Mk710: Logitech Desktop MK710 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse, Black (920-002416)

Logitech MK710 vs Logitech MK735. Which is the Best?


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About the Product

The Logitech MK710 wireless keyboard and mouse combo includes the Logitech Wireless MK700 keyboard. The keyboard features Logitech In-curve keys and a cushioned palm rest for strain-free ergonomic typing.

The MK735 Performance combo contains the MK710 keyboard with Unifying Technology and the wireless Mouse M510. Logitech Incurve keys and cushioned palm rest help your fingers glide comfortably from key to key, hour after hour.

Key Specs

Keyboard Type



Number of Keys






Size & Weight


1.22 in.

1.4 in.


18.12 in.

19.7 in.


9.54 in.

9.6 in.


30.34 oz.

35.3 oz.

What customers say about “Size & Weight”

Logitech MK710 Wireless Keyboard

  • The keyboard is sturdy, good weight and doesn’t wobble.
  • This is a great keyboard and mouse combination. Full size with separate number pad. But pretty ergonomic view.
  • Nice features on the keyboard as well as size and weight.
  • The keyboard is a comfortable size, has multiple options on FN key and CTRL key use and comes with a nice pad at the base built in.
  • Good quality and feel. Love the full-size keyboard and mouse features.

Logitech MK735 Wireless Keyboard

  • It’s a nice size and a good mouse.
  • Great feel, good size, desktop user. This product met and slightly exceeded my expectation.
  • Love the keyboard, everything arrived on time and I do like the M510 mouse. Comfy size of keyboard.
  • I have used this style keyboard and mouse from Logitech for years. Good size.
  • If you like the soft, yet precise, feel of Logitech keyboards you will love this one. I like this size for my desk.

Key Type




Multimedia Keys



Integrated Numeric Keypad



What customers say about “Keys”

Logitech MK710 Wireless Keyboard

  • I love the ‘back/forward’ keys on the side of the mouse. You won’t ever have to use the back/forward arrows on IE or Firefox.
  • Smooth, and easy to find keys buttons frequently used.
  • I type all day at work and this keyboard is much better on my upper back than my laptop.
  • The click clicking of every key is annoying when you listen to it all day.
  • The keys have a bit more resistance than I am used to.

Logitech MK735 Wireless Keyboard

  • The keyboard is like typing on a cloud. Very soft feel to the key strokes.
  • I love the shape of the key board and pressure of keys.
  • It’s easy to type without looking, keys are well placed.
  • Mute, volume up and down keys come handy.
  • I use it at my office and it is nice because the keys aren’t too loud.


Adjustable Tilt Function




Spill Resistant

Palm Rest




Logitech Advanced 2. 4 GHz wireless, The Three-Year Battery Life, Logitech InCurve Keys design, Cushioned palm rest

Softly-rounded edges, Unifying receiver connects both the mouse and keyboard, Mouse with 5 programmable buttons, Hyper-Fast Scrolling, LCD dashboard icons

What customers say about “Features”

Logitech MK710 Wireless Keyboard

  • The batteries last longer than the printed characters on the keyboard.
  • The wireless functions have worked well and the mouse and keyboard are responsive.
  • This keyboard has nice wrist rest, and a good angle of the flipper feet.
  • Very comfortable keyboard with an adjustable tilt with different sized legs.
  • The problem is when you type on the keyboard there is a delayed response or no response at all on the monitor screen due to the weak connection.

Logitech MK735 Wireless Keyboard

  • So far, so good. Good features.
  • I like the weight and solid feel and quiet keys. The little window keeps you informed as to key feature status.
  • Simple setup also, just have to use the Logitech Unifying software to pair it to a USB dongle.
  • Had it for a month and so far so good. It was easy to install as well.
  • This one has the weakest connection of all the units I have used.

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

3 year(s)

1 year(s)


Other Information



99.99 $




Price History

✔ Logitech MK710 Wireless Keyboard

✔ Logitech MK735 Wireless Keyboard

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