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Logitech Pro 2000 2.4Ghz Wireless Keyboard £11.77 @ Misco
Logitech Pro 2000 2.4Ghz Wireless Keyboard £11.77 @ Misco

Logitech Pro 2000 2.4Ghz Wireless Keyboard £11.77 @ Misco

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No hassles. No worries. Affordably priced. The Logitech® Pro 2000 Cordless Keyboard offers a robust and encrypted wireless connection to your computer.


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Logitech advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology - Delivers a reliable connection, with virtually no delays or dropouts.* Get all the benefits of a cord, with the convenience of wireless. Range of up to 10 m (33 feet).
Three-year battery life - Practically eliminates the hassle of replacing batteries.**
Pre-paired receiver - Busy professionals are up and running faster because receiver and keyboard connect automatically, right out of the box.


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Easy installation and setup - Means busy professionals are up and running faster because there's no software to install, and the receiver and keyboard are pre-paired at the factory. It’s ready to go, right out of the box.
Time-saving hot keys - Launch your favourite applications—including calculator, e-mail, and Internet browser. 14 hot keys in all. (No software required).
Extra number-pad keys - Help increase your efficiency by providing shortcuts for your most commonly used functions.
Industry-standard keyboard layout - Offers greater ease and fluid typing.

17 Comments

Banned

hot - needs a touchpad tho

If I bought a logitech mouse would they both work of the one receiver? would they be compatible?

Superb keyboard - been using one of these for a couple of years. Battery life is optimistic though. I bought mine from Dell as they were selling this Pro2000 wireless keyboard and a MX620 wireless mouse for £30. It was called the Pro 2800 then. The range is as good as they say it is so I've just ordered 4 of these for stock. I would also like to know what wireless mouse will work with the receiver.

You can connect a whole load of Logitech devices using one unifying receiver.

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You can connect a whole load of Logitech devices using one unifying … You can connect a whole load of Logitech devices using one unifying receiver.Source


This keyboard is not compatible with the unifying receiver.

Dont suppose this would work with my xbox would it?

Anyone know of any decent Bluetooth keyboard and mouse sets? (by decent, I mean cheap of-course. This is HUKD)
Edited by: "mosschops" 23rd Jun 2011

Might grab this for a HTPC I'm going to build.

No worries with Logitech, the quality is second to none!

chaplin

If I bought a logitech mouse would they both work of the one receiver? … If I bought a logitech mouse would they both work of the one receiver? would they be compatible?



No. As it says in the description "Receiver and keyboard pre-paired at the factory". Same as my DiNovo Edge keyboard.

What I like about this one is that busy professionals are up and running faster, because there's no software to install. Professionals are always really busy, so not having to install keyboard software will make them able to be more efficient and productive! And that can only spell one thing - SUCCESS!
Edited by: "WessexUnderwater" 23rd Jun 2011

trevordavies

hot - needs a touchpad tho



yup i would have bought it had it had a touchpad

its gone down even more. I bought 3 of these for £26.94 including delivery.

Got the following email from Logitech:

Thank you for contacting Logitech's Customer Care.

As I understood from your email, you would like to know if there are any mice that are compatible with the receiver from your Pro 2000 keyboard.

I am happy to help you answering this question.

Unfortunately, there are no mice available that are compatible with this keyboard model. This is due to the almost all current keyboards and mice are being factory pre-paired with their receivers. As a result, unfortunately none of the current Logitech mice will be compatible with the receiver from your Pro 2000 keyboard.


Not to worry, it's still an excellent keyboard. Just means having to use up another USB slot for a mouse receiver.

Anyone know if it's possible to use a wireless keyboard to control 2 PC's?
I did this with a wired keyboard and a splitter but don't know if a splitter exists for a wireless keyboard.
Thanks.

alecb

Anyone know if it's possible to use a wireless keyboard to control 2 … Anyone know if it's possible to use a wireless keyboard to control 2 PC's?I did this with a wired keyboard and a splitter but don't know if a splitter exists for a wireless keyboard.Thanks.



U can get kvm switchers etc, should work ok, but for free you could use software such as input director, synergy and countless others. As long as the 2 pcs are connected to the same router you can do it easily. I found input director to be the easiest program to setup. There are quite a few programs like this.
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