0 mm (2.75 in.)

41.6 mm (1.63 in.)

Environmental

Temperature:

Operating

Storage

Storage humidity

0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)

-40°C to 65°C (-40°F to 149°F)

95% maximum relative humidity; non-condensing

Wireless mouse specification │ 33

Troubleshooting

Problems

Unable to use the wireless mouse/ wireless keyboard

Possible solutions

1 Check if the battery is inserted correctly. Battery “+” and “-“ ends should follow those indicated on the battery compartment label.

2 Check the battery level.

• If the wireless mouse uses a rechargeable battery, ensure that the battery is fully charged.

• If the battery is exhausted, replace it with a new one.

3 Turn the wireless mouse/wireless keyboard off, and then turn it on again. Check if the battery-status light is flashing amber, indicating that the battery power is low. If the battery is fully depleted, the battery-status light will not turn on.

4 Ensure that the USB receiver is directly connected to your computer. Avoid using the port replicators, USB hubs, and so on.

5 Change the USB port. Insert the USB receiver into another USB port on your computer.

6 Update the Bluetooth driver on your computer: a) Open the web browser and download the latest Bluetooth drivers from https://www.dell.com/support .

b) Restart your computer.

34 │ Troubleshooting

Problems

Unable to pair the wireless mouse/ wireless keyboard to the computer using

Bluetooth

Possible solutions

1 Check the battery level.

• If the wireless mouse/wireless keyboard uses a rechargeable battery, ensure that the battery is fully charged.

• If the battery is exhausted, replace it with a new one.

2 indicating that the battery power is low. If the battery is fully depleted, the battery status light will not turn on.

3 Restart your computer.

4 Check the operating system is Windows 11/Windows 10 /

Windows 8/ Chrome/Android.

5 Ensure that the wireless mouse/wireless keyboard is set to

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) mode in your computer. For more information, see the documentation that came with your computer.

Wireless mouse pointer does not move

Left/right buttons do not work

1 Check the battery level.

• If the wireless mouse uses a rechargeable battery, ensure that the battery is fully charged.

• If the battery is exhausted, replace it with a new one.

2 battery power is low. If the battery is fully depleted, the batterystatus light will not turn on.

3 Restart your computer.

Troubleshooting │ 35

Problems

Unable to pair the wireless mouse/ wireless keyboard with the computer

Wireless connection is lost

Possible solutions

1 Check the battery level.

• If the wireless mouse/wireless keyboard uses a rechargeable battery, ensure that the battery is fully charged.

• If the battery is exhausted, replace it with a new one.

2 Turn the wireless mouse/wireless keyboard off, and then turn it on again. Check if the battery-status light is flashing amber, indicating that the battery power is low. If the battery is fully depleted, the battery-status light will not turn on.

3 Restart your computer.

1 Ensure that the USB receiver is connected directly to your computer. Avoid using the port replicators, USB hubs, and so on.

2 Change the USB port. Insert the USB receiver into another USB port on your computer.

36 │ Troubleshooting

Statutory

i

nformation

Warranty

Limited warranty and return policies

Dell-branded products carry a three-year limited hardware warranty. If purchased together with Dell system, it will follow the system warranty.

For U.S. customers:

This purchase and your use of this product are subject to Dell’s end user agreement, which you can find at Dell.com/terms . This document contains a binding arbitration clause .

For European, Middle Eastern and African customers:

Dell-branded products that are sold and used are subject to applicable national consumer legal rights, the terms of any retailer sale agreement that you have entered into (which will apply between you and the retailer) and Dell’s end user contract terms.

Dell may also provide an additional hardware warranty – full details of the Dell end user contract and warranty terms can be found by going to Dell.com/terms , selecting your country from the list at the bottom of the “home” page and then clicking the “terms and conditions” link for the end user terms or the “support” link for the warranty terms.

For non-U.S. customers:

Dell-branded products that are sold and used are subject to applicable national consumer legal rights, the terms of any retailer sale agreement that you have entered into (which will apply between you and the retailer) and Dell’s warranty terms. Dell may also provide an additional hardware warranty – full details of Dell’s warranty terms can be found by going to

Dell.com

, selecting your country from the list at the bottom of the “home” page and then clicking the “terms and conditions” link or the “support” link for the warranty terms.

Statutory Information │ 37

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