Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave
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Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave Review
19 August 2007
Excerpt: Ergonomic keyboards have been around for some time, but they’ve mostly curved upward to accommodate longer middle fingers. Logitech’s new Wave keyboard does the opposite, curving downward to cradle your hands as you type. Whether it’s innovative is debatable, but it’s certainly comfortable. The package is rounded out by a slick, ambidextrous mouse and a host of features that are quite useful, especially if you’re running Windows Vista.
Summary: Logitech's Cordless Desktop Wave stands out for its comfortable ergonomic touches, an easy learning curve, and its affordable price. We have minor issues with its hot keys -- the media controls get short shrift -- but heavy typists will like what Logitech has to offer here.
Pros: Unique, comfortable key layout, Easy to get used to, Affordable compared to other ergo-minded keyboards
Conclusion: The only thing we'd change about the Cordless Desktop Wave is its media control keys. Rather than emulate most current digital media-oriented keyboards and put the play controls along the sides, Logitech went old-school on this model and ran the media keys along the top edge instead. We'll grant that the focus on typing might make the Cordless Desktop Wave best suited to an office environment (and Windows Vista, by way of an oversized Flip 3D hot key) but since Logitech...
Pros: Inconveniently placed media keys
Cons: Unique, comfortable key layout, Easy to get used to, Affordable compared to other ergo-minded keyboards