Summary: Before I start, I'd like to mention that there are TWO versions of this product! This is the old version which costs less. The differences between the old (which is this product) and new version: -old one has a button on the back to turn on and off while the new one has a switch (I prefer the old...
Summary: Works great with Mac OSX 10.6 and with Windows. Mac control panel is pre-configured with all the proper settings for the many function keys. It can be further customized quite easily, if desired. Logitech seems to be discontinuing their Mac keyboard line. So get this one while you can.
Summary: I got so used to Logitech Wave keyboard and mouse set at home that I had to get another one for my workplace because the company issued one was hard on my wrists. The Wave is very easy to get used to--it's not like typical ergonomic keyboards that have a very different layout.
Summary: 1st, I love this kit. 2nd. Amazon suggest the MK550 (if I got that right) is newer for about <@ this moment> $15. more. Do that... Either edition, I think you will be happy with the feel if you give it a week. I have pressed keys since the manual Underwood typewriter (and others).
Summary: I was a little reluctant to try this keyboard - not because of the brand, but because of the wave. Frankly, I didn't see how that could work. I was tired of typing on my iMac keyboard, and wanted something ergonomically-friendly, but wasn't certain this was the solution.
Summary: I bought my original Cordless Wave mouse/keyboard combo well over a year ago for my home machine. When I got sick of having to swap LI batteries in my laser mouse daily at work, I decided to shell out some money myself for one of these at work.
Comparing the Wave to Microsoft's Comfort Curve--on a Mac
4 May 2009
Summary: There are over 100 reviews of this keyboard, so I'll try to keep this strictly relevant to two topics--one people that are using this on a Mac, and two, people who are trying to decide between this and Microsoft's version of this keyboard.