I own a Logitech MX5500 blue-tooth keyboard and mouse combo. It's great and I love it. I recently moved to Windows 7 and that's when things started going down hill.
I get lag when I move my cursor, my keystrokes do not comes through correctly, and when I press a shortcut key it seems to open that application a whole bunch of times.
I believe that it may be a driver issue with Windows 7, maybe the set-point software does not work correctly with Windows 7. (Considering the fact that Logitech did release a Windows 7 version and that I am currently using it).
What are your views on what the problem can be? Is my keyboard stuffed? Or is Windows Stuffed?
For testing purposes I have already tried, but the only reason that I don't change this keyboard
is that it's pretty much perfect for my requirements. I deal a lot with databases and
spreadsheets. The mouse on this set makes my live so much easier because of the fast
scrolling. The inbuilt calculator on the keyboard is also a godsend.
I contacted them, telling them that their software is not
Windows 7 compliant and I'm having problem. However
they assured me that the software was not an issue and
that I can get a replacement under the warranty terms.
I did however I still have the same problem.
There is no problem with the Windows Vista / XP version so
I too think that it's their Windows 7 Drivers at fault.