Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave
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Logitech® MK550 Cordless Desktop Wave
26 June 2014
Excerpt: The Cordless Wave does a fine job for what it was built to do. But there is one complaint. Logitech's high end boards seem to have a problem with the keys letters wearing off in a very short time. My wife uses this key board at least 8 hours a day. The keys that she uses frequently wear quickly, like two weeks. Cheap boards costing less than $15 least years. I was told that high end boards have a different process to put the letters on with.
Excerpt: I went in to buy a "separated" ergonomic keyboard to replace my old one. They don't carry it any more but offered this one. This one is ok but I miss my old keyboard. I'm not happy going back to a "regular" keyboard but that's just me. It has all the bells and whistles that I won't use but someone else might want all that. It's just not what I wanted.
Excerpt: It's a very comfortable keyboard and very quiet. It's also easy to set up. My major gripe is that a number of the specialty buttons (i.e. the zoom) don't work and after googling the issue it seems that a lot of people have this problem.
Excerpt: The mouse included in this set is a fine piece for everyday computing which is what this set was purchased for. Gamers, however would be severely disappointed, I'm sure. It's responsive, customizable and its large-ish size makes it comfortable to use. The keyboard is an entirely different story though. It looks and feels cheap and flimsy and there are no indicators to tell whether Caps Lock, Num Lock, etc. are activated.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up
Cons: Flimsy, Hard To See Lettering, No Indicator Lamps
Excerpt: My Microsoft wireless keyboard gave out after about five years and couldn't quickly find a Microsoft replacement. Closest to what I was used to was the Logitech combo 550. While I do like the touch and how quiet it is, Im' disappointed with the function keys. The Microsoft actually had printed on the keys what they do when holding down control, alt, etc. Logitech does not. Not liking that so much, but it is comfortable and quiet...I said that already.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up, Fast Response, Quiet