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Logitech MK540 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows, 2.4 GHz Wireless with Unifying USB-Receiver, Wireless Mouse, Multimedia Hot Keys,…

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Logitech MK540 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows, 2.4 GHz Wireless with Unifying USB-Receiver, Wireless Mouse, Multimedia Hot Keys,…
Logitech MK540 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows, 2.4 GHz Wireless with Unifying USB-Receiver, Wireless Mouse, Multimedia Hot Keys,…

£39.99

Description

  • Precision Typing : An instantly familiar experience, type with ease and comfort on this full-size wireless keyboard. Accuracy and reduced noise, palm rest, spill-resistant design, adjustable tilt legs
  • Built For Comfort : The sleek spill-resistant combo comes with a wireless mouse; its ambidextrous shape, soft rubber side grips fit comfortably in your palm; enhanced tracking, precise cursor control
  • Long-Lasting Autonomy : The wireless keyboard and mouse come with long-lasting battery life, with the keyboard lasting up to 36 months, the wireless mouse for up to 18 months – depending on the usage
  • Customised Control : Enhanced productivity at your fingertips, the keyboard comes built with the convenient, essential hot keys providing direct access to media, calculator, battery check functions
  • Wireless Freedom : Plug-and-play your keyboard and mouse with the mini Logitech Unifying USB-receiver, for a reliable and encrypted wireless connection up to 10 m awayfrom your PC or laptop
  • Upgrade : To MK850 Combo for better productivity – Bluetooth/USB, multi-device, padded palmrest, sculpted mouse, hyper-fast scrolling, extra customization
  • Compatible with: Windows 10 or later, Windows 8, Windows 7, Chrome OS

Additional information

Specification: Logitech MK540 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows, 2.4 GHz Wireless with Unifying USB-Receiver, Wireless Mouse, Multimedia Hot Keys,…

General
Brand

‎Logitech

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎45.7 x 19.3 x 2.4 cm, 829.17 Grams

Batteries

‎3 AA batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎920-008684

Manufacturer

Series

‎MK540

Color

Power Source

‎Battery Powered

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Item Weight

‎829 g

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Logitech MK540 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows, 2.4 GHz Wireless with Unifying USB-Receiver, Wireless Mouse, Multimedia Hot Keys,…

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  1. David Dutch

    This the second Logitech I have purchased the first being the K270 which gave me no trouble except old age (like me) and having my heavy fingers bash out my website content. I decide to upsell myself to the 540 and to date I am not disappointed setting up was a doddle. Plugged the wireless modem into my PC and everything worked immediately. The keys, although not silent (I am heavy-handed) respond to the touch, making even my three-finger typing a pleasure. The mouse sits in your hand and does what it is supposed to do without demanding a treat. If you are considering a new keyboard and mouse combo and do not want to break into an overdraft, this could certainly be the one you are looking for. Looking forward to many more years of production without wearing out the keys.

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  2. D. Lloyd

    The keyboard is fine, the mouse however is complete rubbish. It looses signal very easy, only 4 feet away it gets stuttery/jumpy, not to mention its extremely small and far too light.

    However the keyboard makes up for how rubbish the mouse is.

    I’ve bought 2 of these in the last 3 or 4 months, 1 for me and 1 for my father.

    If you want a good budget wireless keyboard and mouse I recommend you buy this keyboard and mouse, throw the mouse away and buy the G305 wireless mouse (The G305 is again not the best but it’s far better than that thing that came with the keyboard and not stupidly as expensive as the G900 or G903 but if you have the money get the G900 it’s the best you can get, the G903 is the same as the G900 just has induction charging for charging via that silly mouse mat).

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  3. Peter

    An old (>10 years) Dell-badged Logitech gave up the ghost (likely BT issue rather than the keyboard per se), so I borrowed my daughter’s MK270 for a couple of days. The only reason I didn’t go for that model was the lack of palm/wrist support with it.

    Bottom line 1: I now wish I’d gone for the MK270 and purchased separate palm/wrist support.

    So, what is the problem with the MK540 Advanced? The left shift key is the problem. This has been mentioned elsewhere. I did my research before buying, but I reasoned from the overwhelming positive reviews that it was a likely one-off issue. Well, I guess it’s a two-off issue, at least. If you hit the left shift key with the amount of depression used on the other keys, then it doesn’t produce the intended result (you get ‘a’ instead of ‘A’; ‘7’ instead of ‘&’; etc.). There is a little more joy if you hit the shift key right of centre rather than the left of centre, but it’s still a hit or miss with outcome. You really have to press down hard to…

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  4. Mushenzi

    I wanted to make the switch to wireless to declutter my workstation. I was previously using a Dell wired keyboard and I loved it. I have attached photos so you can compare and understand why I rated this keyboard a 3.

    My main priority when choosing a keyboard was for it to be ergonomic with decent space between keys. Unfortunately this keybaord is very good at all the less important things and really fails when it comes to the things that shape the typing experience.

    If you view the images I have attached, you can clearly see the LACK of “scoop” as compared to the normal Dell keyboard. The scoop is so minimal on the MK540 it really doesnt feel like its cupping your fingertips at all. But the main culprit is the smoothed edges. When you are typing you need to feel a clear distinction between the keys on your fingers, so why would you SMOOTH the edges? It’s simply too easy to press 2 keys together when they are smoothed and this leads to constant error key strokes.

    Finally the distance…

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