So the MS mouse/keyboard combo I bought didn't quite work out..didn't like the keyboard. So I decided to get a Logitech. <br><br>Went to Sam's Club and looked at the two sets they had there....the wireless one with the keyboard and the mouse that has the charging dock. No mention anywhere on the packaging of Mac support. On the wired set, same thing. <br><br>I come home and hit the net.....and sure enough, Logitech is slowly phasing out Mac support...of their entire keyboard line, only the cordless comfort duo (split keyboard...not a fan,) the Internet Navigator and the Elite are supported. <br><br>Pretty lame, if you ask me. Their mice continue to be supported, but not the sets. They still have a USB port, too. <br><br>
Loc: Bay Area, California, USA
Not surprising from the company that killed Quickcam for Mac. They've always been Mac haters since they actually have to market to Mac users if they want to sell their crap.<br><br>I was looking at buying one of their universal remotes. Think I'll shop around a bit more.<br><br>
Loc: Alpharetta, GA
At least they're an equal opportunity offender. I attached a LogiTech keyboard/mouse combo to the kids' Dell and the software is a lot less configurable than on a Mac. It doesn't even support Firefox natively, you have to jump through a couple of hoops to get it to work. I haven't really had a lot of problems with the software on a Mac. I'm sure some other third-party software like USB overdrive will pick up the slack.<br><br>
<br><br>What I secretly want is one of the ancient "clackety clack" keyboards from the old IBM days. A lot of these keyboards out today are just pure mush. <br><br>And keyboards that have no wrist rest (like most of Kensington's offerings) aren't worth the bother. I might as well just keep Apple's keyboard. <br><br>I'm still going to look at the two wired keyboards Logitech does support, since they're pretty cheap. <br><br>
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