Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser
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Good wireless workhorse, occasional lost signal.
Kasey Cotulla, Amazon
20 July 2010
Summary: I have been using this mouse and keyboard combo for a couple of years now and have been very content. The battery life is good and the range works well. It is extremely hardy and gets hours of daily use, including use on a stairmaster for gaming or mp3 listening across the room. I use the side mounted functions for media player control to easily jump to a new song out of the computers mp3 library or just pause play.
Summary: I've had this mouse and keyboard set for a while now, probably close to a year and a half and must say it has been the most problem free wireless set I have ever owned. The sync is a super easy, basically just plug and go. The battery life has been excellent, I think I've replaced only twice maybe three times but if I can't remember that means that it has not been frequent.
Summary: We have purchased two of these keyboard and mouse sets for our office. They get lots of use and we have been very happy with them overall. The keyboard and mouse are both comfortable to use and have decent "extras". I love the separate volume and mute buttons at the top of the keyboard. The number pad on the keyboard is also a must in my opinion. The batteries in the keyboard last a very long time and a decent length of time on the mouse.
Summary: Could not get it to synch up. Must press little buttons at once. Finaly got an IT guy to get it to work. Then after two days it quit again. So now I am using my old plug-in stuff and the wireless keyboard and mouse are sitting in the corner. Will send back when I get time.
Summary: We have a HP Mini that we got for travel. But when my wife broke her foot, it became her primary computer for a while because our computer room is on the second floor of our home. The keyboard on the mini is just too small for serious work. I bought the Logitech cordless desktop set for her to try. She loves it! She puts a lap pillow under the keyboard with her foot up on an otterman and blazes away.
Summary: I read all of the reviews at Amazon about this keboard....My wife and I are old computer users and type well....The kebboard is quieter and more comfy than most of them out there....the mouse is nice as well....Grab one, it is like stealing when it comes to keyboards and mice...Priced just right....I would stack it up against "most" anything out there....
Summary: For the most part, I do like this combo. The infrared range is decent, and it's adjustable. I love being able to control Windows Media Center, and adjusting the size of the screen has become a must-have. The downside would be sometimes certain F keys don't work the first time I push them or they do the opposite of what they should. For example, the volume increases when I want it to decrease or turns up when I want to mute.
Summary: This cordless keyboard/mouse set is excellent!!! The keyboard works flawlessly and was ready to use w/o having to run the CD. All I had to do was put in the batteries (supplied) and plug the USB transmitter into the side of my laptop and both the keyboard and mouse were ready to use. The keyboard action takes a little getting used to as it provides tactual feedback (and a pleasant muted clicking sound) when typing, but it's a good feature.
Summary: This cordless desktop is very comfortable to use and it eliminates more cords. I haven't had to replace the keyboard batteries and I replace the mouse batteries once a year. I bought it for a good price and it's been a great buy.