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|Battery||2 x AAA (Keyboard) and 2 x AA (Mouse) Batteries|
|Features||Advanced 2.4 GHz Wireless, 128-bit AES encryption, Fewer battery hassles, Plug-and-play simplicity, Whisper-quiet keys|
|OS Supported||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7|
|Part Number||PN 920-003554/920-003235|
|Type||Keyboard & Mouse Combo|
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Apr 10, 2016
Awesome product Improved since last time .
Mar 4, 2016
Accha hai.. used for 1.5 yrs
Mar 2, 2016
Best combo buy i made on internet
Mar 2, 2016
Keyboard button are very small
Jan 29, 2016
Nov 18, 2012
Great wireless combo with some drawbacksBeen using the MK220 combo for a year now. It's not my primary keyboard and mouse. It only sees occasional use when the HTPC is in use. But with what limited use I have had with it I think its a fairly decent product. I certainly wouldn't recommend using this as your primary keyboard and mouse though if you happen to use your computer a lot. It gets tedious after a while which I will expand on below.
Oct 25, 2014
Soo SadI ordered Logitech mouse and keyboard from flipkart. When I received the items mouse was not working properly. When I complained and tried for an exchange they said it was the last piece.So I asked them to refund my amount. They agreed. It has been 20 days since it happened but there is not at all any response from them for collecting these or refund of my money. Further when I ordered next itemand they delievered them in just 2 days.
Nov 4, 2011
Too Cramped but works good.The keyboard and mouse works as they are supposed to. No doubt it's cheapest on flipkart then anywhere. You won't find it cheaper anywhere. The drawback of this keyboard is this that the arrow keys( UP, Down, Left, Right) are so small that it needs considerable time to get use to it. They are smaller than you can imagine. Lack of Palm rest is another disadvantage. If you never have to use the arrow keys and need a small form keyboard only then it's for you.
Oct 8, 2012
Perfect for casual desktop usersPurchased this keyboard mouse combo from a Reliance Digital Store. Using it for a week now. No device drivers are needed, but Logitech Setpoint software is needed for complete usage of all features. This software is downloadable from the Logitech website, and is not provided with the sales package.
Dec 22, 2012
Logitech MK 220 - Needs a lot of ImprovementLogitech is the best company for making keyboard and mice.
May 6, 2014
It spoils you and your habbits.I bought this product and started using it and have become so lazy with this around me. I connect my laptop to TV and this device with my laptop.After that I roam freely in the house lie down on my bed and keep on operating from distances.
Oct 8, 2012
brilliant product and brilliantmy mouse failed, so i wanted something new, Logitech are the best in the industry in this field it was a no brainier i had an old keyboard i thought i should change with the times and since everything is wireless today i said heck why not a wireless keyboard and a mouse combo.
Mar 5, 2012
Good Product For All Of UsOf all people, as Logitech likes unusual experiments. Apparently, the developers bothered to complicate the keyboard and mouse, and they decided to take a diametrically opposite way, and for those who think that the extra buttons and unnecessary extras in the pampering, the Swiss company has offered a set of Logitech Wireless Combo MK220.If we once called laconic other devices, then, admittedly, did so knowingly - they all fade to the background of this model. One, it seems too austere, while others will find this special flair - in the Logitech Wireless Combo MK220 nothing is superfluous. No … (Expand)
Oct 25, 2012
Poor quality, crampedThe keyboard is certainly cheap (considering that it's wireless), but it certainly doesn't need to look this cheap.
Dec 22, 2012
Cramped keyboardThis is really more about preference, but the keyboard is just too slim and cramped. The function keys are half chopped off (they're crucial if you use a Linux desktop with multiple workspaces, etc.) and the arrow keys are a mere formality. I'd rather like a slimmed keyboard to not have the numpad. No leds for caps lock, etc. either.