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Logitech Wireless Wave Laser Keyboard & Mouse Combo (MK550)


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  • Logitech Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo
    by

    from London, ON on October 24, 2018

    Keyboard is not ergonomically fit and is very noisy! I am using just the mouse.. If I had the box, I would return it to Best Buy...


  • Huge piece of SH*T
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    from Toronto, ON on September 10, 2018

    Cheaply made, clunky, way too big, key feel like toy from a happy meal


  • Cannot go wrong with this product (MK550)
    by

    from Toronto, ON on July 18, 2018

    I was not used to supporting my wrist on the 'wrist support' area of the wave keyboard so it took maybe a week or so for me to be comfortable with that. After that, it was a breeze. I cannot imagine using a flat keyboard with no support. This one is much more ergonomically designed. The mouse could be a bit more compact though!


  • Great and very hard to kill !!
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    from Montreal,QC on January 13, 2018

    I had that keyboard for years now that thing is made very strong! A must for couch/tv gaming on pc you can also use an other logitec wierless mouse whitout conection problem by using 2 different reciver and the best feature the batterie life !! this is not a joke it last for years even whit heavy use everyday! The last battery i droped in there lasted for 2 years ! I must have droped the keyboard at least a 1000 times from my couch and it still work like a charm ! The mouse that come whit the combo is ok but like i said if you are tired of it after a while you can just buy a full wireless or wired gaming mouse and both will work just fine ! Great choice if you dont mind sticking to a basic wireless keyboard !


  • Great Keyboard
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    from ON on September 29, 2017

    Feels natural to type. Someone mentioned lag, that is usually a signal problem, if you use the supplied wire you can place the receiver in a better spot. I haven't had lag issues. The keys give an OK, physical feedback when pressed. I have weak pink fingers that miss type a lot on regular keyboards but the letters are in a more natural position on this keyboard which makes it easier to hit keys with pinkies and I can type a bit faster. The mouse is comfortable. The only downside is that there is no indicator for when CAPS is on. I like to know if I accidentally hit it before typing and having to erase after. A tiny LED indicator would make a world of difference but I am used to wired keyboards. I just have to get used to enabling a screen indicator instead.


  • Comfortable
    by

    from Richmond bc on April 28, 2017

    Wrist/fingers conform naturally to the keyboard. Easy and comfortable so far.


  • Extremely comfortable.
    by

    from Fort St John, BC on December 28, 2016

    This was the keyboard that I had before my G910 (also bought at Best Buy). The Wave keyboard is probably one of the most comfortable keyboards I have used. My G910 is great for games because of the excessively grooved keys but for typing the G910 is a nightmare with the raised keys. I actually liked my waves keyboard more than my G910, however, there can be some key lag depending on how far away the keyboard is from your pc. I play games on a TV so I was often sitting farther away from the PC than, let's say, a user with his pc laying on the floor beside him. It is because I am into gaming that I decided to ditch this keyboard for a gaming one but in all honesty the waves keys and key layout far surpassed the more expensive G910. The only reason I upgraded was to get a wired keyboard that would be more responsive in online gaming. For single player games this keyboard is perfectly fine but if you want to play competitive games you always want to go with a wired keyboard. I gave this keyboard 4 stars out of 5 because it is an amazing value in comfort and user friendliness, however, if they made this exact same keyboard with mechanical keys and a chord so that you could choose to go wireless or wired mode than this keyboard would be given a 5/5 and I would consider using it instead of my more expensive G910.


  • Poor key quality
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    from Laval, QC on December 12, 2016

    Pros What I liked the most is the hand support, it is soft. Cons The keys wobble at the touch, if press a bit on the side, it won't trigger the letters. Context Menu Key is a combination of Fn with Print Screen (in the top right corner). I needed to replace my very old wireless keyboard/mouse, but this is not an improvement, I will return it.


  • loved it enough to buy it again
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    from Vancouver, BC on November 9, 2016

    When I dumped coffee on my last one I just replaced it with an identical one as I liked it so much. the padding isn't very thick but it is nice and comfortable to use. wish the keys weren't so loud/clicky. I do love all the quick keys for controlling music, video, etc.


  • Keyboard is Nice, Mouse is Poor
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    from Saint John, NB on March 29, 2016

    I bought this set because I own just the Wave keyboard and am happy with it for the most part. I find if not used for a while (even when left switched on), It sort of goes into a sleep mode and the first few keys you press when you type are not registered on the screen and you have to re-type. I'm used to that and i keep it on my coffee table along with a separate unifying mouse. The Mouse that comes with this package is a medium to large size piece of cheap junk. The wheel is poor and the scrolling is horrible. I used it to zoom in on Google Maps and it was way over responsive in a cheap way. The mouse, although being a unifying type, requires separate software which just feels wrong and buggy. (No on screen if re-programming the extra buttons for things like volume) I think Logitech has made some good products in the past but seem to becoming cheaper in quality as time goes on. This set is definitely being returned tomorrow for something else. I'm just happy the guys behind the returns counter are good spirited and understanding. Money is hard to come by, I'm not into wasting it on second rate quality.