Pros: Cheap price. Logitech, so the drivers work effortlessly of course.
Cons: Cheap quality. I bought two of these, one for each of my daughters. While doing a system build it irked me how cheaply made these were for Logitech products. Maybe I should have spent more. I use LX-710's for myself at work and at home for my computers. I've bought 4 of them over the years, but they quit making them. Which sucks because the Fwd Page and Back Page buttons for web page navigation are on top of the mouse and easy for my thick fingers to operate. They put...
Summary: I found only 1 flaw in Logitech Wireless Combo MK270. Every time I go get a cup of coffee and come back to the desk I remember I left the mouse on the microwave. Mice have a tail for a reason. As always with all your products I have purchased over the years I am very impressed.
Cons: Feels super cheap. The one I have is convex on the bottom, the bottom pads in the middle don't even touch the desk - until you type and then whole thing flexes and rattles. I'm not extremely picky with keyboards, but I'm replacing this. Maybe I got a messed up one?
Summary: I'm not sure how they can say it works using the 2.4Ghz stuff but my wireless internet is 2.4Ghz and it gets range 4 times better than this keyboard & mouse. The keyboard would freeze then if i hold it closer to the receiver it would unfreeze and send all my typing i had done to the computer so to fix this i ran a USB extension cord up the wall and have to receiver up high and seems to be working for now.