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Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo - Includes Keyboard and Mouse, Long Battery Life, Ergonomic Wave Design - Black
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- Ergonomic wave design: The MK550 uses Logitech’s Constant Curve layout for reduced stress and better, more natural typing
- Integrated palm rest: Experience lower wrist fatigue with the integrated palm rest, three options for leg height allow you to adjust the keyboard to the height that feels most comfortable to you
- Precision laser mouse: Say goodbye to your touchpad with the included MK510 precision laser mouse; the mouse and keyboard are so energy efficient
- Long battery life: Use your keyboard and mouse for longer with the MK550’s extended battery life. The K350 keyboard has a battery life of upto 3 years and the mouse, upto 2 years
- Simple setup: There’s no additional setup involved when using the MK550 in Windows based PC - Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10
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MK Wireless Wave Combo
With an ergonomic Comfort Wave design keyboard and contoured laser mouse, this wireless combo cradles your hands in comfort to help minimize hand and wrist strain—even after spending all day at your computer.
- Windows-based PC: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later
- USB port
- Internet connection (for software download)
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The Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse uses an ergonomic wave design for more natural typing when working. The Logitech Constant Curve layout is similar to regular keyboards but eases the stress on your wrists and allows for more comfortable working. There are also 18 programmable keys that allow for rapid navigation to applications you use frequently.
The integrated palm rest and adjustable keyboard height help reduce wrist fatigue and make it easier to type for longer periods of time without strain.
Say goodbye to your micro mouse or touch pad. The MK550 includes a precision laser mouse for faster navigation and detailed work.
The Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo will have you working for longer with ease. The keyboard has a 3 year battery life, and the mouse has a 2 year battery life.
Setup is simple—just plug in the Logitech Unifying receiver and you’re ready to go. Your keystrokes are safe with built in 128 bit AES grade encryption. Keystroke dropouts and keyboard lag are a thing of the past with the built in 2.4GHz wireless signal.System requirements : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10,USB port, Internet connection (for software download) system requirements: Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 10|USB port|Internet connection (for software download).
A customer returned this product in like new condition. The player was tested and fully functional. It doesn't have any cosmetic issues comes with all original parts, manuals, components in the original package. No difference form a new one but save you a lot.
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According to the claims on the product description, the estimated battery life of the keyboard is also 3 years.
During the time that I've owned this piece of hot garbage, I can guarantee you that I've spent more on batteries than this hunk of useless plastic cost. I'm by no means some power user that is gaming 24/7 and putting the keyboard through constant use. In fact, I do much more work on my laptop than my desktop.
And yet, this thing chews through batteries like my dog wolfs down dog treats.
The cycle goes about like this: Put in fresh batteries. The keyboard works great for approximately a month. Then erratic behavior begins. For example, it'll just completely freeze for 10 to 30 seconds and then blurt out a bunch of nonsense letters. Maybe it will just decide to key in an endless stream of spaces until you shut it off. Take the batteries out, put fresh ones in... and everything is fine again. Oh, and those batteries that were in it? Still usable. It's just that apparently unless there is ABSOLUTELY A FULL CHARGE, this keyboard just can't even. And it will throw a temper tantrum until you put fresh ones in.
Honestly, if I could, I would sue Logitech for the battery replacement costs. Or the aggravation. Or maybe both.
And the mouse isn't much better. The batteries in it are also supposed to last quite a long time. However, my experience has been, again, only a month or two before it quits. At least it doesn't get erratic like the keyboard. It just flat quits.
Either way, Logitech's claims are absolute lies and fantasy. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if someone told me they have ties with the major battery companies for kickbacks.
The shame of it all is that when these two items actually work (rarely), they are very comfortable to use.
As is, I'm done with the aggravation. I'll be spending my money with a different company from now on. Logitech used to be a trusted brand. Now they are just an untrustworthy scam.
UPDATE: November. 2016 - I emailed thru Logitech website for warranty as I had another one as well both did the same thing. A few weeks later I got the one and only response from logitech Customer S. asking if I was SATISFIED with their response. I clearly told them NO and then heard nothing. A month later 2 new ones showed up at my door. So since I'd bought another in the meantime a MK710 which I was TOLD was a better quality... we shall see. I DO love the wave and ergonomics of it, but certainly not the life expectancy or the bizarre Customer Service - that I really am disappointed with Logitech about.
1. well-designed keyboard. The palm cushion is a little soft which makes you wrist feel comfortable when you are not typing. It may take some time to get used to the gradual wave-shaped contour, but I think it's good too.
2. 18 programable keys.
3. The size of M510 mice is exactly what I look for. Mouse Dimensions (height x width x depth): 2.56 in (65 mm) x 4.72 in (120 mm) x 1.61 in (41 mm)
4. Battery life is long. According to Logitech, the keyboard has 3-year battery life, and the mouse has two years. Both of them use 2 AA batteris.
1. No Caps-lock light in the keyboard.
2. Home/End/Delete/PageUp/PageDown key layout is not good. I often press the bigger Delete key when I tend to click the End Key.
3. The Logitech SetPoint software (6.67) does not support M510 mouse. I can pair my other Logitech devices in the Unifying Software and manage all of them in SetPoint, but M510 is an exception. I had to download another software Logitech Options to manage M510.
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I have tried several other models ( including the microsoft keyboard that is split down the middle ) and found that this keyboard was the most comfortable keyboard.
The rest bar at the bottom of the keyboard means your wrists are supported and are not bent all day long. ( Think Carpel Tunnel Syndrome ). When using this keyboard ( or any other keyboard ), make sure not to use the feet underneath, propping up the keyboard will increase your risk of carpel tunnel syndrome. Your wrists must be straight ( they must not curve up or down to support your hands ) . Side to side movements of the wrists are inevitable, but with this keyboard, those movements are kept to a minimum. This keyboard definitely increases the amount of typing you can do in a day before becoming fatigued. You can use this keyboard comfortably with your arms close to 45 degrees while keeping your wrists straight.
If you are looking for a keyboard for casual use, this might be a good choice.
If you are a very heavy keyboard users ( programmers, secretaries, journalists, bloggers, authors, or anyone who types a lot ) this is an amazing keyboard and is well worth the price, you will *not* be disappointed.
If you are a gamer, I have no idea if this is a good keyboard for you as I don't game much.
Note : The layout of the Page Up/Page Down/Delete/Home/End keys are non standard, this takes a few days to get used to for heavy users, light users won't notice.
Function keys are grouped in 3s not 4s, so the first key of the second group is F4 and not F5, this means some adaptation for heavy users of the Fn keys.
You can see how well the older version of this keyboard held up to extended punishment in the attached picture.
The set arrived promptly, in fact one day earlier than originally promised.
Setup was easy, and everything worked straight out of the box; additional software, with extra functionality, such as redefining mouse buttons and keyboard buttons was quickly downloadable from Logitech, as were plug-ins for my web browsers that enable "smooth" scrolling - which seems to be a pixel line at a time, rather than a character line at a time - a nice visual effect.
The mouse is nicely shaped, at least for my hand, and the buttons fall nicely under the appropriate fingers. Cursor control is smooth and precise. There is an on/off switch on both mouse and keyboard bottoms; I have not used them, and so far the keyboard is functioning normally, but the mouse batteries died rather quickly. I am now testing the time the second set lasts, to see if it is necessary to turn off the units when not in use.
One rather "interesting" thing happened with one of the "hot" buttons on the keyboard. Out of the box, they all operate more or less as expected (and you may want to configure some of them differently) but the "PC Power" button (top right of keyboard), configured to "Sleep" but my machine into an endless cycle of shut-down, restart, password entry, shut-down, ... that required a hard power down to get out of. Your milage of course may vary, but it might be worth disabling this button, or experimenting, carefully, to make sure it does what you need.
Physically, the keyboard is amazing. the "wave" form, with keys not only curved in a flat plane, but curved vertically as well, to fit the natural curve of fingers, once you are used to it, makes touch typing very much less tiring, and faster. Also, there do not seem to be the latency problem that I experienced with the Microsoft keyboard, which dropped letters id one typed faster than some limiting keystroke rate. So far, I have not been able to type fast enough to cause dropped letters. Of course if you are a one-finger, hunt-and-peck typist, this physical configuration and ability to handle fast typing will not matter.
this product is comfortable, the dual height tilt legs let you pick a nice degree
the padded wrist rest if fantastic
the gentle curve of this keyboard reminds me of my old BlackBerry
the accessory buttons and ability to change what programs they point to is great
all in all this is another solid keyboard by Logitech
The mouse works well and has great responsiveness, took a while to get used to the button on the side positioning as I am used to a Logitech G9 for home use and a Technet wireless was being used at work prior to this purchase
my only cause for concern on this is the laser placement, instead of being on the centre of the mouse it is very close to the right edge, and it ends up going off the edge of the mouse pad
otherwise this was an amazing investment that I have no doubt will last longer than my desire to be at my current job.
if my current employer is reading this I ordered it for my last job...
The good: Very comfortable and accurate for touch-typing. The keys have a good travel distance and feel which interestingly results in fewer typos than typical for me (eg on a laptop keyboard). The ergonomic contours and fixed palm rest are very comfortable for extended use, even if they are not as exaggerated as some of the more "medically proper" ergonomic designs out there. Wireless is of course a big plus, especially with the included standard Logitech nano-dongle.
The okay: I'm not a fan of the extra large media buttons at the top, since I rarely use them, and it makes the keyboard larger than it really had to be, especially for smaller desks. But if you frequently use "volume up/down/mute/play/pause/next track/previous track" buttons while working, you might appreciate them more. The good news here is that the media buttons work for pausing or skipping tracks in Spotify web player even when it's running in the background, and you're working in a different browser window or application in the foreground.
I tend to like things very clean and simple (very square/minimalist), although the curves are appealing, I find that the actual size of the keyboard is very large and takes up much more room on the table than I had expected. I haven't figured out if that was for stability's sake.
Some minor negatives. F1 to F12 buttons are grouped by 3. I am used to group of 4 and hit a wrong button regularly. I got MX Master mouse from logitech, keyboard and mouse require different software for additional functions to work, that is annoying. On top of the keyboard there is a glossy plastic, that looks dirty all the time, since collecting all possible fingerprints.
Overall great keyboard, not perfect, but doing what it supposed to do.
My son was OK to swap and did not have the same complaints.
- comfortable keys
- feels sturdy to touch
- ergonomic ambidextrous mouse.
- mouse is sturdy and comfortable, even for my big hands.
- several of the on board buttons (calc, audio, audio player etc) work without software install which is perfect for workplaces with tight IT requirements.
- looks like a cheaper build to my Logitech MX5500 which was the outgoing unit.
- Function keys are in sets of 3 rather than the conventional sets of 4.