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Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 Keyboard and Laser Mouse
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- Logitech Incurve keys and cushioned palm rest invite your fingertips to glide from key to key, hour after hour
- Up to three-year keyboard battery life and 12-month mouse battery life
- Hyper-fast scrolling lets you fly through long documents with the nearly frictionless scroll wheel
- LCD dashboard gives you at-a-glance icon status of your battery, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock and Num Lock, so you won¿t skip a beat while typing
- Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology dramatically reduces interference with virtually no delays or dropouts
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From the Manufacturer
A wireless desktop that delivers
Built for power users who spend long hours working on their computers, the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 is a premium performance, low-profile keyboard and mouse solution. It’s designed to deliver exceptional comfort, unlike other models on the market.
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Incurve keys and cushioned palm rest make you comfortable at work
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Power management extends battery life
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Hyper-fast scrolling speeds you along
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LCD dashboard makes it easy
No delays with Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology
Which Logitech Keyboard And Mouse Combo Is Right For You?
|Cordless Desktop |
MX 5500 Revolution
|Cordless Desktop Wave Pro||Wireless Desktop MK 700||Cordless Desktop Wave||Cordless Desktop |
|Wireless Desktop MK300|
|Wireless Protocol & Security||Bluetooth 2.0 EDR |
128-Bit AES Encryption
|Advanced 2.4 GHz |
128-Bit AES Encryption
|Advanced 2.4 GHz |
128-Bit AES Encryption
|Palm Rest||Integrated||Integrated Cushion||Integrated Cushion||Integrated Cushion||Integrated|
|Battery Level Indicator||(on LCD)||(on LCD)|
|Battery Life (Maximum)||3 months||3 years||3 years||12 months||12 months||15 months|
|Operational and Navigational Controls|
|Launch Web Browser|
|Launch IM / VOIP|
|Battery Life (Maximum)||2-week charge||2-month charge||12 month||8 months||8 months||8 months|
|Battery Level Indicator|
|Windows Vista & Windows XP|
|Mac OS X|
What's In The Box
| Package Contents |
| Keyboard Features ||Mouse Features |
Top Customer Reviews
First the keyboard. What I disliked about the Wave keyboard was the non-standard arrangement of the function keys and the ins/del/home/end/up/down keys. That drove me nuts. Thankfully Logitech went back to the standard layout for those keys on this keyboard. The Wave also had a lot of extra keys scattered all around the edge of the keyboard in a somewhat haphazard fashion that made the keyboard a bit unsightly and larger than necessary. This keyboard has mapped those functions onto other keys and eliminated the extra keys. The keyboard itself is a standard non-ergonomic style. To some people that is a plus, some it is a minus. I'm indifferent about it. One thing I do miss is the lack of tactile response from the keys. I like my keys to have a good amount of "push" to them. The keyboard is flat and has keys barely raised up above the keyboard. So it looks sleek but it lacks the tactile response I'm used to. The upside is that it is a very quiet keyboard with a lot less clicking normal. There's a small LCD screen that shows battery power and status for keys like num lock or caps lock. One nice bonus is the ability to "lock" the caps key (and some other keys) into the on/off position. Since I never turn my caps lock on, it's nice to be able to lock it in the off position and never worry about accidentally turning it on. Across the top are dedicated buttons for media player functions like volume and forward/back. There are also dedicated buttons or shortcuts to commonly used functions like calculator, Word, and Excel.Read more ›
Along with the cons listed below, there were 2 major points that brought the score down:
1. The Set is marketed as "Built for power users who spend long hours working on their computers" and "designed to deliver exceptional comfort". But the layout of the keyboard is no different than any other "normal" keyboard. In other words, it's NOT an ergonomic keyboard, there's no adjustments that allow for more natural hand/wrist/finger placement. Carpal Tunnel prone folks should look elsewhere!
2. The current one-hundred dollar pricetag, in my opinion, is considerably overpriced considering competing products and especially because the keyboard is non-ergo.
Now, the Pros and Cons...
+++ Keyboard Pros
+ 4" and 8" legs on the back that allow adjusting the height
+ LCD gives a nice clear indicator of battery life, Num-Lock, Caps Lock, etc...
+ Palm rest is indeed comfortable, yet the cushioning is firm so should last a long time
+ The included software has lots of customization options to allow you to personalize the keyboard to your liking
+ Insanely long battery life
+ Batteries INCLUDED
--- Keyboard Cons
- The descriptions and info given infers the keyboard would be ergonomic. But that is not the case. The MK700 keyboard key layout is no different than any other bane of carpal-tunnel sufferers' keyboards.
- The 4" or 8" legs on the back is a nice option, but they could've gone a step further to allow height adjustment on the front of the keyboard as well.
+++ Mouse Pros
+ They keyboard might not be ergonomic, but the mouse sure is!Read more ›
The keyboard is horrible. It begins sticking and missing letters typed after some use. There is nothing more annoying than to have to retype words several times during an document/email. I like to sit at the desk and prop my feet up on the corner with a keyboard in my lap, but the keyboard needs to be directly positioned to the receiver or I get either no letters typed or a long lag that is unacceptable.
The mouse is just okay, but the main right and buttons on top are becoming so used and sensitive that I can hardly rest my finger on top of them without unintentional clicking.
Overall just a poor product.
1. Want to keyboard & mouse from multiple locations around the vicinity of the computer
2. People who need a wireless keyboard & mouse in a conference room to pass around to other participants in the room
3. Those who want a wireless keyboard & mouse with super long battery life
4. Those who want a quiet keyboard that lets you type fast & a mouse with the revolution (hyper scrolling) feature
The keyboard is incredibly slim, the keys are very quiet, you can type on them very fast, and the wrist rest is very comfortable. It also has two heights for tilting up.
The mouse has the revolution feature, so you can do "hyperscrolling". The MX Revolution is my favorite mouse and this one is a close second.
This kit has great battery life, and with the wireless there is no manul "sync up" process. They just connect and work. Both devices seem to have great build quality. They are solid and don't have a "hollow" feeling when you touch or use them.
While the keyboard says it is designed for power users, I found it a tad bit cramped for my power typing episodes. Coming from the ergonomic Microsoft keyboards both at work and at home, it did take some adjustment to the size of the keys but it wasn't a tremendous issue. If you need wireless, great scrolling and great tactile speed and response, this is a great combo! The only reason I rated it 4 instead of 5 is that for a power user like myself, the keys were just a tad bit cramped. That's a personal opinion, each will have his or her own thoughts on that.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Still going strong after all these years.Some keys seem to stick/require more pressure sometimes, but I haven't really had any issues from it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by drummindog
Total junk, keys have no feel at all, they are rounded and shallow, CONSTANT TYPOS, I mean constant, you HAVE to look a the the keyboard to make sure that every key is hit dead on... Read morePublished 6 months ago by randen
Good as long as you know your keys... After less than a year all the keys are blank - got rubbed off. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Shopper
Great product. There is a reason I choose Logitech as my brand of choice for several of my electronics. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Markus
the letters get erased within a few months. Logitech replaced it but the same thing happened again.Published 16 months ago by Kati
bought this in 2009, still going strong after 5 yrs. never had a single problem.Published 17 months ago by Spike Spiegel
I am not a fan of this keyboard at all. The keys stick horribly making typing a mess with so many corrections needed. Read morePublished 19 months ago by StewartBuzz
This review will be long due to my uses and interactions with the customer support.
I bought two sets of keyboard MK700 + Mouse M705 combo packs sometime late 2009 or... Read more