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Logitech MX Keys and MX Master 3 Combo $199.97

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This is listed as $75 promo Dell eGift card back. If you plan on getting something else might be a good deal.

KEYBOARD FEATURES:
Perfect stroke keys
Comfort and stability
Flow cross-computer control
Hand proximity detection and automatic backlighting
MOUSE FEATURES:
Ultrafast MagSpeed scrolling
Comfort shape and intuitive controls
App-specific customizations
Flow cross-computer control
Works on any surface
USB-C rechargeable
Multi-device and multi-OS

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I know price has no immediate discounts but would love to get communities feedback on this
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I have no experience with Keys itself, but probably over 20 years experience with Logitech. And as much as I love and use their stuff, I wouldn't put a lot of money on anything they make because as a company they're crappy.

Stuff will break because of poor design and they never take responsibility for it. They hide the negative threads on their forums and their software seems to have been written by monkeys on acid.

Having said that I still use a K800 and a MX Master, which are on the expensive side (if not for SD). But plucking $200 and getting their finger if something goes bad would make me hate myself. That's my 2 pennis...
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I have no experience with Keys itself, but probably over 20 years experience with Logitech. And as much as I love and use their stuff, I wouldn't put a lot of money on anything they make because as a company they're crappy.

Stuff will break because of poor design and they never take responsibility for it. They hide the negative threads on their forums and their software seems to have been written by monkeys on acid.

Having said that I still use a K800 and a MX Master, which are on the expensive side (if not for SD). But plucking $200 and getting their finger if something goes bad would make me hate myself. That's my 2 pennis...
Thanks, I agree on lot of money, but getting $75 back and ending up paying $125 for a good quality keyboard and mouse is something I am inclined to do.. I use multiple pc's during the day and my main objective is to share both keyboard and mouse just by moving the mouse. The flow feature is the one actually I am after. BTW, I too use MX Master and it is such a great mouse and Logitech is being crappy by not adding that easy share feature to it.
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is this a keyboard and a mouse ? …..for $200 ??????????????????
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Thanks, I agree on lot of money, but getting $75 back and ending up paying $125 for a good quality keyboard and mouse is something I am inclined to do.. I use multiple pc's during the day and my main objective is to share both keyboard and mouse just by moving the mouse. The flow feature is the one actually I am after. BTW, I too use MX Master and it is such a great mouse and Logitech is being crappy by not adding that easy share feature to it.

You are paying $200+tax on this, not $125. If I were your accounting teacher I would fail you. Your bank will take a hit of $200+.You can't tell yourself the e-gift card makes the purchase equivalent to the price - the e-card discount. I am saying this because a lot of people like to justify the purchase by convincing themselves otherwise. It's not a sound way to make a financial decision.


The e-gift card is good toward another purchase and that item will cost you it's price - e-gift card.


basically I am buying this at retail and forced to spend or look to buy something at Dell again to use the $75 gift card. if this was shipped $125 I'd bite it, as is not that hot. I miss the days when Logitech actually had 50% off BF deals on their high end gear, and I remember stacking 30% off on top of that as well when you bought 3 items or more. I literally walked out of Best Buy with a G903 mouse (retail $150), 803 keyboard (retail $120), and one more thing all for $120. This was 3-4 years ago.
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You are paying $200+tax on this, not $125. If I were your accounting teacher I would fail you. Your bank will take a hit of $200+.You can't tell yourself the e-gift card makes the purchase equivalent to the price - the e-card discount. I am saying this because a lot of people like to justify the purchase by convincing themselves otherwise. It's not a sound way to make a financial decision.


The e-gift card is good toward another purchase and that item will cost you it's price - e-gift card.


basically I am buying this at retail and forced to spend or look to buy something at Dell again to use the $75 gift card. if this was shipped $125 I'd bite it, as is not that hot. I miss the days when Logitech actually had 50% off BF deals on their high end gear, and I remember stacking 30% off on top of that as well when you bought 3 items or more. I literally walked out of Best Buy with a G903 mouse (retail $150), 803 keyboard (retail $120), and one more thing all for $120. This was 3-4 years ago.
Thanks Smilie I understand. And appreciate your suggestion. I have rewards in my Dell account, figured this would just extend their exp. date.
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I have no experience with Keys itself, but probably over 20 years experience with Logitech. And as much as I love and use their stuff, I wouldn't put a lot of money on anything they make because as a company they're crappy.

Stuff will break because of poor design and they never take responsibility for it. They hide the negative threads on their forums and their software seems to have been written by monkeys on acid.

Having said that I still use a K800 and a MX Master, which are on the expensive side (if not for SD). But plucking $200 and getting their finger if something goes bad would make me hate myself. That's my 2 pennis...
Understatement of the year award. I've bought their stuff since the late 1980's. At one time, a great company. Now they peddle garbage, almost all of which quickly falls apart. Their software appears to have no other intention than to completely hobble your computer. I tell you now, most of their software just plain doesn't even work with Windows 10, you'll have to do without.

But here's the be all and end all... Try to get them to honor warranty coverage. Roughly 10 years ago had a mouse that broke, no problem, called them, they sent me another. Recently had a keyboard that began malfunctioning. First they wanted videos of the malfunction. Yes , videos. Sent them 3 before it was "acceptable". Then the kicker. They shoot me an email telling me I have to send them a video showing the keyboard being destroyed! Must have a sign next to it with my case number. Lighting must be perfect with no edits!! Must retain the destroyed keyboard pieces until I've received warranty replacement just in case they decide they have a problem with it! I thought they must be pulling my leg, but no. I never heard of such nonsense. I guess the customer is a criminal. Will be doing all I can on SD to let people know of this during BF season.
Here's the email if you don't believe me...
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Understatement of the year award. I've bought their stuff since the late 1980's. At one time, a great company. Now they peddle garbage, almost all of which quickly falls apart. Their software appears to have no other intention than to completely hobble your computer. I tell you now, most of their software just plain doesn't even work with Windows 10, you'll have to do without.

But here's the be all and end all... Try to get them to honor warranty coverage. Roughly 10 years ago had a mouse that broke, no problem, called them, they sent me another. Recently had a keyboard that began malfunctioning. First they wanted videos of the malfunction. Yes , videos. Sent them 3 before it was "acceptable". Then the kicker. They shoot me an email telling me I have to send them a video showing the keyboard being destroyed! Must have a sign next to it with my case number. Lighting must be perfect with no edits!! Must retain the destroyed keyboard pieces until I've received warranty replacement just in case they decide they have a problem with it! I thought they must be pulling my leg, but no. I never heard of such nonsense. I guess the customer is a criminal. Will be doing all I can on SD to let people know of this during BF season.
Here's the email if you don't believe me...
This is extreme. But I had a similar experience with a SanDisk microSD card. When the card failed and I asked for a replacement, they asked me to break it into peaces and send the pictures of it.
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Understatement of the year award. I've bought their stuff since the late 1980's. At one time, a great company. Now they peddle garbage, almost all of which quickly falls apart. Their software appears to have no other intention than to completely hobble your computer. I tell you now, most of their software just plain doesn't even work with Windows 10, you'll have to do without.

But here's the be all and end all... Try to get them to honor warranty coverage. Roughly 10 years ago had a mouse that broke, no problem, called them, they sent me another. Recently had a keyboard that began malfunctioning. First they wanted videos of the malfunction. Yes , videos. Sent them 3 before it was "acceptable". Then the kicker. They shoot me an email telling me I have to send them a video showing the keyboard being destroyed! Must have a sign next to it with my case number. Lighting must be perfect with no edits!! Must retain the destroyed keyboard pieces until I've received warranty replacement just in case they decide they have a problem with it! I thought they must be pulling my leg, but no. I never heard of such nonsense. I guess the customer is a criminal. Will be doing all I can on SD to let people know of this during BF season.
Here's the email if you don't believe me...
Thank you robie, it made my night!
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This is extreme. But I had a similar experience with a SanDisk microSD card. When the card failed and I asked for a replacement, they asked me to break it into peaces and send the pictures of it.
They're nuts, they might as well be telling you to never buy from them again. Even putting aside the craziness of the videos, and their 'better not make a wrong move' instructions, is the fact they're reserving the right to have you destroy, on video, your warrantied product and then not receive a replacement anyway! It's like, roll the dice on getting a replacement or being left with nothing if you ask them to honor their warranty. No customer with a warranty on a product should ever put up with that sort of an arrangement.

There are companies out there that want your business. Logitech isn't one of them.
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Thank you robie, it made my night!
It's hysterical, right? They want you to hire Francis Ford Coppola to prove to them you deserve warranty coverage. You need an Oscar winning director to have it work out for you.

Kidding aside, spread it around. SD'ers should be warned, if you buy Logitech their promise of a warranty has no meaning or value. Expensive computer peripherals with little durability and a company that doesn't stand behind their warranty is a really bad combo for a consumer.
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Understatement of the year award. I've bought their stuff since the late 1980's. At one time, a great company. Now they peddle garbage, almost all of which quickly falls apart. Their software appears to have no other intention than to completely hobble your computer. I tell you now, most of their software just plain doesn't even work with Windows 10, you'll have to do without.

But here's the be all and end all... Try to get them to honor warranty coverage. Roughly 10 years ago had a mouse that broke, no problem, called them, they sent me another. Recently had a keyboard that began malfunctioning. First they wanted videos of the malfunction. Yes , videos. Sent them 3 before it was "acceptable". Then the kicker. They shoot me an email telling me I have to send them a video showing the keyboard being destroyed! Must have a sign next to it with my case number. Lighting must be perfect with no edits!! Must retain the destroyed keyboard pieces until I've received warranty replacement just in case they decide they have a problem with it! I thought they must be pulling my leg, but no. I never heard of such nonsense. I guess the customer is a criminal. Will be doing all I can on SD to let people know of this during BF season.
Here's the email if you don't believe me...
Gotta say, that is so ridiculous I probably wouldn't have believed you without the email. Totally nuts.
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Gotta say, that is so ridiculous I probably wouldn't have believed you without the email. Totally nuts.
People was scamming the heck out of Logitech, blame these resellers/scammers.

They would buy it, use it, warranty call, and sell the replacement that came in at full price. When Logitech did a warranty claim for that new guy... s/n would be wtf
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People was scamming the heck out of Logitech, blame these resellers/scammers.

They would buy it, use it, warranty call, and sell the replacement that came in at full price. When Logitech did a warranty claim for that new guy... s/n would be wtf
Well my friend, if as you say Logitech did have a problem, the correct answer is not to make it everyone else's problem.
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