Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 Laser
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"Ehhhh. Keyboard and mouse lack a quality feel."
11 August 2010
Pros: Lots and lots of features. Not sure I need or know how to use them all but just about anything you can think of is there. Nice USB plug in as well.
Cons: For the dollars spent I expected a much sturdier feel to both pieces. For some reason I also have a very difficult typing with the keyboard. The keys are flat and appear to feel a littel smaller than my last keyboard. Lots of mis- hits when typing.
"Attractive setup that suffers from a picky receiver"
Dr NiZ, CNET
17 May 2010
Pros: Well laid out, attractive, responsive (at first), less expensive than some other brands
Cons: Receiver is very fickle despite distance the older it gets (this problem is all over the Logitech forums), Missing context menu button (right-click menu), top layer on rubber areas peels after 6 months of use
"Massive, hard to use monster eating your batteries"
11 February 2010
Pros: Dynamic zoom - funny button VOIP function buttons media buttons
Cons: 1. Keyboard ergonomic what can harm your hands 2. Nonstandard END button 3. Too dark and no illumination, you cannot see buttons at evening 4. Very HARD and insensitive buttons - you just can use the keyboard !!!! 5. Massive battery consumption
Cons: The dynamic search and zoom bar on the far left is the worst thing ever created. It will zoom or shrink even if your shirt sleeve hits it. I've tried to lower the sensitivity but doesn't help. Enough of an issue that I'm replacing this keyboard.
Excerpt: "The mouse is fine but I don't like the keyboard. Perhaps if it had come with a manual to explain all of the buttons I would like it more but for general use, it's just too complicated. When I'm typing I often rest my left hand on the left hand side of the keyboard but on the MX3200 it then brings the Dynamic Search and Zoom feature into play and it beeps and can make photos reduce in size, even if you don't want that. At other times my hand has ...
Pros: Wireless works well
Cons: Too many complicated buttons and poor visibility on keys