Monday, 14 September 2009

Logitech MK700 Wireless Desktop Wireless Keyboard, Mouse, LCD Dashboard

For those of us that make a living behind the computer monitor, having a
keyboard and mouse that are actually comfortable can make a big
difference. Ergonomic keyboards have been around for over ten years with
the Microsoft Natural keyboard among the first. Its unique split
keyboard design and curved surfaces it proved to be a bit too much for
some users to handle. For the user that prefers their comfy keyboard a
bit more mainstream, Logitech has announced the release of its new MK700
Wireless Desktop with Incurve keys.

The Logitech MK700 Wireless Desktop features a low-profile keyboard with
Logitech's Incurve keys. The Incurve keys are concave keys with softly
rounded edges set to position your fingers properly for maximum comfort.
According to Logitech, they invite your fingertips to glide from key to
key, hour after hour. How's that for some marketing spin for you? The
keyboard also features a cushioned palm rest so you can help stave off
the inevitable carpal tunnel syndrome.

The Logitech sculpted wireless mouse is also designed with your comfort
in mind. It's molded to allow for optimal hand positioning and sports
hyper-fast scrolling with a nearly frictionless scroll wheel.

With up to a three-year keyboard battery life and 12-month mouse battery
life they practically eliminate the need to replace batteries. The
integrated LCD dashboard gives you at-a-glance icon status of your
battery, Caps Lock, Scroll Lock, and Num Lock. The Logitech MK700
Wireless Desktop system is available for pre-order at www.logitech.com.
It'll cost you $99.99 and should start shipping sometime in September.

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