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Pros: got this about 2 months ago been great the whole time battery still shows good after that time and keyboard s never shut off may sit idle about 10 hours a day otherwise is up and running. with the included software I made changes to some of the specialty keys on it to do what I want instead of someone elses idea of what I would want and paired my M310 mouse with it so only using one USB port or the two. The keyboard is not sloppy like some keys that can't tell when presed or they make excessive noise this one gives slight clicking feedback is all if you type at above 45 WPM if slower then not hear anything.
Overall Review: make sure you install the software and go in and make settings changes to what you want or your wasting money buying an advanced keyboard if you don't take advantage then your just as well off with the $20 special that comes with a mouse
Pros: Currently, I use 10 logitech products daily. All of them are great, and very handy except for G-7 mouse which is problematic by its RF design. I love the keyboard. It has a wonderful design, and easy to use ur 10 fingers without causing any havoc. You get two stands on the front. One high, and one low depending on your needs. The high one makes the top, front of keyboard scratch to my desktop. Therefore, to hide the keyboard, I need to lover it. The RF has a great range. I can use the keyboard in the kitchen. This helps especially to turn up,down the volume when listening to something, and your household fellows yell at you to turn it down :-). SO far, i haven't noticed any RF conflict with any other device.
Cons: The installation software is written very well, but we, loyal logitech customers, think that you need to hire more, better device driver developers. You make excellent hardware, but your device drivers lag compared to your beautiful products.
Overall Review: If you buy something from logitech, and it is defective. Just call them, they will send you a new one without any question. They even let you keep mal-functioning one. There is no carrier fee also. I STRONGLY recommend LOGITECH.
Pros: - So comfortable you'll be tempted to use it as a pillow at night. (Not that I've ever fallen asleep at my computer before, wink wink.)
- Place to rest your wrists while you're not typing.
- Programmable Function Buttons (Makes your life exponentially easier)
- Media Buttons (Play/Pause, Next, Previous, Volume, Mute, Stop)
- Comfortable feel, but you don't need to re-learn how to use the keyboard.
- Ability to disable Caps Lock, Windows Key, or Insert key.
- Keys are really quiet when you type. Handy for late night typing.
- Just about anything you'd ever want in a keyboard.
Cons: I press really hard when I type, and as a result, the keys are not as quiet as when I first purchased it. However, it is still quieter than most other keyboards I've encountered. Other than that, there are no further problems.
Overall Review: I have had this keyboard for almost two years now and am actually using it to type this review. Please note that I am very picky when it comes to keyboards and comfort while at the computer. I typically use my computer more than 60 hours a week. Much of that time is spent writing code for computer games, a very demanding task for a keyboard. I am pleased to say the keyboard has stayed in one piece, the letters on the keys are still bright white (I've seen how the letters on many cheaper keyboards fade after a while), and I've only replaced the batteries once (I almost never turn the keyboard off, so this is saying something). The media buttons allow me to play/pause my music or change the volume without needing to take my eyes off what I'm doing. The function buttons allow me to open my email, calendar, or just about anything important with the tap of a button. Plus, Logitech makes it easy to customize buttons the way you seem fit using the low-profile but highly useful provided software. For example, I don't use Outlook (the default for the email button), so I simply remapped my email button to open the Gmail web site using the provided software. I have used a lot of keyboards, but at the end of the day it's nice to sit down at my computer and be able to use my favorite keyboard.
Pros: Lots of options built in, perhaps more than I need. This may make the board bulkier than necessary.
Basically comfortable keypad. I'm not a great typist, so it keeps up with me.
Cons: If you have wide shoulders or a lot of heft along the upper torso (read in 'big breasts') this may not be for you. My elbows squeeze into my sides. Look for a keyboard that has a separated key pad, such as Microsoft.
Not yet sure how my tendonitis and carpal tunnel will react to the new form.
Overall Review: I am considering switching to a Microsoft wireless split-keyboard. I had one at work for years and very much liked the that extra inch between the keys and the raised center bump. Gave me more elbow room, and offset the angle of any strains to the wrist.
Pros: Comfortable, functional, durable. Very long battery life.
Cons: None I can find.
Overall Review: Bought this a year ago, still using it, and it's still working like new... I've dropped it, spilled on it, haven't cleaned it, and it doesn't seem to mind. And, despite heavy usage, didn't have to replace the batteries until about 9 months after I got it. (I use it for gaming, so it gets heavy usage, even if it's just the few keys assigned to movement.)
Pros: comfortable, keys are good balance between soft/quiet and "clicky." you do not have to load any software for this keyboard unless you want to use the "Fn" function keys (I hate running additional software just for a keyboard!). small RF receiver.
Cons: wireless range isn't really that great, had to use the extension to place the receiver up on the desk. the RF receiver itself is so small you might lose it if you're not careful!
Pros: I purchased this keyboard to go with a build I did for my workplace, and I am pleasantly surprised. At first blush on the web site, I thought the price to be rather high for a simple ergo keyboard, but I'm LOVING the padded wrist rest and ergonomic layout. I don't do a ton of typing every day, but if you did, I can see this keyboard helping out a lot.
Cons: The flow of the keys takes some getting used to, and the key presses are mushy at best, as some have noted already (though it hasn't missed any key presses yet, so that's good). Given the relative impossibility of finding a keyboard in this day and age (especially one made by Logitech) that doesn't feel mushy, I'd call it a wash. Certainly not worth a whole egg.
Overall Review: I've been typing on a laptop almost exclusively for the better part of a year now, so getting used to an ergonomic keyboard is like learning to type all over again, but I'm liking it so far.
The shift/function keys and additional hotkeys are all flash and no substance, though, so I'd really love to see a version of this keyboard stripped of all the silly gizmos and just have the padded wrist rest and a functional ergonomic keyboard.
Despite any gripes about the product or drivers, I will never buy a keyboard or mouse from anyone but Logitech.
Pros: Logitech unifying wireless sync. Using this in conjunction with a Logitech M570 Black 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Trackball. They should bundle these two items together as both can be paired to a single unifying receiver! No problems with keyboard lag what so ever...it's a non issue for me as the keyboard is pointed more than 90 degrees away from the receiver.
Cons: None thus far.
Overall Review: Previously was using the Logitech Wave Pro Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo, but that wireless receiver stuck out of the usb port like a flash drive (subject to being bumped and knocked around). The new wireless receiver is much more discreet.