With their softly rounded edges and concave surfaces, these keys are ideal for long periods of silent typing. The included full-size mouse is built to last thanks to its sculpted design, right-handed build, and rubber side grips. When you're at work or at home, the design mirrors your hand's natural curvature, allowing you to be more productive. A distance of up to 10 meters1 can be worked wirelessly. The wifi range may vary depending on the location and the computer settings.. USB receivers equipped with robust, reliable 2.4 GHz chipsets almost eliminate delays and dropouts during transmission. With Logitech UnifyingTM technology, you can link up to six compatible peripherals to a single compact Unifying receiver. Using the keyboard's display, you may quickly see whether or not your battery's caps lock icon is active. Use scroll lock and Numb lock to type without missing a beat. Your computer's mouse and keyboard are connected by the unifying receiver. Simply plug it into a USB port, and you're ready to type. size as it was originally intended A mouse with five programmable buttons With the keyboard's LCD dashboard, you can see at a glance if you're running low on battery life, Caps Lock, or Num Lock. For maximum efficiency and comfort, use a full-size keyboard with an LCD display, a numeric pad, and palm rest. An ergonomically designed curved mouse with a customisable button layout, lightning-fast scrolling speed and perfect tracking on almost any surface is available. In addition to the numpad, the full-sized keyboard offers a cushioned palm rest for additional comfort. Softly rounded edges and concave keys allow your fingers to slide discreetly between the keys for hours on end. The accompanying full-size mouse is built to last thanks to its sculpted shape, right-handed construction, and rubber side-grips for greater comfort. Since April 26, 2019, I've been using the batteries in my keyboard. About six months. My keyboard and mouse last for a long time depending on how often I use them; I switch them off from time to time, even while the computer is still running. The answer isn't really specific. In order to use the keyboard and mouse, two separate software programmes must be installed. No problem from a technical one. You'll need to swap out Command for Cntrl and Fn with any key you'd want. With those who have little patience for Mac keyboard shortcuts, this shouldn't be a problem.