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- Keyboard dimension: 17.15 x 5.41 x 0.81 inch (WxHxD)
- Mouse dimension: 3.85 x 2.49 x 2.42 inch (HxDxW)
- The country of Origin is China
- Warranty Information 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
- Wireless Range: 33 feet /10 meters
- Wireless encryption: 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) between devices and receiver
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Built and Ready to Simplify.
You want to type, browse and navigate without wires, hassles or tricky features slowing you down. MK235 keeps everything simple. Type away on the familiar full-size keyboard layout you already know. Click and scroll effortlessly with a hand-friendly mouse. Plug in a single wireless receiver and go.
- Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later
- Chrome OS
- Linux kernel 2.6+
- USB port
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The Logitech MK235 Combo is a simple plug-and play keyboard and mouse with a reliable wireless connection up to 10m/33ft away, sharing one tiny USB receiver (128-bit AES encryption between devices and receiver). No hassle with pairing or software installation. Type comfortably on a familiar keyboard layout with full-size arrow keys, number pad and easy access to 15 shortcut keys. Enjoy long-lasting battery life – 36-months for keyboard and 12-months for mouse. With its durable construction, spill-proof design*, anti-fading treatment on each key and sturdy tilt legs, it's a desktop combo that's built to last. *Tested under limited conditions (maximum of 60 ml liquid spillage). Do not immerse keyboard in liquid.
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1. The function keys on this model and this model only are large and regular sized like the rest of the keys on the keyboard. The new models have tiny half-size function keys. So if you use functions keys for work or specialized software, this model is a huge plus.
2. The keys are not spaced apart like many wireless keyboards, which leaves room for bigger keys and makes typing easier and more accurate. The keys are the nice and big like on the keys on the new macbook pro. I didn’t realize my usb keyboard keys were small until I used this wireless keyboard.
3. Keyboard is very compact and does not take very much space.
I feel all new computers should include a wireless keyboard such as this keyboard just like what apple does when they sell imac’s, they include a wireless keyboard and mouse. The only con is the wireless mouse is a little too small but that ok, I use a separate logitech M510 wireless, the best in my opinion.
I've purchased three of these keyboard/mouse sets since January 2018 and I think it's one of the best pieces of equipment that I've added to my computer set up. I run 3 to 4 laptops every day, each one accomplishes a different task for me. It was getting to be a real pain having to stand up and stretch across the desk to enter a password or move the mouse and these solved that problem for me. It did take some getting used to at first since each set looks exactly alike but I have that worked out with their placements. LOL!
The set in the photo is the first set that I purchased on January 29, 2018. This set is used for HOURS darn near every day. I write online content so my keyboards always take a beating. This one has held up BEAUTIFULLY and, as a bonus, I've only had to replace the battery in the mouse once. My guess is that somehow I got super charged batteries in the keyboard because it is still going on the originals. The other two sets are still running off of 100% original batteries.
There isn't one thing that I can complain about with this set. I like that there are little flip out legs on the bottom/back part of the keyboard that allow it to lean up in the back. It makes it much easier to use. I like that there can be some distance between the keyboard/mouse and the computer when being used and I LOVE that there are no wires to deal with.
All in all it's a great set that is worth the money. I have three of these sets and each one is fantastic.
Setup with my Windows 10 running computer was automatic and almost instantaneous. (The same units installed on my wife's Windows 7 running computer was also "automatic," but somewhat slow. -So much that I at first thought it had failed.)
The keyboard has a nice, solid, feel. The mouse is a bit smaller than the one it replaced, but is not too small for comfortable use.
The product is compact, streamlined, and quiet as advertised. The design quality is good. The mouse is probably a good size for a child or person with extra small hands. FYI, it's grey colored, not black.
This is in now way worth the $29.99 list price (I purchased it on sale for about half that price). While the design quality is good, the keyboard is lightweight and flimsy. I could only recommend this keyboard for a seldom or lightly used computer. It doesn't feel sturdy enough for gaming or to spend hours of typing.
Also, the mouse is HORRIBLE! The mouse feel like a toy mouse for a preschool child's toy computer. If you have any issues with wrist pain or strain I feel you should NOT use this mouse because it may make your issues worse. Actually, I am a bit shocked that this is a Logitech product.
Finally, this does not work with the Logitech Unifying receiver.. I knew this when I purchased it, but I did not realize that (for me) the mouse would not be usable. So, now I have to buy a separate wireless mouse to replace the mouse the came with this item. But, If you consider that most modern laptops have only 2 USB ports, if you decide to not use the mouse and get a better one you will need to use 2 of your USB ports. I tried plugging the wireless receiver into a USB hub, but it did not work for me.
Keys are too close together. Instead of the typical tapered keycaps, these keycaps are squared off. So I'm constantly hitting the wrong keys. (I'm not a bad typist; I just have big fingers.)
Also, the receiver is not a Unifying receiver, so I can't pair it with my existing M510's. I wish I'd known that before buying. I would have passed
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The product I bought is the Wireless Combo MK235. This sub-par Logitech product is probably not made by them but endorsed by them. The Logitech logo/name not showing on either mouse or keyboard. The Keyboard shows K235 at the back, while the mouse shows M170.
Here are the pros and cons:
- Mouse: Compact, comfortable and movement is precise. Right and left buttons also easy to depress with good feedback.
- Keyboard: Slim on depth (fits well on narrow desk). Excellent key layout in general, very similar to (old PCs) legacy keyboard.
- Keyboard: Not weird shaped and look like those Ergo-space-age-bulky-odd-shaped-luminous-techno ones.
- Mouse and Keyboard: Good on power. Don't have to check for a switch on/off all the time. I just leave them on.
- Plastic Mouse Wheel (used for scrolling) has very bad control when compared to a Rubber Wheel (slippery). The Logitech M310 was definitely much better.
- Mouse 'click' sound could be considered loud when compared with Jelly Comb Slim Wireless (model V8)
- Middle button (plastic wheel) hard to press (used very often if using Linux for copy/paste)
- Keyboard keys and built look cheap with poor feedback that lacks precision. I preferred my K400 over this one, even though its a more compact keyboard.
- Because I adjust the sound often, it would have more practical to have the sound control buttons separate on their own (single key-press), and not as combination function keys: Fn+9 (mute), Fn+10 (decrease), Fn+11 (increase)
In the end, it is not an entirely bad product, but next time I would try buying something else.
MK235 is relatively a new product. I was afraid to go with a product that has no proper reviews online, but I discovered that this is a very good keyboard for people who prefer keyboards with a small key travel, laptop like feeling. This not a fancy keyboard, but a working horse that will make the work done easily.
The mouse, however, was a little bit too small for my hands and feels cheap, so I ended up using a regular wired mouse. By the way, I use Logitech M320 at home which I love, and this one is much smaller.
So overall, as a combo - maybe not the perfect solution, but considering the price - I would definitely recommend.
The product is in one word "adequate." It gets the job done. Keyboard has decent key travel, soft of between laptop and full-size desktop keyboard. Mouse is quite small, so if you have average or big hands you will notice. Basically, you're getting a cheap wireless keyboard-mouse combo that works well. Nothing fancy, no need for software downloads (FN keys work without logitech software), and everything is plug and play. This is comparative to the sub $20 wired combos you can buy. I wish the keyboard had the same dark gray as the mouse. Overall, a basic wireless keyboard and mouse that's adequate.
At first the keyboard felt cheap, but I actually like it. The buttons are of a size that pleases me, and the keyboard is nice and compact for traveling, yet still a full sizer keyboard with the numpad and everything.
Edit: Changing from 4 to 3 stars because the keyboard and mouse have now started stuttering when I'm gaming and suddenly they stop responding for half a second, which is pretty annoying. I'll test with a different computer and update if needed.
The keys are low profiled, so they are great for blind typing users.
If you like to feel and hear your typing, probably a model with higher raised keys will suit you more.
The mouse is perfect for occasional use. If you intend to use it for work, hours, a mouse with ergonomic design will do a better job for your wrists. The mouse in the set doesn't include forward and back buttons.
The installation is simple - plug and play.
I bought it through Warehouse Deals, so the price was sweet.
There are a couple of CONS for me personally. I need reading glasses. The font thickness of each of the keys is pretty narrow. If they were just a tad wider, it would be better for me. There is no indicator on the keyboard when the caps are on and when the num lock is on/off.
I am pleased with my purchase, under 30 bucks, I'm good with that.
I am giving this a 3 star because the spacing of the keys makes it easy to hit another button. The keyboard itself feels cheap and not so durable....especially the mouse, very hollow and dollar-store like.
The good is that battery has been good and it has worked fine since I got it. Overall liked the higher end models of this brand better.
Spend a bit more.
Nevertheless, my main concern with this keyboard it that it will randomly, often without me going near the key, decide to spam either highlighting, scrolling or the space or enter keys.
It will not stop doing it for some time if it decides to do this, and it nearly caused me to lose extended periods or work as a result.
Would recommend at this price point.