Summary: This is my second kkeyboaardd from Logitech, as you can see iitt toddoes not work very well, connssanttllly pputts inn more letter than I want and is very aannoying. Will not buy another none...
Summary: I use it for few years now. Poor designed keys, they stick if you don`t push them just under certain angle. So it breakes typing flow. Bad product quality for the price, lack of Linux support and overall openness in technology. (AES on key encryption) Equall to lack of trust.
Excerpt: The keyboard is comfortable and the keys have a good feel to them. However, I use Logmein and it would not support a remote keyboard. The numlock key would not work on the remote computer leaving me to input numbers using the top row. As an accountant, I can't use that.
Pros: Comfortable Design
Cons: Limited Compatibility, Not For Remote Computing
Summary: I want to love this keyboard, I truly do. The feel of it is great, the finish and battery life have been great, but the driver hasn't been updated to include Mac support, even though it has the OSX keys. It has been extremely frustrating.
Summary: I just want to echo other reviews I have seen, and even read before buying, but ended up ignoring. If you need a reliable keyboard for gaming or high use tasks from any distance, but especially from more than 4 ft, THIS IS NOT THE KEYBOARD FOR YOU. I understand the frequency range it uses (bluetooth range) can experience a lot of interference, and I've had reliability and range issues with bluetooth before, but nothing to this extent.
Summary: The main problem I have with this keyboard is the cursor image disappears from the screen. This is really annoying if you copy/paste/edit a large block of text. The cursor image will disappear, frequently. The arrow keys will effectively move the cursor from line to line and left/right within the line, but you won't know where it actually is until you start typing - and it usually will NOT be where you thought it was.