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Logitech MK825 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo in Costco: $39.99 after $15 off

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Just need a bluetooth keyboard for iPad. Grabbed these at my local Costco store.Add $5 for shipping online.

https://www.costco.com/logitech-m...27196.html
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Looks like Costco is the only retail distributor of this, apart from private sellers on fleabay, Amazon.

It's not even on Logitech's website.

And there's no user manual on the planet.
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Looks like Costco is the only retail distributor of this, apart from private sellers on fleabay, Amazon.

It's not even on Logitech's website.

And there's no user manual on the planet.
This bundle includes K850(Keyboard) and M585 (Mouse). There's a simple instruction included, with which my 11 yrs little one set them up in no time.

It's similar to MK850 which seems to me is K850+M720. MK850 is widely sold and listed on Logitech website but I can't find user manual either. Seems Logitech encourages people to download their software to set functions on keyboards and mouses.
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PCWorld review of the keyboard: overall impress is "meh."

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3...-snap.html

For Mac users, keys are not programmable, unlike with Windows. AND a common complaint is that the mouse disconnects if your Mac goes to sleep. https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-W...geNumber=3
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