Excerpt: I’m extremely impressed with the quality and performance of my new wireless keyboard and mouse. Since the connection to the computer is a laser-based wireless system, the keyboard NEVER Misses a key which I have pressed.
Summary: This is a premium keyboard and mouse set (price wise), but it felt distinctly low end unfortunately. As other reviewers have commented, design is given higher importance than quality or usability. The key cap markings started to wear off really quickly which looks naff and the keys are not full size. The rubber dome key action isn't very good either, it feels like a laptop keyboard. The small media keys had a super cheap action on them which made using them hit and miss.
Summary: Have used this now for about two years, and am generally satisfied with the product. My biggest gripe however is the sides of the mouse are covered in a thin film of plastic designed to make the mouse surface matte instead of shiny, however this is easily scuffed and after two years of heavy use the film is peeling away all over both sides, quite disgusting really. Also as mentioned by another user after two years the keycaps on the keyboard are more or less worn out.
Poor keycap printing lets down otherwise good product
5 January 2011
Summary: The keycap printing started to wear off after a few months of use, meaning I was typing blind. Boy did the number of spelling mistakes increase! Apart from that it's a good product, but it had to go back. I couldn't recommend it for that reason alone.
Summary: Seemed to work OK for a few days then started to get repeated characters and keys just not responding. Searched the logitech forums (something I wish I'd done before buying) to find that I was far from alone with this problem. I have tried all the solutions posted, ie new batteries, draining the keyboard, moving the USB port but I'm coming to the conclusion that this kit was a waste of money. I'm running Windows 7 64bit.
Summary: came as part of my xps package good for gaming, programmable mouse especially so but... from the start, the zoom keeps getting triggered accidentally. and worst of all, two years later (without really heavy use) - the keys are now quite "sticky", and are slow compared to my touch type speed. result is i'm forever miskeying, which is not something i usually do.
Summary: I have had this keyboard and mouse for about 9 months and I cant fault it. It was easy to install, the keys are very responsive, I had problems with one of the back leg/supports and asked Logitech if I could buy a pair of replacements, they were brilliant and replaced the whole thing, this is the best customer service I have had from any company ever.
Summary: The product looks good, compact and is well laid out with one exception The exception is the dynamic search and zoom slde on the left of the keyboard. When carrying out 'relaxed' typing my litle finger drifts into that area and the slide is very sensitive and changes the size of the area I'm typing in. Irritating but something I'm going to need to train myself out of. In all other respects the keyboard is the best I've used.
Summary: I had this bundled in with my Dell XPS420 back in and it had been performing excellently over the years until. Keyboard + Cup of Tea = Disaster! I can't blame the keyboard for the end results. In my haste to get back up and running I purchased the MS Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 Keyboard + Mouse combo from a well known PC store. Microsoft CSD-00006 Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000 Keyboard The 5000 is a fine package, but I miss the MX3200 mouse buttons.