Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave
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Logitech® MK550 Cordless Desktop Wave by
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: Purchased to replace same make and brand which developed stikey keys. Am working with mfg. to resolve that problem since keyboard hhas 5 year warranty. Have been very pleased with unit for the past couple of years, easy to install.
Excerpt: The keyboard has a very nice feel. The touch is responsive and quite.Two small concerns. The software must be downloaded and there are no indicator lights for the Caps/Numbers locks. Mouse is very nice. Scrolls well and the forward/back keys work very quickly and the feel of the mouse is comforting.
Excerpt: The only thing I really dislike is that it does not show "caps on" with a light. As another reviewer mentioned, the same applies to NumLock, but I hardly use that feature.Originally I went shopping because I wanted a lit keyboard, I somehow missed that this one was not. Not a big deal, it's still money well spent.
Excerpt: This "WAVE" keyboard is fabulous. The keys are very responsive and the layout of the keyboard makes typing much more fluid. There are handy one-touch quick keys for Music, Photos, Calulator, Documents and more.The mouse has great control and the programmable keys are a bonus. The only reason I did not give the MK550 a 5 star rating is due to the fact that there is no indication when either the Num Lock or Caps Lock keys are enaged or disengaged on the keyboard.
Excerpt: I needed an external keyboard for my laptop at work. The flow of the keys is very comfortable and both keyboard and mouse were easy plug'n'play, like I would expect from Logitech. My only complaint is that the hand/wrist resting area is titled at an odd angle that can occasionally be uncomfortable.
Excerpt: I am left-handed. I have bee so from birth. Left-handed people need a mouse designed for left-handed people. We represent about 10% of the population that's 35 million people. Other than the above it is a fine product, especially for right handed people...
Excerpt: Recently had my MS ergonomic keyboard fail on me. Went looking for the exact replacement and its no longer made. Just my luck? Learn to love something and they changed it, kind of like Windows 7 vs Windows 8.1... uugh I hate new learning curves. Found this Logitech keyboard which was similar although the keys are now closer together and I had grown accustomed to the angle and split of the QWERTY keyboard.