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Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse (920-004536)

Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse (920-004536)

Logitech Wireless Combo MK270. The reliable wireless combo with the tiny Logitech Unifying nano-receiver.

  • Reliable 2.4 GHz wireless connection: A tiny Logitech Unifying receiver connects both the keyboard and mouse using just one USB port
  • Long battery life: Get up to 24 months of keyboard power and 12 months of mouse power without changing batteries (Keyboard and mouse battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions)
  • Eight hot keys: Instantly access your movies, music, the Internet, e-mail, volume, play/pause and more
  • All-in-one setup: Includes a full-size keyboard with quiet, low-profile keys plus a portable contoured mouse for comfortable control
  • Plug and play simplicity for Windows PCs: Works right out of the box with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8. No software installation required

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  1. 30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not perfect, but then none is. This combo is good enough and GREAT value, May 31, 2013
    goytabr (São Paulo, Brazil) –

    This review is from: Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse (920-004536) (Personal Computers)

    **IMPORTANT TIP**: Although the MK270 combo does indeed work perfectly right out of the box without installing any drivers, as stated on the box (and it also works outside Windows – in boot screens, BIOS, Linux, non-OS boot utilities, etc.), it works much better with the Logitech SetPoint drivers and software you can download (for free) from the manufacturer’s Web site. You gain battery life indication (there are no LEDs on the product, other than a very dim Caps Lock indicator, to save battery life), screen notices when you press Caps Lock and Num Lock (also low battery warnings, though I haven’t seen that yet), some key and mouse button customization, and receiver dongle management. The product box doesn’t come with a CD and there is no mention to SetPoint at all anywhere, so here is my tip for you.

    Now, I once had a wired Logitech keyboard that lasted 10 years, as well as several mice (which lasted less, but still above average). A year and a half ago, it was finally time to replace the veteran keyboard. I use a Windows 7 desktop PC, but I wanted a wireless model in order to reduce cable clutter. So, first I bought a Microsoft Desktop 3000 combo. Overall, I liked it at first, and wrote a largely positive review here. Unfortunately, that Microsoft product proved to have horrible durability. After a year and a half, the formerly fabulous Bluetrack mouse was wrecked: the wheel’s rubber band rotted, disintegrated and fell off, rendering the wheel unusable, and the left button was failing. The keyboard had faded lettering and a failing low battery indicator. Battery life was getting shorter each time I replaced them, too.

    So, it was time to give up and shop again for a mouse/keyboard combo, and I found the MK270. I’m aware that the Microsoft Desktop 3000 belongs to a higher feature and price range than the Logitech MK270, so a direct comparison would be, to some extent, comparing apples and oranges. But the point is, I’m not really missing the more sophisticated product. The Microsoft mouse (when it still worked) was better, with 5 buttons and a larger, more ergonomic shape, not to mention the Bluetrack feature, which is awesome. But while the MK270 mouse won’t make you go “wow!” (it’s actually the Logitech M185 Wireless Mouse, which can also be bought separately), it’s good enough for everyday use, and other than the somewhat small size for my taste, I can’t really complain. It’s responsive and reliable, with Logitech’s usual solid build and impeccable finishing.

    The MK270’s keyboard (also available separately as the Logitech K270 Wireless Keyboard) lacks the wrist rest area that my old keyboard had, but a spare foam rest is cheap and easy to find. My old keyboard had a plethora of customizable keys that the (M)K270 doesn’t have, but honestly, I never used any of them. The (M)K270 does come with Play/Pause, sound mute, volume down and up keys, as well as Home, e-mail, PC shutdown and Calculator shortcut keys. I wish it had more media keys (Stop, Next Track and Previous Track), but I can live without them.

    On the other hand, the MK270 also has some features that the supposedly better Microsoft combo did NOT have. The best of all is an on/off switch on both the keyboard and the mouse. This little detail is more important than it sounds: it makes A LOT of difference for battery life. With the Desktop 3000, I could not turn off the keyboard, and I could only turn off the mouse by taking the receiver dongle out of the USB port (remember I use a desktop, so this is a nuisance) and placing it on the mouse. My old Microsoft model didn’t encrypt the signals either – the MK270 does.

    Another good feature is the Unifying receiver dongle technology: if either component dies before the other, you can buy a compatible stand-alone Logitech product and the dongle will recognize it, with no need to buy an entire new combo. If the dongle itself fails, you can buy the cheapest Unifying-compatible item you can find and the problem will, likewise, be solved. That, of course, assuming that your warranty is expired – Logitech offers 3 years for this combo. And if for some reason you need more than one keyboard or mouse, you can add extra compatible ones, too.

    The (M)K270’s keys themselves are MUCH, MUCH better than in my old Microsoft model, with the right size, height, readability, and feedback – Microsoft’s were a bit too short, crammed and soft, and the Esc and function keys were a joke: almost microscopic and labeled with icons…

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  2. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A good smaller and low cost alternative, June 28, 2013
    Big Al “Alan Rivière” (Southwest, USA) –

    This review is from: Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse (920-004536) (Personal Computers)
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    This Logitech Wireless MK270 keyboard and mouse set is a smaller version of the MK520 model. Like the MK520, it operates at 2.4GHz with 128-bit AES encryption. That is important to prevent snooping. I was impressed by how small the radio receiver is. It measures ¼ inch wide, 9/16 inch long, and ¼ inch deep, excluding the metal USB plug. It can be stored in a small compartment inside the mouse. A 1-5/8 inch cordless USB extension is included. This MK270 set is plug-N-play. No driver installation is necessary.

    The keyboard measures 5-3/4 inches x 17-1/2 inches with a low profile. It is narrow. There is no wrist rest. In spite of its smaller size, it has the full set of keys of a standard full-size keyboard. The keys are of the standard size and slightly concave. The key travel is somewhere between that of a laptop and a full travel keyboard. The key strokes are firm and responsive. There is an indicator light for the Caps Lock key. It is convenient for password entries. But there is no light for the Num Lock or the Scroll Lock. There is a roll of eight special function keys on top to control functions like speaker volume and launching e-mail. Except for the speaker controls, I don’t find them very useful. There are two flip-up legs at the underside to elevate the keyboard at an angle if the user desires.

    The mouse comes in the small version. It is quite responsive. It fits well in a small hand. There is a scroll wheel. The mouse works on one AA battery while the keyboard does so on two smaller AAAs. The batteries can be switched off at both the mouse and the keyboard. The batteries are included in the purchase.

    In conclusion, this MK270 is a low cost alternative to other more robust wireless keyboard and mouse sets. At thirty dollars, the price is attractive. The smaller keyboard takes up less room on desktop; it may be more desirable than a standard size keyboard when desktop space is at a premium.

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent but not Logitech’s best, June 26, 2013
    Margaret Picky (NYC) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 with Keyboard and Mouse (920-004536) (Personal Computers)
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    The Logitech Wireless Combo MK270 Keyboard and Mouse is Logitech’s entry-level set. The Bluetooth receiver supports both the keyboard and mouse to fill only one USB port and it works just fine from a hub. There is a range extender included for the receiver for use with a desktop PC although I’m not sure when it would be necessary. Everything is plug & play and hot-swappable: receiver, keyboard, mouse.

    The keyboard has large keys that travel well and it is very comfortable for typing. It has a row of special function keys across the top for volume, etc. that are designed for Windows but the basic keyboard works just fine with my Mac as well. The on-off switch is conveniently placed on the top right rather than underneath or on the edge.

    The extendable feet are very flimsy and have no padding so they would scratch a wood desk or table. When flat, the keyboard is supported by five rubbery feet, including one below the space bar.

    There is a numeric keypad on the right which some people find indispensable. However, I have gotten used to laptop-style keyboards and find that this is not only a waste of valuable desk space but that it makes the keyboard extend so far to the right that using the mouse is awkward. (Total width is 17 3/8 in.)

    The mouse functions quite well and is very precise but is a generic design and is on the small side at 3 3/4 in. long and I prefer a larger, more ergonomic mouse. It has the handy little storage receptacle for the Bluetooth receiver in the battery compartment and the on-off switch is underneath as well.

    I suggest proactively buying the rechargeable Sanyo Eneloop batteries to have on hand as replacements for the generic alkalines that are included because they will stop working without warning. The keyboard uses two AAAs and the mouse uses only one AA rather than two AAs as the Amazon listing states.

    Overall, the MK270 is a basic but functional combo from Logitech with a full-size keyboard and a smallish mouse.

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