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Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3000 Laser (967553-0403)


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  • Cordless keyboard and laser mouse
  • One-touch media buttons control music and video playback
  • Two-handed navigation controls let you scroll and zoom easily
  • Laser mouse features tilt wheel for unbeatable control
  • Hassle-free set-up and enhanced security features
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model: 967553-0403
  • Color Name: Black and Graphite
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 9.8 x 3.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AY649C
  • Item model number: 967553-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 25, 2005

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Enjoy cordless freedom and laser performance. The Cordless Desktop MX3000 Laser offers unmatched precision and comfort on surfaces where ordinary optical mice can't go. Control music or video playback, including playlist shuffle, right from your keyboard with the one-touch media buttons, or use the two-handed navigation controls to scroll and zoom spreadsheets, images and large documents. SecureConnect wireless technology and extended battery life add the finishing touches to a desktop that will make using your computer more personal and more exciting.

Features

  • World-class comfort featuring a Zero-Degree Tilt keyboard design.
  • Powerful two-handed navigation allows your hands to work together for more efficient computing.
  • Logitech Media Life software brings your music, photos and videos together in a single interface.
  • LED battery status indicators let you know when it's time to recharge. Sophisticated battery management technologies mean that your batteries will last up to 6 months. The keyboard and mouse both include convenient LED battery level indicators that give approximately ten days notice before your batteries need charging.
SecureConnect Technology
Pre-connected keyboard and mouse for hassle-free set-up and enhanced security, letting you use everything right out of the box without any worry or hassle.

State-of-the-art laser technology
Provides unmatched precision and control on surfaces where ordinary optical mice can't go. The unique tilt wheel allows vertical and horizontal scrolling, and CruiseControl lets you scroll long lists quickly.

Music controls
Control music or video playback, including playlist shuffle, right from your keyboard. Convenient Internet Back and Close Application buttons make navigating the Web easy.

Advanced media and navigation controls
Zoom in and out easily, and return to 100% with a single touch. The Zero-Degree Tilt keyboard design delivers a superior level of comfort without changing the way you work.

System Requirements

  • PC with Pentium processor or compatible
  • Windows 98, 2000, ME or XP (XP required for Logitech® Media Life software)
  • CD-ROM drive
  • 1 USB port or 2 PS/2 ports
Package Contents

  • Logitech® MX 3000 cordless keyboard
  • Logitech® MX 600 cordless laser mouse
  • USB / PS/2 RF receiver with 3 LEDs
  • Detachable palm rest
  • 4 AA alkaline batteries
  • CD with software, comfort guidelines and Help Center
  • Logitech® Media Life software
  • Quick Start Guide
  • USB to PS/2 adapter
  • Five-year limited warranty

Product Description

Control music or video playback, including playlist shuffle, right from your keyboard with the one-touch media buttons, or use the two-handed navigation controls to scroll and zoom spreadsheets, images and large documents. The Cordless Desktop MX3000 Laser offers unmatched precision and comfort on surfaces where ordinary optical mice can't go. SecureConnect wireless technology and extended battery life add the finishing touches to a desktop that will make using your computer more personal and more exciting. Enjoy horizontal and vertical scrolling and full zoom control. Use the forward/back buttons to quickly browse web sites and large documents, or customize the controls to fit your needs Use everything right out of the box without any worry or hassle. With Logitech's new SecureConnect technology, your wireless keyboard and mouse have been pre-connected to the receiver, providing a secure link with your computer Provides unmatched precision and control on surfaces where ordinary optical mice can't go. The unique tilt wheel allows vertical and horizontal scrolling, and CruiseControl lets you scroll long lists quickly For PC running Windows 98, 2000, ME or XP (XP required for Logitech Media Life software) / USB and PS2 connectivity

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This might be a problem for me eventually.
James Lin
The Logitech MX3000 Cordless keyboard & mouse is basically a good product.
D. Hackenbruch
The mouse and keyboard look great and are very well designed.
M. OBrien

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Maverick on December 1, 2005
I've been looking for desktop set to use with my laptop. I was thinking of an ordinary corded keyboard/mouse, RF or Bluetooth set. But with the attractive price of this MX3000 set, this is so tempting.

Connection:
This is not a Bluetooth so RF receiver is surely bigger than thumb-drive size, yet stylish design with 3 LEDs indicating cap lock, num lock and F-keys enhancement feature. Size of the receiver is not a big matter, you won't tend to carry laptop and keyboard around the house all the time anyway. Range?? I found that key board works best up to 4 feet before it fades at 5 feet. Mouse seems to work very well up to 8 feet before curser jumps around. But with this little laptop, 2 feet is far enough to see the screen. If you are not hooking the laptop up with on-the-wall huge plasma screen, you won't need farther range anyway.

Keyboard:
Nice, quiet, very solid build, plus `through holes' which implies that you could spill some coffee in and it will drain down its back. So many buttons with useful default shortcuts like zoom, scroll, side scroll, messenger, full-feature media control and many more. Don't like it? Reassign the function or disable it. Media control also works with freeware like WinAmp too. This is cool. Secured connection encrypts your data, this give you worry-free. I never have problem of echoing characters or lose control of the keys so far. Sleep mode does NOT delay the keyboard at all.

Mouse:
Nice MX600! It uses invisible infrared instead of red light but with the invisible intensity, you shouldn't look into its image sensor anyway. Mouse has about 20secs sleep timeout. There is less than half a second lag before it is reactivated. 60% of the time that scroll wheel can't reactivate it after a sleep.
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By James Lin VINE VOICE on May 7, 2006
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I just set up my MX 3000 keyboard and mouse set today and here are my initial impressions.

The keyboard:
Pros:
- Very nice, quiet, big keys. The keyboard has a great feeling to it.
- Nice big delete key and no insert key!
- Lots of media keys.
- Volume dial moves volume in very small increments.

Cons:
- Very noticeable keyboard lag when I type quickly, which is only about 80wpm. This might be a problem for me eventually. For other owners who don't believe me, just mash your keyboard very quickly and suddenly stop. You'll see characters continue to appear after you stop.
- Backspace key is noticeably farther away than my old Logitech Elite keyboard. I have to stretch a bit to reach it.
- Arrow keys are slightly lower the rest of the keys.
- All of these issues may cause problems for touch typists.

The mouse:
Pros:
- Feels just as accurate as any of the other Logitech wireless mice that I've owned over the past couple of years.
- Lots of buttons to use.
- Supposedly has great battery life and no need to constantly charge or swap batteries.

Cons:
- The design is different from the MX-700, G5, G7 series of mice. The mouse provides less support at the base of my palm and thumb. Basically, only my fingers are resting on the mouse, the rest of my hand is arched above the mouse.
- The back of the mouse doesn't have any feet or skates so the mouse will tip backwards slightly when I pull back on the mouse.

Conclusion: As I finish up this review, I think I'm going to return this set to Amazon once again. The keyboard lagged as I typed out this review. The mouse wasn't very comfortable to use. It's definitely not performing up to my standards.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By VitaMaine on April 11, 2006
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My last wireless mouse used up batteries rather quickly. I use my computer for about 10 hours a day and the MX-3000 mouse and keyboard are still going stong with original batteries after 7 weeks. The laser mouse seems very precise and the keyboard has a ton of cool features which I would use more if I didn't forget about them all the time. Overall, I'm happy with quality and value on the MX-3000.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Quagmire on March 23, 2006
I work in the electronics retail and i've used every one of the wireless keyboards from microstoft to US robotics to logitech. I'll even compare this one v.s. it's upgrade the MX5000. aside from the receiver that is a little larger than a usb adapter, i've had better range, sensitivity and more realistic performance with this one, and i only say that because other models if they lag will increase movement speed to (over)compensate, which is annoying. rockin system, rockin price, give it a try.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By N. Schweitzer on April 2, 2006
I've had the MX3000 combo for a while now and I am very pleased with it. I've owned several wireless combos from both Logitech and Microsoft, and this one has been the best so far. I enjoy the design and layout, and the keyboard is fairly quiet. The keyboard is also a zero-tilt design, meaning that it is flat. Other reviewers seem to think this is a problem, but the reason for the zero tilt is that flat keyboards are better for your wrists.

I haven't had any problems with the cursor jumping around or hiding (like some other reviewers), but those problems sound like software issues more than they do hardware defects.

I've also had no problem with the wireless range or connectivity, but you should note that these issues are highly dependent on your exact situation. Wireless interference can come from any number of sources, and a wirless combo may seem horrible in one location but work perfectly at another. My last combo was a Logitech MX300 that was almost non-functional in my office, but worked much better when I brought it to my house. The proximity to other wireless products will affect the reception of any wireless combo. If you experience problems with the wireless connectivity, you might try repositioning the receiver as far away as possible from the CPU and monitor. Otherwise, you might have to try a few keyboard mouse combos before you find one that works.
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