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Logitech MK320 Wireless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse Combo — Entertainment Keyboard and Mouse, 2.4GHz Encrypted Wireless Connection, Long Battery Life
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- Compatibility- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8
- Comfortable full-size keyboard and easy-to-carry sculpted mouse with snap-on wireless receiver
- Go for months without changing batteries—up to 15 for keyboard and up to five for mouse( Keyboard and mouse battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions)
- One-touch hot keys let you instantly watch videos, play music and launch applications like email
- Works with Windows-based PCs.Gives you a range of up to 10 m
- The Wireless Combo MK320 comes with a K330 Keyboard and a M185 Mouse
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Entertainment at your fingertips
Want to watch your favorite movie? Skip a song? Go right to your email or Facebook page? With multimedia and Internet hot keys, programmable F-keys and a comfortable sculpted mouse, this wireless combo makes it easy to access and navigate the things you do the most.
- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
- USB port
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|Item Dimensions||7.09 x 2.95 x 1.08 inches||17.30 x 5.80 x 0.70 inches||20.00 x 7.52 x 1.73 inches||5.59 x 1.61 x 19.92 inches||10.44 x 3.09 x 19.69 inches||18.58 x 7.91 x 2.91 inches|
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The logitech wireless desktop mk320 comes with a comfortable keyboard and a carry-around mouse. 2.4 ghz wireless gives you a long range and reliable connection. The mouse has a snap-on receiver.
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The keyboard and mouse are both fine for what they are—they type and point effectively—but this error in the product description means I either have to send it back or deal with it not being what I want. Very. Annoying.
The construction of both the keyboard and mouse are solid, and unless you have very specific tastes in keyboards or need particular extra features, there is nothing to complain about in their design or feel. The set comes with batteries included and the battery-life is great. In an office environment, I have not had to replace my batteries since I've been using the keyboard and mouse (a little over a year) and I do not hear any complaints from any of the other employees about battery life.
I also appreciate how simple the set-up is for anyone. You do not need to know anything about technology! Just unbox the keyboard and mouse, plug in the tiny USB receiver, remove the battery tabs, and you're done! You can be up and running in literally three minutes.
Finally, I do also recommend this set--which includes the Logitech Unifying receiver--because of the ability to mix and match other Logitech wireless mice and keyboards. This is especially helpful if you have a laptop that you take between your work and home office: you can keep a single receiver plugged in and not have to lug a keyboard and mouse back and forth.
At some point in the last year, Logitech snuck in a change to the Wireless Combo MK320, presumably to cut costs, and now this combo is no longer Unifying compatible. The receiver is tied to the keyboard and mouse in the combo you bought, and that's it. There was no fanfare, no announcement, no new model number like every sane company in the world would do, they just kept selling MK320s with the new hardware and profited from their customers' ignorance of the change. I don't even know how many of these combos I've now deployed that will require full replacement before noticing the change when I needed to swap *just* a keyboard but as far as I'm concerned one is too many. Shame on you Logitech.
The MK320 no longer comes packed with an M215 Mouse and K330 keyboard, instead they're bundling the M185 and a keyboard that doesn't exist in their normal model structure. It's cosmetically identical to the K330 but lacks the Unifying capability and does not have the K330 model number silk-screened onto the front.
I can't even begin to describe how much a move like this insults and irritates me. If you're changing the product, you should at least announce it, if not change the model number. And you should ABSOLUTELY make sure that the world's biggest online retailer (as well as your own website) has updated information to reflect the change you've made. I can only assume that Logitech has chosen not to do so in order to pull a fast one and fool customers to buy an inferior product to what they expected. I will be investigating whether or not a competing manufacturer has an offering similar to Unifying prior to investing in ANY additional Logitech products. My loyalty to their brand is apparently worth nothing, I've heavily deployed their keyboards. mice, speakers, and various other peripherals over the years, but I will be seriously considering another manufacturer.
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1. The price point is attractive for this combo.
2. The range of both the keyboard and mouse is good. I have tested at least 10 meters and it work well.
3. Both the keyboard and mouse have a black backs that hides dirt and grime. Compared with many keyboards with white under bodies.
4. The hot keys are easy to program and work great. They make productivity so easy.
5. I love the built in calculator key.
6. Both items take standard AAA batteries. They both come with batteries out of the box. Battery life has been good so far.
7. They both use the same usb receiver, which saves your usb ports.
8. There are slits at the bottom of the keyboard, I think they are to drain liquids if they are spilled on the keyboard
9. Easy to type. Great typing feel.
10. The mouse works well. The mouse is responsive. The mouse feels good in my large hands.
11. Both item are light weight.
12. The keyboard can be used on your lap. The mouse can be used on uneven surfaces like a bed. The mouse is best used with a mouse pad.
13. The kick stands on the back of keyboard aid in typing, and are a good angle.
1. The keyboard has some response issues. Letters and button presses might not respond. This was reduce dramatically once I installed the drivers and unifying Logitech software, and set them up. Now it only happens maybe once a day. Some times that keyboard can be slow to respond, especially when first waking up.
2. Both items feel a little bit flimsy, more so the keyboard then the mouse. Nothing that is too noticeable a month in.
3. The mouse has a line on the front of it where the battery compartment is. I am worried that liquid/sweat could run down there and ruin the battery.
4. The power off switches are on the bottom of both devices and are hard to switch. Especially if you have hand mobility issues.
To expend the life span of the combo I would recommend:
1. Keeping both items in a room temperature, dry, level area.
2. Keeping the keyboard clean and away from liquids.
3. Cleaning the gap on the palm rest of the mouse, so that sweat does not run in there and ruin the batteries.
4. Having spare AAA batteries to reduce your down time if the batteries died. So far this has not been a problem.
5. Avoid hard button presses when using the items on uneven surfaces or your lap. Just touch type. On a table hard button presses are fine.
***Update April 10.2019 - 310 days since purchased. ***
I am still happy with my purchase.
All of the keys are working, and look good.
I love the short cut keys.
I have not changed the keyboard battery since I bought it. I have changed the mouse battery 3 times with cheap dollar store batteries. I always turn off my mouse and keyboard when I am not using it.
Some small issues that I have found:
1. One of the rubber feet at the front of the keyboard has come off. (Cheap glue)
2. The mouse scroll wheel is slow now sometimes.
3. Some lag issues when playing games like CS:GO, but they are not very often.
I regret to say that I am completely disatisfied with Logiotech. Moreover this is a black marlk agaonst Amazon
Also it is too big, and the keys feel too con cave with a lousy "feel" ( lose with not enough spring). The mouse also lagged but it isn't as noticeable.The mouse itself had a better build quality than the keyboard and wasn't bad.
In short, this non-adjustable mouse is not very useful and is being returned to Amazon.
The keyboard travel is very nice. It feels great for a rubber dome keyboard. I really like the built in volume buttons although I didn't find myself using the other media/control buttons that much. The keyboard uses two AAA batteries and it takes ice ages before I have to replace them. I think the keyboard itself gets a 4.5 out of 5 considering how cheap it was.
The mouse was OK, maybe 3.5 out of 5. In the first while or so it was a decent mouse. It did feel small initially (my hands are medium sized), but I quick got used to it and it was not a problem. The range is excellent. I can be across the room on my bed and it'll still receive the signal. I can also use it on practically any surface and it won't be choppy at the least. Over time, the battery life deteriorated. It basically needs changing batteries once or twice a month, which is annoying because I might not have them on hand.
Recently, middle click broke altogether. The wheel still scrolls fine, but middle-clicking just stopped working. The battery slot also became finnicky. Once in a while, it would pop up ever so slightly from its socket while you're using the mouse and there would be no signal because the mouse has no power. You'd have to open the cover and push the battery in again, or as I like to do it because I'm lazy - give it a big shake and let the momentum push the battery back down. Then I'll see the red light at the bottom light up again.
One last issue is that the mouse can get really greasy over the years, especially if you use it with sweaty hands. It's not to hard to clean. This doesn't happen to much for my other mice. The keyboard however remained very clean.
All that said, it did take 2 years before some of this stuff started to happen to the mouse (but the keyboard is still fine!). I would recommend this product for daily usage, especially considering how cheap it was and how long it lasted.
I was satisfied with the keyboard and it’s mouse at the beginning, but unfortunately I can say that the keyboard “Trash” because it’s bluetooth receiver, it’s only work within les then 3 feet, all the time “both the keyboard and the mouse” cutting off and on and it’s make the work more difficult and more stressful.
The mouse is too small for me and the space between the keys is too close.
It felt like my fingers were sliding around so they got lost on the keyboard.
I guess it was made for someone with small hands.
last issue, but not a deal breaker: the keyboard didn't have the control functions like other keyboards have (copy, paste, cut etc.)
Bottom line: good for kids or people with small hands. If you are looking for something inexpensive and don't type much its a good buy.
I could probably get used to the mouse size