Conclusion: The very first thought that crossed my mind when Logitech send us their news release about the launch date of the K310 was that i didn't really expect that and the reason is that in the end we are still talking about just a small and light water-resistant wired keyboard that really offers nothing...
Excerpt: Keyboards are underrated and mistreated. Face it: the thing your fingers are resting next to right now is absolutely filthy — you disgusting pig, you. Luckily for you, the Logitech Washable Keyboard ($40) can be cleansed of its grime, just like a stack of dirty dishes.
Conclusion: Another possible use-case: The K310 is well-suited to stores or restaurants, for data entry in a high-traffic area where food or other liquids have a chance of coming into contact with keys. The K310's dedicated number pad would be put to good use in those kinds of environments, as well.
Pros: Easy to clean, Resistant to spills, Function keys double as media controls
Cons: Build quality is a bit light, considering price, Keys feel squishy, Bottom is bright blue
Excerpt: Most of us spend many hours every week typing at a computer, but when was the last time you cleaned it? How dirty and nasty is your keyboard that you are using right now? Last month, Logitech unveiled the Washable Keyboard K310 that grabbed our attention as you could easily wash it and the costs...
This keyboard is great if you're prone to eating and spilling at your computer, but it's not comfortable to use
Good Gear Guide.au
24 February 2013
Summary: Logitech's Washable Keyboard K310 can be cleaned gently with a brush or submerged in water and scrubbed. It's great for anyone who needs a washable keyboard for a dirty work environment, but it's not very comfortable to use due to spaced keys and somewhat poor sensitivity.
Pros: Waterproof, Easy to clean
Cons: Uncomfortable to use, Can take a while to dry