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Plenty of shortcut keys.
Good battery life.
Bulletproof Logitech build quality
Useful Smart Calculator Function
Includes a MX Revolution Mouse.
Good response and range.
This keyboard has an LCD screen that can alert you to new messages and access music.
The keyboard’s keys aren’t spill resistant.
Keyboard cannot be turned off.
Mouse is only for right-handed people.
Display makes it difficult to tuck inside keyboard trays.
MX Revolution mouse is old news.
Glut of shortcut buttons youll probably never use.
Buggy drivers possibly.
Keyboard lacks any type of ergonomic design past the wristwrest.
Keyboard batteries unfortunately don't have the life of most wireless keyboards because of the LCD screen
No USB and audio connections.
Spongy typing feel.
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
This keyboard and mouse combo is ergonomic, rechargeable and packed with...
By Web User on January 28, 2010
If you're looking for luxury, this is the set to choose. However, lavishness comes at a price - double that of the Microsoft model. The mouse is an ergonomic dream (so long as you're right-handed) and is configurable so that you can choose a...
By TechTree on March 12, 2009
What we have here is a deadly combination of the best keyboard and mouse in one bundle, the MX5500 Revolution. The most striking change from the older MX3200 is the use of Bluetooth technology, giving you longer range.The keyboard retains the layout...
By Maximum CPU on March 06, 2009
Overall I’m extremely pleased with the MX 5500 and has lived up to the high quality that Logitech is known for. Even while gaming I found the device to perform very well. At $169 the price tag seems a little steep but with that price point you are...
By BrightHub on January 30, 2009
I found the wireless connectivity of both the devices to be...
By The TechZone on January 11, 2009
At $170, the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX5500 Revolution is far from being a bargain basement offering. It’s probably more than what most people are willing to spend on a wireless desktop set, so you would think that Logitech would step it up a...
By Laptop Logic on October 20, 2008
The entire combo retails for a cool $169.99, which includes the MX Revolution mouse and keyboard in the Bluetooth variety. To give you some comparison, the mouse itself retails at $99.99. Microsofts m7000 combo set retails at only $129.99. However...
By Sharky Extreme on June 27, 2008
The Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 5500 Revolution is a very nice combination of a top-end mouse and quality keyboard, all in a solid Bluetooth-enabled package, and with an equally high price tag. The overall quality and design of the hardware is...
By V3.co.uk on June 23, 2008
With a smooth key action and sturdy design, this keyboard is a joy to type on. Both the keyboard and mouse connect via Bluetooth – Logitech includes a Bluetooth dongle with a quick setup button so you don’t need to mess around with...
By PC Pro on June 19, 2008
The keyboard in this set isn't what you would call compact or subtle. With a built-in wristrest and a glossy bump above the keys housing an LCD screen, it takes up far more room than a traditional 105-key model. The screen is the interesting part:...
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