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Friday, 27 July 2007 13:26

Logitech rides the Wave

Written by Slobodan Simic
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New Cordless Dektop Wave

 

Logitech has been busy these days, as it has announced yet another product. Recently they announced its "flying rat" and now a new Logitech Wave keyboard. The new wave design as announced, should be the top comfort which you can get from a keyboard, all thanks to the wave shaped key design.

For further comfort Logitech's Wave keyboard comes with a soft palm rest, and the height of the keyboard can be adjusted in three different settings. The Wave keyboard also has a channel on the underside for audio cable routing. It is Vista ready with Flip 3D, Zoom, Photo Gallery and Gadgets buttons. The F-keys are also programmable for full customization.logitech_wave_scr1
According to Logitech's product specifications, keyboard has a 15 months battery life, while the bundled LX8 laser mouse has six months. Both of the products come with a battery status light. The Cordless Wave Desktop set comes with a USB mini receiver and USB extension for easy access to the little mini receiver.

The keyboard has a stunning 5 year warranty period, and comes with a dust cover. The Cordless Wave Desktop's suggested retail price is $89.99 USD, while the keyboard alone will cost $49.99 USD. The keyboard should be available worldwide in October.

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You can find more information on product webpage.



 

 

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