The biggest feature for the MK710 is the claimed three-year battery life for the mouse and keyboard. The keyboard uses Logitech Incurve keys and has a cushioned palm rest for comfortable use. The wireless desktop uses Logitech's slick Unifying receiver that barely sticks out of the USB port.
The keys used in the keyboard are very small and have longer travel for comfortable typing. The mouse is an ergonomic design that is set up for right hand use and has the Logitech hyperfast scrolling tech. The keyboard also sports an LCD dash that shows things like battery status, caps lock, and more. The MK710 will sell for $99.99 when it ships in April here in the US.