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Product: Cordless Freedom Optical
Company: Logitech
Estimated Street Price: $99.95
Review By: Julien Jay

Final Results and Overall Mark

Table Of Contents
1: Introduction
2: Design & Power
3: MouseWare/iTouch Drivers & Tests
4: Conclusion

Well we have reached the end of the review. Here are my final comments, notes and grades for the Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical kit.


Final Comments

How It Grades
  Installation: 85%
Design of the kit: 90%
Keyboard: 90%
Mouse: 80%
Drivers: 75%
Mouse Autonomy: 60%
Keyboard Autonomy: 80%
Manual: 80%
Price: 80%
Overall: 80%

The brand new Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical kit is a winner at many levels. Despite a limited autonomy the mouse offers the accuracy of the optical technology for precise operations along with a comfortable design. The included keyboard is definitely a killer! Its futuristic, stylish, high-class design simply rocks! Flat, black, with a soft contact every serious user will fall in love with this top notch keyboard. If some iTouch keys are more than useless the fact that they can be reprogrammed is the guarantee you can adapt the keyboard to best fit your needs. The Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical pack is a high technology, high end, state-of-the-art kit that combines the best technologies to save space on your desk and give you freedom. Finally, this is expensive but the price is totally justified. So go ahead and make sure to purchase the finest cordless mouse & keyboard kit you can find around for your favorite PC!



Specs & Package
Overall Score 80%
Version Reviewed Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical
Release Date Available Now!
In the Box 1 Cordless Keyboard,
1 Cordless Optical Mouse,
1 Radio Receiver,
1 USB to PS/2 Adapter,
6 AA Batteries,

1 CD-Rom,
1 Users' Guide
The Good Points Kicking ass Keyboard & Mouse design,
Quiet Key Touch,
Keyboard Scrolling Wheel (that can be clicked!),
Zero Degree Tilt Design,
Funny Keyboard Volume Button,
Highly responsive Cordless Optical Mouse,
Outstanding Drivers
The Bad Points Mouse power consumption is too important,
No shutdown mode for the mouse,
Some useless hotkeys on the keyboard,
No hard LEDs to know the status of CAPS/NUM/SCREEN Lock keys,
The Drivers don't offer list of predefined actions to customize hotkeys.
Reviewers PC Setup

Pentium 4 2.0 Ghz
Intel D850GB Motherboard
Windows XP Professional
512 MB PC800 RDRAM w/ECC
DirectX 8.1
19" Sony CPD-E400 Trinitron Monitor
Hercules 3D Prophet III 64Mb AGP 4x Graphics Card
Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum
Adaptec 19160 Ultra SCSI card
Pinnacle Studio DV Plus

DVD Pioneer 105s (16/40x)
Yamaha CRW2200E

PC Required

Minimum System Requirements

Pentium 133MHz or higher
Microsoft® Windows® 95, 98/98SE, Windows Millennium, Windows NT 4.0 SP3, Windows 2000 or Windows XP Home/Pro
64Mb of RAM
1 free USB port or two PS/2 ports
Quad Speed or faster CD-Rom drive


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