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Works Well, But Hard on Fingers and Joints!
Posted by: Westerly from: Santa Monica, CA on
The keyboard and mouse work well enough. I never experience any interference or missed key strokes/mouse clicks. The CAPS indicator light is sweet for a wireless board.
However, this set's Achilles heal is that the keys are extremely hard to push. I didn't notice it at first, but after two weeks, my fingers are experiencing a surprising amount of pain (I'm 31 ... no arthritis, etc). I have used a keyboard daily for work since 2004, and this is the first one that I can remember that makes my fingers ache after typing for a few hours. The key action is smooth enough, but the keys require a good deal of finger pressure to depress. If you like a scissor-stroke type board and light action, I recommend another keyboard.
48 out of 56 found this review helpful.
Really pretty good.
Posted by: RottenJeeves from: St Paul, Minnesota on
I use this mouse and keyboard while sitting on the couch. In fact I'm using it right now to type this review.
Its perfect for a guy/gal whom wants a light weight keyboard they can sit on their lap.
14 out of 14 found this review helpful.
Great Wireless KB/Mouse w/Mini Unifying Receiver
Posted by: HubTP from: Boston, MA on
Very reliable wireless keyboard/mouse combination with the tiny unifying receiver which seems to work well no matter where you connect it: under the desk, behind the monitor, etc. The batteries are all installed, you just have to remove the Yellow plastic pull tabs for the batteries to make contact and you're done. It couldn't be any easier.
12 out of 12 found this review helpful.
great wireless control
Posted by: Melissa316 from: Conroe, TX on
works even when not pointed directly at computer; automatically shuts off
11 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Much better than Microsoft 1000
Posted by: Ravenous from: Kansas on
Bought this to replace Microsoft 1000 wireless keyboard that we had had since late 2009. Much improvement. Batteries came already in devices. Plug and play.
I sit about 6 feet from TV/Computer set up and this appears to have good range, unlike the Microsoft 1000, which struggled at this distance. Keyboard and mouse both have on/off switches, but no LED for num/caps/on/off. Find this keyboard feels nicer on fingers. Mouse responds better, feels nicer than MS mouse. Keyboard Keeps up with rapid touch typer easily. No clunky and unsightly receivers with wires (just a micro usb dongle). Again, Logitec wins over Microsoft.
15 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Not a great keybaord for the power user
Posted by: TMTCY from: Boston,MA on
Set up was a breeze no issues at all with WIN7 all the feautures worked as advertised. but that's where the honeymoon ends.
Keys are not very tacticle in feeling ( very little spring back feeling ) and the palm rest is just 1/4 inch too short so the bottom of your palm may rest on your desk,
The mouse is too small for long usage (your palm will rest on the desk) , great for travel though.
In summary if you plan on using your keyboard 8-10 hours a day this is not the keyboard for you.
Great for users using it 20-45 min a day.
I will return it and try the Logitech MK550.
32 out of 44 found this review helpful.
Greart wireless Keyboard and Mouse
Posted by: jm6546 from: Boise, ID on
This setup is the best I have used. It is very comfortable and easy to use. The keys are very easy to type with and the audio controls are great. Only wish they had one made just for a Mac..I use it on my Mac and it works great, you just have to learn what the special keys are for a Mac. I would recommend this setup for anyone wanting a wireless keyboard and mouse. Also the wireless doggle for the setup is very small and easy to use. Just plug and play.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Exactly what I need, and Linux compatible too
Posted by: droid2fan from: Seattle, WA on
I bought a Microsoft 800 wireless desktop set and it worked great, but I needed something with a bigger Escape key. This was the one. It is just the right size , the key layout is comfortable and the caps lock key has a light, something still a little rare on wireless keyboards. The sound up/down keys work with Linux also (Ubuntu 10), as does the Print Screen. It is just under 7.5 inches deep so just fits in my Fellows keyboard tray, and it is low profile, allowing me to slide the keyboard tray under the desk when not using it. This was also true for the Microsoft 800. Both are fine products. This one is larger and more expensive, so it is just a matter of preference. I gave the MS 800 to my wife and she is very happy with it. I found some old web flames about Logitech not being compatible with Linux, but this is no longer so, at least for this product. At $60 it is a little pricey, but it is the cheapest one I could find that would fit the tray, and had the features I wanted.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Affordable keyboard and mouse - works great.
Posted by: mjgibbon from: Dallas, TX on
We have a more expensive Logitech wireless keyboard/mouse set, but misplaced the receiver. I needed an affordable set immediately to work on a big project. I was going to buy this set at the $59 price point, but actually found an open-box item that had been returned, discounted to $40. It's a good value at $59, a steal at $40!
Very comfortable to use and the keys have a nice touch.
The only drawback I can think of is that the receiver is so much smaller than the one we misplaced - I hope we don't lose this one!
10 out of 12 found this review helpful.
very good, and good value when on sale
Posted by: PEEPpeep from: on
was looking for a wireless keyboard for a new home theater pc (htpc) I built. I already have several logitech products; all good.
I saw this combo; did not really need another basic wireless mouse (had one) but thought that I would get the combo based upon the reviews of the keyboard - very glad that I did.
keyboard is full size, nice feel to the keys. a little different than a 'standard' keyboard, but not different in a bad way. Thin and light weight in a good way. overall, a nice keyboard (in general, as a keyboard) and double nice in that it is wireless.
separate media buttons are nice for volume and playback.
mouse is surprisingly good - nice feel in the hand and very precise accuracy. but, I wish it had the browser page forward, page back buttons. will have to get one with that feature myself some day, but for now this mouse is good enough for the htpc and basic use.
plug and play operation.
absolutely no connection issues, or keyboard or mouse lag, from about 15 feet away.
got it at BB on sale at 1/2 price.