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Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo — Includes Keyboard and Mouse, Long Battery Life, Ergonomic Wave Design

Product Description

The Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse uses an ergonomic wave design for more natural typing when working. The Logitech Constant Curve layout is similar to regular keyboards but eases the stress on your wrists and allows for more comfortable working. There are also 18 programmable keys that allow for rapid navigation to applications you use frequently.

The integrated palm rest and adjustable keyboard height help reduce wrist fatigue and make it easier to type for longer periods of time without strain.

Say goodbye to your micro-mouse or touchpad. The MK550 includes a precision-laser mouse for faster navigation and detailed work.

The Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo will have you working for longer with ease. The keyboard has a 3-year battery life, and the mouse has a 2-year battery life.

Setup is simple—just plug in the Logitech Unifying receiver and you’re ready to go. Your keystrokes are safe with built-in 128-bit AES-grade encryption. Keystroke dropouts and keyboard lag are a thing of the past with the built-in 2.4GHz wireless signal.

Price: $44.00

  • ERGONOMIC WAVE DESIGN – The MK550 uses Logitech’s Constant Curve layout for reduced stress and better, more natural typing
  • INTEGRATED PALM REST – Experience lower wrist fatigue with the integrated palm rest , Three options for leg height allow you to adjust the keyboard to the height that feels most comfortable to you
  • PRECISION-LASER MOUSE – Say goodbye to your touchpad with the included MK510 precision-laser mouse
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE – Use your keyboard and mouse for longer with the MK550’s extended battery life. The K350 keyboard has a battery life of up to 3 years, and the mouse, up to 2 years
  • SIMPLE SETUP – There’s no additional setup involved when using the MK550

My new purple keyboard
Note, it has the number keypad smaller on the left, and it is narrower so my mouse is closer to where I normally type
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What customers say about Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo — Includes Keyboard and Mouse, Long Battery Life, Ergonomic Wave Design?

  1. 380 of 400 people found the following review helpful

    3.0 out of 5 stars
    HEY Logitech! READ THIS., April 9, 2016

    By Jeff S

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo – Includes Keyboard and Mouse, Long Battery Life, Ergonomic Wave Design (Personal Computers)

    I generally only buy Logitech when I get third-party stuff because I trust the quality, and this keyboard is really good EXCEPT for one shocking problem. The keyboard sags in the center when resting your palms and typing. It makes this ANNOYING creaking sound that will drive you crazy. The good news is that I fixed it by applying some felt “feet” under the center where is sags (see pic). Very easy, but WTF!!! Come on Logitech, are you guys sleeping at your work stations?!

  2. purple! wow!

  3. 175 of 179 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    There are many factors which combine to make this an exceptional replacement keyboard., October 23, 2017

    By Bill D. (Las Vegas)

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: Logitech K350 2.4Ghz Wireless Keyboard (Personal Computers)

    Background:
    I’ve been using computer keyboards since before Apple or Microsoft existed. So, as you might imagine, I’ve had the opportunity to use (and loathe) a lot of horrible keyboards over those many years. Before finding this keyboard, I found that I preferred the precise feel of keyboards which relied on crisp mechanical key switches made by Keytronics. Unlike most other keyboards, the key mechanism had very tight tolerances with virtually no “play” in the movement. This means the key didn’t flex side-to-side or front-to-back while traveling vertically, even if you pressed the key slightly off center. Unfortunately, those mechanical key switches made a LOT of noise compared to many of their competitors. As a fast touch-typist who wrote many millions of lines of code before I retired, I can assure you the extra noise was substantial. But for me, the noise level was acceptable because the feel and tactile feedback when pressing those keys was simply excellent. I minimized the noise level by playing music through headphones while coding. Back in those days, there were no proper ergonomic keyboard designs. Over time, the perpetual bend in my wrists required when using a straight row keyboard combined with the repetitive motion to damage the carpal tunnels in my wrists. So, eventually I began searching for alternatives.

    The Ergonomics Craze:
    I admit I mindlessly bought into the “ergonomics” hype and immediately purchased the original Microsoft ergonomic keyboard design at its introduction believing it might reduce the pain and irritation of my many hours of keyboard use every day. I tried using that center-hump, split keyboard design for months, but it only seemed to make my wrists worse. Looking carefully at the way my hands moved while using that “ergonomic” keyboard, I realized the hump in the center was causing me to twist my wrists outward frequently in order to reach the outer edges of the keyboard with my pinkies. I could see the design was well suited to helping your index and middle finger move more naturally but that benefit was canceled out by requiring extra wrist motion and eliminating any semblance of natural movement for your ring finger and pinky.

    Ergonomic Reality Check:
    Being analytical in nature, I realized a truly ergonomic design would need to be more W-shaped, rather than having a central hump only. By that, I mean the keys in the center portion of the keyboard, under the index fingers should be elevated because the index finger is shorter than the middle finger. The middle finger keys should ideally be the lowest parts of the keyboard, as those fingers are the longest. Then the outer edges of the keyboard located under the ring and pinky fingers should be raised similarly to the center of the keyboard in order to eliminate the wrist rotation and finger strain required to reach those keys.

    Truly Ergonomic! :
    Eventually, I saw the Logitech Wave ergonomic keyboard design. “Finally!” I thought. “Somebody looked at the length of human fingers and designed a keyboard to accommodate the differences in length!” In addition, the key rows were also slightly curved in a way that keeps your wrists entirely straight from your elbows hanging at your sides to your hands resting near the center of the keyboard. The slight inward rotation of your forearms necessary for your closely grouped wrists to stay straight was now properly handled by joints actually designed to rotate (your shoulders.) I bought one and was quickly hooked. This keyboard reduced my pain levels noticeably, allowing me to put off wrist surgery a while longer. I haven’t bothered trying any other keyboard since I started using the Logitech Wave design. At this point, everyone I know who has tried my keyboard has subsequently purchased the same model. If you are sensitive to any unusual strains on your wrists or fingers, you will appreciate the neutral joint positions and natural finger movements you are able to maintain while using this keyboard.

    Comparison to my beloved mechanical switch keyboards:
    How does it compare to my former favorite keyboards that used mechanical key switches? Well, the tactile feedback is definitely not as good. On the other hand, I feel the benefits of using this keyboard compensate for the reduced tactile feel versus classic mechanical switches. Plus, the sound level produced by typing is vastly lower than the pronounced metallic “clickety-clack” of mechanical switches. In fact, I am also of the opinion that this is the first keyboard shape which actually deserves the “ergonomic” designation. On top of that, this keyboard has good key travel, and minimal sloppiness in the vertical movement compared to most other keyboards. As a bonus, the additional functionality offered by the added media, application, and zoom keys is actually useful if you are a heavy Windows and MS Office user…

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  4. 67 of 67 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Recommended, BUT CONSIDER AN EXTENDED WARRANTY!, May 2, 2016

    By John Francis Robin (Chicago, IL, USA)
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    This review is from: Logitech K350 2.4Ghz Wireless Keyboard (Personal Computers)

    Good compromise between ease of use and ergonomic design. The keys have a good action, and are fairly quiet. The built in wrist pad makes long term use more comfortable. Battery life seems good. I never really used any of the grey keys, so I can’t comment on those.

    This is the second unit I’ve had. The first lasted about 2.5 years of heavy use: about 7 hours a day, 5 days a week. After lots of use the keys were not working quite as smoothly, although all of them still functioned.

    2017.03.03 UPDATE. My second unit failed after about 10 months of heavy use: about 6-8 hours per day, 5 days per week, in a clean office environment. Mechanically it was in good shape, but it increasingly began to skip characters or hesitate in transferring data to the computer, resulting in me often having to go back and retype characters or words. It was subtle at first, but increasingly frequent. When I swapped it for an old, USB wired keyboard, the problem disappeared entirely.

    I notice that the keys on the new unit are noticeably stiffer than the old unit, but I remember seeing other comments that the keys seem somewhat stiff initially but relax after a little use. This seems consistent with my experience.

    I like this keyboard for its ergonomics and performance, but two of the four units I’ve purchased required replacement: the latest one, after only 10 months use. For that reason, I’ve dinged my review rating from 5 down to 4 stars.

    I recommend this model, but if you buy one, consider getting an extended warranty, and keep your receipt.





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