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[Costco] Costco: Logitech MX5000 Cordless Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse $49.98

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[Costco] Costco: Logitech MX5000 Cordless Bluetooth Keyboard and Mouse $49.98

Look like a very old bluetooth combo from Logitech.

It this worth $49.98 ?

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More info from tigerdirect site but not available from them.

http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/ ... u=L23-7066
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Which costco location did you find this one? Was at the Hwy 7 & Weston yesterday but did not see this one. Went there specifically to buy a mouse and keyboard combo.
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Very nice deal for those who can find one in their local costco.
Not everyone likes bluetooth but I say this would be cool for my laptop.
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Heard some reported lag issues on certain BT keyboard, mouse. Any issue on this? BTW, this set is pretty old.
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Good deal if you want a smaller form factor than the newer Logitech keyboards. For desktop/tray use, some of these literally do not fit, but this one is a smaller model that works great.

Still not as nice as the MX3100, as the BT can be problematic, but still a good buy at under $50.
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golden wrote:
Jun 1st, 2009 3:16 pm
Heard some reported lag issues on certain BT keyboard, mouse. Any issue on this? BTW, this set is pretty old.
This set does have issues, but apparently Logitech issued a firmware update that corrects some of it.

The new Logitech BT sets are far superior in terms of connectivity, but as I mentioned earlier, this set fits much better in a standard desktop + tray, rather than the PS3/living room design of the newer sets.
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Anyone confirm this pricing?
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I have the first version of this set , and it's very laggy : at least once a day the mouse freezes for 10 seconds, and the keyboard duplicates some letters ...
But the 2nd version (which should be this one) is supposed to work well .
great price by the way .
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I believe the mouse is a MX-1000, so if anyone is wondering that mouse is superb. Been using it for over 4 years now, and still works like a charm.
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Nubee wrote:
Jun 1st, 2009 2:56 pm
Which costco location did you find this one? Was at the Hwy 7 & Weston yesterday but did not see this one. Went there specifically to buy a mouse and keyboard combo.

Markham East location. (Markham Road south of 14th Ave.)
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Mouse is MX-1000. One of the best ever. I have it for over 5 years and it still works great. This mouse was replaced recently with MX-1100 - slightly bigger, heavier & non-rechargable (2xAA bateries).
I'll get one set for my laptop. :razz:
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But remember folks, this is NOT the MX1000 RF that's sold separately and was part of the famed MX3100 set, but the MX1000 BLUETOOTH, which is a different animal and not quite as responsive or consistent in terms of signal.
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The MX1000 Bluetooth mouse is my favorite mouse of all time. Dongleless, responsive, the right size for my hand, battery lasts a long time, despite the fact that mine is ooooold.

On the other hand, I've had nothing but problems with a couple of those keyboards....but I'd grab another just to have the maus.
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