- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 967418-0403
- Keyboard Description: QWERTY
- Color: Black
- Width: 20.5 inches
Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 700
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- Ultra-flat profile with Zero-Degree Tilt
- Unique keyboard controls
- The cordless optical mouse features Tilt Wheel Plus Zoom
- Rechargeable convenience
- Secure, high-performance cordless
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What's in the Box
Logitech Cordless LX 700 Keyboard, Logitech Cordless Click! Plus Rechargeable Optical Mouse, Receiver/charging base, AC power supply, USB to PS/2 adaptor, 2 AA NiMH rechargeable batteries, 2 AA alkaline batteries, Quick-Start Guide, and CD with software, comfort guidelines and Help Center
Top Customer Reviews
Second of all, this keyboard has to be one of the most attractive keyboards that I've ever seen. It's beautifully crafted, feels very solid, and offers a wide range of functionality at your finger tips.
And finally, this keyboard has an incredibly tactile feel. The keys feel "just right" in the sense that the key strokes are not too long and not too short, the buttons have a gentle, responsive feel, and some of the peripheral keys are well placed.
It's clear that a lot of thought went into the design of this keyboard and mouse and it shows. I recommend this for anyone looking for an attractive, comfortable wireless keyboard.
Some keyboards have high sitting keys that take extra time and effort to push down. The height here is just right. You can fly with this one. It is also lightweight. I have been using a corded Logitech, and it is heavy.
The features are great as well. The audio presets, with a large master volume control are great. The convenient scroll wheel, and up and down paddles off to the left are convenient. I am still learning all of the features built in.
What really rocked my boat, was when I saw it in Office Max, it was priced at half again as much money as it sells for here in Amazon. On top of that, no tax, and free shipping. Buy it.
The one final consideration is that the laser model is out, and it is sporting a lithium battery, but it is twice the money. The LX700 comes with a NMhd, which was all the rave a year ago. The charging/receiving station is convenient, and does a great job. When I am done using the computer, I put the mouse in the charging station. No problem. The keyboard takes a couple of regular batteries and will last for months. Once again, no problem.
Pertaining to the comments about joining the LX700 for the better price, and then buying the stand-alone laser mouse, and then having two mice, is an error. The receiving/charging station is necessary to run the keyboard as well. So you can't switch them around, unless they are receiving on the same channel.Read more ›
The mouse is also sleek and the base unit does not take a long time to charge (when I installed the unit for the first time, I had a full charge in less than 20 minutes).
Before buying this combo, I searched a lot on the Internet to find a list of buttons that are available on the keyboard/mouse; but did not find, so I am going to list it on this review, hoping it helps someone:
- Close Window, Switch between active windows, Enter
- Scroll up & down on page, and a track mouse
- Zoom out and zoom-in
- My Documents, My Music, My Pictures
- Burn CD/DVD (works with Media Player 10 only)
- Record sound (works with Media Player 10 only)
- Media (opens your chosen player - winamp, realone, etc)
- Next track, Previous Track, Play/pause, stop
- Mute, Volume control, Eject CD/DVD player, play remote (works with very few players - yet to find out).
- Presets (configurable buttons - 3 buttons)
- Email (works with most clients)
- Messenger (Works with most common messengers - yahoo, msn, aol tried)
- Status change (changes status on messenger - away, offline, etc)
- Webcam (works with logitech webcams ONLY)
- Calculator, Sleep
- FMode - allows you to open word, excel etc easy to use
- Zoom/Scroll with tilt
- left and right-click
- back and forward buttons
- change active window
- charge indicator
A couple reviewers posted some confusion about the audio preset buttons: just load a playlist or streaming radio station in Windows Media Player, and hold down the audio preset button for a few seconds to map that playlist or station to that button. It's in the help file. duh.
The range is also more than adequate. Some folks complain about bad range but chances are they've got the receiver sitting right next to other electronic devices like a monitor or computer...place it a couple feet away and you'll easily get a good 7-10 foot range. I sit on a couch about 6' from the receiver, looking at a 120" diagonal projected computer image on the wall and it works awesome. Life is good.
There is some keyboard lag though. If you're into FPS's, this may be an issue for you. Testing with KeyboardTest ([...]) shows a 20-40 millisecond lag compared to a wired keyboard. You won't notice it at all typing in Word or surfing the web, but if you're a real twitchy Quake 3 player, the difference is definitely noticeable. It's playable, just takes some getting used to. On slower paced FPS games like FarCry, it's not bad at all. To be fair, all rf wireless keyboards I've tried (Microsoft, other Logitech keyboards) have this lag. Nature of the beast I guess. I wonder if Bluetooth is any better.
I cannot attest to the mouse, as I've not yet used it...I got an MX1000 prior to this and wasn't about to ditch it and downgrade to the one this keyboard came with. The LX700 receiver is 100% compatible with the MX1000 mouse.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had this set for years and it is still going strong. Great keyboard set.Published 2 months ago by TheLaw
Seller tested this pre-owned unit prior to shipping and even sent additional photos. I'm replacing the same Logitech unit that I had used for years until the receiver quit... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Discriminating Consumer
One of the best keyboard & mouse combinations I have ever owned or used. Has very good range and has stood the test of constant daily use over a VERY long time. Read morePublished on December 9, 2013 by Darkonus
No cords! An absolutely great product from Logitech. Keyboard offers everything possible, including features that are the mouse has... Read morePublished on June 9, 2013 by Dee
I've owned this KB/Mouse Combo Set for 5-6 years and just can't get over why they haven't made any upgraded models to this one. Don't get me wrong, I love it. Read morePublished on February 5, 2011 by Rob Melone
I have been using a Logitech LX700 since June, 2005, and I have a recurring problem with the keys either not printing at all or repeating the same letter across the page. Read morePublished on August 2, 2008 by DJ
I have had 2 of these keyboards, one at work and one at home, and made the mistake of buying a Microsoft unit for my wife at her work. Well let me tell you what a mistake. Read morePublished on January 4, 2008 by Daniel J. Oneill