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Logitech introduces notebook combo kit

updated 01:30 pm EDT, Wed October 14, 2009

Logitech notebook kits adds comfort, options

Logitech on Wednesday released the Notebook Kit MK605, which is made up of a wireless laser mouse and wireless keyboard, along with a pivoting riser stand. The wireless peripherals connect to the notebook via the included Logitech Unifying receiver. The receiver barely sticks out from the notebook it's connected to via its USB port, and it can also pair to four more wireless devices.

The riser is adjustable to one of three angles and can accommodate notebooks up to 15.6 inches in size. The keyboard has full-sized keys and a dedicated numberpad, while the small mouse is easily portable. Logitech's Notebook Kit MK605 should ship to the US and Europe in November, priced at $100.






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  1. Corys

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    Bluetooth?

    Why not Bluetooth. I'd be glad to buy some killer logitech stuff if it I didn't have to deal with a RF receiver. Especially on a notebook kit. Most recent notebooks have BT built in already.

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