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LCD screen displays status of “lock” keys and battery life, AES encrypted transmission, Simple keyboard without a ton of software requiring multimedia keys, Mouse is comfortable to use, Excellent battery life, Hyperfast scrolling
"Incurve" key design and cushioned palm rest alleviate wrist irritation; impressive battery life claims (three years for keyboard, one for mouse); Hyper-fast scroll dial offers incremental fluidity; inexpensive.
Incurve keys more of a marketing gimmick
Doesn't use Logitech's new Unifying USB receiver or Darkfield laser sensor; Hyper-fast scroll dial inconveniently located underneath the mouse; lefties can't use the sculpted mouse; simple LCD screen adds unnecessary bulk to the keyboard desig
By Maximum CPU on March 23, 2010
Logitech’s MK700 is an extremely well rounded keyboard and mouse combo. Over the month I used the MK700, nothing really negative stood out. My only complaint was the mouse could have been a little longer even though the mouse is slightly larger...
By K.S. Studios on February 23, 2010
We recently built a HTPC an had a need for a wireless keyboard and mouse combo that we could use to control it. After trying no less than four planks from two different manufacturers, we finally ended up choosing Logitech’s MK700 combo. We had some...
By cnet on October 12, 2009
Although it's not our favorite keyboard and mouse combination, the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 set earns our recommendation for its comfortable "Incurve" key design, quick scrolling mouse, and impressive battery life. If you're looking to...
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