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Logitech MK850 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo, 2.4GHz Wireless and Bluetooth, Curved Keyframe & Wireless Mouse, 12 Programmable Keys, 3-Year Battery Life, PC/Mac, QWERTY UK Layout

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QWERTY, UK
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Brand Logitech
Connectivity technology Keyboard Connection Type: Bluetooth Smart and 2.4GHz wireless connection Mouse Connection Type: Bluetooth Smart and 2.4GHz wireless connection See more
Operating System Android
Power Source Battery Powered
Number of keys 8

About this item

  • Custom Productivity Experience : The MK850 wireless combo gives you increased productivity thanks to Logitech software OPTIONS, allowing you to assign 12 keys and buttons to your favourite shortcuts
  • Built for Comfort : Designed for all-day typing with oversized, cushioned palm rest, familiar deep-profile keys, curved key frame and adjustable tilt legs; two AAA batteries with a 3-year lifespan
  • Precision Mouse Control : Contoured mouse's soft rubber surface fits ideally into your palm, hyper-fast scrolling wheel to fly through webpages/documents. Works with Windows, Mac, ChromeOS, Android
  • Multiple Device Compatibility : Swapping between PCs, laptops and Macs is simple; type and switch seamlessly between tablets, computers, phone; Pair up to 3 individual devices via Bluetooth/USB receiver
  • Logitech DuoLink : To get the most out of the MK850 wireless combo, download the Logitech Options software Duolink, link your keyboard and mouse together for custom functionality, smarter navigation

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Experience next-level comfort and productivity with the powerful Logitech MK850 Performance Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo. Fly through documents and web pages with hyper-fast scrolling – and type quietly and efficiently on a full-size keyboard with carefully crafted keys. The cushioned palm rest and curved keyframe give you the support you need, while adjustable tilt legs offer the ideal typing angle and the contoured design of the mouse fits comfortably in your palm. Type and switch seamlessly between your computer, tablet and phone. Pair your mouse with up to 3 devices. Any USB-equipped or Bluetooth Smart ready device that supports an external keyboard (HID profile).

In order for your keyboard to work with your device, the device must have built-in Bluetooth capability or be using a third-party Bluetooth receiver or dongle. If your system is Bluetooth-capable and the keyboard isn't working, the problem is likely a lost connection. The connection between the MK850 keyboard and the computer or tablet can be lost for several reasons, such as: Low battery power , Using your wireless keyboard on metal surfaces. Radio frequency (RF) interference from other wireless devices, such as: Wireless speakers, Computer power supplies, Monitors, Cell phones, Garage door openers Try to rule out these and other possible problem sources that might be affecting your keyboard.

If your keyboard frequently stops working and you keep having to reconnect it, try these suggestions:
Keep other electrical devices at least 8 inches (20 cm) away from the keyboard.
Move the keyboard closer to the computer or tablet.
Un-pair and re-pair your device to the keyboard.

Set Contains:

1 x Wireless keyboard
Wireless mouse
Unifying receiver
2 AAA batteries in keyboard
1 AA battery in mouse (pre-installed)
USB range extender cable
User documentation


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Reviewed in Australia on 18 June 2021
Style Name: QWERTY, UKPattern Name: Single
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Mayla P. ✅
5.0 out of 5 stars Schwer beeindruckt !
Reviewed in Germany on 4 June 2019
Style Name: QWERTZ, GermanPattern Name: SingleVerified Purchase
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Mayla P. ✅
5.0 out of 5 stars Schwer beeindruckt !
Reviewed in Germany on 4 June 2019
Vielleicht auch weil ich von allen vorangegangenen Updates profitiere bzw. alle Kinderkrankheiten ausgemerzt sind.
Ich habe mich jetzt länger nach einer vernünftigen Lösung umgeschaut damit ich Laptop und Desktop Rechner bedienen kann. Diverse Google Abfragen und Foren gelesen, Amazon Rezensionen studiert und trotzdem auf die Nase gefallen aber dazu später mehr.
Mein Ziel war es ein Switch zu vermeiden um nur eine Tastatur und Maus anzuschliessen.
Der Bildschirm lässt zwei Rechner zu und ich kann dort dann PIP/ PBP
Somit musste nur Tastatur und Maus noch mitspielen.
Herausforderung war das nie bei einem Set zwei Funk Empfänger dabei sind (mir zu mindestens nicht bekannt) .
Somit brauchte ich eine Variante aus Bluetooth (kann der Laptop) und Funkempfänger (Desktoprechner).

Da bei vielen (bei mir auch) oftmals der Igel in der Tasche zu Hause ist, griff ich das erste mal dann zu einer günstigeren Version ein anderen Marke die auch beides konnte, für mich war es nix da es ständig Probleme beim Wechsel zwischen Funk und Bluetooth gab, das war sehr nervig, noch andere Punkte die mich störten aber dazu gesondert.

Dann habe ich mir die Logitech bestellt ... es war, ist und wird es hoffentlich bleiben der absolute Knaller.

Der Switch zwischen beiden ist mit den Tasten überhaupt kein Problem.
Knopf und eine Zahlenangabe bei der Maus welches Medium gerade angesteuert wird, bei der Tastatur genau das gleiche und funktioniert super.
Dann fand ich nach einer halben Std. eine Funktion raus, sobald ich beide Rechner parallel laufen habe, brauche ich nur mit der Maus an den rechten Rand des Bildschirmes gehen und sie switched von allein zum anderen Rechner ... aber damit nicht genug ich kann dann sogar per Drag & Drop Daten von dem einen Rechner zum anderen Rechner schieben, natürlich nicht mit rasender Geschwindigkeit aber für bei Dokumenten kein Zeitverlust spürbar.
Das alles funktioniert wirklich richtig gut und ohne Probleme, ich war und bin noch aus dem Häuschen und ärgere mich eigentlich warum ich nicht direkt die Logitech genommen habe.
85€ sind gut investiertes Geld.

Die Tastatur:
ist weich im Anschlag, ergonomisch geformt und die Handballen-Stütze an der Tastatur war für mich immer ein Grauen, aber ich muss sagen es ist wirklich angenehm das sie aus einen festen Material besteht und keine Geleinlage hat.

Die Maus:
Ist von den Geräusche wie eine normale Maus also nicht leise sondern normal.
Sie reagiert schnell bzw. So schnell wie man es sich einstellt. Liegt gut in der Hand, auch ergonomisch geformt, ist nicht zu groß aber auch nicht zu klein.
Ich denke die Größe passt für Männer wie auch für Frauen sehr, aber ich denke wenn man sehr große Hände hat könnte diese Maus etwas klein sein aber dieses Problem hat man dann auch bei allen herkömmlichen Mäusen.
Es gibt unzählige Möglichkeiten alles Maustasten zu belegen, schön ist eine erweiterte Variante der Gestensteuerung (FN + Gestenschalter an der Maus) und ich kann durch Bewegung vorne, hinten, rechts oder links der Maus sehr viele individuelle Funktionen festlegen.

Die Software:
diese würde ich jedem empfehlen zu installieren da die vorher genannten Funktion auch nur darüber einzustellen sind aber auch evtl. wichtige Updates darüber gesteuert werden.
In Summe ist die SW aber leicht und intuitiv zu bedienen und kann auch von einem nicht so versierten Anwender sehr gut eingestellt / bedient werden.

Batterie / Akkuverbrauch:
ich habe Batterien zur Zeit laufen die mit dabei waren und in den zwei Wochen habe ich nicht wirklich spürbar etwas festgestellt das diese sich entladen haben während der Ruhephasen :-)
Dies ist öfter ein Problem bei Multi Tastaturen und so auch bei meinem ersten Fehlkauf.
Nichtsdestotrotz kann jeder in den Bluetooth Einstellungen unter Windows den Batteriestand nachschauen.

Ich freu mich wenn ich Ihnen bei Ihrer Entscheidung weiterhelfen konnte und Sie ein paar Infos aus dieser Rezension gebrauchen können.
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Mike
5.0 out of 5 stars Versatile, good but not for coders
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 January 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Versatile, good but not for coders
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 January 2019
UPDATE: After a month this keyboard is annoying me. The spongy wrist support is a dirt magnet and already look awful. The lack of separation between F and other control keys makes using the keyboard a pest in low light or when in 'full flow' and when using KB shortcuts. An Example... to increase audio volume you have to hold Fn + F10, if you hit F11 by accident (the keyboard wills you to do this) then you turn off the machine. I urge caution if you are thinking of buying a "full sized, full layout keyboard", this one behaves more like a compact keyboard (it does very well in that role). The lack of dedicated media buttons, keys too close and the dirt magnet make me hanker for my old K330. The multi device support is a great idea but I find 'Mouse without borders' (see below) has made that feature redundant during daily use.

Original Review

I would recommend this keyboard and mouse combo for daily general use depending on your workflow, I would not say it is the best if you use keyboard shortcuts extensively or for programing (probably not good for gaming either). I love the ability to connect to three machines and save desk clutter - this is the main selling feature and it works well and is a far cleaner solution than the KVM switches of the past.

The Keyboard is well shaped, ergonomic and has soft feel keys. You can tilt the keyboard using the usual wee flip out legs on the bottom - Logitech has put two sets of these, one for four degrees and the other for eighth degree - nice!

I usually go for the MX 'Cherry Red' clickity-clack keyboards and usually find the louder they are the more I like them, however, I like the feel of the K850 - it is quiet but the keys depress far enough (6mm maybe) to feel 'positive'. I am not a touch typist but almost - I find this keyboard takes my eyes away from the screen more than it should due to lack of grouping of/spacing between ancillary keys, it lacks tactile feedback.

This is a full size keyboard, however, the layout has a slightly 'compact' feel to it. The main QWERTY keys are fine but the control keys are not. The function keys have no space between F4 and F5 nor between F7 and F8. I like having F keys in groups of 4 with space between the groups. In similar fashion the ESC key is hard against the F1 key. Further, there is very little physical separation between the number row and the F-key row. In practice, I have to actively look for F5 rather than using peripheral vision/muscle memory or tactile feedback to just find it. The ESC key also suffers the same problem, it is crowded. Other keys that, in my opinion, are too crowded and too small are Shift, Cntrl, Fn and Alt on the left side of the board.

In general, this keyboard does not make it easy to find ancillary keys by feel. This does make coding or using keyboard driven complex apps slightly more difficult to use and I would imagine gamers would find this problematic too. I'm quite old school I use keyboard shortcuts extensively and prefer this to using a mouse. However, this layout may suit most users better.

The other negative is the key printing (see photo). Logitech have tried to make this keyboard OS agnostic - or rather include key labels for both windows and mac, the result is not pleasing at all. So rather than having the "Win" key you have a key labeled 'Start' in bold white, a horizontal line and then 'Alt' in a grey colour. It's a bit busy but the main keys are cleanly labeled. This does not bother me too much but I imagine it would make finding the pipe or tilde key difficult for less confident PC users. Perhaps this is aimed at users who will connect to a windows and a rain mac/other machine?

The wrist support is a soft rubbery type fabric, it feels nice but is an absolute dirt magnet. No One likes a dirty keyboard but we all hate cleaning nooks and crannies so I would not buy this for a teenage boy... This is a poor choice of material in my opinion. The fabric seems designed to trap dirt, it won't just wipe away but gets ingrained into the fabric itself. This will become a big annoyance for me as the KB ages.

The Mouse is very good. It has three thumb buttons for forward and back and device selection. I do wish they had separated the forward back buttons from the device select button slightly or made the device selector feel different. It works on a shiny surface but I do notice it is smoother on a proper mouse mat. I'm not too fussy about mice as long as they have a scroll wheel, forward thumb key, back thumb switch and center mouse button. This mouse has all of these plus horizontal scroll.

The thumb wheel is good and includes tilt (horizontal scroll). The wheel has two modes, free wheeling for rapid scroll down long documents and a ratchet setting for more precise scrolling - the button behind the wheel selects this. It feels nice in hand and encourages a good arm/hand/finger position. However, the center click are not very easy to use without accidentally 'scrolling'. Probably not a good mouse if you are into CAD.

Other than that the mouse feels precise but is also zippy. I use two wide monitors (about 4500 pixels) and can go to screen edges and over to the other machine (see below) without running out of mouse mat. The acceleration algorithm is really good, I am quite happy with the default settings but it is configurable in software (and most OS's...).

Multi-Device Support
You can pair the KeyB/Mousey combo to 3 devices via Bluetooth or the (1 included) unifying receiver (tiny wee usb dongle). You can use the unifying receiver one one machine and Bluetooth on others or all bluetooth or all unifying receivers (only one included). It just works and just works very well. Once setup, you just press one of the numbered white buttons to select the device and pair to that device - you have to do this on KB and Mouse which is annoying but this also allows you to be mousing on one PC while 'boarding' on another (should you care to do that, why I do not know).

Software
Logitech Options is the software suit which allows you to adjust mouse and keyboard settings, key assignments (per application), mouse speed etc - it is a reboot of 'Setpoint'. You can also install advanced features such as 'Flow' (move mouse from one PC to another). I installed Options, got annoyed because it wants to connect to 'the cloud' and then discovered a conflict between Options and my own custom software (to allocate keys etc) - my audio volume became uncontrollable so I uninstalled Options.

I tried 'Flow' briefly but found it to be more of a dribble than a steady flow, perhaps my mouse has prostate problems? To be fair, my setup is a bit complex and my main PC probably has old copies of Setpoint and other trash that conflicted with Flow. I need to reinstall this PC and maybe try again. There is good support on the Logitech website and people seem to like it but I did not persist with Flow - there are better alternatives.

In general, I dislike Logitech's software and find it works best when uninstalled;) Modern operating systems are more than capable of using all the standard features without adding bloated control apps. While it allows you to customise the combo I find there is no *useful* function that can be achieved within applications or by small third party utilities. I must say, 'Options' is optional, it's not needed to use the combo with multiple devices.

Alternative to 'Flow' [MS Mouse Without Borders, Windows only]
If you have a need to move the mouse/kb between Windows machines then you should search for "Microsoft Garage Mouse without Borders". This is a MS app that essentially shares any mouse/KB between all (Windows) PC's. I have two Win 10 boxes on my desk. Number 1 has the Logitech KB/Mouse connected via Bluetooth while the second machine has an old wired KB/mousie - I can use either mouse on either machine (and also share clipboard etc) just by travelling the mouse over (KB follows mouse). As the Logitech is only paired with one machine I can still connect it to two other devices!

So, my setup with regard this product is as follows. I use Mouse without Borders to share KB/Mice both ways between my two Windows 10 boxes - this is only one of the three connections. Device Two is a Linux box. Device Three is a Tablet (using BT). The Bluetooth setup was seamless. Switching between devices is flawless and very satisfying.

Recommended?
Yes, it does work very well. it is built well and any problems with Logitech's software are most likely easy solvable and options to Options exist. I will probably look for another fuller 'full sized' keyboard with better tactile feedback for my coding/CAD/Photoshop machine and consign this KB/Mouse to my 'office' machine and for tablets etc.

Just one more Inch!
Had this just been an inch bigger and the ancillary keys spaced better ... sometimes an inch really does make all the difference!
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Muhammad Farrukh
3.0 out of 5 stars Great combo but...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 September 2018
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Rich
3.0 out of 5 stars Keyboard keeps going to sleep far too quickly! Otherwise its awesome!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 December 2017
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Justin K.
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible product
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 April 2019
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