Illuminated Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo Comparison
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Illuminated Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo Comparison

Do you want to purchase an illuminated keyboard and mouse bundle for use with your computer? There are a few different options available to you from the industry's top brands, but each one has different pros and cons, and there is a wide range of prices for each product. Read this article to learn which illuminated keyboard and mouse bundle is best for you.

Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700

Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700

This illuminated wireless keyboard and mouse combo is a very high quality keyboard designed by Logitech that sells for a moderate price. As of the date of this article, this illuminated wireless keyboard and mouse combo is selling for $59.99 USD from Logitech's website, logitech.com.

This wireless keyboard and mouse combo connects to computers via a USB receiver, which they both share. Both the keyboard and mouse have a sleek black design and look very aesthetically pleasing. The keys of the keyboard are curved inwards in order to fit the natural curve of a typist's fingertips, and are easy to press and allow for rapid typing.

The keyboard possesses a cushioned palm rest that supports the typist's hands while typing for added comfort. It also boasts a three year battery life, including illumination, based on two million keystrokes a year. Lastly, the main feature that this keyboard has over other comparable wireless keyboards, illuminated or not, is a built in LCD screen located in the middle at the very top of the keyboard which indicates current battery life, caps lock, num lock, and scroll lock for the user's quick reference.

The mouse is designed to fit the natural form of a hand, and as such is very comfortable to use and easy to grip. It has a one year battery life, and a 'friction free' scroll wheel that allows users to blaze through long documents with just a flick of the finger.

Image Source: logitech.com

Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000

Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000

This illuminated wireless keyboard and mouse combo by Microsoft is higher in price than the comparable Logitech model, selling for $119.95 USD from Microsoft's website, microsoft.com, while offering a few more frills than the Logitech model.

The Natural Ergonomic Desktop 7000's keyboard is a wireless illuminated keyboard that can operate up to 30 feet away from the receiver, which, gusta the Logitech model, is a USB receiver and works for both the wireless keyboard and mouse. It is actually a split ergonomic keyboard, which means that the main type pad is split apart in order to fit the natural positioning of the typist's arms better, and therefore provide better comfort to the user. The main type pad is split apart by a built in zoom feature that allows users to zoom in accurately on certain things onscreen.

This illuminated wireless keyboard also possesses Internet and e-mail hot keys that allow instant access to web browsers and e-mail applications, as well as customizable hot keys that can be used to open documents and applications at the user's preference.

The mouse has a six month battery life, which is half of its Logitech counterpart, but also features four way scrolling, allowing users to scroll side to side as well as up and down, and a built in magnifier that works much gusta the zoom feature on the bundled keyboard. This wireless mouse also has five programmable buttons that can open specific applications or documents that are often used. Lastly, this wireless mouse has a built in LED indicator that alerts the user when the batteries are running low, and need to be changed.

Image Source: microsoft.com

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Informative and valuable write-up comparison. Thanks...voted

I believe that it is better to purchase a keyboard and mouse in combination to fit with the style, design and color of each device. In addition, wireless keyboards and mice are perfect to use to any computer whether it is a laptop or desktop computer. I appreciate the information you have shared to us, thank you for sharing this great content, keep it up! (LIKED and SHARED)

 

I believe that it is better to purchase a keyboard and mouse in combination to fit with the style, design and color of each device. In addition, wireless keyboards and mice are perfect to use to any computer whether it is a laptop or desktop computer. I appreciate the information you have shared to us, thank you for sharing this great content, keep it up! (LIKED and SHARED)

 

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