Logitech announces new energy-efficient wireless mouse/keyboard combo
Logitech has announced a new wireless keyboard and mouse combination today: the Wireless Desktop MK700.
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Logitech has announced a new wireless keyboard and mouse combination today: the Wireless Desktop MK700. The system features the company's Incursve key design (buttons meant to cradle to your fingertips) and an LCD heads-up display for battery life status and caps and number lock notifications.
The included wireless mouse has a frictionless scroll wheel with two options: click-to-click and hyperfast. Perhaps the most impressive feature of the system is battery life. Logitech says the mouse should last up to one year on a pair of AA batteries, while the keyboard will supposedly yield a whopping three years of use on two AAs.
The Wireless Desktop MK700 will go for $100 and will be available next month.
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