Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Desktop MK300
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the only keyboard that works with a KVM Switch :)
8 October 2013
Summary: great keyboard.. it is the only keyboard that I am able to use with the KVM switch and still stay wireless.. I have tried to come up with multiple solutions and none work .. this keyboard saves the day... and it is comfortable and function worthy ...
Excerpt: Keyboards and mouses are essential parts of a desktop computer, non essential if your desktop is a touch screen. The Logitech MK 300 Keyboard and mouse bundle is a great set up. By plugging in a USB receiver into the back USB slot of your computer you can sync your keyboard and mouse with that receiver and volia your keyboard and mouse are now wireless .
Excerpt: I bought this keyboard and mouse set from Staples a few months ago. I currently use it with my laptop, and it works great. It was on sale at an affordable price of about $35. I'm very happy with this purchase because I do feel like I can type faster on this keyboard than on my laptop. The keyboard uses 2 AAA batteries and the mouse uses 2 AA batteries. So far I have not needed to change them, so the battery life seems to be holding up well.
Excerpt: I first received these with my purchase of a 24 inch monitor from Dell and they were thrown in there for free. My previous experiences with wireless keyboards and mice were not pleasant (connectivity issues, keyboard would work every now and then, etc) and I was not expecting much from these either, but I was really surprised. The setup for these speakers were very easy and once I got these things going I was really happy with it.
Excerpt: The MK 300 is one of the cheapest ways to get a wireless input system for your computer. A lot of people these days prefer wireless because it creates less of a mess and because it is part of the modern sleek look that people look for in value. With this Logitech wireless desktop MP3 hundred set you can achieve that and you can do it at a very low price. The keyboard functions fine there is nothing wrong with it.
The MK300 is good buy for low priced wireless computing
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am a power computer user, but I refuse to pay for items that have tons of frills, if they will never get used. When I purchased my latest workstation, I needed a keyboard and mouse that was reliable and featured USB connections, rather than PS/2. Searching around I narrowed it down to a Dell Set or this Logitech Set. The logitech won on price, but my previous experience with their battery life left me a little leary.
The Logitech MK 300 is a nice set with a few problems.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This keyboard and mouse combo is a decent set. The keyboard is comfortable and well laid out. I like the face that the mouse is a tad smaller than the average desktop mouse. They have built a whole bunch of extra keyboard and mouse functions into this set. That would be great, except for the 2 problems I have with this wireless set. The first is the wireless connectivity isn't that great.
Great wireless keyboard and mouse for someone on a budget.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Overall, it's a great keyboard and mouse set. My only complaint is the lack of features on the mouse - I prefer 5 button mice. Haven't had any issues with the performance of either item. The mouse and keyboard seem very well made. They have a nice design - very sleek looking. The mouse is decently comfortable. Neither the mouse nor keyboard are "ergonomic", but I wasn't looking for something ergonomic when I purchased these.
Summary: I was looking for an inexpensive wireless keyboard and mouse combo to use at my office to eliminate some of the wire clutter. This combo has been excellent for me and definitely keeps my desk neat and tidy. I don't know about the range on it because the receiver is no more than 2 ft away. But for me who is a perfectionist and likes nice things, this was definitely an excellent choice.