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This is a very entry level product and the mouse feels very cheap.

I would pay $10 more and get the upgraded version
$30 new or $22 like new in the warehouse:
https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-...B004SUO1QM
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thanks, needed a cheap one
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AMZ matched price
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Guys, I need some help in differentiating this one vs Logitech MK540 (https://www.walmart.com/ip/Logite...315654206)

I have compared both of them on bestbuy and seemed like pretty comparable other than Bluetooth vs RF technology and Mechanical vs Optical tech. Is it a significant difference to justify 2x cost?
Thank you
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This is a very entry level product and the mouse feels very cheap.

I would pay $10 more and get the upgraded version
$30 new or $22 like new in the warehouse:
https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-...B004SUO1QM
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I bought this a few months ago to work from home. Frequently disconnects/pauses/stops working. I'd recommend getting something better.
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Thanks for the deal. purchased the MS2000 model
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Are wireless keyboards more vulnerable to keyloggers?
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Thanks, bought one!
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Are wireless keyboards more vulnerable to keyloggers?
That would be like in the movie. Hacking the computer is so much quicker than this.
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whats a good entry level led lit mouse/keyboard combo?
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https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-MK320-Wireless-Desktop-Keyboard/dp/B003VAGXZC/ref=mp_s_a_1_15?keywords=logitech+keyboard+and+mouse+wireless&qid=1579498891&sprefix=logitech+keyboard+and+mouse&sr=8-15
Mk320 is about same price, more function on the keyboard
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How long they keep selling the same 2007 technology?
No BT connectivity included? Pass.
My Chromebook and Ultrabooks are not having USB connectivity.
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Are wireless keyboards more vulnerable to keyloggers?
Are you so important that someone would want to personally monitor your home, waiting for the chance that you might type in what they're looking for?? Much easier ways to get information than that, one person at a time keylogging. For 99.99% of people, even if they were vulnerable, it wouldn't matter because no one is interested. Too much effort for too little return.
Besides, while early wireless peripherals were often insecure, most all these days have at least basic encryption.

For my part, I wouldn't buy these simply because they are so cheap. As important as your CPU/GPU/memory/storage are, your main interaction with your computer are the screen and keyboard & mouse. You shouldn't skimp on the parts you use the most. They should be comfortable and work without issue.
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