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Logitech Wireless Desktop MX 3200 Laser


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  • Calculator Functionality: No
  • Chip Card Reader: No
  • Flexible Keyboard: No
  • Integrated Cursor Control: Not Applicable
  • Magnetic Card Reader: No
  • Numerical Block Included: No
  • Platform: PC / Mac
  • Remote Control: No
  • Separate Mouse Included: Yes
  • Supported Console: Not Applicable
  • Type: Keyboard
  • Type of Connection: Radio Transfer
  • USB: Yes
  • USB Hub: No
  • Voice Control: No
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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight1.7 Kg
Product Dimensions49.8 x 24.6 x 8.4 cm
Item model number967688-0120
SeriesCordless Desktop MX3200 Laser
  
Additional Information
ASINB000M4D1FA
Best Sellers Rank 89,789 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan 2006
  
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Kumar Raghunathan on 27 April 2007
I bought this cordless keyboard and mouse set to use at home with my laptop.

I got it directly from the manufacturer as I couldn't find it on Amazon at the time. I would have saved my self a few quid if I typed in "cordless desktop" instead of "cordless keyboard". Still, I blame Amazon's search function....

My first impression of this set was that it looked and felt really sleek. I'm not one to worry too much about how things look - as long as they're functional, reliable and of high quality then I'm happy, but this was a nice bonus straight away.

KEYBOARD

PROS:

1. Good keyboard functionality - lots of programmable shortcut keys with default settings including:

o Open windows media player, explorer, internet explorer, calculator, my pictures

o Close the currently open window

o Skip/play/pause tracks and change volume

o Zoom in and out with touch strip (and touch key to return to 100%)

o Turn computer on standby

o One-touch internet calling controls

2. Keys feel nice - quite spongy, quiet and very responsive - I've not once pressed a key that hasn't been detected instantly by my computer.

3. Date and time is a nice touch (seeing how there's a massive global shortage of clocks at the moment)

4. Range is excellent. I can type with no problems from other rooms, downstairs when my computer is upstairs, etc. I won't bother putting a figure on the exact range but for home use, I cannot comprehend there being any issues whatsoever.

5. Palm rest included - you don't want to be getting RSI.

6. I'm happy with the ergonomics of the design, but as with most things, surely someone will find it uncomfortable for some reason or other.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. COCKAYNE on 12 Dec 2007
I've been using this set for 2 weeks and have found it really nice to use. I can get a good connection all through my room ( after i realised that i needed to move the reciever away from my monitor). Works well with vista. The software provided did cut off my sound, however this was easily fixed in the sound settings in control panel. It's really nice to type with and the extra functions on the mouse and keyboard work really well with vista. I haven't given it 5 stars because 60 pounds is a bit expensive for a mouse and keyboard, but would definitely recommend if you don't mind the price tag
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. G. Holt on 23 Oct 2007
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If you can't touch type forget this keyboard. Instead of the usual large clear white letters on the keys, the MX3200 has small, unclear, off white letters which are very difficult to read at a glance, also the keys seemed smaller than usual. I have had many Logitech keyboards over the years and this is the first one I've had to return. Although I can't touch type, I can type very quickly but I do need to see the keys, which I could not do with a quick glance at this one. Why Logitech have changed the usual letter format on this keyboard I will never understand, because other than that it appeared to be a good buy.
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By M. Adams on 16 Jun 2009
I've used numerous Logitech keyobards before i got this one with my new Dell PC but i have to say the little things on this keyboard make it harder to use than most standard ones. The design of it looks great, nice and sleek but there-in lies the problem.
For a start the keys themselves are not as big as a regular keyboard and aren't embossed as much so you can quite easily press the wrong key if you're used to a standard keyboard. They have also adjusted the layout of some other keys, the ones above the cursor keys have all been moved, making the "delete" key double size and portrait moving others to the top in line with the "F" keys. These have also been moved and resized, with F1-F8 on the left side and the rest to the right of the keyboard, all of them are about 5mm high and move like small buttons than keyboard keys. These things are a pain but the most annoying thing is the zoom bar on the left of the keyboard which, if you're like me and your little finger sometimes touches beside the keypad when typing or resting your hand, adjusts the zoom level in applications and more annoyingly changes the text size in an internet explorer window and it seems you can't just turn the bar off or assign it another function so you're stuck with it.
On the up side i find the mouse great to use, it also has a good design but not at the cost of funtionality. It's a nice size and shape and no problems with movement or buttons.
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First of all the visual aspect of both the keyboard and the mouse is very impressive. This is not the be all and end all but it's nice to have a product which looks the part!

Keys are responsive, battery life is good and the mouse is accurate for all uses I have come across. I am not a serious gamer but I am a serious developer regularly using many development IDE's and visual packages such as photoshop and flash never having any "accuracy" problems. And yes touch typing is pretty much a MUST HAVE to use this keyboard fast and effectively.

This said if you are moderately well versed with all the above this keyboard is immensely comfortable and pleasing to use so why all the fuss from other reviewers?

Oh yes left handers KEEP AWAY the mouse is right handed only.
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