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Logitech debuts MK850 Performance wireless keyboard and mouse combo

Logitech has announced the new MK850 Performance wireless keyboard and mouse combo.

The full-size keyboard with number pad comes with a cushioned palm rest and a curved keyframe that help enhance comfort as well as productivity. For a perfect typing angle, you get adjustable tilt legs as well. The mouse too has been designed for comfort, with a contoured design and soft rubber surface that fits comfortable in the palm.

Logitech’s DuoLink feature allows the MK850 keyboard and mouse work together. You can configure the mouse buttons to have a different set of actions when you hold the Fn key, or move the mouse with the Fn key down to perform gesture-controlled actions. The combo can easily be used with multiple devices as well. You can start typing on your computer, then switch to your tablet or smartphone with the touch of a button via Easy-Switch technology. The mouse can be paired with up to 3 devices for seamless multi-tasking.

The MK850 Performance keyboard and mouse combo can be connected wirelessly to your devices using the Logitech Unifying USB receiver or you can alternatively pair them via Bluetooth low energy technology. In terms of battery stamina, the keyboard is claimed to last up to 36 months while the mouse stays powered for 24 months before requiring new batteries. The mouse requires a single AA battery, while the keyboard required two AAA batteries.

Comfort at your desk is key, especially when you really need to get stuff done,” said Art O Gnimh, global director of keyboards at Logitech. “Whether that’s researching, creating or communicating, all-day productivity requires comfort so you can reach your full potential. The MK850 Performance wireless keyboard and mouse combo gives you comfort and total control so you can type on any device and switch seamlessly between them to get your work done.”

Via: Guru3D

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