Computer Accessories

Logitech Pebble 2 Combo review

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₹ 4,799

If you're looking to bag a keyboard and mouse combo that's as stylish and functional, the Logitech Pebble 2 Combo might fancy your eyes and hands. While it is for desktop enthusiasts who value aesthetics over functionality, the Logitech Pebble 2 Combo has plenty of customisation features and multi-device support that can make it a workstation warden.

First off, let's talk about size. For users like me with smaller hands, the compact design of the Pebble 2 Combo is a dream come true. However, if you're blessed with larger-than-average mitts, you might find yourself feeling a bit cramped during extended use. This combo is definitely on the petite side, so if you prefer a more substantial feel, you may want to look elsewhere. 

On the plus side, the matte finish and array of colourways available are definite highlights. The muted tones and soft-touch texture give the Pebble 2 Combo a premium look and feel that will complement any workspace aesthetic, especially home offices. Plus, the slim profile and lightweight construction make it easy to slip into a bag or backpack for on-the-go productivity. The soft curves are comfy and the round keycaps are rather easy on the eyes, and your decor.

It’s hella thin though so expect shallower key travel, and a rather lacklustre typing experience if all you do is write for a living. It also lacks a kickstand to raise the keys to your desired height. While the flat profile is undeniably sleek, it does mean that you're stuck with a fixed typing angle, which may not be to everyone's liking. For someone who writes a lot, I do think this is a dealbreaker if you're used to having the option to adjust the tilt of your keyboard.

For something so slim, Logitech has managed to make the keys very clicky and robust. It’s not mushy or soft like most keyboards that have this low profile. The mouse is also decent. The whole thing works via Logi Bolt receiver and you can connect it to Mac, Windows, Android and iPad and switch between three devices using the F1, F2 and F3 keys. The Logi Options+ App lets to create shortcuts too which increases the keyboard’s versatility. It runs on triple-A batteries and doesn’t have a USB port to charge it. So keep that in mind.

While we understand the appeal of the Logitech Pebble 2 Combo, it’s not the most ergonomic keyboard you can get from Logitech. For everything else, it serves as a compact and colourful solution which also happens to be functional and powerful thanks to the Logi Options+ App.

Stuff Says

Logically not the comfiest but definitely the prettiest and functional
Good stuff
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  1. Cute design

  1. Colourful

  1. Multi connect

  1. Premium quality

  1. Runs on triple-A batteries

  1. Not very ergonomic