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Logitech Cordless Desktop S510


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  • Box Contents - Logitech S 510 cordless keyboard, Logitech LX5 cordless mouse, USB RF mini-receiver with USB stand
  • Status LED indicators and long battery life
  • MediaLife Software
  • Optical mouse with Tilt Wheel plus Zoom
  • Thin, sleek, flat screen styling
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Product Description

Logitech Cordless Desktop S510 KeyBoard & Mouse, Black/Silver The Cordless Desktop S510 is a perfect matchwith today's flat screen systems. Includes innovative ultra-flat keyboard design, plus advanced optical mouse with tilt wheel. Features: * Programmable F-Keys: Launch your favorite applications with a single touch. Keys are preset to frequently used commands - and can be easily re-programmedto fit your own preferences. * Status LED indicators and long battery life: Keyboard and mouse include convenient LED battery status for smart power management. * Batteries will last up to 6 months or more. LED status indicators flash red for 10 days before batteries need to be replaced. * Optical mouse with Tilt Wheel plus Zoom: Fast - consistent performance and more freedom of movement. Scroll pages top-to-bottom or side-to-side - and zoom into and out of documents quickly. * Media controls with new Shuffle hotkey: Easily access your digital music and photos. Shuffle for a random music mix. * Thin - sleek - flat screen styling: The unique low-profile design maximizes comfortwhile typing and includes a built-in palm rest. *One-touch controls are well integrated: Low-profile - Zero-Degree Tilt design maximizes comfort. * Connect to your notebook or even your PS/2: USBfor instant connectivity and notebook readiness.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 3.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AY2L3U
  • Item model number: 967557-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2005

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I have nothing but good things to say about this product.
David H.
Keyboard and mouse combo feel great, the keys are pretty quiet and very easy to type on.
A. Munro
The keys push down nicely so you feel like you're typing with a regular keyboard.
jy24

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn Hassett on December 13, 2006
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I returned two other wireless keyboards because the ergonomics were poor. This is a work of art, the keys type to perfection. It does take some getting used to, in comparison to my old logitech wired keyboard. The keys are slightly closer together. It's very light weight, slim and the design is just awesome.

One small complaint about the mouse, the scroll buton clicks rather loudly. Other that the mouse works great. I could say that the mouse is on the cheap side, but that may be too harsh a remark.

I would have (should have) bought this keyboard first, but the photo confussed me. I was not sure about the silver edge that ramps down. I thought it was going to ramp down too much, and that it would be too large. It's not too large for me, but could be a problem for some.

I am very fussy when comes to keyboards, and if you are like me, you will never hit 100%. I am giving this one 10 stars and rating it 95%.
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47 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Omar Siddique VINE VOICE on May 9, 2006
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I've been an avid computer hobbyist and professional for more years than I like to discuss, so I've used a lot of keyboards in my time (and used them heavily). As a result, I'm very picky about my keyboards.

In the search for a new "favorite" keyboard, I tried this S510 and found it mediocre. Although it comes in a keyboard/mouse combo, my interest was solely in the keyboard. I found the key spacing and size a little bit odd (eg, the distance from cursor keys to "enter" or the size and placement of "delete"). A bigger problem is the built-in wrist-rest. It's too large to properly pair with a normal wrist-rest, but too short (and the upward swell too close to the keyboard) to use it without a separate wrist-rest. So ergonomically it doesn't work for me at all. If you have very small hands or a very thin wrist-rest this may not be a problem for you. All of that combined with a defect in my model (a bad contact under the letter "A") led me to return this product.

That all being said, this is quite a lot better than the average, say, Dell keyboard that ships with a new PC. The Logitech software is as good as ever, the setup is quick and painless, this RF model has no transmission speed problems that I noted, and the keyboard is attractive and stylish. But if you're buying new, consider the Logitech MX3000 or Logitech dinovo instead.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. Leach VINE VOICE on January 7, 2008
This is not a top end set, but the price isn't top end either. For me, it does exactly what I want it to do . . . work reliably. I have never had a problem with reception on either component, and the battery life is astounding. If you are looking for wireless at the "entry level" price, you can't go wrong here.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By P. Scott Pope TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 5, 2006
After purchasing both a DiNovo keyboard and a Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 6000, I have changed my opinion of the S510. After some time, the keys on the S510 seemed to get sluggish (or is something I am just imaging after trying superior alternatives). Both the DiNovo and Microsoft 6000 are superior products. My typing is much faster on either. Additionally, I feel far less fatigued than when typing on the S510, which requires too much force to depress the keys.

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After multiple food-related injuries to my laptop, I decided to transition to a separate keyboard and monitor. At the conclusion of an extensive search, I settled on the Logitech Wireless S510. Although I returned one keyboard and have had a few issues with the second, I am happy with my purchase.

Despite being a wireless enthusiast, I was a bit skeptical of wireless keyboards. As I multitask to an extreme degree, I avoid any performance-limiting features in my computer products. My primary concern was response delay. This was unfounded as the keyboard-receiver combination provides a very fast response. Interference has been very limited.

The S510 is an all-around great keyboard and ergonomic mouse combination. The aesthetics are nice and the features are excellent. While I don't use the additional media function keys (volume, zoom, music controls, etc), these should be valuable for many users. My primary motivation in purchasing this keyboard to keep my laptop away from spills and dust that will ruin the laptop and foul the keyboard. This keyboard obviously solves those problems. Its design also nicely complements my 24" Dell monitor.

For those of you who are sensitive to the tactile response, there are few characteristics of this keyboard that will be of interest.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. R. Simmons VINE VOICE on February 2, 2007
I was ready to steer clear of Logitech keyboards after my disaster with the Di Novo Media Desktop Laser. I have way too much clutter from chords on and around my desk, and I was looking for a way to diminish the wires. The battery issue was not attractive to me, as I was used to wired keyboards and not having to worry about buying batteries for anything. But the benefits of the risks outweighed the costs, so I decided to give wireless keyboards one more chance.

My first foray into the wireless keyboard world was the HP Wireless Keyboard and Mouse. It was okay...some of the buttons did not work well, and then there was the mouse (**sigh of disgust**). In the end, for a user of advanced wireless keyboards, I was sorely disappointed by the lack of definitive features. It was okay as an introductory wireless keyboard, but nothing amazing.

Then I tried the Di Novo. I am happy that I was able to get my Computer working after that one. It was RIDICULOUSLY expensive, and I was unable to get it to work. I returned it in a day. I was sorely disappointed. I LOVED the look of it, and I wanted the wrist rest, as well as the laptop-style of the keyboard and the keys. Laptop keys have usually been easier for me to use than traditional PC keyboards, and I wanted a Keyboard/Mouse combo that was stylish, comfortable, full-featured, and economical.

I saw this keyboard combo at my local electronic store, and I got to experience the feel of the keys, as well as handle the mouse, the receiver, and make my decision as to whether or not this set was worth the money. I decided that I was worth the try, and I got it at a great price.

The set up was not that hard--the only issue for me was that the SetPoint software took awhile to install.
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