Logitech debuts Wireless Desktop MK710

Three years use from a set of batteries!

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Logitech has been making keyboards, mice, and other peripherals for Mac and PC users for years. The company is one of the biggest names in peripherals and other stuff for computers. Logitech has unveiled its latest wireless desktop called the MK710.


The desktop includes a keyboard and a mouse that each promise three years of use on a single set of batteries. The keyboard uses Logitech's Incurve keys with rounded edges for more comfortable typing. The keys also promise longer travel for comfort. The palms rest area is cushioned as well and the keyboard has an LCD to show caps lock and other notifications.

The mouse is a sculpted design for the right hand with several buttons that can be mapped. The scroll wheel uses the Logitech hyper-fast scrolling tech. Both the keyboard and the mouse connect to the PC via a Unifying receiver that barely sticks out of the USB port. The keyboard and mouse will ship soon for $99.99.
NEWS SOURCE:logitech.com

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