Summary: Priced at $1.50 whats the risk? The problem is the lettering on the keys is too small and hard to read. Compared with all my other keyboards it has much smaller letters. As I am a hunt and peck typer small letters are a big problem for me. Price was great and delivery was very good. As the price down to $1.50 I believe the offerer knew the problem. It works fine and has advanced features and for typers that don't look at keys its should be great.
Summary: This is a great bang for the buck keyboard. I like the wrist support and the overall feel. The hot keys for direct access to media player pictures email, etc are very handy. I would have given 5 stars if the keys were quieter..
Summary: This keyboard has the tiniest letters & numbers on the keys that I've ever seen... and this old guy has gone through dozens of keyboards, dating back to the old clickity clack typewriters.
Not everybody is a professional typist, & we need to see the letters to type. Older & vision impared people will have a problem with this keyboard... Like putting on reading glasses to see the keyboard, & then removing them or putting on another set of glasses to see the screen.
Summary: First, I LIKE Logitec products. However, I connected this keyboard and found it would connect but when I typed, the letters would not show up. Because of the low price it will cost as much to return it as it is worth.
I WILL buy another Locitech keyboard but in black and will try to find one like this one here in town. The only thing wrong with my original is that the letters have worn off some of the keys.
Excerpt: The last of my original PC components went to the great mainframe in the sky recently, having done me proud for the last 6 years. It was my old Cherry Windows 95 keyboard, and while it had performed brilliantly, a few of the keys were becoming unresponsive and it was time to upgrade. Having had a Logitech mouse for years and a few Microsoft ones, I decided to pay closer attention to the Logitech keyboard because I preferred the better reliability of the Logitech products...
Summary: I bought this keyboard as a temporary one when mine broke, I won't be changing back. It comfy and easy to use, the keys are not noisy and its a pleasure to type on it. The only downsides to this I have found are the f lock and the lowness its set at. After you have rebooted your computer the f lock is automatically off, to allow useage of the media keys, so if you have a memory like mine you find out the hard way when its off :) The keyboard itself is quite low even with...
Summary: I got this keyboard free with my pc and i have to say it is the bees knees. It is really comfortable with the keys just nicley rounded so as to be individual and easy to manouvre around. this board is also ideal for the pc gamer, especially fps genre where u have to be comfortable and still get around the keys at high speeds hitting the right ones all the time. I never realised till now how cheap it is u really cant tell.
Summary: I have just bought this keyboard for a friend as I own the Optical Freedom Desktop and as a result have become a fan of Logitech gear. I've been using it whilst I set up his PC. The Deluxe Access Keyboard 'does exactly what is says on the tin' and like all Logitech products exudes solid build, attention to detail, value, design, and above all functionality. I can recommend it without reservation because for the outlay you really can't go wrong.
Excerpt: I have a cordless logitech keyboard. One thing I discovered was that whilst typing either on or off line, the Logitech page would suddenly open up. Try as I might I was unable to discover what combination of keys was doing it. In the end I emailed Logitech for advice. I never heard back from them. In the end I had to disable the quick touch keys and it seems to have solved the immediate problem. However I now feel the web,mail and search keys are useless to me.