Logitech Cordless Desktop Comfort Laser £18.79 @ misco rrp - £60 - £24.65 delivered. - HotUKDeals
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The Logitech® Cordless Desktop® Comfort Laser is the premier cordless desktop for those who prefer a split-key layout. The ergonomic keyboard includes three angle adjustments, while the precise laser mouse provides one-touch navigation and enhanced comfort. Instant keyboard and mouse controls offer zoom features, media functions and more.


Specifications
Product Description Logitech Cordless Desktop Comfort Laser
Product Type Cordless Desktop
Pointing Device / Manipulator Mouse
Wireless Receiver USB-PS/2 Receiver
Connectivity Technology Wireless - RF
Key/Button Function Internet browsing, multimedia, applications launch, calculator
Battery 4 x AA alkaline batteries
Features Detachable wrist rest , ergonomic
OS Required PC with Windows® 2000, XP, Vista
1 available USB port or 2 PS/2 ports
CD-ROM drive
Manufacturer Warranty 5 years warranty
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#1
and delivery........:whistling:

* 3 day delivery on in stock items (items on 1-2 or up to 5 days availability will be shipped on a three day service once stock is available).

Up to 1kg = £3.99 ex vat (£4.69 inc vat)

OP needs to adjust price.....:thumbsup:
#2
Hot, worth noting that the keyboard is one of the curvy style
#3
Does it have auto powerdown when the PC is off or an off switch? I hate sitting down to start typing and finding the battery has died or it's really sluggish and all the hassle of keeping a spare set of charged batteries to hand.

Does anyone know of a decent wireless keyboard with an off switch and / or auto powerdown.

If you can get used to charging batteries, and keeping spares then this is a hot deal.
#4
24.65 delivered
#5
JIM1973ANDREWS
Does it have auto powerdown when the PC is off or an off switch? I hate sitting down to start typing and finding the battery has died or it's really sluggish and all the hassle of keeping a spare set of charged batteries to hand.

Does anyone know of a decent wireless keyboard with an off switch and / or auto powerdown.

If you can get used to charging batteries, and keeping spares then this is a hot deal.


Best wireless sets I've ever used have been Microsoft sets, one I'm currently using is the 6000 Laser series I believe and batteries last about 9 months per change, and thats with quite heavy usage.
#6
I've only ever had Logitech wireless sets, using a DiNovo Bluetooth one with my main PC now, and whilst their SetPoint drivers can be occasionally be a nuisance (I can pair my keyboard with my PS3 no problem, but can't easily pair it back again afterwards) I think they're great - and the batteries last for ages. Considering how much use the keyboard gets, I've always thought it somehow powered off/went into standby...
#7
Thanks. i will take a look. I was using an ms wireless keyboard and I had to change the batteries every three to five days. The second wireless I used was a bit better but not much. I tend to use my pc for about 8 hours a days.
#8
hot deal, just ordered. I have the logiteck mx3200. it came with a mx600 mouse which is the same as you get with this one. Awesome mouse, well worth £18 on its own. so am getting this one as a spare to use at work. the battery life is good as well. only one change in a year on minimal use. would definitely recommend.
#9
Filthy cheap bargain, ordered 2 so I could convince myself that the delivery charge was even cheaper!.
#10
Does this work with the PS3 as well? Not too fussed if it doesn't, but would be nice!
#11
My MX3200 works with the ps3 in the browser, mouse works aswell, i think all logitech work on the ps3 tho not 100% on that, guy in the shop by me told me that after i told him my MX 3200 worked
#12
Does anybody know if this is a good quality keyboard?
#13
mervk
hot deal, just ordered. I have the logiteck mx3200. it came with a mx600 mouse which is the same as you get with this one. Awesome mouse, well worth £18 on its own. so am getting this one as a spare to use at work. the battery life is good as well. only one change in a year on minimal use. would definitely recommend.

[SIZE="2"]
Bang on the nail - I also have the MX3200 and it is a fab mouse and keyboard. Love them both. Keyboard batteries last forever (well almost:-D) and the mouse for less than a month but I use rechargeables and that's why they last so short a time. I'm at the computer around 12 hours per day.

The warranty at 5 years is VERY GOOD and Logitech are, in my experience, very good on the support front.:thumbsup:[/SIZE]
#14
Does anybody know If the mouse on this rechargeable?
#15
I assume the mouse connects through the keyboard's usb port as there's only a usb connector on the keyboard, not on the mouse if you look at the pictures.

Also, is a funky layout keyboard any good to type on? Does it take some getting used to and can you switch back and forth easily?
#16
yorkie
Does anybody know If the mouse on this rechargeable?


As I mentioned above, I use rechargeables in the mouse.:thumbsup:
#18
yorkie
Does anybody know If the mouse on this rechargeable?


As he said, I would assume you could use rechargable batteries, but I'm pretty sure it's not got a charging station like some mice do.
#19
[SIZE="2"]No recharging station for the mouse unlike some of the earlier Logitech combos. Also, the receiver plugs into the USB and the mouse and keyboard are both cordless.[/SIZE]
#20
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]No recharging station for the mouse unlike some of the earlier Logitech combos. Also, the receiver plugs into the USB and the mouse and keyboard are both cordless.[/SIZE]


Thanks, it's just confusing looking at the pictures where there's a usb connection for the keyboard but only a ps2 for the mouse. But one would assume that if you don't plug the mouse in then it goes through the usb from the keyboard.
#21
Benjimoron
Thanks, it's just confusing looking at the pictures where there's a usb connection for the keyboard but only a ps2 for the mouse. But one would assume that if you don't plug the mouse in then it goes through the usb from the keyboard.


[SIZE="2"]You're welcome. If you click through and look at the very large pictures on the Misco site, you will see that the receiver is totally separate from the keyboard and mouse and that you can use either the PS/2 connection of the USB. I have a similar mouse keyboard combo on one of my 'puters and I use just the USB, the PS/2 just waves in the breeze. :whistling:[/SIZE]
#22
cibarious
As I mentioned above, I use rechargeables in the mouse.:thumbsup:


Benjimoron
As he said, I would assume you could use rechargable batteries, but I'm pretty sure it's not got a charging station like some mice do.


cibarious
[SIZE="2"]No recharging station for the mouse unlike some of the earlier Logitech combos. Also, the receiver plugs into the USB and the mouse and keyboard are both cordless.[/SIZE]


Thanks guys, meant rechargeable as in docking staion/cradle, probably phrased it badly. Great deal but need a docking station. Any suggestions?
#23
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]You're welcome. If you click through and look at the very large pictures on the Misco site, you will see that the receiver is totally separate from the keyboard and mouse and that you can use either the PS/2 connection of the USB. I have a similar mouse keyboard combo on one of my 'puters and I use just the USB, the PS/2 just waves in the breeze. :whistling:[/SIZE]


I know it's wireless, but just wanted to make sure that you don't need the ps2 connection for the mouse seeing as it's only the keyboard which has a usb connector on it. I had a bad feeling I'd get it only to find that you need to plug the mouse in via ps2 as there isn't a usb connection on it.
#24
Looks like an absolute steel this guys. :thumbsup: Heat added!
As i have stated in another thread, my last Logitech Cordless set lasted 10 years!
#25
Saw this a while back, and was tempted but managed to resist.

I failed to resist this time around....

Thanks.
#26
Looks like the details for this have been pulled from the logitech website.

Found them in the google cache tho.

If anyone is interested, click here to view them

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