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2.4G Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Portable Mini Keyboard Mouse Combo Set For Notebook Laptop Mac Desktop PC Computer Smart TV PS4

Features:
2.4 GHz wireless technology delivering a reliable connection with up to a 10M range.
No wires allowing for an organized and tidy desktop.

The keyboard and mouse share the same USB receiver to save the computer’s USB ports.
Responsive keys in scissor-key switches.

Compact and slim in full-size design.
Low power battery indicators and multimedia hotkeys for your convenience.
Keyboard keys do not make loud clicking noises.

Product parameters:
Connection mode: 2.4G
Product material: ABS+PC
Transmission distance: <=10m
Powered by AAA battery: Not included
Compatible system: MAC, Windows10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista, Linux, etc.

 

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  1. Casey

    I use this keyboard and mouse set at work when I have my laptop connected to the docking station. My dock has very limited ports so the fact that the keyboard and mouse use the same USB dongle is a lifesaver.The set looks nice and doesn t feel cheap. The mouse glides smoothly and the clicks are what I would call medium volume not super loud but definitely not silent. The keyboard has a nice feedback and the spacing is perfect. The click of the keys is the same as the mouse. I would not recommend these if you were trying to use them right next to someone who was sleeping but for typical office use the sound is totally normal.This is the second set I ve purchased and I will continue to buy them for other staff as needed. They are a great value and they don t drain batteries or freeze up as other models that we ve tried. Highly recommended.

  2. Brian

    Well it s Logitech so of course everything s exactly perfect.I ve had this for over a year and I think i ve replaced the batteries once(?)Obviously the mouse is responsive & precise.Obviously the keyboard is snappy with well-spaced keys (all where i expect them to be) and – in general – just a joy for typing.So let me tell you about its LESS OBVIOUS feature.When i bought my Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo well over a year ago – it came with the keyboard cover shrouding the keyboard.I almost threw it out mistakenly thinking it was protection for when shipping. WOW! Was i glad i kept it!! AMAZING! It s sort of like a keyboard condom in that it protects from the contamination of poor decisions! :)Every so often i lift the cover to toss out all the crumbs that have collected. And i have this totally pristine keyboard beneath.The cover NEVER interferes with my typing indeed i m using it now as i type this review. FANTASTIC!!If ever this keyboard wears out – i m confident this is exactly the model I will purchase next. I love this KBM keyboard mouse combo!!!

  3. Casey

    I use this keyboard and mouse set at work when I have my laptop connected to the docking station. My dock has very limited ports so the fact that the keyboard and mouse use the same USB dongle is a lifesaver.The set looks nice and doesn t feel cheap. The mouse glides smoothly and the clicks are what I would call medium volume not super loud but definitely not silent. The keyboard has a nice feedback and the spacing is perfect. The click of the keys is the same as the mouse. I would not recommend these if you were trying to use them right next to someone who was sleeping but for typical office use the sound is totally normal.This is the second set I ve purchased and I will continue to buy them for other staff as needed. They are a great value and they don t drain batteries or freeze up as other models that we ve tried. Highly recommended.

  4. Brian

    Well it s Logitech so of course everything s exactly perfect.I ve had this for over a year and I think i ve replaced the batteries once(?)Obviously the mouse is responsive & precise.Obviously the keyboard is snappy with well-spaced keys (all where i expect them to be) and – in general – just a joy for typing.So let me tell you about its LESS OBVIOUS feature.When i bought my Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo well over a year ago – it came with the keyboard cover shrouding the keyboard.I almost threw it out mistakenly thinking it was protection for when shipping. WOW! Was i glad i kept it!! AMAZING! It s sort of like a keyboard condom in that it protects from the contamination of poor decisions! :)Every so often i lift the cover to toss out all the crumbs that have collected. And i have this totally pristine keyboard beneath.The cover NEVER interferes with my typing indeed i m using it now as i type this review. FANTASTIC!!If ever this keyboard wears out – i m confident this is exactly the model I will purchase next. I love this KBM keyboard mouse combo!!!

  5. John Hilker

    I love how lightweight the keyboard is although I felt the mouse was a little light for me. I was already using the Logitech M510 so I will just keep on using that one. Sorry I didn t have the ability to just get the keyboard but it was still a very good value. I also really enjoy the 8 keys to provide additional access to my system. Didn t realize I would like this feature so much. The keyboard has a very nice touch to it didn t take long for me to get used to it. I also enjoyed how easy it was to set up. Really plug and play! No installation necessary!I do wish there were a light to indicate when the Number Lock is on. They have it for Caps Lock. But overall this is a very good setup at this price point.

  6. Ed C

    Got this Wireless Keyboard+Mouse combo mostly for my Raspberry Pi s. While I have used wireless keyboards and mice before I havent personally owned any because as a gamer the technology had never been as dependable as a hardwired keyboard and mouse. While that tech now exists my gaming days are behind me and as I said I needed this mostly for my new ‘game aka my Raspberry Pi s. I do wish that the whole Unifying receiver technology caught on and was more prominent in wireless devices but for my use case this setup has been perfect. It makes life much easier to not have to unplug my keyboard and mouse from my desktop PC to use in my Raspberry Pi 4 or PiZeroW. For the price of $20 for the combo coming from a very well known company in the peripheral space this combo is really hard to beat. I highly recommend this to anyone who would be using this combo for normal daily use that doesnt require a mechanical keyboard or gaming mouse.

  7. Just Sayin 2012

    When you get this you will find the usb in the mouse. You have to take off the battery cover and you will find it in there. I was online with INeedMeOne waiting for a call when I recalled someone wrote this in a review. I did recall that another customer found the usb hidden in the packaging so I was really careful to open the box. Anyway I haven t even used this for 5 minutes. In answer to some questions about noise yeah the keyboard is kind of noisy. Not all keyboards are this noisy. It feels good however and everything worked as soon as I put in the batteries found the usb and turned everything on. For the price it s good. I am a teacher and have attempted to raise my laptop to eye level through the use of a special table. I ll update this review if I find out anything different. So far so good. But crazy to hide the usb without telling the customer. (Or am I so ignorant that this is where usb s for combos are always kept?)

  8. JG526

    NOTE: Older reviews stated that the USB dongle was in a compartment inside the mouse. My USB dongle was inside the keyboard & mouse box in a built-in slot on a piece of cardboard. It would be easy to miss if you just rip the box apart.I needed a new wireless keyboard and mouse since my TedGem wireless keyboard failed after 6 months of use. I decided to go with this Logitech keyboard & mouse since I had been happy with their products in the past.This is a very nice keyboard at this price point and works fine with my HP desktop computer. Although it is not backlit the white color on every key is bright & makes it easy to see in even low light conditions. So far all of the keys are responsive with no lag or delay while typing just like a wired keyboard and mouse. There is an on/off switch on the keyboard that I do not use since the keyboard and mouse go to sleep when it is not being used which I really like since I did not want to bother turning it on/off. It also comes with a single USB dongle that controls both the keyboard & mouse. I have tested the range of the keyboard and mouse and had no issues at 18-20 feet.Now I do prefer the TedGem mouse over the Logitech mouse. The TedGem mouse was whisper quiet but with the Logitech I hear every click. However there is absolutely nothing wrong with the Logitech mouse functionality it is just louder since you hear all the clicks and kinda has a hollow sound to it. So far I am happy with this product but will update the review if any issues develop.

  9. JG526

    NOTE: Older reviews stated that the USB dongle was in a compartment inside the mouse. My USB dongle was inside the keyboard & mouse box in a built-in slot on a piece of cardboard. It would be easy to miss if you just rip the box apart.I needed a new wireless keyboard and mouse since my TedGem wireless keyboard failed after 6 months of use. I decided to go with this Logitech keyboard & mouse since I had been happy with their products in the past.This is a very nice keyboard at this price point and works fine with my HP desktop computer. Although it is not backlit the white color on every key is bright & makes it easy to see in even low light conditions. So far all of the keys are responsive with no lag or delay while typing just like a wired keyboard and mouse. There is an on/off switch on the keyboard that I do not use since the keyboard and mouse go to sleep when it is not being used which I really like since I did not want to bother turning it on/off. It also comes with a single USB dongle that controls both the keyboard & mouse. I have tested the range of the keyboard and mouse and had no issues at 18-20 feet.Now I do prefer the TedGem mouse over the Logitech mouse. The TedGem mouse was whisper quiet but with the Logitech I hear every click. However there is absolutely nothing wrong with the Logitech mouse functionality it is just louder since you hear all the clicks and kinda has a hollow sound to it. So far I am happy with this product but will update the review if any issues develop.

  10. Grits

    I already had one of these and am using it on my desktop with a dual computer setup. Rather than take that apart every time I wanted to use my laptop with a standard keyboard I just got a 2nd one. The original one has been functioning flawlessly for years with very few batteries ever used despite rarely being turned of. So far this newer item performs just as well. It s fairly basic but I can still type quite high speed for my age. Just plug in the USB dongle make sure you have appropriate charged batteries installed and you ve got a keyboard and mouse for almost any situation. Great product at a decent price. And the feel of the keys during typing is wonderful if you can touch-type.

  11. Cyber

    The keyboard is great. The keys give a satisfying feedback with each keystroke and it feels sturdy for the price. The main things I dont like are that it s a single reciever for both devices and the mouse is overly sensitive. I have both a laptop and custom PC that I switch between and because of the unified receiver with this combo I use a different wireless mouse for the laptop. Sure I could just connect this one and also have a second keyboard connected to my laptop but why? I understand the unified receiver is probably meant to take up less USB ports but even most laptops have at least 3 USB ports now. Basic motherboards for custom PCs usually have at least 6 not including what your case may have built in. I know it may fit some nomadic laptop users needs but it s just not a desired feature for me.Mostly though my annoyance with this set come from the mouse being WAY too sensitive. I don t mean it flies across the page with the flick of my wrist; that s adjustable in the OS settings. Anytime I try to click on something (hyperlinks buttons applications etc.) the mouse is so sensitive that it interprets the small natural wiggle in my hand as I click as actual movement and typically tries to drag-and-drop or otherwise not register as a generic click. I ve had to try to click things up to 5 times before it registered correctly. It s incredibly annoying when it happens. I ve tried using a mouse pad and other surfaces to no benefit either. Plus my other mouse that I use with my laptop does fine on both said laptop and custom PC on all surfaces including fabric. It s just this mouse.Lastly the range is mediocre depending on what your setup is like. I use my 55 tv as a monitor and my tower sits on the entertainment center approximately 6 ft away. The receiver does well when plugged into the USB ports on the front of my case but connection lags terribly if in any of the ports in the back (about another foot back).TL;DR: Great for price mouse is extra sensitive single unified USB receiver for both mouse and keyboard range could be better.Pros:- Great price- Pleasing haptic feedback from keyboard- Battery life (going on 3 months at the time of this review)Cons:- Mouse overly sensitive- Unified receiver for both devices- The range is mediocre- No backlightIn the end I ll be investing in a new mouse at the very least.

  12. Grits

    I already had one of these and am using it on my desktop with a dual computer setup. Rather than take that apart every time I wanted to use my laptop with a standard keyboard I just got a 2nd one. The original one has been functioning flawlessly for years with very few batteries ever used despite rarely being turned of. So far this newer item performs just as well. It s fairly basic but I can still type quite high speed for my age. Just plug in the USB dongle make sure you have appropriate charged batteries installed and you ve got a keyboard and mouse for almost any situation. Great product at a decent price. And the feel of the keys during typing is wonderful if you can touch-type.

  13. Cyber

    The keyboard is great. The keys give a satisfying feedback with each keystroke and it feels sturdy for the price. The main things I dont like are that it s a single reciever for both devices and the mouse is overly sensitive. I have both a laptop and custom PC that I switch between and because of the unified receiver with this combo I use a different wireless mouse for the laptop. Sure I could just connect this one and also have a second keyboard connected to my laptop but why? I understand the unified receiver is probably meant to take up less USB ports but even most laptops have at least 3 USB ports now. Basic motherboards for custom PCs usually have at least 6 not including what your case may have built in. I know it may fit some nomadic laptop users needs but it s just not a desired feature for me.Mostly though my annoyance with this set come from the mouse being WAY too sensitive. I don t mean it flies across the page with the flick of my wrist; that s adjustable in the OS settings. Anytime I try to click on something (hyperlinks buttons applications etc.) the mouse is so sensitive that it interprets the small natural wiggle in my hand as I click as actual movement and typically tries to drag-and-drop or otherwise not register as a generic click. I ve had to try to click things up to 5 times before it registered correctly. It s incredibly annoying when it happens. I ve tried using a mouse pad and other surfaces to no benefit either. Plus my other mouse that I use with my laptop does fine on both said laptop and custom PC on all surfaces including fabric. It s just this mouse.Lastly the range is mediocre depending on what your setup is like. I use my 55 tv as a monitor and my tower sits on the entertainment center approximately 6 ft away. The receiver does well when plugged into the USB ports on the front of my case but connection lags terribly if in any of the ports in the back (about another foot back).TL;DR: Great for price mouse is extra sensitive single unified USB receiver for both mouse and keyboard range could be better.Pros:- Great price- Pleasing haptic feedback from keyboard- Battery life (going on 3 months at the time of this review)Cons:- Mouse overly sensitive- Unified receiver for both devices- The range is mediocre- No backlightIn the end I ll be investing in a new mouse at the very least.

  14. Jon

    This is a quality keyboard for the price and I m glad they keep making it so that s why I bought my third one.I sit at my computer all day doing work. I m not a full time typer but I type a fair bit during the day. I like the size and feel of this keyboard. I ve never liked the ones with a palm rest and could never get used to the ergonomic ones either.I don t use the mouse because it is too small for me so that goes into the drawer as a spare. (my preferred mouse is the Performance MX).One of my favorite features are the quick buttons at the top. I use the calculator a lot so having a button there is darn handy. Plus having a mute button or volume up/down is great too.My only beef (and this is a small beef) is that after a couple years of use every day a few of the letters wear off and the space bar has two shiny spots where my thumbs hit them all the time. If you were a full time typist it probably would do this after a few months.Other than that I love it!

  15. DesertRodent

    Update: These are my go-to keyboard and mouse combos for general use with laptops & RPis. I have several of them. In general I can highly recommend them! However one was received without a second tact switch below the LHS shift key causing it to stick unless hit exactly correctly. I ve updated my star rating from 2 to 4 because this was probably an isolated incident. Other keyboards of this model did not have this issue.Original review: In most respects this is an excellent keyboard and I would give it five stars except for one glaring deficiencies. Left hand shift key should be equipped with two tact switches under it because it is needs to respond to a press anywhere on its surface. However it only responds to presses on the extreme left of the shift key. On removing the key to find out the reason for this problem I found that the right hand side of the shift key was lacking a tactile switch and thus It was doomed to failure if pressed on the right hand side. I am unsure whether this is a manufacturing defect or a choice made by some numbskull MBA in the hopes of removing a couple of cents from the manufacturing cost of the keyboard. If it is the former that speaks of poor QC. If it is the latter then it may be a sign that this otherwise excellent brand is starting to slip downhill.

  16. Jon

    This is a quality keyboard for the price and I m glad they keep making it so that s why I bought my third one.I sit at my computer all day doing work. I m not a full time typer but I type a fair bit during the day. I like the size and feel of this keyboard. I ve never liked the ones with a palm rest and could never get used to the ergonomic ones either.I don t use the mouse because it is too small for me so that goes into the drawer as a spare. (my preferred mouse is the Performance MX).One of my favorite features are the quick buttons at the top. I use the calculator a lot so having a button there is darn handy. Plus having a mute button or volume up/down is great too.My only beef (and this is a small beef) is that after a couple years of use every day a few of the letters wear off and the space bar has two shiny spots where my thumbs hit them all the time. If you were a full time typist it probably would do this after a few months.Other than that I love it!

  17. DesertRodent

    Update: These are my go-to keyboard and mouse combos for general use with laptops & RPis. I have several of them. In general I can highly recommend them! However one was received without a second tact switch below the LHS shift key causing it to stick unless hit exactly correctly. I ve updated my star rating from 2 to 4 because this was probably an isolated incident. Other keyboards of this model did not have this issue.Original review: In most respects this is an excellent keyboard and I would give it five stars except for one glaring deficiencies. Left hand shift key should be equipped with two tact switches under it because it is needs to respond to a press anywhere on its surface. However it only responds to presses on the extreme left of the shift key. On removing the key to find out the reason for this problem I found that the right hand side of the shift key was lacking a tactile switch and thus It was doomed to failure if pressed on the right hand side. I am unsure whether this is a manufacturing defect or a choice made by some numbskull MBA in the hopes of removing a couple of cents from the manufacturing cost of the keyboard. If it is the former that speaks of poor QC. If it is the latter then it may be a sign that this otherwise excellent brand is starting to slip downhill.

  18. Charles

    I m only typing (on the same keyboard on review) to let everyone know this works fantastic with a newer laptop that I bought a stand for so I could have a desktop keyboard. It s not as sleek and quiet as the keys on my laptop but very similar to my office computer (little clunky) so that works just fine for now. This has 2 little legs to pop it up in the back. The mouse wasn t what I hoped for (a tad small) as I have the Logitech M310 which is a tad bigger that I prefer but both worked great together with the single dongle that s hidden in the mouse battery compartment. So in all I got a backup mouse if needed. No lag on keys and I have to type a lot for work. I feel it s good buy no issues and been working without a hitch.

  19. Charles

    I m only typing (on the same keyboard on review) to let everyone know this works fantastic with a newer laptop that I bought a stand for so I could have a desktop keyboard. It s not as sleek and quiet as the keys on my laptop but very similar to my office computer (little clunky) so that works just fine for now. This has 2 little legs to pop it up in the back. The mouse wasn t what I hoped for (a tad small) as I have the Logitech M310 which is a tad bigger that I prefer but both worked great together with the single dongle that s hidden in the mouse battery compartment. So in all I got a backup mouse if needed. No lag on keys and I have to type a lot for work. I feel it s good buy no issues and been working without a hitch.

  20. Jeri

    I was SO frustrated when I opened this and took out the keyboard and mouse. I pulled the plate off the bottom of the mouse and there was no usb dongle!! What the???? Frustration turned to anger and I was shoving everything back into the box to return it when I found the usb thingie stuck in a slot on the end flap of the box.. GRRRRRR!!!!! Put the damned thing in the base of the mouse where it belongs why dontcha? Just sayin … Other than that it works great never saw a keyboard and mouse run off a single usb but that saves me a slot I guess. I like the keyboard a lot and I gave it my usual superglue to CAPS key to it s unlocked position . What a wasted key on a keyboard. I CAN DO THE SAME THING WITH MY SHIFT KEY THANKS.. 🙂

  21. Jeri

    I was SO frustrated when I opened this and took out the keyboard and mouse. I pulled the plate off the bottom of the mouse and there was no usb dongle!! What the???? Frustration turned to anger and I was shoving everything back into the box to return it when I found the usb thingie stuck in a slot on the end flap of the box.. GRRRRRR!!!!! Put the damned thing in the base of the mouse where it belongs why dontcha? Just sayin … Other than that it works great never saw a keyboard and mouse run off a single usb but that saves me a slot I guess. I like the keyboard a lot and I gave it my usual superglue to CAPS key to it s unlocked position . What a wasted key on a keyboard. I CAN DO THE SAME THING WITH MY SHIFT KEY THANKS.. 🙂

  22. Nathan C. Brindle

    This is a typically-good Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse. I ve had several in the past so not my first appearance in this rodeo. I ve never had a complaint about them and this isn t a complaint.The unit was purchased to use with an Intel ComputeStick STK1AW32SC I ve had lying around for a few years. I found that there is a great deal of RFI (radio frequency interference) that overwhelms the USB dongle regardless of what they say about 2.4GHz dropout prevention. This makes the connection intermittent and both the mouse and the keyboard are impossible to use. BUT the problem is easily corrected and it s not Logitech s fault; I m sure Logitech was not expecting this unit to be used practically on top of an Atom CPU :)The problem was solved by plugging a 24 USB extension cable into the port on the ComputeStick and plugging the dongle into the USB extension. That got it far enough away from the ComputeStick (it s currently lying about a foot away) that there was no longer any problem with RFI. A similar solution would be to use a USB hub and plug the dongle into the hub. Given the frequencies involved my guess is any USB extension cable of at least 6 -12 in length would solve the problem; I just went with the extension I had on hand.I have not tested the unit with the Raspberry Pi but previous experience with other wireless devices and the Pi suggests this is not an issue (or not as much of an issue) with the full size Raspberry Pi. The dongle won t plug directly into a Pi Zero (no USB A port) so it s a non-issue for the half-size Pi.Again: No operational issue once I got the dongle a short distance away from the ComputeStick. Good keyboard/mouse combination; would buy again.

  23. C

    Very easy to use and reliable keyboard and mouse. My biggest complaint is that they could have made the USB receiver easier to spot. If you think you didn t get one check again – I m willing to bet you just missed it. It s a very small thing so easy to miss.As for other complaints…well…I see a lot of people not understanding how to set this up or not understanding that you have to turn the mouse and keyboard on before using it or that you have to remove the plastic from the battery contact first. As my very southern grandfather would say Remember son some folks cornbread ain t done in the middle.

  24. C

    Very easy to use and reliable keyboard and mouse. My biggest complaint is that they could have made the USB receiver easier to spot. If you think you didn t get one check again – I m willing to bet you just missed it. It s a very small thing so easy to miss.As for other complaints…well…I see a lot of people not understanding how to set this up or not understanding that you have to turn the mouse and keyboard on before using it or that you have to remove the plastic from the battery contact first. As my very southern grandfather would say Remember son some folks cornbread ain t done in the middle.

  25. Neutron Man

    I bought this keyboard and mouse for travel purposes. The mouse is small and for my big hand that is a problem IF I was attempting to use it all the time. The mouse is also very light weight even being its that small. I might try it attach a tungsten weight at some point.The keyboard is a typical Logitech K-serious feel to it. It is light and I wouldn t get to crazy with how you handle it. If you travel with the keyboard (I sometimes do) use wisdom on how you pack it. Overall the keys are typical responsiveness I expect from a logitech keyboard. I use a mechanical (another company) at home on my desktop/gaming machine and at work I use a K-series wired board with mouse combination. I like the feel well enough that I can switch between the two types easily.The wireless connectivity of the system was fast and easy to get to work on my Windows 10 machine. No problems so far. I didn t have to pull anything fancy either.

  26. Brandon Kachmar

    The USB Dongle is tucked inside of the battery compartment where it is hard to see and I thought it was missing. Thankfully the customer care rep from INeedMeOne knew right were the dongle was and when I looked a second time I noticed it. What they should do is color the top of the dongle differently so it stands out for those with less than perfect vision like myself. I am extremely technically proficient but I missed this little crucial part. I forgot the Rep s name who helped me and resolved it in about 20 seconds on the phone but I appreciate competent customer service rep s like the fellow who helped me just now. Thanks. Otherwise you can t go wrong with Logitech keyboards and mice. I have been using them for years for custom builds and wherever a wireless device can be used. Sometimes in the business place you want your mice and keyboards to be wired so employee s don t loose them and render a work station useless. But when you can use a wireless mouse and keyboard Logitech is dependable and nice.

  27. INeedMeOne_shopper

    I have only great things to share about this product and seller. When I broke my first mouse from the same set (by repeatedly dropping it – oops… clumsy :)) I ordered a second set and it arrived very quickly – on Christmas Eve! – like a Christmas miracle :))) A miracle because the product is marked as out of stock until a month from now (and I was willing to wait!) but it still arrived quickly. The product itself is really good – both keyboard and mouse are very comfortable work great. The price is right and the packaging is awesome (I love how they thoughtfully put the USB part into the flip on packaging so that people don t miss it. I would know to look for it inside the mouse but not everyone can guess that – so it s quite clever to put the USB part visibly into packaging itself – can t miss it). Batteries are also supplied – great deal. The product works great and can last and last if you don t abuse it like I tend to by dropping things… My husband has the same set and I am very happy with my replacement set too. Highly recommended!

  28. Ava Joy Porter

    I enjoy this full-sized keyboard which looks great on my desk. It s made very well and I love that it has a volume control button right on top without having to use a function key The mouse feels good in my hand although it is one of the smaller sized Logitech mice and much lighter weight than the (Logitech) M705 which I also purchased on INeedMeOne. This Combination is great in that it uses the same USB for both the keyboard and the mouse. One of the best features is the plug it in and play and that it came with good batteries. It was packaged nicely and delivered in a day. I also like the numeric keyboard. It s not a silent keyboard in that you do hear clicking when you type but it s not overly loud. I also like the convenient on/off switch and the pre-programmed function keys. This is an excellent set that I can use on my laptop or desktop. It s cordless and has a nice range. Very student-friendly and a great value for the price.

  29. INeedMeOne_shopper

    I have only great things to share about this product and seller. When I broke my first mouse from the same set (by repeatedly dropping it – oops… clumsy :)) I ordered a second set and it arrived very quickly – on Christmas Eve! – like a Christmas miracle :))) A miracle because the product is marked as out of stock until a month from now (and I was willing to wait!) but it still arrived quickly. The product itself is really good – both keyboard and mouse are very comfortable work great. The price is right and the packaging is awesome (I love how they thoughtfully put the USB part into the flip on packaging so that people don t miss it. I would know to look for it inside the mouse but not everyone can guess that – so it s quite clever to put the USB part visibly into packaging itself – can t miss it). Batteries are also supplied – great deal. The product works great and can last and last if you don t abuse it like I tend to by dropping things… My husband has the same set and I am very happy with my replacement set too. Highly recommended!

  30. Ryan Legrady

    I bought 2 set of these at the same time. One for my work-from-home setup and another for my personal desktop PC. I use my work setup every day for hours and the keyboard/mouse work flawlessly for this set.My personal setup was a bit different. The mouse worked perfect but the keyboard was intermittent. Every few minutes it would ac if not connected and then connect. I swapped Keyboard combos between my WFH and personal setups and confirmed it was the keyboard. INeedMeOne sent a replacement and received it the next day.So far the new keyboard seems to be working good after using it for a few hours. I will keep an eye on it. I would recommend this as if it works as it should it s a nice cheap cordless keyboard/mouse combo. If there s an issue just be sure to get it replaced asap.

  31. Bullsurfer

    I have an extended roll top desk. I either have to reach up to type on my laptop or I need to move the whole thing down onto the pull out tray. It has been highly inconvenient for 16 years! We purchased this wireless independent keyboard and what a difference it has made! I love it. Computer sits on the top of my desk and just this wireless keyboard on the lower branch. I can easily see what I m typing at a quick glance. Highly recommended.

  32. Bullsurfer

    I have an extended roll top desk. I either have to reach up to type on my laptop or I need to move the whole thing down onto the pull out tray. It has been highly inconvenient for 16 years! We purchased this wireless independent keyboard and what a difference it has made! I love it. Computer sits on the top of my desk and just this wireless keyboard on the lower branch. I can easily see what I m typing at a quick glance. Highly recommended.

  33. kojo

    The combo is what I expected a basic wireless keyboard/mouse that can fit on my somewhat narrow keyboard tray. Everything is working now but it took a support chat and some experimenting to get here. Initially there were huge lags between keystrokes and the characters appearing onscreen and sometimes they came in garbled. The mouse was tracking wildly very hard to control. Support chat: change the batteries try it with another computer place the dongle in a different port. I ll cut to the chase. It shipped with crap batteries. Replacing them helped but the lags and mouse swings persisted. I finally put the dongle in a USB port on front of the computer so 18 away from the keyboard and mouse with nothing in between to block the signal. Working ok now but some keys like the function keys the calculator key must be held for a second or two before they work. So its okay but rather disappointing. Not what I expect from Logitech.

  34. kojo

    The combo is what I expected a basic wireless keyboard/mouse that can fit on my somewhat narrow keyboard tray. Everything is working now but it took a support chat and some experimenting to get here. Initially there were huge lags between keystrokes and the characters appearing onscreen and sometimes they came in garbled. The mouse was tracking wildly very hard to control. Support chat: change the batteries try it with another computer place the dongle in a different port. I ll cut to the chase. It shipped with crap batteries. Replacing them helped but the lags and mouse swings persisted. I finally put the dongle in a USB port on front of the computer so 18 away from the keyboard and mouse with nothing in between to block the signal. Working ok now but some keys like the function keys the calculator key must be held for a second or two before they work. So its okay but rather disappointing. Not what I expect from Logitech.

  35. CarlS

    My previous wireless keyboard-mouse combo was not working well – particularly the mouse so I decided to go with the name brand Logitech for this replacement. Budget model only $25 for both keyboard and mouse. Both are nice and functional and share the single USB plug-in receiver that comes with. Basically just plug in the USB and turn both keyboard and mouse switches on and you are in business. Keyboard has a nice feel and the mouse is sensitive and does what I want. Even came with batteries (nice touch). The keyboard is a full keyboard so in additioon to various function keys volume play home etc. it has a full number pad to the right. And there is a light to indicate whether the Caps Lock is on. I m sure you can get nicer for more money but this is great – highly recommend.

  36. CarlS

    My previous wireless keyboard-mouse combo was not working well – particularly the mouse so I decided to go with the name brand Logitech for this replacement. Budget model only $25 for both keyboard and mouse. Both are nice and functional and share the single USB plug-in receiver that comes with. Basically just plug in the USB and turn both keyboard and mouse switches on and you are in business. Keyboard has a nice feel and the mouse is sensitive and does what I want. Even came with batteries (nice touch). The keyboard is a full keyboard so in additioon to various function keys volume play home etc. it has a full number pad to the right. And there is a light to indicate whether the Caps Lock is on. I m sure you can get nicer for more money but this is great – highly recommend.

  37. Mikayla Brohman

    I bought this for working from home and since my husband also works from home I needed a keyboard that wouldn t be too distracting and this one is perfect! It fits well on my desk is comfortable to use and has all of the capabilities of the fancier keyboard I have at my office so I don t feel like I m missing out on anything. Would definitely recommend especially for such a great price! The mouse is a little smaller than what I d like but it works great.

  38. Queen

    The keyboard on my laptop stopped responding but it works fine otherwise. After troubleshooting the obvious options the easiest and most cost-effective fix was to get a functional wireless keyboard. I really don t like typing on laptop keyboards but forced myself to get used to it because of the compact convenience but when I connected this keyboard I was very pleased. The touch is great and it allows me to type much faster which is very useful for work. Easy to install. However the mouse in this bundle is very cheap and didn t even connect. I didn t buy this for the mouse but this little thing felt like a toy. Since I already have a much better Logitech cordless mouse I didn t bother to troubleshoot this much cheaper model but felt it needed mentioning. The keyboard gets 4.5 stars but the mouse gets a 1.

  39. Grey Buyer

    My current keyboard an HP USB-connected board that came with a previous computer was a bit noisier than I like. An OLD wireless Logitech mouse I was using started to have a mind of its own even after cleaning. Time for something new.I chose the MK270 based on the brand and the $25 price. I opened the box removed the battery tags for the keyboard and mouse and plugged the dongle into my USB hub. When I turned on the keyboard mouse and Win10 laptop everything worked without a hiccup! Zero adjustments were required in the laptop s settings.The mouse is small about an inch smaller than what I was using. I ve found that I have fewer CTS issues with smaller mouses. The mouse is light and responsive even without a mousepad.The keyboard has a soft clicking sound that gets louder if you hit keys harder. For those who do not type aggressively the board is rather quiet. The keys feel spring-loaded for feedback with a nice depth to the keys when typing. My laptop has almost no depth or feedback which is why I use an external board. I d definitely recommend this for purchase whether connected to a laptop or desktop.

  40. Queen

    The keyboard on my laptop stopped responding but it works fine otherwise. After troubleshooting the obvious options the easiest and most cost-effective fix was to get a functional wireless keyboard. I really don t like typing on laptop keyboards but forced myself to get used to it because of the compact convenience but when I connected this keyboard I was very pleased. The touch is great and it allows me to type much faster which is very useful for work. Easy to install. However the mouse in this bundle is very cheap and didn t even connect. I didn t buy this for the mouse but this little thing felt like a toy. Since I already have a much better Logitech cordless mouse I didn t bother to troubleshoot this much cheaper model but felt it needed mentioning. The keyboard gets 4.5 stars but the mouse gets a 1.

  41. C. Morton

    You know … they have to have received the SAME BLOODY COMPLAINT so many times!!!! They apparently put the USB receiver/dongle either IN the mouse OR in a separate flap/place hidden in the packaging. DOZENS of comments/complaints on this. HEY LOGITECH: once is funny twice is an accident DOZENS OF TIMES is enemy action … and YOU are the enemy!!!!LEARN FROM YOUR CUSTOMERS: wherever you put the dongle/receiver YOU MUST PUT A COLORFUL LABEL. If DOZENS of buyers of this otherwise EXCELLENT keyboard and mouse HAVE THE SAME SIMPLE PROBLEM and you can fix it BY A GOOD STICKER SAYING – RECEIVER UNDER HERE for example … JUST DO IT!!!

  42. IB

    I saw several reviews saying usb was missing. Ive had ple ty of keyboards. Normally their in the mouse. I unboxed it opened mouse and its not there. Great! So i got in touch with INeedMeOne start a replacement order. I went to re box the items and thats when infound it in the ear of the box lid. If u would have oepened the box at the other end i dont know that i would have ever seen it. Seems silly that they did this. But in case anyone else has this issue check the tabs. Also got for my son for schooling and playing games. Works great. Always been a good brand.

  43. Jason

    this was bought for gaming on our living room big screen tv using our computer and steamthe plastic felt cheap but it is durable the keys for gaming are very responsive and work very well for gamingas there is no Lag at all from 30 feetafter installing the batteries that came with this combo and taking the usb dongle from the mouse this worked plug and play no set up needed at all on windows 10 pro 64bitalso tested on Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia 64bit No Lag and worked plug and playover all 5 stars it does the job i needed it to do and does it very well.the media keys are also a nice Bonus for easy shortcut access.i would recommend this combo to friends .

  44. tranxhdr

    I ve owned this keyboard for about two years since I bought it. Overall it s been a reliable daily keyboard. I use it for both doing work and gaming. For the price you can t go wrong with this keyboard and mouse bundle. Although I did notch off a star because some of the buttons can become a little difficult to press after wear and tear. For some reason the left CTRL key is hard to press unless it is pressed at exactly the right spot which is the center. I ve opened up the keyboard and cleaned it. Checked to see what s going on with the left CTRL key but it still does it. Another ding is that the printed letters numbers and symbols can be scrapped off. The letter C on the C key is coming a bit off.One thing I really have to praise this keyboard is the battery life. I ve been using the same battery since the first day I began using it. It s probably because I always switch off the keyboard after turning off my computer.

  45. IB

    I saw several reviews saying usb was missing. Ive had ple ty of keyboards. Normally their in the mouse. I unboxed it opened mouse and its not there. Great! So i got in touch with INeedMeOne start a replacement order. I went to re box the items and thats when infound it in the ear of the box lid. If u would have oepened the box at the other end i dont know that i would have ever seen it. Seems silly that they did this. But in case anyone else has this issue check the tabs. Also got for my son for schooling and playing games. Works great. Always been a good brand.

  46. Jason

    this was bought for gaming on our living room big screen tv using our computer and steamthe plastic felt cheap but it is durable the keys for gaming are very responsive and work very well for gamingas there is no Lag at all from 30 feetafter installing the batteries that came with this combo and taking the usb dongle from the mouse this worked plug and play no set up needed at all on windows 10 pro 64bitalso tested on Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia 64bit No Lag and worked plug and playover all 5 stars it does the job i needed it to do and does it very well.the media keys are also a nice Bonus for easy shortcut access.i would recommend this combo to friends .

  47. tranxhdr

    I ve owned this keyboard for about two years since I bought it. Overall it s been a reliable daily keyboard. I use it for both doing work and gaming. For the price you can t go wrong with this keyboard and mouse bundle. Although I did notch off a star because some of the buttons can become a little difficult to press after wear and tear. For some reason the left CTRL key is hard to press unless it is pressed at exactly the right spot which is the center. I ve opened up the keyboard and cleaned it. Checked to see what s going on with the left CTRL key but it still does it. Another ding is that the printed letters numbers and symbols can be scrapped off. The letter C on the C key is coming a bit off.One thing I really have to praise this keyboard is the battery life. I ve been using the same battery since the first day I began using it. It s probably because I always switch off the keyboard after turning off my computer.

  48. Scott A. Franco

    This is my second time purchasing this keyboard/mouse combination. I have gone through several wireless keyboards they all eat batteries. The logitech keyboards are the only ones that don t.I have another review from the first time I bought this not sure why this didn t come up again. What I mainly wanted to add is that I have seen a lot of folks who had trouble with the keyboard and I wanted to address that. The keyboard and mouse are very sensitive where you put the USB dongle vs. the mouse and keyboard and what port it is in (power?). I saw the same symptoms others wrote about with the keys lagging my input and was able to correct it by moving the USB dongle to another port.Normally this would mark the unit as a problem but again this is the only such wireless unit I have found that does not eat batteries so in my mind it is worth it. I have another logitech combo a K330 that has a range extender on it. I use it on my living room home theatre system.

  49. Ink Spill

    I love the slim look it has. The keys are very responsive. The mouse is fast and fits in my hand perfectly. I needed a replacement pair and I m so happy with this one I don t know why I didn t purchase it sooner. Great product with great features like being ergonomic and having sleep mode just like in the product description. I think I ll be buying more of these in the future. It s fast enough for gaming too. I really like it.

  50. Charles McGloughlin

    Having purchased a HP Z240 high end computer three Samsung 22 Business monitors and (made my own) purpose built raised base for the monitors to get some of my desk space back) the Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo was the final enhancement to the system forced on me by my son s generous gift of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. All this because my old system would not run on the new software package!My new Logitech Keyboard and Mouse both work as intended. The compact footprint of the full-size keyboard is great and much in keeping with my desire to keep an uncluttered desk. The tactile feel of the keys is excellent and the extra row of programmed keys along the top edge is a very welcome bonus. The accompanying mouse works well but I may return to my previous mouse just because of familiarity.All in all a very excellent package at a very affordable price.

  51. Rick Riley

    This I my first wireless purchase – so I don t know anything about wireless. I knew you have to get the signal back and forth from the device to the computer. This unit requires a transponder to operate. I thoroughly searched the box to no avail. When I put the battery in the mouse I noticed a little black chip in my ignorance I took to be part of the mouse After hours of internet research I found a comment that the transponder is in the box but should be shipped tucked inside the mouse after all that s where you store it when moving stuff around. I opened the mouse again and removed the little unlabeled black thing again. Apparently someone figured that would be a good place for it when shipping.I noted a male plug searched around the back of my computer for a slot for it plugged it in and everything works great.MY POINT IS – If the manufacturers would include that tid-bit of information on a card in the box it would have saved me (and I m sure other neophytes) I lot of frustration.

  52. Eric S

    These are much more ergonomic than the original wired keyboards that come with most pc computers. The keys are easier to press so our staff can type faster with less strain/effort. Key presses are not excessively noisy. We needed an efficiently priced keyboard not overly bulky ergonomic. We chose this specific Logitech keyboard for the Caps Lock indicator light – the software we use is caps sensitive and we have to constantly log in/out and access different functionalities. A lot of newer keyboards now do not indicate anywhere on the keyboard whether or not you have caps lock on or off so having this indicator helps to save a lot of wasted time and frustration for our work. In short great keyboard great price fits all of our needs.

  53. Kate McMurry

    I hadn t tried a wireless keyboard or mouse before purchasing this product and I found it an excellent package deal to be able to purchase them both together.In order to use both the mouse and the keyboard you insert a single small dongle into a USB port on a laptop or PC. Both the mouse and the keyboard connect to that same dongle to allow you to use them wirelessly.Both the mouse and the keyboard work really well. I have not had any problems with either one of them.The one negative is the expense and hassle of putting a battery in both of them.A wireless mouse in particular is really convenient because I don t have to drag around a cable connected to it. Especially on my desktop a mouse cable seems to constantly get caught on something.All in all I am pleased with this purchase and I would happily recommend this product to family and friends.

  54. RK

    I have no complaints about this keyboard/mouse combo. The price was right and the keyboard is a perfect size. The keys feel substantial and are much easier to type on than a Mac keyboard. I notice other reviews have knocked ratings down due to lagging and because the nanoreceiver is not compatible with other logitech products. On the first point I have noticed absolutely no lagging at all. On the second point it s true that the nanoreceiver only works for the keyboard/mouse combo but that is not a problem for me at all. Knowing that when you buy it I see no reason to deduct a star for that. You can pay more for a device that has that feature if it s important but I find this device perfectly sufficient for my needs.

  55. RK

    I have no complaints about this keyboard/mouse combo. The price was right and the keyboard is a perfect size. The keys feel substantial and are much easier to type on than a Mac keyboard. I notice other reviews have knocked ratings down due to lagging and because the nanoreceiver is not compatible with other logitech products. On the first point I have noticed absolutely no lagging at all. On the second point it s true that the nanoreceiver only works for the keyboard/mouse combo but that is not a problem for me at all. Knowing that when you buy it I see no reason to deduct a star for that. You can pay more for a device that has that feature if it s important but I find this device perfectly sufficient for my needs.

  56. CrazeeAZ

    So I just started using this thing and I m here to tell you it is cheap. Whoa! is this thing cheap!But it works… so far.Does it have super smooth keystrokes? No.Does it feel solidly built and sturdy? No.Does it have a reassuring but not overbearing weight? No in fact it feels like it might blow away if my one year old blows me a peanut-buttery kiss from over there. The mouse is something akin to the feeling of a large ping-pong ball.Is it ergonomic? In the most literal sense yes. In the way you are thinking no. No it is not.But it beats using the cramped and tiny keyboard on my laptop when I m working from an undisclosed location hiding from the world outside.Update: I ve been using this for a couple of days now and holy expletive the mouse is bad. Like the keyboard is functional it s a little loud but the mouse! Oh my god the mouse! The buttons barely work the laser is out of sync or something because I m constantly having to click things twice the scroll wheel is indexed but somehow mushy at the same time. I have another Logitech mouse at the office that has and toggle for indexed vs non-indexed scrolling and both are better than this thing.Still five stars b/c you get what you pay for.

  57. J

    I have always always enjoyed Logitech products so I am not surprised that this keyboard is perfect.The keyboard is well-made very low profile and lightweight. The mouse is also lightweight and has simple scroll wheel and your customary right and left click buttons.The keyboard and mouse run off one very small USB dongle which you simply plug in and you are ready to go. Both the keyboard and the mouse are battery powered. However they have low power consumption and you can expect to only have to change the batteries once or twice per year. The keys are perfect with just the right amount of travel which makes typing on the keyboard a dream!I cannot recommend this duo more!

  58. CrazeeAZ

    So I just started using this thing and I m here to tell you it is cheap. Whoa! is this thing cheap!But it works… so far.Does it have super smooth keystrokes? No.Does it feel solidly built and sturdy? No.Does it have a reassuring but not overbearing weight? No in fact it feels like it might blow away if my one year old blows me a peanut-buttery kiss from over there. The mouse is something akin to the feeling of a large ping-pong ball.Is it ergonomic? In the most literal sense yes. In the way you are thinking no. No it is not.But it beats using the cramped and tiny keyboard on my laptop when I m working from an undisclosed location hiding from the world outside.Update: I ve been using this for a couple of days now and holy expletive the mouse is bad. Like the keyboard is functional it s a little loud but the mouse! Oh my god the mouse! The buttons barely work the laser is out of sync or something because I m constantly having to click things twice the scroll wheel is indexed but somehow mushy at the same time. I have another Logitech mouse at the office that has and toggle for indexed vs non-indexed scrolling and both are better than this thing.Still five stars b/c you get what you pay for.

  59. J

    I have always always enjoyed Logitech products so I am not surprised that this keyboard is perfect.The keyboard is well-made very low profile and lightweight. The mouse is also lightweight and has simple scroll wheel and your customary right and left click buttons.The keyboard and mouse run off one very small USB dongle which you simply plug in and you are ready to go. Both the keyboard and the mouse are battery powered. However they have low power consumption and you can expect to only have to change the batteries once or twice per year. The keys are perfect with just the right amount of travel which makes typing on the keyboard a dream!I cannot recommend this duo more!

  60. Tony

    It asked about a review for gaming so lets get that straight right away. These are not for gaming. No part of these are good for gaming. They re wireless which usually means a slight input lag the keys are big and clunky and the mouse lacks all features you would want in a gaming mouse.These are great for work though! They complement my surface pro nicely and the full size keyboard is great for when I m doing dual screen work where I have more space to spread out. Overall I love the mouse but the keyboard keys sit a bit higher than I normally like and I wish they had that lower profile but that s probably more my issue of not reading the product as opposed to a downside to the keyboard. I ve had this for 3-4 months now and I haven t seen any wear nor have I had to change the stock batteries and I ve accidentally left these on so they must have a decent sleep or low power feature when not in use.Recommended for those who like higher set keys on a keyboard!

  61. M. B. Sanderson

    I ve worn the letters off several of these and that means I like them. My work gave me a fancy Lenovo wireless keyboard and I just didn t like the feel and layout of it so I asked for another Logitech. I use Linux systems Windows Systems and Mac systems and it works with them all. The keyboard isn t too big so it s easy to use on your lap or to set aside. The top row of keys is great I find myself using them pretty frequently especially the calculator for business. If you re crunching numbers the dedicated number pad and the calculator key are really handy. And the mouse is great as well. I really like this keyboard/mouse setup paired with a Thinkpad t430 or my newer t470. I ve used keyboards that were 100$ more expensive and always come back to this one.

  62. Martin Rinehart

    Some years back I tried my first wireless keyboard and mouse. I loved it but…I ll get to the but next. This combo had no buts. As reliable as any wired I ve ever used (and that goes back to the S-100 bus). I ve even managed to forget that there are batteries at work here. Since Christmas 2020 (today it s August 2021) every day seven days most weeks continuous use. Love the keyboard. It likes to go fast! We get along fine. Love the mouse. It doesn t mind going side-to-side full speed or going just one pixel at a time.Now I ve cursed myself. The batteries are going to die just after I forget they re there. Oh well.Now the but s in case you ve been there. Early wireless was full of promise and never quite perfect. I d type full speed and it would lose an occasional character. I d mouse a pixel or two and the pointer would jump a pixel or three (or four). Since then (I think that was an 80386) I ve suffered with wires. Suffered needlessly. Never again.Oh yeah. Ratings below. I write programs and English. Don t do games. Don t know how sleep mode relates to keyboard/mouse. When I go into sleep mode keyboard and mouse wait quietly until I get out of bed. They don t complain. Never ask for coffee. Like good friends.

  63. Tony

    It asked about a review for gaming so lets get that straight right away. These are not for gaming. No part of these are good for gaming. They re wireless which usually means a slight input lag the keys are big and clunky and the mouse lacks all features you would want in a gaming mouse.These are great for work though! They complement my surface pro nicely and the full size keyboard is great for when I m doing dual screen work where I have more space to spread out. Overall I love the mouse but the keyboard keys sit a bit higher than I normally like and I wish they had that lower profile but that s probably more my issue of not reading the product as opposed to a downside to the keyboard. I ve had this for 3-4 months now and I haven t seen any wear nor have I had to change the stock batteries and I ve accidentally left these on so they must have a decent sleep or low power feature when not in use.Recommended for those who like higher set keys on a keyboard!

  64. Jame Bertram

    It s a good cheap w/l kb/mouse set. I m not dissatisfied. Pros: very light only uses two AAA batteries front-mounted recessed on/off switch CAPSLOCK LED. Cons: PC sleep key in middle of media control keys (easy to mistakenly hit when using in lap) CAPS LED is the only LED (NUMLOCK LED would be nice though I realize battery life was a consideration) and for some reason kb stops working at odd times and only starts working again when the kb is sharply jarred against the surface it is sitting on (ie picked up an inch and dropped). It seems to be a dropping of connection not kb sleep mode as there is a buffer dump of previous key presses as soon as responsiveness resumes. Kb is 10 from the USB receiver but with unobstructed LOS. Though I have experienced this several times it is still a rare phenomenon and I haven t ruled out environmental influences yet so I am hesitant to declare the kb is at fault. If I figure it out I will try to update.

  65. South Texan

    I needed a cheap wireless keyboard and mouse and this fit the bill perfectly. Small like I wanted but with the same great Logitech keyboard feel. I do like the215 mouse better as it s a bit bigger and fits my hand better but for the purpose this one is great. Plugged it in and it worked right off the bat with Windows 10. Third wireless keyboard and mouse on my desk and no interference between any of them.One slight issue but I don t think it s the mouse. I plugged a San Disk 256gb stick in next to the receiver and the receiver got real jumpy on the mouse and the keyboard quit working totally. Used another USB stick drive and didn t have a problem. But if you hit that situation be advised. Moved receiver to the back of the PC and problem solved.

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