Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave Pro
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13 February 2011
Summary: Bang for your Bucks
Pros: Love the keyboard and mouse set. Got it cheap to use with my HP dv5t when I am in my dorm room. Media/volume/zoom keys are useful. Wave design is unique.
Cons: A little big. You can tell when the signal is bad mouse does not respond but using the USB extension cord solves the problem most of the times. Feels like I am typing slower when compared to laptop keyboard
Summary: Overall, a well worth the money, Wave keyboard and MX1100 mice is one of the best quality desktop pair out there. Once you get used to the nice and comfy curvy keyboard, you would not want to go back to any other keyboards.
Pros: Cordless, very comfortable and high quality all around! Easy to customize controls with F function keys. The CD that comes with this allows you to set your own macros to various programs, and disable buttons. MX1100 rechargeable mouse has most of the benefits of the MX Revolution with none of the weaknesses.
Cons: There are only 2 weakness that I can possibly think about and they are not too big of a deal. One, the keys a little bit loud after some use. Two, the keyboard could be lit, but both of these are not a big deal and would be nice to have.
Summary: Both Keyboard and Mouse is a amazing combination and is amazing quality, what is dis appointing is the lack of Mac support for which i purchased. Need a hack to be applied to make it partially complaint. After the hack both Muse and Keyboard works partially. Supplier was very prompt to supply the kit well ahead of time. Thanks to Amazon for price drop which worked out cheaper.
Summary: Having killed my last one I think gaming (Microsoft 7000 job) I was more than happy to replace it with the same thing. Lucky for me the cheapest on here was out of stock so digging around and having read some reviews of that magical beast the interweb thingy I plunged in bought it. I'm no stranger to the Logitech brand and have the THX certified surround system (buy that too it's fab)so I trust the brand.
Summary: As always Logitech have produced a top of the range product that works well. The mouse battery life is fantastic and take no time at all to fully recharge. The keyboard layout is first class. If you need a replacement keyboard and mouse, then this is the one for you.
Summary: The price of this keyboard/mouse combo might seem excessive but it is really worth every penny. The description on Amazon states it as being just a keyboard but thereis also a mouse. The keyboard has so many programable keys, it should keep you busy assigning them. the mouse is unusual in that there are no batteries in it, it is rechargable via a usb socket. Nice and sturdy, should last a few years and is the best keyboard/mouse combo that I have ever had.
Summary: I find the keyboad very comfortable in use. The slightly soft pad at the base is great for my wrist, and the keys feel nice when typing. The mouse is a dream to use. I particularly like the choice of ratcheted or free moving on the scroll wheel. I bought this product when my first choice (a microsoft combo) was faulty. This is more expensive, but worth every penny, for the amount of use it gets. I have had no problem with the wireless whatsoever.
Summary: an excellent product. typical logitech quality. you soon adjust to the wave shape of the key board, and the keys have a nice feel and a positive action in use. cant comment on battery life yet as ive only had it a few weeks. the mouse is a joy to use and has got to be the most ergonomic ive used to date, (tho' as others have said it is 'right' handed in design), the buttons (8 in total) all fall easily under your fingers making them comfortable to use, and are...
Summary: Having just pensioned off my last Logitech keyboard which has lasted me over 10-years, the latest Wave Pro keyboard is of the same excellent quality. Once you have got used to the slightly curved keyboard, which only takes a couple of moments, you wonder why all keysboards are not designed to be so comfortable! In fact, using my laptop (which has a traditional keyboard) is actually a bit of a bind, now!