|Item model number||920-002565|
|Operating System||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Linux kernel 2.6+|
|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.3 x 1.8 x 7.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||21.3 x 1.75 x 7.75 inches|
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Logitech Desktop MK120 Mouse and keyboard Combo
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- Comfortable low-profile keys and standard keyboard layout with full-size F-keys and number pad
- Sleek and sturdy spill-resistant design* (*Tested under limited conditions—maximum of 60 ml liquid spillage. Do not immerse keyboard in liquid.)
- High-definition optical mouse for smooth, accurate cursor control
- Easy-to-read keys with bold, bright white characters
- Simple wired USB connection—works with Windows-based PCs and Linux
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|Are Batteries Required||No||Yes||No||No||No||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||1.75 x 21.3 x 7.75 in||6.2 x 20.6 x 1.9 in||1.02 x 17.76 x 5.12 in||2.7 x 7.9 x 18.3 in||9 x 2.75 x 18.5 in||17.94 x 17.93 x 8.93 in|
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With a comfortable, quiet keyboard that's sleek yet sturdy and a high-definition optical mouse, the durable logitech desktop mk120 brings comfort, style and usb simmplicity together.
From the Manufacturer
| Desktop MK120 |
|•||Quiet, comfortable, durable keys|
|•||Rugged spill-resistant keyboard*|
|•||Standard layout for easy typing|
|•||Precision optical mouse|
|•||Corded for simple USB connection|
*Tested under limited conditions—maximum of 60 ml liquid spillage. Do not immerse keyboard in liquid.
|Logitech Desktop MK120 |
A durable duo that looks and feels good
|Package Contents ||Works with |
Which Logitech Keyboard And Mouse Combo Is Right For You?
|Cordless Desktop MX 5500 Revolution||Cordless Desktop Wave Pro||Wireless Desktop MK 710||Cordless Desktop Wave||Wireless Desktop MK300||Wireless Desktop MK120|
|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||27MHz 48-Bit Encryption||27MHz 48-Bit Encryption||Wired|
|Receiver Extender Cable||N/A|
|Palm Rest||Integrated||Integrated Cushion||Integrated Cushion||Integrated Cushion|
|Battery Level Indicator||(on LDC)||(on LDC)||N/A|
|Battery Life (Maximum)||3 months||3 years||3 years*||12 months||15 months||N/A|
|Operational and Navigational Controls|
|Launch Web Browser|
|Launch IM / VOIP|
|Battery Life (Maximum)||2-week charge||2-month charge||3 years*||8 months||8 months||N/A|
|Battery Level Indicator||N/A|
|On / Off Switch|
|Windows Vista, Windows XP, & Windows 7|
|Mac OS X|
*Keyboard battery life calculation based on an estimated two million keystrokes/year in an office environment. User experience may vary. Mouse battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
Top customer reviews
It is usb wired, which is exactly what I wanted for a home server build since a wireless battery operated variety would not do due. I wanted that local dependability without having to wait for something to charge or swap out batteries. It's exactly what it is. A reliably priced keyboard and mouse for everyday general computing. If you need a bazillion macro keys, a light show, wireless features, and something that will do a HAL 9000 for you then you're better off buying one of the top end combos, but if you're an everyday or occasional user with no nonsense basic needs you couldn't be more happier with this MK120 mouse and keyboard. You will need 2 USB ports, one for the mouse and one for the keyboard.
If you need a more tactile clicky feeling and sounding keyboard you might try one of the other Logitech combos that provide a more noisier experience. But if you want sturdy and fairly silent then this is for you.
HOWEVER, the keyboard is a k120 keyboard. and is excellent if you're on a budget and use your computer heavily.
I've owned 2 k120 keyboards used heavily daily over a span of 4-5 years. (They're cheap, like 10 dollars at "fallmart" cheap.)
Which is why I bought this combo. (only needed the keyboard, but wanted the mouse as a spare "just in case")
There is nothing fancy about it, it's a standard keyboard which will hold up to a lot of abuse.
(My past two, the letters wore off the keys as I approached 13 months of HEAVY use, I do not need the stickers. and this did not alter function of the keyboard)
As stated, nothing fancy, not mechanical, but it is a sturdy no frills keyboard that does stand the test of time.
(An average user could probably have this keyboard working fine for 4 years. my average life span of generic keyboards is 3 months. I get about 2 years out of this model.)
This is my budget friendly go-to daily use input device. (I live at my PC...)
Past two k120 keyboards I've owned, reason for replacement was the metal spring bar under the spacebar would stick/fail. (I used a temporary work around until I got the new keyboard by using a number key from the keypad as a temporary space bar.)
Otherwise I wouldn't have purchased this combo or written this review. (using the keyboard purchased to type this review.)
It seems like a better idea to buy your mouse and keyboard separately, to get the best value, but there's really no reason not to go for this, unless you need something special. The keys on the keyboard are well-spaced and seem sturdy enough. The mouse lacks some features that gamers might want, but is still excellent at what it was intended to do. I'm not sure what the DPI on this thing is, but it serves adequately for clicking people's heads until they die, which seems to be the point of the entire FPS genre.
A couple things against this product: the little protrusions on the F, J, and numberpad 5 keys that identify them to touch typists could be a bit bigger. When I'm looking at the screen and searching for the home row at the same time, it takes a bit longer because I don't always notice those keys. Also, as I mentioned earlier, the mouse is very feature-sparse. It has two buttons and a scroll wheel, but no thumb buttons or adjustable DPI. This doesn't matter for most people, but I will be buying another mouse for my gaming and keeping this one for other purposes. I shouldn't have tried to game with this basic mouse, but it is still a good one for what you pay.
Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. I am now the proud owner of a well-designed keyboard and (so far) reliable backup mouse. I've only had these things for a couple weeks at the time of writing, but if something terrible happens, I will edit this review with my new opinions.
The keyboard is fine for the price. I would recommend just buying the keyboard separate because the mouse is a total waste of money.
In fine: Logitech has a great reputation and I have never had any issues with their products. The Logitech Desktop MK120 is a great deal for a very usable scroll mouse and a quiet sturdy keyboard.
The mouse is a basic mouse. I'm keeping that for a backup when one of my other mice fails.