Excerpt: I am left handed and use the mouse with my left hand. The design of the mouse makes it extremely uncomfortabe to left click the mouse button. The keyboard on the other hand is comfortabe to use and feels very well made. I have an earlier Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse. The earlier model keyboard is designed with a larger delete key that makes it easier to use .
Excerpt: I love this new keyboard as it has a very nice feel to it. I also like the mouse on its design, but I just feel that the wheel on the mouse is way over sensitive for me. I just barely touch the wheel and my game board moves like crazy. Other then that, it's a good mouse too.
Excerpt: Range of wireless is excellent. Feedback on keys very good. Mouse wheel can be extremely jumpy to the extent almost unusable. After seeking solutions to this (there was no setting I could find to de-sensitize it) on the internet, I found out that there was a button on the mouse that slowed the scroll wheel down, curing the issues.
Pros: I only buy Logitech keyboards and mice for personal and business use. I like their key switches in both mice and keyboards which are much better than Microsoft's However, this set, the keys/switches are different than other Logitech. Similar typing feeling as Microsoft, soften. Not sure why, but you won't like it if you are a fan of the original Logitech
Superior fit and finish as well as operational characteristics but documentation lacking.
Robin Hood "Liberty and Justice for All", Amazon
4 August 2014
Summary: I just received and setup my new MK710 Logitech Desktop consisting of a keyboard and mouse (both wireless). Setup took less than five (5) minutes and went smoothly with one minor hitch. The very first time you use the keyboard (before the requisite and automatic system restart which occurs immediately after you logon to your computer) you might notice that the numeric keys above the QWERTY keyboard do not function.
Summary: I purchased this keyboard from HP as a replacement for several others. The keyboard functions flawlessly. I did have problems with the mouse regarding the "brake" on the roller (the little button behind the roller) not working as it was designed. It kept disengaging, letting the scrole wheel "freewheel", but that seems to have resolved itself.
Summary: Pretty expensive mouse for the length of time it works for. Probably go with a Microsoft replacement.
Pros: Good range on wireless as I sit on the other side of the room with my computer connected with HDMI to a 52 inch LED TV
Cons: Mouse left button is not working properly. Apparently from reading more reviews on the net it appears the micro switch for the left mouse button is acting up. Trying to contact Logitech warranty services is useless also.
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: Purchased this for an employee that needed a good keyboard and mouse. Unfortunately I just noticed that the letters on the keys are wearing away already and I think the keyboard is about 13 months old. I've got cheaper keyboards that are 3 or 4 years old that show no signs of the letters wearing off.
Summary: I love the features of this set, however, it just doesn't last. I've had this for a little over a year. First, within months the keys started to stick. I thought maybe it was dirty, but if that was the case, the same keys would stick. In my case, I never know which key is going to stick. I'm a programmer, so this ends up costing me lots of extra work. I'm constantly mistyping things.