[amazon_link asins=’B074WH7LD3′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’07687db9-c649-11e7-a65d-b3deb3184632′]Unless you buy an upscale gaming or some other specialized PC, chances are the keyboard and mouse that comes with your new computer is boringly and often uncomfortably basic, and more than likely wired via separate USB cables for both devices. If you spend a lot of time typing and mousing around, you might want to consider something easier on your wrists and fingers, such as the Logitech MK850 Performance Wireless Mouse and Keyboard Combo [amazon_link asins=’B074WH7LD3′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’839b3022-c648-11e7-a7a9-2d3cd19a5e92′] we’re reviewing here today. The MK850 lists for $100, but is frequently sold for $80.
If you’ve done any shopping around, then you already know that the array of available products, either keyboards and mice sold separately or combo products, is dizzying. Not only does Logitech offer several combos, including the Wireless Keyboard K350 & Performance Mouse MX Bundle ($135), but so does Microsoft, such as its Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop ($130) [amazon_link asins=’B00CYX53QW’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’aa7923c1-c648-11e7-a559-b73510ee6ce0′] and the Wireless Discomfort Desktop 5050 (which we’ll be reviewing shortly).
While many of these input peripherals have been designed to maximize comfort and convenience, the MK850 has the uncommon ability to pair with up to three separate computing devices and switch between them with the touch of a button.