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  • All at your fingertips—with 11 hot keys and 12 F-keys
  • Comfortable typing with low-profile keys
  • Portable mouse with tiny Logitech unifying receiver
  • Logitech 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity with a 10 m (30-foot) range
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Technical Details
Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions47.2 x 19.6 x 8.8 cm
Batteries:3 AA batteries required. (included)
Item model number920-003986
SeriesWireless Combo MK330
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,622 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight998 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012

Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Wireless Combo MK330 - The combo that puts entertainment and portability at your fingertips.

With 11 hot keys and 12 programmable F-keys, you’ll enjoy instant access to the things you do most. You can easily navigate your favourite websites and applications wherever you use your computer.

And you can also take the portable, comfortable mouse wherever you go. The low-profile, whisper-quiet keys help make typing IMs or emails nice and easy. 24-month keyboard and 12-month mouse battery life—with auto-sleep and on/off switch—lets you go years without the hassle of changing batteries.

Box Contains

Wireless keyboard
Wireless mouse
Logitech Unifying receiver
USB range extender
2 AA (keyboard) batteries
1 AA (mouse) battery
User documentation

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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A. Young on 10 Aug. 2013
First the bit that you really need to know. The one very poor aspect related to this combo is the user manual, that at first glance looks very tome - like and impressive ( on account of being written in about 10,000 languages) but is in fact very scant on actual information. In order to fully configure this combo you must go to the Logitech website and download and install the SetPoint software that applies to your PC ie Win 7/8 32 bit/64 bit etc. The manual makes no mention of this at all but it is essential.
That blip is the only real negative for this bit of kit but once you have the software it is simple enough to use and Logitech support will help you on the phone if you are struggling - their number is in the manual !
Now for the good aspects ; For anyone wanting a general use wireless keyboard and mouse combo that can also do more , this is the one. There are six hotkeys that can be programmed to do one action each from a very long list of things, including opening your chosen email client ,any web page or home page as well as opening any app you can find on your PC. Once programmed these keys then just need to be pressed on their own to execute the desired action. There are also four F keys that are programmable which will then execute the chosen action when pressed in conjunction with the fn key,which is a tad inconvenient if you are holding the mouse.All this is in addition to fixed function media keys for volume,skip forward or back, pause and mute
The mouse also has some versatility as you can alter the speed at which the cursor moves in relation to mouse movement and the button's functions can be changed as can the wheel press.
The two are connected to the PC by a very neat and unobtrusive nano receiver that protrudes about seven to eight mm.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A R Willis on 22 Jan. 2014
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There's lots that is good about this keyboard/mouse combo - neat, small-footprint keyboard, decent keys, accurate mouse, reasonable price - but there was one big disappointment for me. This was replacing a Microsoft keyboard that allowed me to program my email address onto one of the hot keys, saving a lot of repeated key strokes - think about how many times you type your email address each day (and how often you include a typo and have to re-type it). It turns out that the Keystroke Assignment feature of the Logitech SetPoint software, which led me to believe it replicated the Microsoft feature, is limited to a single keystroke, so you can't assign a sequence of keys. Hence, no good for your email address. I've confirmed this with Logitech support. I'll continue to use it but it's a big disappointment. If anyone knows of another way to assign an automated sequence of keys to a single keystroke I'd be pleased to learn!
UPDATE*** I found a solution to the keystroke assignment problem: I am using a free program called AutoHotkey which allows you to assign any string of characters to any of the Function keys on any keyboard. It's a bit complicated and does a lot else besides, but the online guidance is reasonably helpful and I managed to do what I needed to do.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Neil L on 30 Jun. 2013
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After I tried to move away from Logitech and got my fingers burnt I bought this desktop and I have to say it they are still the masters at wireless desktops. Yes the mouse is a little on the small side but I soon got used to it, everything else about the keyboard and mouse is classic :Logitech. The mouse is smooth and responsive, the keys have just the tight amount of travel and are perfectly spaced for me.
There is only one problem, in the past you used to be able to program the hot keys so that they accessed non standard programs but that doesn't seem to be the case anymore which is a pity for rebels like me who hate Outlook and IE but with Windows 7 I can pin them to my taskbar so I've not really noticed anyway.
I would thoroughly recommend this to anyone looking for a new wireless desktop, you can even use itr further away from the screen than my poor old eyes can see what you are clicking or typing!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By F. Odds TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 16 Dec. 2014
I've used a Logitech EX110 keyboard happily for years: but those years of dust, coffee stains and other detritus, together with broken feet crudely replaced have brought its yukky appearance to the point where replacement is essential.

The MK330 is exactly the same size and style as my EX110, so I figured it should be at least as good and maybe better. It's not. Specifically...

1. The keyboard comes with absolutely zero instructions beyond a few crude diagrams showing the rather obvious things -- where to plug in the USB receiver etc. It must have detected I already had Logitech Setpoint sotware installed, so everything sprang straight into life. But that is NOT a help: I spent 30 minutes trying to figure why the instant launch F-key settings in setpoint did nothing with the new keyboard. The answer turns out to be that the K330 lets you configure only 6 of the 12 function keys to boot sotware. A major retrograde step.

2. The feel of the keyboard is far less good. Plasticky, soft keys that feel like those on a dirt-cheap laptop. Those on the EX110 were brilliant.

3. The hotkey symbols are black on black (black on silver on the EX110). You can't see the icons without peering hard at them. These keys are therefore unlikely to be used.

4. While the tiny unifying USB dongle is fine, I already miss the three-LED device that interfaced with the old keyboard. Direct indications that Caps lock and Num lock are or are not pressed would be a big improvement.

Bottom line. This is a functional keyboard that's the same size and style as one I had been impressed with for several years, but -- in the interests of what?! -- its build and functionality have been set backwards by a substantial amount.
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