Drivers Update: Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote
Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote Driver
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Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote Driver
Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote - keyboard, mouse and remote control set Series
Still, real media enthusiasts will have better luck with the comparably priced Microsoft Remote Keyboard ; users more interested in straightforward functionality will be well served by the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX Setup is fairly simple. Just load the included batteries the mouse takes two AA Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote, while the remote and keyboard take two AAA eachplug in the USB receiver, and press the connect buttons on the receiver and each device.
It took several tries before we established the connection, but thereafter all three peripherals remained synced. The set works as a plug-and-play device, and the default settings for the shortcut and media keys are useful for media players and other common programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel. To customize the buttons and change settings on the keyboard or mouse, however, you'll need to install Logitech's included SetPoint software; also included are Musicmatch Jukebox 9.
The Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote sits low and flat on the desk to avoid putting your wrists at an Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote angle. Clearly designed for media mavens, it includes a dedicated, configurable media-player launch button; shuffle, play, stop, forward, back, and volume controls; and image-rotate and zoom buttons for graphic designers. The other function keys are programmable, and assigning an application to a function key is simple: All the function keys and the standard control-key shortcuts are clearly labeled, making it extremely easy for even a novice to get the most out of this keyboard.
Both left- and right-handers can use the accompanying optical mouse, which curves comfortably under the palm. However, it has only right- and left-click buttons and a scrollwheel--in comparison with more fully featured mice such as the Logitech MX Cordless Mouseit's a bit disappointing.
Sal Cangeloso Logitech While the mouse industry is currently packed with exciting new technology, not too much has been happening in the keyboard world. There have been some minor blips on the radar here and there, but nothing too exciting has come along for some time. Backlit EL keyboards were fun for a little while, but that trend has died down and nothing has taken its place.
With its keyboards Logitech has been focusing Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote evolution, not revolution, which is fine, because they have a good foundation to built upon. This is a quickly growing segment of the market, as computers are often taking over the digital enterainment duties of the tech-savvy household. Unlike the diNovo, this one has an attached number pad and standard keys, not laptop style ones.
The extra keys and media controls are pushed off to the side of the keyboard- the media on the right and the others on the left. These are each of limited functionality but can be handy for navigation and picture viewing.
The keys are of a standard design and not much different from that of Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote key keyboard. The action of the keys is very good- it is quiet and controlled, though perhaps not as lively as some people would like. Considering that this keyboard is designed for media playback and otherwise light use, not hours of typing, Logitech did a great job with the keys.
This keyboard is flat and very thin, both features make it look cool, though they will not help typing speed or comfort. By flipping up two tabs on the back of the keyboard, it can be tilted up and though this may not be as stylish, it is nice to have the option, just in case you have to write a long email.
A number of the keys have some extra printing in them, something aside from their characters. The keyboard has no hotkeys aside from these and the Home key, so Logitech has developed a clever way to add functionality without packing the keyboard with more keys. Of course, the including drivers have to be installed to program the keys and to utilize all non-standard buttons.
Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote is something this often falls by the wayside when designers get creative with their keyboards, but a misplaced Delete key is a major hassle for any user who has become adjusted to it. Logitech has elongated the Delete key and moved the Insert key, which hardly ever used anyway. The uppermost buttons on the remote are for PC navigation, so using presets one, two, or three different programs can be activated.
This means that music or images can be brought up without having to use the keyboard.
Logitech Cordless Desktop S with Media Remote -
Once activated music can be played, images can be be zoomed into and so on- this adds a lot of funtionality to the media use of the S kit. Like the other products the remote communicates with the computer through the included RF dongle.
Above is the radio frequency USB dongle. Because it uses RF no line-of-sight is needed for the keyboard, mouse, or remote. This is most useful when the dongle is used without the included base, instead it is just plugged into any free USB connection.