Summary: I know there are people out there that scoff at wireless K&M for gaming but I don't care. It works, however, this isn't a strong set for that. I'd especially recommend against usage for faster paced gaming, especially FPSes. That's just an opinion, others may be happy with it, but I have not been.
Pros: Well thought out keyboard. It can be comfortable to use. It has all the additional keys that most people need. The keyboard is the stronger point but both mouse and keyboard have drawbacks...
Cons: Prior to this K&M combo I had the S510, which I used for about 6 years and played a lot of games on. It was a work horse. I abused the hell out of both the keyboard and mouse and despite being wireless I never felt at a significant disadvantage while playing and they are still working. I am actua...
Summary: This is a good quality wireless set with some TRADITIONAL logitech quirks, such as the choppy signal issue, logitech did gave an extension cable as an ULTIMATE solution they did many times before, but i rather them solve the signal problem itself than gave me a cheap cord (AGAIN) to put the receiver...
Pros: Keystroke feels good, the size of mouse is perfect compare to the Microsoft's Comfort Desktop 5000's overlarge mouse.
Cons: Like other logitech wireless set i owned, the signal gets choppy from time to time which might be very disturbing when playing games. have to move the keyboard and mouse close to receiver, good news is there was an extension cord came with the set.
Summary: Would have been nice to be able to remove the wrist pad on the keyboard, as my keyboard tray comes with a much softer gel one. The one on the keyboard is about as soft as a poptart, and has just as much give. Spend a little more and go for an MX model, never had issues with those from Logitech.
Pros: Nice mouse, great for larger hands. Grip is smooth, but not slippery. Precise mouse movements for a lower DPI model. Keyboard has a nice ergonomic layout, not too aggressive. Nice key response. All hotkeys work with Windows 7 perfectly
Cons: Needs line of sight to work. Everything was great until I bought a bracket to mount my pc under my desk. The PC is on my left, and the mouse and keyboard are on my right and in front of me, respectively. I have to constantly power cycle both of them to regain a lost signal. If I shift everything ...
Pros: Keyboard has great feel to it. It's very comfortable to use. It also has quite a few function keys that come in handy. Key presses are fairly quiet.
Cons: I don't do a ton of gaming anymore, which is why I decided to go with a wireless keyboard. The little bit of gaming that I have done has been terrible with this keyboard and mouse. They often just stop working for 1-3 seconds. I'll be purchasing another wired keyboard, and I'll probably just end ...
Summary: it took a bit to get used to the shape of the keyboard, but it wasnt a big issue, the mouse was perfect for me. Lastly the shoulders broke real easily and thats my only complain, otherwise nice set.
Summary: I could see if I had spilled something liquid on it that it might not work properly. I had a friend spill a whole beer on his laptop. All it did was ruin a few keys. But to have the whole thing just up and die in less than 2 years? That's not cool. So I went to the big box store.
Pros: It works. Well, it worked for a year and a half.
Cons: I bought it on 1-28-2011. The keyboard stopped working sometime last night
Summary: I'm not sure about this yet. The mouse seems to work well but the keyboard is Eh... There are times when the keyboard seems to work really well but most of the time I'm waiting on the keystrokes to register.
Pros: Nice Ergo Keyboard. Comfortable Palm Rest. Wireless. Decent Range. Mouse works well.
Cons: Frequent lag time between keystroke and appearance on screen. Occasionally the letters won't even show register. A lot of interference. Almost need line of site to IR receiver.
Summary: So bought this along with my new pc. The keyboard I liked it. There is a lot of utility and battery lasts quite long. Pretty comfortable as well. The problem was the mouse. Its movement is just simply too awkward.
Pros: small and simple transmitter long lasting battery life good keyboard
Summary: I wish the cordless comfort duo was still made
Pros: -Feels great to type on (wave is probably better than the split keyboard layout), and the mouse feels good too. -As a software engineer, I love the calculator button. -Overall it is a decent keyboard and the main reason for the 3 egg rating is reception issues otherwise it would be a 5
Cons: Main issue: -The reception without the usb extension cord is far worse than Logitech's old "Cordless Comfort Duo" (own 2 and they both work great with no reception problems), and this is over a distance of about 3-4 feet. With the extension cord, I still have reception issues though they are far ...