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Logitech Wireless Desktop MK70 review


This sturdy and comfortable set from Logitech works well but doesn't feel good enough to justify its price.

Review Date: 9 Jul 2010

Price when reviewed: £76

Buy it now for: £73
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Reviewed By: Kat Orphanides

Our Rating 3 stars out of 5

User Rating 5 stars out of 5

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Logitech's MK710 wireless keyboard and mouse set is designed for comfort and also claims a battery life of three years from four AA cells. It's easy to set up - the tiny USB transmitter 'found' the keyboard and mouse as soon as be connected it.

We liked the keyboard's padded wrist rest, which provides ample support while typing. The flatish keys are designed to accurately guide your fingers from letter to letter. However, they feel very slippery and we didn't like their rather loose action. The right-handed ergonomic laser mouse is smooth and easy to use, with a particularly fast and responsive scroll wheel.

However, at £76 the MK710 is far from cheap. Although it works well enough, we weren't impressed by the feel of the keyboard. We prefer Cherry's low-profile B. Unlimited set, which costs around £25 less.

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