Question about Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3000 Keyboard/Mouse
In short Yes. however let me explain something. You must leave the wifi connector for the one you are using plugged into your computer, and you must install the drivers for the nano mouse, and leave its wifi connector plugged in as well. this is very simple. The reason for leaving both wifi connectors connected to the computer is because one will allow your keyboard to input data and the other will alow you to move your mouse. the only problem that i know of in this situation is interfearence between the mouse and the keyboard being on different Frequency channels however I dont think you will have this issue. Thank you and I really hope this helps. <---Sorry for the length
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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