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Logitech Mk550 Wave Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo
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- The Wave Combo MK550 includes the K350 model keyboard and M510 Mouse
- Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless connection with one tiny Unifying receiver that stays in your notebook
- Contoured laser mouse with rubber grips gives you smooth, precise cursor control
- Wave-design ergonomic keyboard with cushioned palm rest for exceptional typing comfort
- Virtually no battery changes ? up to three years of battery life for the keyboard and two years for the mouse* (* Keyboard and mouse battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.)
- Operate up to 30 feet (10 meters) with the receiver in clear sight of the keyboard and mouse
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From the Manufacturer
| Wireless Wave Combo MK550 |
|•||Comfort Wave keyboard with cushioned palm rest|
|•||High-performance laser mouse|
|•||Go up to 2 years or more without a battery change*|
|•||Tiny Unifying receiver stays unobtrusively in your notebook|
|•||Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless connection|
* 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.
** The laser sensor does not work on glass or mirrors.
|Logitech Wireless Wave Combo MK550 |
Comfort curves without the learning curve
|What's in the box? ||Works with: |
Which Logitech Keyboard + Mouse Combo Is Right For You?
|Wireless Desktop MK 710||Wireless Wave Combo MK550||Wireless Combo MK520||Wireless Desktop MK320||Desktop MK120|
|Wireless Protocol & Security||Advanced 2.4 GHz 128-Bit AES Encryption||Advanced 2.4 GHz 128-Bit AES Encryption||Advanced 2.4 GHz 128-Bit AES Encryption||Advanced 2.4 GHz 128-Bit AES Encryption||Wired|
|Palm Rest||Integrated Cushion||Integrated Cushion||Integrated|
|Battery Level Indicator||(on LCD)||N/A|
|Battery Life (Maximum)||3 years*||3 years*||3 years*||15 months*||N/A|
|Operational and Navigational Controls|
|Launch Web Browser|
|Launch IM / VOIP|
|Battery Life (Maximum)||3 years*||2 years*||1 year*||5 months*||N/A|
|Battery Level Indicator||N/A|
|On / Off Switch|
|Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 7|
*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
First, I'll describe the feel of the product in general. I love this keyboard. It might be a bit of a stretch calling the waveshape "ergonomic" but it IS incredibly comfortable and natural feeling. It's an outstanding alternative to the common splitkey design if that isn't your cup of tea (it isn't mine either). For those who can't really tell, the keyboard isn't curved nearly as much as other ergonomic keyboards and the keys have a gradual "wave" shape going across the surface, basically creating two dips or 'cups' in the default QWERTY hand positions and an ebb or raised curve between them. The Numpad also has this curve for the hand. The keys are very soft yet springy and responsive. It feels good and, again, very natural to type on it. In fact, I think this keyboard has increased my WPM. It is a definite improvement over the flat, standard keyboard and ESPECIALLY the new wafer-style Apple keyboards. It's soft feel is vaguely reminiscent of the old Apple G3 and G4 clear plastic keyboards, if anyone remembers those. Finally, I don't know why anyone would do so with an "immersive" comfort keyboard like this, but it has a pair of flipdown feet in the back for the common "raised" keyboard setting--one set makes a 4º angle, the other an 8º. But now the pressing question that I'm sure the other Mac users want to know: Does it work for our platform??
The answer is a resounding "yes", with a few minor 'buts'. The keyboard and laser mouse combo works perfectly and seamlessly out of the box with the Mac platform--literally just plug in the USB receiver and you're typing a few seconds later.Read more ›
I have been using a Microsoft Natural keyboard 4000 for the ergonomics and convenience buttons. This Logitech keyboard is MUCH, MUCH quieter and the spacebar is much easier to press. In addition, I think that the convenience buttons (like the volume control, media center launcher, etc) are much easier to see and use on this Logitech Keyboard than the Microsoft Natural keyboard. I will say that I occasionally thought that I noticed a bit of a delay with the keys I typed not showing up on the screen instantly. I'm not sure if I can blame that on the keyboard or not, but whatever the case it wasn't something that caused me enough of a problem to knock a star off the rating. Since I'm now using this keyboard as my keyboard I'll update this review if it becomes problematic.
The mouse is a good size and fit. It does not have an ergonomic slant to it where your hand is tilted a bit to give your wrist a more natural positions, but my thumb and ring finger just seemed to go perfectly into the grooves and the convenience buttons worked well. This is the first optical / laser mouse I've had that doesn't light up. No red glow, but it is works great!
The one thing that you need to know about this product is that it is really what I would call an ergonomic "blend" product. By that I mean that the keyboard is more ergonomic than a standard straight keyboard and the keys are very easy to press, but it definitely is not as ergonomic as a keyboard with a true split keyboard that is angled up in the middle.Read more ›
Like the 320, this is a breeze to set up: pull out the tabs under the pre-installed batteries, plug in the (super small) usb wireless receiver, and off you go. That's nice. (The included cd is for customizing some of the function keys and won't be used by many is my guess.)
The first thing you notice about this keyboard is how large it is, almost 50% bigger than the average wireless kb. Most of that room is used by the palm rest. If I was a perfect touch typist, this might be the ultimate kb; it seems to be designed with the pro typist in mind. But I'm merely ok, and one thing I've already noticed here is that the wave is a little disconcerting when you move your hands about a bit, as I do. The contours make it a bit odd coming down on a key at an angle. I find myself longing at times for the smaller, tighter, flatter setup of the 320. If I was a perfect typist who rarely looks at or moves my hands, that might not be the case. Which are you?
The mouse is much larger than the 320's mini-mouse, which bothered some reviewers here, but didn't faze my medium large hands. This is a heftier, contoured mouse and certainly feels more solid, with a smart pair of buttons for your thumb to go back and forth between the previous pages. (Without cookies on, this could be a negative, though...whoops, I accidentally lost my whole document!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Im typing using the mouse and keyboard as I type this and I am all for it. Comfotable on handsPublished 15 hours ago by king_cleo
I have one at the office, and wanted a second for use at home. It's been a little difficult for my gaming boyfriend, but has been no issue for my ordinary use.Published 20 hours ago by Demi Gray
These were almost the same price as just a mouse that was as nice. They work with zero lag, and from really far away. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Eric
love the keyboard and mouse, works great and looks nice. wish there was an instruction sheet to tell me what some of the keys are for.Published 1 day ago by jane