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.
Unfortunately, as nice as the MX5500 Revolution is, it’s hard for me to say that it’s worth the price of admission.
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
Summary: The MX5500 Revolution package will set you back a pretty penny, but it offers a combination of some of the best components Logitech has to offer. If you're a heavy computer user who wants to go wireless this is a great option.
Pros: Comfortable keyboard, lots of shortcut keys, LCD display, Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity
Cons: Mouse scroll wheel a little flaky, some keys arranged awkwardly, costly
Excerpt: The keyboard in this set isn't what you would call compact or subtle. With a built-in wristrest and a glossy bump above the keys housing an LCD screen, it takes up far more room than a traditional 105-key model.
Excerpt: Il nostro sguardo verrà subito attratto da un piccolo display a cristalli liquidi di dimensione pari a 2.95 x 0.79 pollici. Il display ci mostrerà, a seconda dell'opzione che andremo a scegliere, le seguenti informazioni: