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Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo review
Hardware in Review
28 November 2005
Excerpt: The Logitech Cordless Comfort keyboard is the successor to the Newtouch keyboard, which had a great ergonomic design and an integrated touchpad. The touchpad, thankfully, has been eliminated and replaced with a Cordless Mouseman Optical. Not the best choice for a mouse, but it's better than the touchpad.
Conclusion: The Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo is a good combo. It’s comfortable and is very easy to use. Installation is very easy and black color scheme has nice quality. You can feel confident when using this combo. I rate the Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo a… 9/10! Pros and Cons + Nice black color + Comfortable + Wireless - Mouse scroll wheel - Keyboard may be a bit thick for peoples liking I would like to thank Logitech for making this review possible with their open arms.
Pros: Nice black color, Comfortable, Wireless
Cons: Mouse scroll wheel, Keyboard may be a bit thick for peoples liking
Excerpt: Though without many bells and whistles, the Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo gets the job done and still looks stylish. The keypad is split, so if you're not a touch-typist, you'll have to become one: The inefficiency of hunt-and-peck typing is amplified on a split design. Time-saving shortcut keys line the top ridge of the keypad, and a configurable thumb button lurks near the bottom edge of the mouse.
Summary: The only uniqueness this keyboard has from the
Duo series is that it has a split-key layout. The split-key layout provides
great comfort ability for users. Otherwise, this keyboard is basically an
ordinary keyboard with small amount of Hot Keys. I tend to think this keyboard
holds its classical view.
Pros: Attractive & Stylish, Cordless, USB compatible (mouse and keyboard), Palm rest included, Optical cordless mouse, Customizable Keyboard and Mouse buttons
Cons: Life expectancy of the batteries is sometimes two times shorter for gamers, Rechargeable batteries are not included, Mouse is not for left hand users, The optical light on the mouse is not in the middle, Buttons are a bit louder when pressed than other Logitech keyboards, Not many Hot Keys, Expensive ($99.99 USD)