Summary: I HATE THIS KEYBOARD!! PERIOD I did not deliberately purchase this keyboard and NEVER would. Came with my new Dell XPS8500 (ordered sight unseen AND based solely on the Logitech name). I'm a huge Logitech fan and have plenty of their products, including speaker woofer combination, external speakers (2 sets) for each of my laptops. All very good. AND have misc cordless mice, and have actually worn out 2 desktop mouse keyboard combos.
Solid Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo That Just "Works"
3 weeks ago
Summary: I have owned this wireless keyboard and mouse for a little over a year now and wanted to write a review on it. PROS *The Logitech Unifying Receiver is the way to go for wireless. It does take up a precious USB port but only takes up one port instead of two. There is no Bluetooth to toggle on and off and it just works, plain and simple. *The concave keys are sweet *I uses the volume up, volume down and start and stop keys at the top all the time.
Summary: Funny i was just debating on putting up a review on this keyboard since i saw it on sale again. My gripe is with the keyboard and the new direction logitech went with the key design. After a year of usage the keys started to creak stick and have friction making it very difficult to type and causes mistakes. I have to note that my keyboard is on a pull out shelf so it's never exposed and I've never spilled anything on it, moisture, dust, etc.
Pros: Great mouse, good range, good response. Love the keyboard resting pad.
Summary: I had this keyboard for over 2 years. Got it for $99. I am very satisfied with it. If you are playing games with it, you can't go wrong with this combo. The mouse is rated one of the best wireless mouse in the market, and to attach with a very comfortable keyboard. Great buy!
Pros: Comfortable Keyboard, One of the most impressive wireless, Two wireless items that can connect with one USB, Excellent Battery Life
Cons: No adjustable DPI on the mouse., The middle button for the mouse is hard to adjust., Keyboard size is very huge
Summary: I type a lot and have experience with a variety of keyboards. This unit appears to be well made with an acceptable touch. Of course my favorite keyboards were the IBM versions from the 80's & early 90's which in my opinion were perfect. This keyboard is not even close to the old IBMs and I'd rate it as on par with what is being supplied by most manufacturers today. As with the keyboard the mouse is OK.
Summary: I won't review the mouse because there's a separate page with reviews for it, but it's a solid mouse. Something to note: In this keyboard combo, the plastic grey ring around the scroll wheel is actually chrome/metal. Got this keyboard about two years ago. Everything still works... but it's not as good as it was when it was new. Pros: Has nice features, direct media keys plus calculator button.
Summary: Bought this combo, finally replaced the stupid curved keyboard (similar to the MK550) I bought originally from HP. Love it, back to a straight keyboard, the way God intended. Plugged in and was already set-up, ready to go (even accepted my left-hand mouse setting without me having to make any manual adjustment!).
Great mouse, not-so-great keyboard for typists or developers
6 September 2013
Summary: I've owned this combo for a long time (1+ year) and I've used it for multiple things: * Programming * Gaming * Distance use My rating scale is according to the standard 5 levels: Unsatisfactory, Marginal, Satisfactory, Excellent, and Outstanding. So first, the mouse. It's awesome, that's all that really needs to be said. This is a great mouse by itself!