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This review is from: Logitech K750 920-002912 Black USB RF Wireless Slim Solar-powered Keyboard
Pros: Slick looking, has the "standard" media shortcuts and volume keys, as well as a full numpad. It's hard to find all these things on one wireless keyboard.
With a little setup, works great with my existing "unifying receiver" Logitech gear.
Comes with a slick little piece of software that will tell you how much light the keyboard is seeing and how much battery is left... Not sure how useful this will be, but it seems to work pretty decently.
Cons: Minor cosmetic defect on the front face, but hey. It's refurbished. Also, the face, other than the keys, is glass or something that picks up fingerprints equally well. The keyboard comes with a microfiber cloth, but still...
Probably the worst bit about this was the packaging. Came in a HUGE box filled with packing peanuts. The actual keyboard box was inside and a fraction of the size. Can't help but think there was a better way to do that...
All in all, minor inconveniences.
Other Thoughts: Initially thought it would work with the Logitech Unifying receiver that I already had out of the box. To hook up more than one device, you need to download a piece of software from Logitech. Wasn't a big deal, but it wasn't clear at first what I needed to do.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech Ultimate Ears Gray UE 200 3.5mm Connector Canal Noise-Isolating Earphone
Pros: Sound quality was great out of the box. Sounded a lot better than I was expecting for $10. Also came with a carrying case and a wide variety of earpieces. Was expecting to use these for a while.
Cons: After about a week, the R side audio pretty much conked out. You can still hear it, but it's obnoxiously more quiet, maybe about 75% lower. Apparently this is an issue with other Logitech Ultimate Ears sets after searching online.
Not going to bother returning them, but I had high hopes after the first week and was then disappointed.
Pros: It worked just fine. Bought it for my parent's computer, which they use for DVDs and some photo editing. No fans means a very quiet machine.
Cons: Bought it two months ago, still waiting on the rebate. Haven't even heard a word from them. I know that's kind of the deal with these things, but I've had much better service from the other manufacturers I used during the build.READ FULL REVIEW