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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-24-2008, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Logitech Wave, WOW!

Just picked up a new KB today to replace my 3 year old Logitech Elite. Saw the Wave was on sale for 1/2 price, so decided to drop $35 on it, and get it. I've had it for about 20 mins now, and all I gotta say is that it's quite an impressive kb for any price.



Just putting out a large recommendation on this KB, and really Logitech products in general. Using an MX Revolution mouse, and that too is an amazing product.



I do my best to promote Logitech products, and support a company that knows the value of making PREMIUM products at competitive prices for those of us who want to use the best stuff we can buy. Keep up the great work Logitech.......I have about 10 Logitech boxes kicking around my place now!

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-25-2008, 08:19 PM
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I have always liked Logitech for their prices and products. My dad has a wireless kb and mouse from them. They are around 5 years old and still work as good as they did when he first bought them.
When I replace the KB and mouse I have now I will probably switch to Logitech. Right now I have a Microsoft wireless combo that I picked up on sale and have had no problems with except for the range on the KB and mouse is really bad. I can't go more then 5-10 feet before I lose connection.
Hopefully I will find a deal on a good one like you did soon. Maybe with state taxes I will invest in one, who knows.
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Anything wireless, def. logitech. Hands down. Love the kb.
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I love logitech products as well... there Harmony remotes are one of the greatest things for any home theater! As for keyboards... has anyone used/seen the Logitech Dinovo Edge keyboard? I'm looking for a wireless KB for HTPC use on the couch and the Dinovo has caught my eye with many good reviews, (but a ridiculous price). That wave looks great, and there is a wireless version, but I'd like a touchpad/trackball option.

I've also been looking at thew MS wireless Desktop 7000, any thoughts there?

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post #5 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-07-2008, 03:39 AM
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cute keyboard.. but the only keyboard designed to save your fingers and wrists is the microsoft natural ergonomic keyboard 4000.
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(currently using a Logitech keyboard and a laser Logitech mouse...) Never had a bad experience with Logitech.
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My microsoft wireless mouse was perfect for my HP laptop, until the left click button started to wear out, then i got a new MS wireless mouse.

Only reason I prefer the MS mice are because they work better with laptops IMO, they have just the little USB plug for the wireless receivers, while logitechs cheaper versions (the price range i'm in) have the long cable that runs to a receiver and the other end is USB.

I will agree about logitech overall though. They make great products for great prices. I have the z-4 speaker system and it is such a good speaker system! highly recommended.
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cute keyboard.. but the only keyboard designed to save your fingers and wrists is the microsoft natural ergonomic keyboard 4000.
Actually the Wave does as well, (here, here, or here) and it actually takes into account thing M$ never thought about when making that keyboard you're talking about.

This keyboard, ergonomically speaking, basically throws any ergonomic M$ product in the garbage. That is, of course, assuming it wasn't already there-- which is unlikely because most M$ products aren't worth the plastic they're made with.

My roommate has something quite similar to that 4000 contraption you were talking about, maybe even the same thing. And typing on that is a nightmare. Comparing it to my Wave, thank you NewEgg, isn't even remotely a fight. For usability or comfort.

Avenger, you're right. Amazing product. Couldn't agree more.
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i've been using wireless kb and laser mouse from Labtec for almost 3 years now with great results.lol is that close enough to logitech
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I fully support logitech devices and recommend them to everyone. I also like them because the are about the only manufacture that is ps2 and ps3 friendly.
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I fully support logitech devices and recommend them to everyone. I also like them because the are about the only manufacture that is ps2 and ps3 friendly.
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