Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 5500 Revolution
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Value for money 8
Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth
28 January 2004
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
very expensive. This combination is recommended to anyone who desires a high
quality keyboard and mouse combination with the latest technology.
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), Does not overcharge, Charging the mouse for 10
minutes will last the mouse batteries for a few days., Light that tells the user if
F-Lock is on or off on the receiver, Blue...
Cons: Keyboard doesn't contain a
sleep button, Mouse not for left hand
Conclusion: The mouse included in the package is Logitech’s MX 900 which is a Bluetooth version of it wired MX 500 cousin. Again the mouse is jam packed with additional buttons to play with. You’ve got two thumb buttons that allow backwards and forwards actions which are particularly useful for web surfing. There’s also two quick scroll buttons for slightly faster scrolling than the wheel.