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Logitech LX710

Logitech  LX710
alaScore 82

493 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 7 expert reviews and 486 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 76/100 and users rate it 80/100. The average review date is Jun 27, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 364526 reviews from other Keyboards. The alaScore™ for this product is 82/100 = Very good. Last update: Dec 11, 2018.

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Consumer review (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Logitech LX710

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 102 user reviews of Logitech LX710 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.co.uk. People really like the design and price. The reliability and durability also get good feedback, whereas comments are divided on the size.

usability, durability, reliability, price, design

84% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logitech Wireless Desktop LX 710 Laser Keyboard and MouseLogitech Wireless Desktop LX 710 Laser Keyboard and Mouse

Dec, 2018

Consumer review (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Logitech LX710

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 188 user reviews of Logitech LX710 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.com. People really like the durability and size. The design and usability also get good feedback.

price, usability, design, size, durability

86% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 LaserLogitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Laser

Dec, 2018

Expert review by : Michelle Thatcher (cnet.com)

Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Laser review: Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Laser

 

Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Laser

Easy plug-and-play setup; nearly every button and key is customizable with included software; comfortable keyboard and highly responsive mouse; software works with all stripes of Windows, including Vista.

Easy to accidentally activate the quick-launch buttons along keyboard's edge; mouse may be too narrow for some users.

We like the highly customizable Logitech Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser, but we found its overly sensitive quick-launch buttons really annoying.

Apr, 2007

Golden Tachometer Award

Expert review by : Olin Coles (benchmarkreviews.com)

Logitech Cordless Desktop LX 710 Keyboard & Laser Mouse

 

Logitech has been around long enough to be considered a pioneer in the peripheral hardware industry. Originally producing products for top-tier OEM's such as Dell, the retail market soon followed; and not long afterwards people like me had three-piece...

Extremely capable hot key design ; Excellent control key set ; Fully functional multimedia controls ; Convenient Start key and DocFlip controls ; 3-way adjustable tilt keyboard legs ; Long range wireless transmission ; Excellent power management ;...

LX7 would be perfect with a 2000 dpi laser and selector

Apr, 2007

Expert review by : Tazz (modders-inc.com)

Logitech LX 710 Cordless Desktop

 

Logitech has a wide variety of keyboard/mouse combos to choose from. They offer two Cordless Bluetooth versions and nine Cordless versions. Not long ago I looked at the MX 5000 Laser and Sheldog just took the diNovo Edge for a ride. Today we are going...

Slim Design ; Great Look ; Light Weight ; Keys Action is Good ; Easy to Install ; Wireless Response is Good ; Windows Vista™ Ready ; Good Bang for the Buck

Non-Rechargeable Batteries ; Forward and Back button location

Logitech being one of the leading manufactures is constantly releasing new products. They have a wide range of computer peripherals to choose from. Today we have the LX 710 Laser Cordless Desktop in front of us. Lets see how it stacks up to the others.

Feb, 2007

Expert review by : Michelle Thatcher (cnet.com.au)

Logitech Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser

 

We like the highly customisable Logitech Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser, but we found its overly sensitive quick-launch buttons really annoying.

Easy plug-and-play setup ; Nearly every button and key is customisable with included software ; Comfortable keyboard and highly responsive mouse ; Software works with all stripes of Windows, including Vista

Easy to accidentally activate the quick-launch buttons along keyboard's edge ; Mouse may be too narrow for some users

Logitech backs the Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser with a lengthy, five-year limited warranty that includes a replacement or a refund if the products are defective. The company's support Web site offers user forums, a knowledge base, and an e-mail form to...

Apr, 2007

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Missing parts

 

Save yourself the hassle and buy something new. NewEgg's suppliers are not doing decent quality control. I am going to keep these as 'parts' because it is not worth the hassle to return and pay a stocking fee. Highly disappointed and will probably...

Cheap Price

The battery casings are missing on both the keyboard AND the mouse. Makes them fairly useless ; Keyboard is full of sticky material on the wristrests. Ugh

Oct, 2010

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Good Stuff

 

Great deal, but be careful with recertified units, but not everyone gets the same thing. Some might be a bit more "messed up" than others.

I usually don't be recertified parts, but this one is fine and for all practical purposes just like buying a new retail set. Keyboard and mouse work fine. As little lag as possible for a wireless set. Range is decent but not outstanding. I can't report...

Keyboard palm rest was a bit "dirty"; old dead skin cells are littered in the little tiny crevices of the palm rest. Just needed a more thorough cleaning

Jul, 2010

Consumer review (newegg.com)

I Guess Wired is Better

 

See cons. Overall I wish I had just got a good wired keyboard and a more comfortable mouse with rechargeable batteries.

Wireless ; Looks nice

Wireless ; Mouse double clicks on single click sometimes ; Keyboard keys stick when gaming ; Mouse feels sub-par

Jul, 2010

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Errors and failure after many months

 

Worked very well when it worked

Bought about 5 of these for the office and 2 of them have failed after many months of good service. Symptoms include delays when clicking icons and delays switching from applications. Clicking sometimes stops altogether. I thought it was a problem with...

Oct, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Double Plus Good

 

The left mouse button has gotten a little stuck after two years of serious FPS play. Either a mechanism is wearing down, or all my skin/whatever is clogging the insides. I think it's time to buy a replacement!

I bought this for my first gaming rig build about two years ago. Yes, I bought a wireless keyboard/mouse for gaming. And it was glorious. Battery life is amazing, precision is remarkable, and the great receiving distance comes in handy every once in a...

The mouse sucks every last bit of juice it can from the batteries and tends to have inconsistent responsiveness towards the end of the battery life. But so what

Aug, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

WAS good

 

It's not too late for me to get a replacement, but I think I may just look for something new; from what I've heard, this particular keyboard model suffers dead key problems fairly often. Don't get me wrong; Logitech is a great brand and usually has...

Mouse still works great. Keyboard has a nice feel, and the multimedia buttons are easily accessible. The mouse has a nice feel, but it would be nice if it had more buttons - but I kind of like the placement of buttons 4 and 5

Keyboard started failing after ~6-9 months. Sometimes keys would stop working and then after adjusting keyboard placement or replacing batteries, they would be better, but it has gotten progressively worse. Now the Escape, Windows, and Alt keys don't...

Aug, 2009

Product Specifications

Design

Color of product:Black
Internal: No

Energy Management

Battery Technology:Alkaline
Battery Type:AA
Number of batteries supported:4

Ergonomics

Plug and Play: Yes

Keyboard

Device interface:RF Wireless
Keyboard form factor:Standard
Keyboard Layout:QWERTY / QWERTZ
Keyboard style:Straight
Keyboard type:QWERTY / QWERTZ
Recommended usage:Office
USB 2.0 ports quantity:1

Mouse

Mouse included: Yes
Movement detection technology:Laser
Scroll: Yes

Other Features

Compatible operating systems:Windows XP & Vista / Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows XP, Vista / Windows XP, Windows Vista / Windows XP, Windows Vista. / Windows XP/Vista
I/O ports:1 x USB / USB
Minimum system requirements:- 1 available USB port\n- CD-ROM drive / CD-ROM / CD-ROM\nUSB / USB, CD-ROM
Package dimensions (WxDxH):19.7 x 9.84 x 3.15
Package length:3.15
Packaging tare weight:3.64

Packaging Content

Bundled software:CD with software, comfort guidelines, and help center.
Receiver included:Y

Packaging Data

Bundled software:CD with software, comfort guidelines, and help center.
Package height:9.84
Package weight:3.64
Package width:19.7
Receiver included: Yes

Power

Battery Technology:Alkaline
Battery Type:AA
Number of batteries supported:4

Receiver

Wireless receiver interface:USB

System Requirements

Mac operating systems supported: No
USB required: Yes
Windows operating systems supported: Yes

Weight & Dimensions

Keyboard dimensions (WxDxH):19.7 x 9.84 x 3.15
Keyboard Weight:3.64