New Logitech Wireless Combo MK520 Puts Convenience and Control at Your Fingertips

Today we introduced the Logitech Wireless Combo MK520, a full-size mouse-and-keyboard combo that features one-touch media controls.

The concave design and softly rounded edges of the keyboard’s quiet, low-profile Logitech Incurve keys position your fingers properly and make it easier to glide from key to key. The keyboard has an industry leading three-year battery life and also incorporates one-touch media controls so you can mute your computer or skip to the next song, instantly, without using your mouse.

The full-size laser mouse feels good in either hand, even after long hours of use thanks to its comfortable, contoured design with soft rubber side grips. The mouse has a one-year battery life, and the high-performance laser means you’ll enjoy smooth tracking on just about any surface, other than glass or a mirror.

And, the Wireless Combo MK 520 uses Logitech’s tiny Unifying receiver that’s small enough to stay in your laptop when you’re on the go and wirelessly connects the included mouse and keyboard to your computer, so both are ready to use whenever you need them. The Unifying receiver delivers Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity that keeps you connected with virtually no delays or dropouts at a range of up to 10 meters. And it includes 128-bit AES keyboard encryption — one of the highest levels of security available, so your information is protected.

Click here for more information about the Logitech Wireless Combo MK 520 or to get yours today.

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9 comments

  • Awesome. I am building a new desktop and I am really looking forward to trying out the unifying system. Any idea when it will be available? hint: please say “now”… thanks.

  • Hi, Will this new MK520 work with Win 7 and a Belkin Flip USB KVM switch?

    I work from home and use a belkin flip ps/2 kvm switch with my Logitech Y-RK49 keyboard and mouse for an old HP pavilion running XP pro and a dell laptop running XP pro. But now there is a change. I was just issued a new Lenovo T410 Thinkpad w/Win7 from work. It has no ps/2 inputs so I bought a PS/2 to single USB adaptor and my logitech keyboard and mouse are no longer working? Is the Y-RK49 compatible with Win7? Could the adaptor from PS/2 to USB be interfering? I’ll buy a new keyboard if it will work with the KVM and Win7.
    Thanks,
    Mexglx

  • Hi,

    Any chance of the keyboard in this bundle being released separately? (Or, even better, a DiNovo Keyboard for Laptops updated with the Unifying Receiver? :D) Both keyboards seem perfect for a home theater PC, but I already have an Anywhere MX mouse, and I don’t necessarily want to buy a mouse I’m not gonna need just for the keyboard!

  • I’d also like to buy this separately. In the UK it seems impossible to buy a decent full size non-ergonomic keyboard with media controls that isn’t in a combo.

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