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Logitech MK120 Wired Keyboard and Mouse Desktop Kit – Effortless USB Connectivity, Sleek Low-Profile Design for a Seamless Desktop Experience

Logitech MK120 Wired Keyboard and Mouse Desktop Kit – Effortless USB Connectivity, Sleek Low-Profile Design for a Seamless Desktop Experience

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Experience the perfect blend of comfort, style, and simplicity with the Logitech MK120 Wired Keyboard and Mouse Desktop Kit. This durable duo features a sleek, comfortable keyboard and a high-definition optical mouse, ensuring a seamless desktop experience.

Key Features:

1. Comfortable, Quiet Typing: Enjoy a comfortable and quiet typing experience with low-profile keys, a standard layout with full-size F-keys, and a convenient number pad.

2. Spill-Resistant Design: Liquid drains out of the keyboard, protecting your investment from accidental spills.

3. High-Definition Optical Tracking: Benefit from responsive and smooth cursor control with 1000 dpi high-definition optical tracking.

4. Thin Profile: The thin keyboard profile adds a sleek look to your desk while maintaining a comfortable, neutral hand position.

5. Durable Keys: With keys that can withstand up to 10 million keystrokes, this keyboard ensures longevity and durability.

6. Plug-and-Play USB Connections: Simple setup—just plug your keyboard and mouse into USB ports on your desktop, laptop, or netbook computer for instant use.

7. Easy-to-Read Keys: Bold, bright white characters enhance visibility, ideal for those with less-than-perfect vision, and resist wear over time.

8. Sturdy, Adjustable Tilt Legs: Extend the folding legs to increase the keyboard tilt by 8 degrees, addressing your personal ergonomic needs.

9. Logitech Reliability: Trust in the high quality and reliability that has made Logitech the global leader for keyboards and mice, backed by a 3-year warranty.

10. Curved Space Bar: Maintaining a natural hand position, the curved space bar enhances typing comfort.

Upgrade your typing and navigation experience with the Logitech MK120 – where durability meets ergonomic design.

Selecting the ideal gaming setup can pose a challenge, which is why we've compiled this helpful blog to objectively outline the advantages and disadvantages of gaming PCs and gaming laptops. We'll break down our discussion into three key areas: performance, upgradeability, and cost.


When it comes to performance, both dedicated gaming PCs and laptops offer impressive capabilities. However, in terms of sheer power, gaming PC hardware emerges as the clear winner. For instance, a mid-range graphics card like the RTX 3060 performs significantly better in a gaming PC setup compared to its laptop counterpart, the RTX 3060m. According to benchmarks from Technical City, the RTX 3060 outpaces the mobile version by 36%. This trend holds true across various hardware types. UserBenchmark reports that, on average, the Ryzen 5 5600 is 30% faster than its mobile equivalent, the Ryzen 5 5600H.

The primary reasons for this performance gap lie in the fact that mobile hardware is optimized to conserve power and manage heat, essential for prolonging battery life during gaming sessions on laptops.


In terms of upgradeability, modern laptops generally offer limited options, typically allowing for RAM and NVMe SSD upgrades only. Gone are the days when laptops featured replaceable CPUs and offered the same upgrade potential as desktop PCs. Although some companies, such as Framework laptops, are attempting to change this by offering upgrade modules, noteworthy developments in upgradeability remain scarce in the gaming laptop market.

In contrast, gaming PCs provide a plethora of upgrade options, ranging from CPUs to graphics cards. Notably, AMD's AM4 platform stands out for its versatility and accessibility. For instance, the B450 motherboards used in our Midranger PC allow for seamless upgrades, such as replacing the Ryzen 5 2600 with a high-end Ryzen 7 5700x, an 8-core CPU. However, Intel typically necessitates a motherboard upgrade, along with potential RAM upgrades, when transitioning to a newer generation CPU.


When considering cost, it's no secret that gaming laptops often come with a higher price tag compared to similarly performing gaming PCs. As of the writing of this blog, the Alienware m18 R2 Gaming Laptop retails for £1,907.00, featuring a 14th Gen i7, 16GB RAM, a 1TB NVMe SSD, and an RTX 4060 GPU. In comparison, building an equivalent PC using PC Part Picker would cost just over £1100 in parts. Adding around £100 for a decent monitor, this amounts to a saving of nearly £700 with a gaming PC setup.

In conclusion, while gaming laptops may offer portability, gaming PCs provide superior performance and value for money.

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