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    Logitech Cordless keyboards

    can anyone tell me if they are any good, my father has the corded itouch and i love the feel of it, just wondering about the cordless counterparts,

    and are there any differences in features between these 3 boards besides the mouse you get?

    Cordless Elite Duoâ„¢
    Cordless Freedomâ„¢ Optical
    Cordless Freedomâ„¢ iTouchâ„¢

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    Jayjr
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    That cordless elite duo is nice. I just did a custom build for a customer and that's what he chose. I liked it alot. The only drawback I have w/ them is they need batteries, I won't use any products that use disposable batteries whenever I can avoid them. Now if they come out w/ a rechargeable setup, I'd be all over it

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    My son is using the Elite Duo. Agree about the disposable batteries, that's why I bought him a charger and 8 NiMH AA batteries to go with it.
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    well i have the Logi. MX700 mouse which is AWSOME, with performance and the charging stand, so the mouse will be left in the box, i just want the keyboard for desk layout issues and i have plenty of rechargable batteries for my digital camera
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