FCC Outs Logitech's Forthcoming Vista-Keyboard Combo

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It's been a while since we've gotten any gadget news from Logitech, but now the FCC is blowing their cover with news of a wireless keyboard and mouse combo the company has in the works for Vista. Dubbed the Cordless Desktop Wave, the keyboard has a curvy design with dedicated Vista keys. Pricing is still up in the air, but previous Logitech keyboard combos have typically started at $100, so chances are this duo will follow suit. The main question is—how will it stand up to the competition? Well, unlike Microsoft's Ultimate Wireless 7000, Logi's keyboard will include...

a number pad. Logitech's mice are also top-notch (unlike the horrible mouse MS bundled with the 7000) so unless they've done something completely new, we'll put our money on Logi's rodent. Price-wise, I have a feeling you won't be able to beat MS' Wireless Laser Desktop 4000, but otherwise, this should be a solid showing from Logitech.


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Finally, a semi-ergonomic keyboard from Logitech! I'll be able to replace my Microsoft Natural Keyboard 4000. I can't stand MS's mice, but I like their ergonomic keyboards. At work I have a Logitech MX3200 combo, but at home I have the MS keyboard and a Logitech MX700. I've been holding out on replacing the mouse 'til I could get a good combo. This may be it.

Doesn't that mouse look strikingly Intellimouse-like, though? That makes me nervous.