Summary: If your wifi network uses 2.4GHZ I would not recommend this mouse/keyboard combination be used. Instead grab the MS combo which works without issue.
Cons: This wireless mouse and most of Logitechs wireless mice use the 2.4GHZ frequency to operate. If you have a wifi network or other electronic devices that use the 2.4GHZ frequency you will experience random sever lag between both the mouse and keyboard due to interference between the devices over t...
Summary: I thought my issue was with 2.4GHz frequency interference, except it locks up instead of lagging badly. I replaced the battery the first time and then it froze a couple of days later. I tried new drivers, reinstall drivers, install Logitech software, different USB ports, even usb 3 ports, etc.
Summary: I was worried about buying a refurbished product, but to be honest, I would never guess that it was. Looks brand new, and feels brand new. Keyboard takes 2 AA and mouse takes 1 AA, which are not included. I would recommend this to anyone looking for an inexpensive wireless keyboard/mouse combo.
Pros: - Inexpensive - Nice feeling mouse with 'rubber' sides - Responsive mouse - Easy typing - Media keys and responsive keyboard
Cons: - Refurbished (Though, it looks brand new to me) - Keys are a little "shaky", but not an issue - Would be nice if it was a "quieter" keyboard, but still not a big issue
Summary: If you do purchase one, attempt to move as far as possible from the receiver. This may minimize the lag issues. Otherwise, I recommend the Logitech K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard, which is small but fantastic.
Pros: Sturdy build quality. This is a good looking and good feeling keyboard and mouse combo. Not too heavy, it'll let you sit in a chair and use the PC from across the room. Great if you use a TV as your monitor, like I do. Got this for sale for $15, so that's one consolation.
Cons: Horrendous and well documented lag issues. Check the Logitech forums and you'll see numerous users asking if their keyboard needs to be RMA'd. Nope. That's just how it behaves. It seems that if the keyboard is too close to the receiver, the system will frequently queue up keystrokes and then spit...
Summary: I am a big fan of Logitech products and have used them for years, but in this case I would move on to the next product. A quick google search will tell you that numerous people have the same issue with this combo and Logitech has never addressed it.
Pros: Decent appearance, build quality is on par with other Logitech products. Nice keys and mouse is a decent size unlike some of the other combos.
Cons: This combo works on the 2.4ghz band and it has constant interference with other electronics such as phones and wi-fi signals. I have purchased 6+ of this combo for the office only to find out they all have interference issues and constantly lag and stutter. I am 2 feet from the usb reciever and t...
Excerpt: I've always been partial to Logitech KBs and track balls. The connection with the receiver worked instantly on Win10 w/ no issues. Later I also bought the trackball and it connected easily as well.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features, Works On Any Surface
Summary: The small receiver was located inside the mouse and it worked perfectly when I plugged it into USB 3.0 port on my computer. Both the keyboard and mouse paired up automatically without any effort on my part.
Pros: The keyboard is large enough that you can type comfortably for extended periods of time. The keyboard has a natural wrist rest at the bottom of the unit unlike most other keyboards in this price range. I originally purchased this keyboard from a big box store last year and I like it so well that ...
Cons: None that I can think of, unless you would consider the missing batteries as a con. I did not because you never know how long batteries have been sitting on the shelf when you get the merchandise. I usually replace the batteries that were shipped with fresh batteries that I purchased anyway.