Earlier this week, we published our review of the
Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo and found some performance issues
with the keyboard. You may read our in-depth review of the duo
HERE. To recap, we have
decided to paste the performance part of the review below:
First of all, the receiver must to be placed
right in front of the keyboard to work properly. This can't be
said for the mouse though. Slightly moving the keyboard to the
left or right of the receiver we started to notice the unresponsiveness
of the keyboard. We could go as far as 12ft without having any
problems but we encountered the same unresponsiveness when we
moved the keyboard left or right of the receiver. The mouse worked
perfectly throughout our testing. We think this is a serious flaw
in the keyboard and hopefully, Logitech can fix it in the future
revisions of this product.
After publishing the review, we received an email
from Logitech stating that they were concerned about the performance
issues we had with the keyboard. According to Logitech, the keyboard
should function normally within a 6ft circumference. Obviously,
we couldn't alter the review based on their claims or the email
we received from them. Logitech was well aware of that so they
offered to send us another unit of the Logitech Navigator Cordless
Duo for further testing.
We tested our newly received unit the same way we
tested our old one and surprisingly, the results were very different.
The performance of the mouse was the same but the keyboard performance
astounded us. The keyboard performed flawlessly within a 6ft circumference
and even a little further. This meant that our previous sample
indeed had some problems with the keyboard.