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Can anybody tell me the size of the mouse? I have large hands and dont want it to be a dinky little thing. 27 Feb 2014
mouse is 4'' long on flat bottom, 5''on curve on top, 2''narrow width and 2.25'' at thumb position.Hope this is of help.
Will somebody please try to tell us what this is all about. What is a combo? I thought it was a kind of central heating system! Pages like this do NOT encourage customers to buy. Along side such ads we need not just jargon busters but simole... 29 Jul 2014
You get a little "receiver" that you plug into a USB plot. You then turn your keyboard and mouse (hence combo) on and your completely will automatically recognise them. No wires needed.
Setting up of my Wireless Combo MK270 was easy but what I need is an explanation of what the set of grey keys do. Obviously, that with an envelope is connected with email but pressing it does nothing recognisable. Similarly, pressing that with letters... 9 Apr 2014
The manual is available on line which describes the function keys ... http://www.logitech.com/assets/45924/wireless-combo-mk270-quick-start-guide.pdf The on/off icon specifically puts the PC into STANDBY The F5 refresh function is pretty standard not just for this KB. It is possible to reprogram the function keys (but I haven't done it personally): http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/23124/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzk3MDc1NDMwL3NpZC82UXhXS25SbA%3D%3D ... or google "MK270 manual" or similar. Hope this helps
an interesting question but that is not what I purchased it for. At the moment I am not able to try that but will do when the opportunity occurs. With the computer, it is an excellent product
1 usb should pick up keayboard and mouse both or do I need wireless set up for keyboard ? Please update.. 16 days ago
Yes - you need just 1 usb port - the reciever picks up both
What is this compatible with windows ? Tablets ? Apple tablets and phones so mac books ? 21 days ago
I would expect all of them because it is USB. Certainly works with my Linux
You can use any mouse - the two 'systems' (ie KB and mouse) aren't related! I'm using 'another' mouse as I write.
Windows XP and above is supported according to the Logitech web site.
Yes, I received mine today, the mouse is small but very accurate, both take batteries which come included, the only downside is that there is no way to connect with a wire if the batteries die, but for the price I'd still highly recommend it.