The MK235 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse from Logitech provides wireless typing and mouse cursor controls for Windows, Linux, and Chrome systems. The keyboard and mouse connect to a computer via an included USB receiver that offers a wireless range of up to 33′.
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|Keyboard :||Height: 137.5 mm Width: 435.5 mm Depth: 20.5 mm Weight: 475 g with 2x AAA battery Weight: 425 g without battery|
|Mouse :||Height: 97.7 mm Width: 61.5 mm Depth: 35.2 mm Weight: 70.5 g|
|Nano Receiver :||Height: 18.7 mm Width: 14.4 mm Depth: 6.6 mm Weight: 2.0 g|
|SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS :||Windows® 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later Chrome OS™ Linux® kernel 2.6+ USB port|
|TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS :||Connection Type: Logitech non-unifying protocol (2.4 GHz) with Nano USB receiver Wireless Range: 10 meters Software Support: Logitech SetPoin|
|Keyboard :||Low-profile keys Adjustable keyboard height Battery: 2 x AAA Battery Life (not rechargeable): 36 months Special Keys: 15 function keys accessible through "fn" key|
|Mouse :||Connect/Power: On/Off power button Sensor technology: Advanced optical tracking Battery: 1 x AA Battery Life (not rechargeable): 12 months|
Type as long as three years between battery changes and use your mouse for up to a year before replacing the battery.
The three year battery life prediction is based on approximately two million keystrokes per year in an office environment. Like all batteries, your experience may vary based on the use and computing conditions.
Durable construction with sturdy tilt legs and spill-resistant design. Anti-fading treatment on each key so you never worry about losing the letters from your keys.
Simply plug the tiny USB receiver and enjoy a strong connection with no lag time. Your wireless keyboard and mouse will still be connected up to 10 meters (33 ft) away.
While environmental conditions may cause the wireless range to vary slightly, you will always have the connection you need.
No learning curve involved. You will enjoy the comfort and simplicity of a traditional full-size keyboard layout from day one.