Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave
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Wireless keyboard by Logitech
11 December 2014
Excerpt: After you have a Staples tech explain to you that Logitech hides the wireless USB receiver inside the mouse, installation is easy. (Can I really be the only person not to think of that? I mean, who hides a USB inside the mouse?)
Excerpt: The Cordless Wave does a fine job for what it was built to do.But there is one complaint.Logitech's high end boards seem to have a problem with the keys letters wearing off in a very short time.My wife uses this key board at least 8 hours a day.The keys that she uses frequently wear quickly, like...
Excerpt: I went in to buy a "separated" ergonomic keyboard to replace my old one. They don't carry it any more but offered this one. This one is ok but I miss my old keyboard. I'm not happy going back to a "regular" keyboard but that's just me.
Excerpt: It's a very comfortable keyboard and very quiet. It's also easy to set up. My major gripe is that a number of the specialty buttons (i.e. the zoom) don't work and after googling the issue it seems that a lot of people have this problem.
Excerpt: The mouse included in this set is a fine piece for everyday computing which is what this set was purchased for. Gamers, however would be severely disappointed, I'm sure. It's responsive, customizable and its large-ish size makes it comfortable to use.The keyboard is an entirely different story...
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Set Up
Cons: Flimsy, Hard To See Lettering, No Indicator Lamps
Excerpt: I like the key options available for use with Windows 8 but the keys were spongy and there were periodic delays between key strokes and screen.The mouse had an excellent feel and weight but not so much with the keyboard