Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical Driver
Have pre-sales, online sales order status, or support information questions? Get your answers here. Email Support. Warranty. Think your product is defective. This page contains information about installing the latest Logitech Cordless Access Duo Y-RH35 (Optical) driver downloads using the Logitech Driver Update. Logitech Cordless Access Duo - Logitech Cordless Access Duo Like Logitech's higher-priced keyboards, the Access Duo has a comfortable "zero-degree tilt" and timesaving Belkin Bluetooth Wireless Optical Mouse.
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Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical Driver
Want to add some flash to your Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical and make more of your computer's programs and multimedia features easier to get at? Logitech's Cordless Elite Duo is basically an updated version of its Cordless Freedom Optical with some upgrades that are worth a look. It's not cheap, but if you spend a lot of time at your keyboard, the Elite Duo has some great features to speed up your access to multimedia and office software, e-mail and Web sites. Story continues below advertisement The Duo uses radio waves to communicate with a tiny receiver that you Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical into the computer's keyboard and mouse ports, or a USB port, eliminating the clutter of wires that litters most desktops.
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KEYBOARD The eye-catching cordless keyboard is made of black plastic, with highlights around some of the special function keys and controls done in sliver trim and dark glassy plastic. It looks more like a piece of high-end stereo equipment than a keyboard.
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The most notable design feature is the iNav scroll wheel Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical the one on a mouse on the left-hand Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical of the keyboard. It allows you to scroll up and down or zoom in and out of documents and Web pages without reaching for the mouse, and a couple of buttons below the wheel can be programmed to take you to favourite Web sites or handle common browser functions such as "forward" and "back. When the cursor is in the Windows desktop, the wheel toggles you through any active programs and can double as a volume control.
Along the top of the keyboard is a set of Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical programmable function buttons the functions can be set easily through the software bundled with the keyboard. The buttons have been updated slightly from the set on the original Cordless Freedom. The right-hand cluster defaults to iTouch the configuration system for the keyboard's buttonsa Web search engine, a Web shopping site, the list of your browser's bookmarked "favourite" sites, and your Web home page.
In the centre at the top of the keyboard is a cluster of multimedia controls.
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A large dial controls the volume from the PC's sound card, and surrounding it are buttons to launch sound and video players, as well as play, stop, mute, fast-forward and rewind buttons. Story continues below advertisement Story continues below advertisement To make life easier, Logitech has labeled the front edge of keys Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical activate special operating system or program functions when the control key is held down ie.
The "c" key is labeled "Copy," the "v" key is labeled "Paste," and so on.
New to this version of the keyboard is an F-lock, which works like a shift key to double the functions the F1 through F12 keys can handle. With the F-lock off, they are just normal F-keys. With it turned Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical, they default to functions such as sending, forwarding or replying to e-mail, opening the My Document and My Pictures folders, and so on.
There is a detachable wrist-rest, and the keyboard itself is extremely thin - what Logitech calls a "Zero-Degree Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical design. This keeps the keys parallel to the surface of the desk, which is supposed to make the keyboard more ergonomically correct. It allows your wrists to be in a neutral position when typing instead of causing them to constantly flex as the do on a traditional keyboard in order to reach different keys at different angles.
There are also adjustable pegs that flip Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical from the under the top edge of the keyboard if you prefer the more traditional tilt.
The zero-degree tilt took some getting used to, but for my typing style it was comfortable and the keys were quiet even though I tend to pound them hard. The key spacing is also generous, which helps if you have stubby fingers. The keyboard runs for up to a year on four AA batteries included thanks to a power-saving program that puts it into sleep mode when there's a pause Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical the typing, according to Logitech.
Can't find your answer? Get the answer May 23,2: PhilFrisbie Yes, when the mouse and keyboard are powered up they should synchronize with the first transmitter they find.
Anonymous May 24,4: Yes, when the mouse and keyboard are powered up they should synchronize with the first transmitter they find. Not true at all.
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The older Logitech devices had a proprietary RF receiver that Logitech Cordless Access Duo Optical worked with a select few devices. The newer receivers, especially the unified ones, will not work with all their devices. To adequately determine which one is required, we need to know the exact model of keyboard and mouse so that a proper receiver can be paired with it.