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I'm pretty sure the difference between the mk270 vs. k270 (and other similar numbers) is that the mk270 is sold as the k270 keyboard bundled with a mouse. "mk" means mouse and keyboard. "k" means keyboard. Just a guess, I don't work for Logitech. Peace So the keyboard in the mk270 bundle is the same as the k270 keyboard.

In general though, I have found you need to be careful with something Logitech did that was very illogical, technically. The USB wireless adapter comes in two different types, and it is not specified clearly at all but the two types are not compatible with one another. I always use the "unifying" adapter, which has an orange asterisk on it. You can then use that to work with any other Logitech devices that work with the Logitech unifying adapters.

Once I saw a deal on a Logitech wireless keyboard that had the little adapter, looking the same, but with no orange asterisk on it. Read through all the documentation, on the box, etc. and it sounded perfect, but it did not use the term "unifying." Otherwise sounded exactly the same. Asked the smart guy in store, he agreed that it was not clear and said I could just try it and return it if it did not work. Which is exactly what happened.

Also, the main difference between the k360 and k270 is that the 360 is more compact.
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How does it compare to k270? Any significant difference?
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How does it compare to k270? Any significant difference?
I have mk270, not sure if the keyboard is the same as k270, but the keyboard is a little bit less responsive compared to mk320 and mk520, I feel there is a lag especially when I type very quickly. I have been trying to avoid buying mk270 and only go for at least mk320.
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I'm pretty sure the difference between the mk270 vs. k270 (and other similar numbers) is that the mk270 is sold as the k270 keyboard bundled with a mouse. "mk" means mouse and keyboard. "k" means keyboard. Just a guess, I don't work for Logitech. Peace So the keyboard in the mk270 bundle is the same as the k270 keyboard.

In general though, I have found you need to be careful with something Logitech did that was very illogical, technically. The USB wireless adapter comes in two different types, and it is not specified clearly at all but the two types are not compatible with one another. I always use the "unifying" adapter, which has an orange asterisk on it. You can then use that to work with any other Logitech devices that work with the Logitech unifying adapters.

Once I saw a deal on a Logitech wireless keyboard that had the little adapter, looking the same, but with no orange asterisk on it. Read through all the documentation, on the box, etc. and it sounded perfect, but it did not use the term "unifying." Otherwise sounded exactly the same. Asked the smart guy in store, he agreed that it was not clear and said I could just try it and return it if it did not work. Which is exactly what happened.

Also, the main difference between the k360 and k270 is that the 360 is more compact.
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This keyboard is still quite large for those looking for a mobile friendly solution.

Dimensions per AMZN: 6.5 x 15.56 x 1.75 in
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I have this keyboard. Have been using for a few years. After using a long time (>2 years) some keys need to be pressed twice in order to register) Then again i like smashing my keyboard from time to time to let the other person know I'm frustrated at work so maybe that's why lol
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The reviews seem to indicate that this one does come with a unifying receiver. I think that Logitech produces the same model numbers both with or without the unifying. Can anyone confirm that this one has it?

Edit: Nevermind, I see it says in the description that it does include the unifying receiver. Definitely getting this.
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Can all the accessories with unifying receiver be used with just one usb dingle without having to unplug and replug each accessory's own dongle?
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Can all the accessories with unifying receiver be used with just one usb dingle without having to unplug and replug each accessory's own dongle?
You should be able to connect 6 devices to one receiver
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You should be able to connect 6 devices to one receiver
Cool... Just plug and play or do you need to do some set up?
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Cool... Just plug and play or do you need to do some set up?
The devices are initially paired with the dongle they're sold with. You'll need to install the software to pair them with a different dongle.
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I have mk270, not sure if the keyboard is the same as k270, but the keyboard is a little bit less responsive compared to mk320 and mk520, I feel there is a lag especially when I type very quickly. I have been trying to avoid buying mk270 and only go for at least mk320.
Thanks for your experience. I have the MK270 as well, but am debating on returning it. I got a pretty good deal on mine during Thanksgiving week, and I only paid $12.50 for it on Amazon.

I don't use the keyboard much, but I do use the mouse. Which kinda defeats the purpose because i already had a nicer mouse that I was using for my TV. Anyways, with the receiver on the back of the computer I could not use the mouse or the keyboard which is like 8 feet away. I had to put it on the front of the computer, and then they both work. But I haven't used the keyboard enough to see if it skips.

I thought I could keep the keyboard as a future desktop replacement, but the lack of wrist pad isn't comfortable to work on. I still may return the MK270 and wait for the MK530 to go on sale again. Nicer mouse and nicer keyboard. They keyboard on the MK270 is kinda big for use with a TV, this one isn't that much smaller. So I'll def pass on this one. I think I had a package that came with this keyboard once, but it didn't work at all with the receiver on the back of my computer unless it was like 3 feet away.

The M510 mouse did work with the receiver on the back of the computer, but barely at around 9 feet. 10 feet and the signal was fading.
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Bought mine 3 years ago and still works fine. Keys press smoothly. Still on my original batteries. Connected to my MBA and it works beautifully.
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This is the best keyboard that I have ever used. It is lightweight so I can move it around everywhere while i'm on the sofa, it has a great key layout for development work, and typing is quiet. I have owned 2 of them over the past many years and have only replaced the batteries once. The first one was damaged when I thought I could clean it by rinsing it under the sink - it is not waterproof. I use it every day!
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