Summary: the odds are fifty- fifty that there are at least 50 ways to maneuver your keyboard and mouse in Vancouver. gotta say- Setpoint (is this a spelling error?) works fine, except for connectivity issues in Windows XP. I have to reboot setpoint for the media to be displayed on the keyboard LCD.
Conclusion: This expensive keyboard from Logitech is for the true gamer. Its stylish design with an LCD allows you to take control of music/other options. Available in black, it comes with an impressive 3 year warranty making it an attractive option.
Conclusion: this keyboard is mainly meant for the gamers. If you are a real gamer then you can buy this one. this keyboard is really a revolution. Loads of buttons and they are very good. I can play all night games with this without paining my fingers. magnificent
Super Silent - love mouse, keyboard display and side calculator opt.
22 December 2012
Summary: Hi All, Had Logitech MK710 set before for few months. Drove me nuts. loud as anything before, despite low profile key, felt like typing cheap plastic. Sometimes working in the evenings and having lil boy asleep, I kept waking him up. MK710 - feels cheap and not worth money...
Summary: My keyboard informs me that I'm well past 2.3 million keystrokes (or have I been a third time round the counter?) so it's about time for a review. Well, longevity seems good for those employed to type heavily.
Summary: This Set is really awesome. The keyboard is really well designed and the hands can sit on it in a relaxing way. The mouse has an insane autonomy time between recharges and it also has great response time like a cabled one.