Logitech Australia has introduced a convenient and clutter-free way for notebook users to connect wireless keyboards and mouses to their computers: the Logitech Unifying receiver.
A single Logitech Unifying receiver can be paired with up to six compatible Logitech mouses and keyboards Â– freeing up valuable USB ports and enabling a user to mix, match and add to an existing set-up, no matter where they are. The Unifying receiver is debuting with three products: Wireless Keyboard K340, Marathon Mouse M705 and the Wireless Mouse M505.
The Unifying receiver is tiny, protruding only 8 mm from the edge of a computer so you can leave it in the laptop when it’s time to pack up and go. Whether moving around the office, travelling for business or checking email at a local cafe, the favourite peripherals are ready to work whenever, wherever you are.
Setting up the Unifying receiver and the Logitech peripherals is simple. Plug in the receiver and the mouse or keyboard is recognised in seconds. When adding more devices, the Unifying software (available for download at www.logitech.com/unifying) walks the user through a few steps to get the new device up and running.
Battery life of Logitech keyboards is based on a calculation of an estimated 2 million keystrokes per year in an office environment; battery life for Logitech mouses may vary based on user and computing conditions.
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