Nice keyboard and mouse set for those who wants freedom around PCs
11 March 2012
Excerpt: I'm not the type to fuss about whether my keyboard is wireless or not. However, I have this bad habit of eating and using my computer at the same time, which as you might have guessed led to spilling of drink on my old keyboard. As a result, the keys became very sticky and impossible to type some alphabets. This ultimately had me looking around shops and online for keyboards. The product I ended up buying is the Logitech wireless desktop MK250 keyboard.
Summary: This is a great combination and haven't had any bother with it since purchase. The on/off switches on both devices are really handy. A comfortable keyboard to use and the FN key feature is great! The mouse could be slightly larger for comfort (I don't have large hands) but otherwise does the job well. A superb product and nearly perfect!
Excerpt: Logitech is one of the big players in the home computing peripheral industry. Over the years I have owned disk drives, zip drives, mice, Keyboards and webcams, all manufactured by Logitech. I have never had any problems with these devices and the same can be said with this keyboard/moue combination. Wires are increasingly becoming a thing of the past and this will eliminate two wires from your desktop.
Excerpt: This review is of the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK250 pack, which consists of a wireless keyboard and mouse. I've tried a wireless keyboard in the past, but found that as I typed quite quickly, the response was too slow and some letters were missed out. So after a gap, I thought that I would try this Logitech keyboard, as it appeared to have had good reviews and was a reasonable price.
Summary: Great product. The keyboard, mouse and wireless dongle all arrived on time in perfect condition. Once I logged on to my PC (Windows 7) and plugged the dongle in, it was working within 5 seconds with no problems. After that, the PC only had to be turned on for the keyboard and mouse to work, so I could use the to log on.
Summary: I bought this because I was fed up with keyboard and mouse wires getting tangled up behind my desk. It was cheap, so I thought it would be OK for a trial, but expected that I might buy something more expensive if it worked. However, the keyboard and mouse are absolutely brilliant. I'm using them on a Windows 7 64-bit system and there was no problem at all in the system detecting them.
Summary: I've had mine running for almost 2 years of gaming and internet stuffs, and I have only just had to replace the batteries on the keyboard for the first time. Nice for typing, and I don't notice any lag. Mouse is acceptable, but is heavily outshone by my Mx518.The range is quite short, and prone to interference, with may be the problem the others were having, all in all, great value set.
Summary: I have been using a keyboard for many hours each day for about twenty years and although I am not a trained typist I am pretty fast and accurate with a keyboard. This keyboard is a real star for the price, albeit limited in extra function keys. The mouse is a bit of a let down but it works ok and for the price the set is recommended. Pros Easy to install: Worked straight out of the box with no software installation required.
I like this keyboard and with it being cheap makes it even better
15 September 2010
Excerpt: Logitech have for a while been a very reputable company and with me having a few of their products when I was in the market for a new keyboard these were the company that I looked for. By offering customers a wireless keyboard they are making things so much easier which is what I wanted. After having a look at what it offered I decided to make the purchase as the price was pretty good aswell.