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[Amazon.ca] Logitech MX900 Performance Premium Backlit Keyboard and MX Master Mouse Combo - $149.99

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  • Advanced backlit typing: large, concave, laser Etched keys with illumination and Logitech perfect stroke key system for all day typing comfort
  • The dark field laser sensor tracks flawlessly where standard mice fail. Work with precision on glass (4mm minimum thickness) and glossy surfaces
  • Award-winning precision MX mouse experience featuring smart speed-adaptive scroll wheel, a unique thumbwheel, and hand sculpted shape
  • Connect the mouse to multiple computers with easy-switch technology. Automatic and manual brightness adjustment
  • PERSONALIZED productivity: unlock the full range of possibilities and customize to your needs with Logitech options software.Bluetooth 4.0 or later

I ended up price matching at Staples, and using their $10 off email sign-up coupon to bring it down to $139.99.
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This is a great Keyboard and mouse. The Keyboard needs to be charged at least once a week. I found it uses lots of juice. I think because of the back light. The mouse is fantastic. Battery last at least a month.
Both unit have are built in rechargeable battery.
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i try to refrain from anything that has a built in battery because I don't want the hassle of throwing my electronics away when the battery doesn't hold a charge anymore. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks like this.
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Mx Master 2S is a great mouse with great battery life
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Can I ask everyone who's used something like this -- can you connect this bluetooth keyboard/mouse *and* other bluetooth items (eg. headphones, speaker) at the same time to one computer? I'm using an old MX3200 keyboard/mouse combo that has a USB adapter, so never ran into this situation. BTW, my set can last for months and months on the same battery, so not sure if I could go to weekly charging!
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Bishop8 wrote: Can I ask everyone who's used something like this -- can you connect this bluetooth keyboard/mouse *and* other bluetooth items (eg. headphones, speaker) at the same time to one computer? I'm using an old MX3200 keyboard/mouse combo that has a USB adapter, so never ran into this situation. BTW, my set can last for months and months on the same battery, so not sure if I could go to weekly charging!
Yes - I haven't encountered a modern computer that's unable to connect to multiple Bluetooth devices simultaneously.

My PC has currently connected: BT keyboard, BT mouse, BT headphones. I've even had more than one mouse or keyboard connected at once and it's fine (same as connecting multiple USB mice or keyboards). I've connected multiple audio devices at once too, but don't know if simultaneous audio output to multiple BT devices is a common feature... I just used one at a time and audio output switching was easy.
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Bishop8 wrote: Can I ask everyone who's used something like this -- can you connect this bluetooth keyboard/mouse *and* other bluetooth items (eg. headphones, speaker) at the same time to one computer? I'm using an old MX3200 keyboard/mouse combo that has a USB adapter, so never ran into this situation. BTW, my set can last for months and months on the same battery, so not sure if I could go to weekly charging!
Yes, you can use this combo unit and other Bluetooth devices to the computer's Bluetooth radio simultaneously. If your computer doesn't have Bluetooth radio, you will have to use the Logitech Unifying USB receiver. You cannot pair another headphone, speaker etc to this unifying receiver as it uses a proprietary form of Bluetooth standard.

I use the k800 keyboard (which looks the same as OP) and MX Master 3 mouse on daily basis. The K800 battery lasts for couple of months and the mice for around 30-45 days.
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One thing I like about this device is the receiver has Logitech Unifying Multi-Connect. supports up to six devices 1 receiver. please check if your other devices are compatible
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RadioDude wrote: i try to refrain from anything that has a built in battery because I don't want the hassle of throwing my electronics away when the battery doesn't hold a charge anymore. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks like this.
I am 100% behind this, but I will just in that my MX revolution from 2008 had a battery that held about 4 days worth of charge in 2019. and looking on ebay there were 3rd party batteries that I could have gotten and replaced with some DIYing. I lost the USB adapter in a house move. Still salty about it.
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fatestkid wrote: I lost the USB adapter in a house move. Still salty about it.
I think you can use any spare Logitech usb adapter and reprogram it. Logitech has a software for that.
The unifying adapters are called unifying because you can reprogram the adapters to use with up to 6 devices and store the spare ones.
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RadioDude wrote: i try to refrain from anything that has a built in battery because I don't want the hassle of throwing my electronics away when the battery doesn't hold a charge anymore. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks like this.
I have the k800 and you can replace the batteries as I have done so in the past.
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Good set but I'm gonna wait for the new mx keys that supposed to come out soon.
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beepbeepboop wrote: I think you can use any spare Logitech usb adapter and reprogram it. Logitech has a software for that.
The unifying adapters are called unifying because you can reprogram the adapters to use with up to 6 devices and store the spare ones.
Unfortunately the mouse was from 2007 and unifying or reprogrammable dongles did not exist from Logitech at that time.
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st901202 wrote: I have the k800 and you can replace the batteries as I have done so in the past.
I hope this set of keyboard/mice also use rechargeable AA batteries like the k800. Otherwise, It could become a problem sourcing the battery when you need it. not to mention the cost associated with buying a proprietary battery. It was a sad day when cell phone manufacturers made it extremely difficult to change cellphone batteries.
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RadioDude wrote: I hope this set of keyboard/mice also use rechargeable AA batteries like the k800. Otherwise, It could become a problem sourcing the battery when you need it. not to mention the cost associated with buying a proprietary battery. It was a sad day when cell phone manufacturers made it extremely difficult to change cellphone batteries.
The keyboard IS k800 according to the description on Amazon.
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RadioDude wrote: i try to refrain from anything that has a built in battery because I don't want the hassle of throwing my electronics away when the battery doesn't hold a charge anymore. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks like this.
Yep, my Logitech MX Master mouse would only hold a charge for a few days or so after two years so I switched over to the Logitech G602 which uses AA batteries. I miss the MX Master mouse but not willing to replace an otherwise perfectly functioning device every couple years because it won't hold a charge anymore.
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RadioDude wrote: i try to refrain from anything that has a built in battery because I don't want the hassle of throwing my electronics away when the battery doesn't hold a charge anymore. I hope I'm not the only one who thinks like this.
I agree with you, but I've found that with a lot of devices with "non-replaceable battery" you actually can replace it - it's just might a bit of a hassle to find the right battery and/or do the replacement work, but sometimes it's no big deal. I took a quick look for the MX Master 2S and this was at the top of the results (there may be better videos and instructables out there):
https://www.google.com/search?client=fi ... fmoo74BQ35

Of course there are fewer results for newer devices, so you can't always be sure before buying that you'll be able to replace the battery, but it's always worth a look, I think.
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micron15 wrote: Yes, you can use this combo unit and other Bluetooth devices to the computer's Bluetooth radio simultaneously. If your computer doesn't have Bluetooth radio, you will have to use the Logitech Unifying USB receiver. You cannot pair another headphone, speaker etc to this unifying receiver as it uses a proprietary form of Bluetooth standard.

I use the k800 keyboard (which looks the same as OP) and MX Master 3 mouse on daily basis. The K800 battery lasts for couple of months and the mice for around 30-45 days.
That's interesting... my MX Master 3 mouse lasts 2 months on a charge and I use it 9+ hours/day. But it's less than a year old. My K800 keyboard was only lasting a couple days, but it's pretty old now and had its original batteries. I just put new Eneloops in it yesterday so I can't tell you how long it'll go on a charge now, but the power level indicator still says full, so maybe that's all it needed.

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