|Wireless Type||2.4 GHz Radio Frequency, 802.11abg|
|National Stock Number||7025-01-497-7849|
Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo, Logitech Wireless Mouse USB (Black)
|Price:||$18.26 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Reliable 2.4 GHz wireless connection: A tiny Logitech nano-receiver connects both the keyboard and mouse using just one USB port
- Long battery life: Get up to 36 months of keyboard power and 12 months of mouse power without changing batteries (Keyboard and mouse battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions)
- Eight hot keys: Instantly access your movies, music, the Internet, e-mail, volume, play/pause and more
- All-in-one setup: Includes a full-size keyboard with quiet, low-profile keys plus a portable contoured mouse for comfortable control
- Plug and play simplicity for Windows PCs: Works right out of the box with Windows 10 or later, Windows 8, 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Chrome OS. Not Bluetooth compatible.
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UPC/Product ID all match. Appears Logitech changed the product. Amazon needs to change the product description.
If you are looking for a unifying receiver to work with other logitech products, don't buy this.
Update - Amazon sent me a replacement, and this time it comes with Unifying receiver. UPC and product ID printed on the boxes are identical, packagings are slightly different. One has "Unifying receiver" clearly printed on the box and feature list and the other one doesn't.
Keyboards and mice are also different. One set both have orange star unifying on the label and the other set don't. Product IDs are different too.
Now, I once had a wired Logitech keyboard that lasted 10 years, as well as several mice (which lasted less, but still above average). A year and a half ago, it was finally time to replace the veteran keyboard. I use a Windows 7 desktop PC, but I wanted a wireless model in order to reduce cable clutter. So, first I bought a Microsoft Desktop 3000 combo. Overall, I liked it at first, and wrote a largely positive review here. Unfortunately, that Microsoft product proved to have horrible durability. After a year and a half, the formerly fabulous Bluetrack mouse was wrecked: the wheel's rubber band rotted, disintegrated and fell off, rendering the wheel unusable, and the left button was failing. The keyboard had faded lettering and a failing low battery indicator. Battery life was getting shorter each time I replaced them, too.Read more ›
The keyboard measures 5-3/4 inches x 17-1/2 inches with a low profile. It is narrow. There is no wrist rest. In spite of its smaller size, it has the full set of keys of a standard full-size keyboard. The keys are of the standard size and slightly concave. The key travel is somewhere between that of a laptop and a full travel keyboard. The key strokes are firm and responsive. There is an indicator light for the Caps Lock key. It is convenient for password entries. But there is no light for the Num Lock or the Scroll Lock. There is a roll of eight special function keys on top to control functions like speaker volume and launching e-mail. Except for the speaker controls, I don't find them very useful. There are two flip-up legs at the underside to elevate the keyboard at an angle if the user desires.
The mouse comes in the small version. It is quite responsive. It fits well in a small hand. There is a scroll wheel. The mouse works on one AA battery while the keyboard does so on two smaller AAAs. The batteries can be switched off at both the mouse and the keyboard. The batteries are included in the purchase.
In conclusion, this MK270 is a low cost alternative to other more robust wireless keyboard and mouse sets. At thirty dollars, the price is attractive. The smaller keyboard takes up less room on desktop; it may be more desirable than a standard size keyboard when desktop space is at a premium.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great basic keyboard and mouse. Worth the cost by far. Hook up is easy and fast, nothing difficult about it.Published 3 hours ago by iceman
I basically bought this set for the keyboard. I work off a laptop & you can't really use the built in keyboard the way you can a detached one. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Jen
Works well so far. I just wish the keyboard and mouse had a bit more of high end look and feel to it. But hey, it's a cheap keyboard and it works. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by DoodahDame
Works great and use with Mac Book and have used with linux mint.
Batteries last a long time and I have NO issues at all with them. Read more
I like the value of combining mouse and keyboard into one affordable USB peripheral. The mouse is reliable, but the keyboard seems to stop working randomly. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Woody Gibson