Logitech has announced a new wireless desktop - the MK700. As usual, it consists of a keyboard and mouse, both of which are wireless.
The keyboard has "Incurve" keys which feature a concave design that, the company says, allows you to position your fingers propeerly. There's also rounded edges, and an integrated LCD dashboard so that you can see whether scroll lock is on or not.
The mouse has an ergonomic design, along with a scroll wheel that alternates between speed-scrolling and line-by-line precision depending on what you need. The mouse has a 12-month battery life, whereas the keyboard should stay juiced up for three years before needing a replacement.
The Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 will be available in August and should cost $100. No word on UK pricing or availability, but we wouldn't expect it to be drastically different.