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    Logitech Cordless Comfort Duo Mouse & Keyboard Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: May 4th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: Your keyboard and mouse are the main interface to your PC, but they don't last forever. If your going to replace them why not go wireless, the Logitech Cordless comfort Duo is sleek, comfortable and has a lot of hotkey's, also the mouse has 3 buttons. We believe they are good value but did we enjoy the hardware and is it worth the money? Read on to find out in our official review....

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    Keyboard Drivers

    Once again, although I've said that the drivers do have useful features, I would recommend that you did not install them. Like the mouse drivers, they are known to have problems with stability, and they use up memory and CPU processing power on your computer. However, here is a run-through of the various settings in the iTouch driver software.

    First up is the Hot Keys section. Here, you can setup the five customizable hot keys to do various actions. They can either open up a program, website, or menu.

    Next is the Options menu. You’ll find here four settings. First is whether you want on-screen key effects, which is green text that appears when you press a hotkey saying what you just pressed (for example, if you press volume up, the screen will show in green letters the volume). Next is whether you want to show icon in the taskbar (DON’T do this!). There’s also Show Lock Key Notification, and Auto-hide “lock key” popups.

    Here, you’ll find the battery level, status of the keyboard (secure or not), Connection settings, and a wizard to secure the keyboard.

     

    Battery Life

    Since I have used the unit for just a couple weeks now, I am not sure about how well the battery life is. I would expect the battery life to be a couple months of normal usage, but I am not sure about this statement.



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