Sunday, February 13, 2011

Logitech MK320 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Review

About 2 weeks back, I managed to get my hands the Logitech wireless mouse and keyboard.
For a typical laptop user, this is quite an added feature.
This would make your tech savvy boyfriend or girlfriend quite happy?

Both the wireless and mouse use the same wireless receiver. It is not a very big receiver so it is quite portable. It is also very easy to install as it is just plug and play technology. Something very cute about the receiver is also that it can be stuck on to the bottom part of the mouse, to make sure it wouldn't be lost when brought around.

The mouse is quite accurate and is capable of playing first person shooters. The keyboard on the other hand is quite a fun little thing. A full sized keyboard for those laptop gamers who would use the number pad. At the top, multimedia keys for music and video, volume and skip buttons. For the lazier people, a button just for jumping around windows, a desktop button, a music button, a mail button and even a Power button.

Everything else is the same but the lack of wires is a prettier sight, especially when I already have camera cables, phone cables, speaker cables and power cables running around.
The keyboard and mouse set would have been much better if it was a bluetooth device for laptops but since it was made with desktops in mind, no comments there.

1 comment:

  1. Choose between the notebook and desktop cordless mouse. You can find cordless mice designed for laptops, and you can find cordless mice designed for desktops. The best cordless mouse will be designed for the type of top you plan on using your mouse with.