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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.
By luddite on 27 February 2014
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The basic keyboard and mouse features will work fine in Linux as it's done at a hardware layer so works in the BIOS etc. I've used mine with a raspberry Pi. The multimedia keys on the very top top mid to left may not work as these will require some OS support. You may be able to configure them or need to find a custom… see more The basic keyboard and mouse features will work fine in Linux as it's done at a hardware layer so works in the BIOS etc. I've used mine with a raspberry Pi. The multimedia keys on the very top top mid to left may not work as these will require some OS support. You may be able to configure them or need to find a custom driver to get them working. I haven't seen Linux drivers on the Logitech site. see less
By Steve on 30 September 2014
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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 (bu… see more
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.
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By JohnF on 09 April 2014
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Yes, and the computer beeps! However there is no light for Num Lock (just the beep).
By BXW on 11 December 2014
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No just left/right click and scroll wheel
By ERIC A WITHILL on 09 April 2016
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Yes! It does.
By Andrew on 13 March 2015
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Yes it does.
By Adam Y on 20 November 2015
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I do not believe so, as they should behave like any other wireless device and change channel is any interference is encountered. The same way 2 laptops or tablets do not interfere with each other when using wireless. As long as they have a separate MAC address or IP address you should be fine
By Steve I on 08 December 2014
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Yes any sort of laptop or desktop computer
By harnick on 06 July 2015