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Date: July 15th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Logitech
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION



First out of the product box will be the installation and setup poster, the driver/software CD along with a Logitech product insert complete with a 20% coupon for your future Logitech purchase online.



Next on the list is the mouse charging station which does double duty as the cordless hub for both the keyboard and the mouse. You have the option of using the USB or PS/2 connection for the keyboard, but the mouse can only be installed via the PS/2.


*Editor's Addition: It has come to my attention through a couple kind emails from our readership that you can actually run the mouse and the keyboard from the USB connection alone. I have tested this in our hardware labs and they are indeed completely correct. Thanks for the feedback guys! =)*


 

 

 


The mouse is powered through a set of pre-installed rechargeable batteries (shown later), whereas the package only comes with a set of standard alkaline batteries for the keyboard. Power for the mouse charging station/cordless hub is supplied through an external power supply which attaches to the keyboard dongle. The power supply comes equipped with a very long cord for addition flexibility and range.



The MX Duo comes complete with Logitech's MX700 which is Logitech's second most expensive mouse which is only topped by the Logitech Bluetooth MX900 (Review: HERE). More on this mouse's features later on in the review.



The keyboard in this package is the Logitech Cordless Elite Keyboard. This particular keyboard can only be obtained through buying this package and I have yet to find anyone that sells it separate. With more buttons, dials and keys than Homer Simpson's nuclear plant control room, you can see that this keyboard is definitely not lacking in the feature department.


More on that later......



Bringing up the rear is the ergonomic wrist support which doesn't have to be attached if you don't feel comfortable using it or if your keyboard tray does not have the space. I personally found it was great for day to day office work but I had to remove it while gaming. But, to each their own.

 

 


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