Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Combo MK360
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Value for money 10
21 January 2014
Summary: I have gone through several different wireless keyboards and every single one had the same exact problem, and that was sticky, hard to hit keys that would double up on letters sometimes or not even post the letter at all. I told myself that I would try one more wireless keyboard and if it gave me the same problems I would just go back to my wired keyboard but this Logitech Wireless Combo MK360 keyboard is very smooth on the key's and it is even more compact.
Summary: I deducted one star for the keyboard being a bit small and the standard layout being adjusted to allow for this. The delete and insert keys are in an odd spot so it takes some getting used to but I was pleasantly surprised when the keyboard and mouse both arrived with batteries, ready to go. This was truly plug and play on my new Windows 8 system and barring any unforeseen issues, it's definitely a "keeper".
Summary: I have been a big fan of Logitech products and when it came time to replace my mouse I was unable to as the "transmitter" for that model was not adaptable to the newer versions. I researched buying a new keyboard and mouse combination, but did not want to wait for one to come in the mail. I found this product on-line and ordered it. I picked it up the next day at my local Walmart store. It is a very easy set-up and the keyboard size if perfect for my “slide out” drawer.
Summary: We wanted a keyboard for a compact keyboard drawer. This one is perfect. The layout is close enough to a full-size keyboard that it didn't cause any frustrating "why-did-they-put-that-key-there?" experiences. The mouse is similarly compact without being overly-small. They keyboard feels good and was just right for the space.