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Logitech EX110 Keyboard and Mouse (967561-0120)

Logitech EX110 Keyboard and Mouse (967561-0120)
alaAverage 3.8

4 reviews

May, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Logitech EX110 Keyboard and Mouse (967561-0120). The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the usability, but many are less positive about the durability.



On average, users rate this product 75/100.

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Extremely happy after trying another


This is my old mouse/keyboard set. I've had it for at least a year and worn the letters off the keyboard. I recently replaced it with a Microsoft mouse, as I could not get the mouse to connect - this may have been a battery issue. I now have it ...

Robust, comfortable, precise, responsive, good control, works perfectly, good transmitter

batteries, letters wore off keyboard

May, 2010

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An approachable taste of the South, served with a side of warm memories


Martha Hall Foose's "Screen Doors and Sweet Tea" is a lovely look at Southern culture and its cuisine. Many of the recipes are linked to Mississippi and Louisiana, but most are common across the South (okra, fried chicken, cheese straws, pot likker ...

Southern staples with interesting backstories

No nutritional info

Feb, 2010

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Great until the foot broke


I found this combo for $30, and was quite happy with it for the price until the keyboard foot broke. It's got a nice feel, and worked straight out of the box--just plugged it in, no installation necessary. The base transponder can plug into ...

Good feel on keys and mouse buttons. Works without special software

Keyboard supports are fragile

Feb, 2010

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A Strange and Mystifying Story: For Sure


I first ran across Tsuta Suzuki's A Strange and Mystifying Story at Borders -- and, being my local outlet, of course it was volume 2. Ever resourceful, I ordered both volumes from Amazon, which has managed the first volume successfully, but ...

Bizarre stories, appealing drawing, nicely understated

Could probably be a little sharper

Feb, 2010