Logitech Wireless Desktop MK320 Keyboard and Mouse
Joseph A O., Overstock
29 July 2015
Summary: I purchased this for myself years ago so I didn't have to get docking station for my laptop. I then got one for my dad and she travels a lot and wires get in the way. It's easy to pick up and the ability to put ur laptop on a desk, couch, bed and be able to type and just look to you left or right to...
Summary: Overall, I'm happy with it for the price. If it came with a wired-keyboard variant, I'd buy it in a heartbeat. The only issues are with the connection (and the one kickstand which broke, but that seems to be a unique problem).
Pros: The mouse virtually always works, and seems fairly responsive. Plus, it's large, and doesn't have any back/forth buttons on the sides that you can press accidentally. The batteries do last for quite some time, as advertised, but the mouse will need new ones once every couple of months. All of the...
Cons: One of the keyboard kickstands broke within a few months of buying it. It's been held up by a stack of notecards ever since. The keyboard is also prone to losing connection to the computer, which is disappointing. It can go for a good three or four seconds (count them out - that's a long time) be...
Summary: has a good range and the battery life on this is pretty strong when it comes to time changing. doesn't have all the bells and whistles that some keyboards have, but that stuff is honestly overrated. as long as the alt and tab keys work, who cares.
Pros: good range, battery life lasts pretty good, works well for gaming
Cons: range can be greatly affected if you put it in the back of the computer, so you really want to put in the front/top.
Summary: I love this combo. Many friends are now converted. If you're tired of all those super lightweight keyboards, try this one.
Pros: It's the Logitech MK320 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard and Mouse combo It's got weight - won't fly around. Mouse is large - I like it. It's from Logitech Battery life in the kybrd is excellent, the mouse is much hungrier. Touch is light & fast. All buttons work under Linux! ;-)
Cons: Should be cheaper by now. I've been using these for >10yrs and they still cost a fortune. Some may not like the weight or mouse size, I do... Big hands & clumsy.
Cons: occasionally, like when i'm playing heroes of the storm, there is some keyboard unresponsiveness for as much as a few seconds. that can get you killed. i thought it may have been caused by interference from my mobile in between the keyboard and the receiver, but even after removing it still happe...