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mouse is 4'' long on flat bottom, 5''on curve on top, 2''narrow width and 2.25'' at thumb position.Hope this is of help.
luddite
· 27 February 2014
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The basic keyboard and mouse features will work fine in Linux as it's done at a hardware layer so works in the BIOS etc. I've used mine with a raspberry Pi. The multimedia keys on the very top top mid to left may not work as these will require some OS support. You may be able to configure them or need to find a custom… see more The basic keyboard and mouse features will work fine in Linux as it's done at a hardware layer so works in the BIOS etc. I've used mine with a raspberry Pi. The multimedia keys on the very top top mid to left may not work as these will require some OS support. You may be able to configure them or need to find a custom driver to get them working. I haven't seen Linux drivers on the Logitech site. see less The basic keyboard and mouse features will work fine in Linux as it's done at a hardware layer so works in the BIOS etc. I've used mine with a raspberry Pi. The multimedia keys on the very top top mid to left may not work as these will require some OS support. You may be able to configure them or need to find a custom driver to get them working. I haven't seen Linux drivers on the Logitech site.
Steve
· 30 September 2014
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Yes it does it has 2, one at each end. They raise it about an inch.
Colin Ellis
· 20 November 2015
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It will probably work as it uses a dongle and third party drivers rather than only being reliant on Plug n Play. If you have a Win 98 laptop that is connecting to the Internet, the compatibility of a wireless keyboard should be the least of your concerns.
Mark
· 26 January 2021
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If you have 2 PC's on a desk and 2 sets of Logitech kit then yes they they do work completely independently, that is how I have mine set up.
P. Roberts
· 18 November 2014
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Yes it is, I have tested it on a chromebook and both keyboard and mouse worked fine.
Charles
· 10 September 2018
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Hi,

Thanks for the query. … see more
Hi,

Thanks for the query.

Yes, there should be a compartment in the mouse to hold your receiver

Kind Regards,
Ebuyer Support see less
Hi,

Thanks for the query.

Yes, there should be a compartment in the mouse to hold your receiver

Kind Regards,
Ebuyer Support

Ebuyer UK Limited
Seller · 21 May 2019
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The manual is available on line which describes the function keys ... http://www.logitech.com/assets/45924/wireless-combo-mk270-quick-start-guide.pdf
The on/off icon specifically puts the PC into STANDBY
The F5 refresh function is pretty standard not just for this KB. It is possible to reprogram the function keys (bu… see more
The manual is available on line which describes the function keys ... http://www.logitech.com/assets/45924/wireless-combo-mk270-quick-start-guide.pdf
The on/off icon specifically puts the PC into STANDBY
The F5 refresh function is pretty standard not just for this KB. It is possible to reprogram the function keys (but I haven't done it personally):
http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/23124/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzk3MDc1NDMwL3NpZC82UXhXS25SbA%3D%3D
... or google "MK270 manual" or similar.
Hope this helps see less
The manual is available on line which describes the function keys ... http://www.logitech.com/assets/45924/wireless-combo-mk270-quick-start-guide.pdf
The on/off icon specifically puts the PC into STANDBY
The F5 refresh function is pretty standard not just for this KB. It is possible to reprogram the function keys (but I haven't done it personally):
http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/23124/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzk3MDc1NDMwL3NpZC82UXhXS25SbA%3D%3D
... or google "MK270 manual" or similar.
Hope this helps

JohnF
· 09 April 2014
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I just bought a MacBook Pro and the keyboard and mouse works on it. I've changed the keys to British PC so the @ symbol is selected when the correct key is pressed.
Ken
· 31 December 2016
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Yes, and the computer beeps! However there is no light for Num Lock (just the beep).
BXW
· 11 December 2014