Summary: At $170, the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX5500 Revolution is far from being a bargain basement offering. It’s probably more than what most people are willing to spend on a wireless desktop set, so you would think that Logitech would step it up a notch or three to justify the higher asking price.
Pros: MX Revolution mouse is a pleasure to use, Bluetooth connection possibly eliminates need for USB dongle, Quiet keyboard, Always-on LCD display has handy calculator function, Bulletproof Logitech build quality
Cons: MX Revolution mouse is old news, Not worth the current MSRP, Keys can feel a little mushy to some users, Keyboard is nothing special, especially at this price, Bluetooth USB dongle doesn’t stow away into the mouse or keyboard
Excerpt: If the Logitech diNovo Media Desktop costs more clams than you want to shell out, check out the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth. It has the same Bluetooth features as the diNovo—without the MediaPad or the artistic design.
Summary: Before I get into my findings and such, I want to take a minute and show you the LCD screen and its functions.
The LCD screen has six preset programs. The first is date and time. The second one is media, which shows the current media playing and the length of the track.
Excerpt: Over the past year or two we have seen a steady progression in the quality of design put into desktop kits. Keyboard and mouse bundles have been around for a long time but the high-end products that we have been seeing recently are really setting themselves apart from simple tools for text input and...
Conclusion: Simply put, the Logitech MX5500 Revolution Cordless Desktop is a great product really does revolutionize the keyboard/mouse experience. Both the keyboard and the mouse have an innovative design that works well, and the cordless Bluetooth technology works flawlessly.
Logitech MX5500 Revolution Bluetooth Keyboard/Mouse Set
1 March 2008
Conclusion: We have been following pretty much every new cordless laser set releases from Logitech since 2005. As Logitech releases a new set every year, we are generally very impressed with pretty much all of them -- what makes it truly interesting is that, despite the fact that they are 'just' keyboards and...
Summary: This is a near perfect mouse and
keyboard combination. The mouse is rechargeable and has Bluetooth technology.
The keyboard and the mouse have buttons that could never be thought of being on a
mouse or keyboard. The only significant downside to this combination is that is
Pros: Stylish, Cordless, USB compatible, Multimedia buttons and
functions are very nicely designed, Changing volume by a dial, Palm Rest detachable, Customizable Keyboard and
mouse buttons, Rechargeable (mouse), INav wheel which offers
switching between applications, Warning light (mouse), Doe...
Cons: Keyboard doesn't contain a
sleep button, Mouse not for left hand