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Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 5000 Laser (967558-0403)
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- Connectivity - USB / PS/2
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From the Manufacturer
- Experience a performance revolution with the rechargeable MX Laser mouse. With 20x the tracking power of standard optical, the MX Laser mouse delivers record-setting performance on virtually any surface.
- Turn your PC into a Bluetooth Hub. Connecting the Bluetooth® Mini-Receiver to your PC lets you do voice over IP with a headset, transfer pictures from a mobile phone, listen to music through Bluetooth® headphones and much more.
- Set it up quickly and easily. With Logitech´s new SecureConnect technology, your keyboard and mouse have been pre-paired to the wireless mini-receiver, providing a secure link with your computer so you can use everything right out of the box without hassle.
- PC with Pentium® processor or compatible
- Windows® XP (Home, Pro, Tablet or Media Center Edition)
- CD-ROM drive
- USB port
- Dot Matrix LCD at 102 x 42 pixels (LCD supports Western characters only)
- Touch Sensitive Zone with 2 strips and 7 backlit controls
- MX Laser Engine with 800-dpi resolution and 5.8-Megapixel image processing
- Mouse with Li-ion batteries and Fast Charging Station
- Bluetooth 2.0 EDR Technology
- Support for Widcomm BTW 5.0 and Microsoft XPSP2 Bluetooth stacks
- Bluetooth Profiles: Audio Gateway, AV, Basic Imaging, Dial-up Network, File Transfer, Hard Cable Replacement, Headset, Human Interface Device, Local Area Network, Object Exchange, Serial Port, Synch
- MX 5000 keyboard for Bluetooth®
- MX 1000 Laser mouse for Bluetooth®
- USB Bluetooth® mini-receiver
- Rapid-charging base station with AC adapter
- 4 AA alkaline batteries
- CD with software, comfort guidelines and Help Center
- Quick Start Guide
- Three-year limited warranty
Top Customer Reviews
The previous version I owned was called the MX700. It was a cordless optical mouse and cordless keyboard that use FM to communicate to a base station/charging station for the mouse. They keyboards all use AA batteries. Funny thing was the first iteration of logitec keyboards took 6 batteries then they learned a little and the newer revisions only took 2.
The MX5000 brings in a few techie changes:
Laser tracking on the mouse
Added bells and whistles to the keyboard
Bluetooth communication and simpler interface to the computer
I just picked this up 4 days ago so I'm not really sure what all the extra stuff on the keyboard is for. But its back up to 4 batteries now. There is an on keyboard LCD display (non-color) that shows its status and other stuff. Lighted sliderbars and media player controls on the left side. This kit is pretty much the top of the line keyboard/mouse setup you can buy today.
Things I like:
Laser mouse tracking seems to have a higher DPI rate (accuracy) over the old MX700
Onboard mouse battery power meter
Bluetooth connection plug is much better than the old ps2/usb connectors.
Updated tilt/scroll mouse, back fwd browser nav thumb buttons.Read more ›
Then, after a couple reboots, which failed to accomplish anything (I told them I had done that at least a dozen times, but they were not convinced, apparently), I was told that "probably" it was a bad USB plug on my computer, and the company could do nothing for me.
They did not stand behind this product even a little - it was as if they knew they had a lemon on the market and didn't want to get into replacing faulty equipment. For the record, I have a keyboard plugged into that suspect USB port and it works fine.
My $150 investment in this Logitech equipment? It is in a box gathering dust in the garage as it was so undependable and spotty I couldn't continue to use it. For what I paid for it, one would think some help troubleshooting, or some offer to replace faulty equipment, might come with the price.
Logitech has lost my faith and all goodwill I felt for the company.
I'm still very partial to Logitech mice, but I doubt I'll ever buy another keyboard from the company. Bought a corded Microsoft Natural keyboard and have been impressed. This bluetooth thing for keyboards and mice just hasn't been done to its potential yet. To that end, the touch sensitive controls on this board are nothing more than a gimmick. For instance, for volume, you have to run your hand over the slider over and over to get the volume down--and there's about a second pause in between each action. It's the most inefficient thing...useless and frustrating. The mute button, also, barely functions and is really tough to access. And that's a button you want to access quickly. Here it's out of position and you have to touch it very precisely for it to work. Really stupid.
For volume, the "wheel" in the center of the Elite keyboard, for instance, was an enormous step up above this mechanism and Logitech should have stuck with that.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I owned this keyboard for several years and its still running strong. Initially used as part of my HTPC in the family room I had zero problems getting a signal from across the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TJ
Keyboard review only, gaming centric review. 1/5 based on price-when-new to quality ratio
Found the keyboard in a thrift shop for $7 and couldn't pass it up despite the... Read more
I purchased this on February 24, 2008 it is now August of 2014 and I am typing this review on the very same mouse and keyboard. I think this is an exceptional value.Published 18 months ago by Kevin Phelps
Still love these units. Now using one for my laptop and one for the desktop.
So comfortable to use!
I think this is an ok keyboard. Iv'e had a few problems but that was because of Windows 8 and that was resolved with an update. Read morePublished 22 months ago by daniel mcmorrow
I have used this set since 2005 , bought the third one a few months ago ,seems others liked it so much they took it from me twice, I love not needing batteries for the mouse and... Read morePublished on January 21, 2014 by TA2LESS
I have been using this keyboard/mouse combo since 2007.
The most used keys have the white letter printed on them gone by now (A, S, E, N, M), but other than that it performs... Read more