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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.
27 Feb 2014 by luddite
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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.
29 Jul 2014 by Paul
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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
9 Apr 2014 by JohnF
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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
14 days ago by travellingrandad
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Yes - you need just 1 usb port - the reciever picks up both
16 days ago by Graham F Coker
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I would expect all of them because it is USB. Certainly works with my Linux
21 days ago by Paul
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You can use any mouse - the two 'systems' (ie KB and mouse) aren't related! I'm using 'another' mouse as I write.
28 Jul 2014 by Sarah
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Windows XP and above is supported according to the Logitech web site.
22 Jul 2014 by Kevin Wiseman
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Is it bluetooth too 1 Jul 2014
No it is not Bluetooth. It works by connecting a small USB into your computer/ laptop, this single USB enables the keyboard and mouse to work.
1 Jul 2014 by JA1248
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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.
26 Jun 2014 by waynedod
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