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Says OOS for delivery Frown
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I have the mouse and love it. Does this keyboard perform better than others?
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Ugh OOS for delivery here too. Sucks to suck.
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I have the mouse and love it. Does this keyboard perform better than others?
The keyboard has a nice dense solid feel. Key travel is good for a low profile keyboard. The real selling point for me was the flow feature. I have the MX Master 2 mouse and the ability to control two computers with one set of keyboard and mouse is great.

If you don't have that need, it's still a solid wireless keyboard, with great connectivity since it uses it's own 2.4 ghz transmitter and a great battery life. It can also use bluetooth as well, but I find the transmitter the better option.
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The keyboard has a nice dense solid feel. Key travel is good for a low profile keyboard. The real selling point for me was the flow feature. I have the MX Master 2 mouse and the ability to control two computers with one set of keyboard and mouse is great.

If you don't have that need, it's still a solid wireless keyboard, with great connectivity since it uses it's own 2.4 ghz transmitter and a great battery life. It can also use bluetooth as well, but I find the transmitter the better option.
If neither Computer has Bluetooth do you have to switch the receiver from one computer to the other to control more than one?
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If neither Computer has Bluetooth do you have to switch the receiver from one computer to the other to control more than one?
They use a receiver dongle called the "Logitech Unifying Receiver". You'll get one with the keyboard. If you bought a MX Master Mouse or almost any other Logitech Wireless devices within the past few years, you should have another one.

Have a dongle in each of the computer you're trying to control. When you move your mouse to the edge of the screen, the logitech software will know and allow the mouse cursor to "cross" over to the other computer's screen. They keyboard will automatically switch as well.

You can also copy/paste files from one computer to the other using the Flow software.

But yes, if you only have one dongle available, the flow software won't work as intended.
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They use a receiver dongle called the "Logitech Unifying Receiver". You'll get one with the keyboard. If you bought a MX Master Mouse or almost any other Logitech Wireless devices within the past few years, you should have another one.

Have a dongle in each of the computer you're trying to control. When you move your mouse to the edge of the screen, the logitech software will know and allow the mouse cursor to "cross" over to the other computer's screen. They keyboard will automatically switch as well.

You can also copy/paste files from one computer to the other using the Flow software.
Thanks for such a quick reply! If my set up is two computers with a single monitor I'm guessing I have to use the button on the mouse and the keyboard to switch which one I'm controlling and also that flow will not function then. Correct?
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Thanks for such a quick reply! If my set up is two computers with a single monitor I'm guessing I have to use the button on the mouse and the keyboard to switch which one I'm controlling and also that flow will not function then. Correct?
If they're two desktops, yeah, flow won't work correctly. At least not in it's intended function as in move the mouse to the edge of one screen and it transitions over to the other screen.

If one of those computers is a laptop, then you could make it work by opening up the lid and enabling the laptop's LCD.
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OOS here too. I have this Staples page bookmarked until it gets back in stock now.
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OOS here too. I have this Staples page bookmarked until it gets back in stock now.
It's back in stock right now (6am Eastern 5/20), just ordered. I bookmarked to LOL !
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Just ordered one. Thanks!
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Back out of stock. Was able to add to cart and applied coupon and when clicked checkout, said item in my cart was out of stock.. Frown this was at 6:50am EST
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Might be regional, shows OOS for me.
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I got this on sale
34.99 59.99 without coupon
Both these can pair and switch 3 devices and jeep phone iPad on them

https://www.staples.com/Logitech-...ct_1278211


https://www.staples.com/Logitech-...ct_2406182
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