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    wireless mouse and kb required..

    im after a wireless kb and mouse, and been buying a lot of good logitech stuff recently so looking at their products...

    kind of a bit confused as theres a lot of similar stuff, but ive narrowed it down to 3

    Logitech Wireless Desktop MK250 | LogitechShop

    Logitech MK320 | LogitechShop

    Logitech Media Combo MK200 | LogitechShop

    All round about the same price, whats the differences?

    What would you all recommend?

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    I would go for the MK320, its the only on that mentions that the receiver snaps onto the mouse, which will come in handy even if you don't need it at first.

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    what does that mean? An easy way to charge it?

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    No it means when you move the keyboard and mouse to another location you can remove the small receiver from the pc/laptop and clip it to the mouse really handy if you travel with the mouse and your laptop you wont have the receiver floating around in your bag.

    Just a cool little feature.

    The MK320 also seems to have a longer battery life than the others (they claim "Go up to 15 months without changing batteries for the keyboard and up to 5 months for the mouse")

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    thanks for that. some of the others on the website are up to $200 so I guess $55 or whatever isnt too bad..

    Ill order it from work in the morning

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    got itchy fingers. bought it just now. cheers for the input



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