Summary: Not recommended. Often if you press a key from an angle it doesn't like it'll stick on the way down. You can push through it, but it makes the amount of pressure required to depress a key wildly inconsistent.
Excerpt: When this set was on sale, it was bought for use at work and the set includes both a wireless keyboard and M510 mouse and a tiny USB receiver.It's somewhat ergonomic so that's good on your hands and wrist.Haven't really tried the Function keys though they do seem to work as I've tried the calculator...
Summary: Thought it was just a bad keyboard so I returned it to Newegg and got another... SAME ISSUE!!! I now have a brand new Logitech K350 keyboard I refuse to use.. it is that terrible to type on with the center keys (T, G, B, Y, H, N & 6, 7), the clunk is very annoying, the feel of those affected keys...
Pros: Great design, very good range.
Cons: The Past - The K350 had been my keyboard of choice for YEARS. The design was very comfortable, the action of the keys WAS great, excellent feel when typing. Then others were starting to have issues using my keyboard so I bought a new one.. yikes! All the center keys felt terrible the clunked, the...
Excerpt: As a stand alone keyboard, this is fairly good, although the key spacing feels a bit cramped compared to my late, unlamented MS keyboard; and the unique layout of the delete and page navigation keys takes some getting used to but seems reasonably logical once you do get used to it.
Pros: Can Use Wo Software, Comfortable Design, Quality Appears Good, Wireless Works Well
Cons: Customer Service Useless, No Caps Lock Light, Software Doesn't Work, Sware Installdisaster, S-ware Install Disaster
Summary: Nice keyboard design and good quality but Space bar is too hard.I purchased 2 of them and I thought the problem was mine and I switched with the other one and same problem. I used for a while then I had to go back to my old keyboard.
Summary: I bought this keyboard because it was wireless, had assignable keys and had an ergo shape. The wireless keyboard functions very well, and I've NOT experienced any of hte freezing and hanging that others have reported. The Unifying receiver is awesome.
Summary: I have owned other wireless keyboards before this one that did not have the problems this one does. The software that comes with it is okay when it runs, but for some reason it constantly crashes on my machine, I've tried several fixes, and I'm fed up with it. If I could get a refund, I would.
Pros: The design is amazing. I wish they had more of these pseudo-Ergonomic designed keyboards.
Cons: Constantly misses keystrokes when I'm typing fast. Functionality is especially limited for gaming, simply because if I press more than 3 buttons at a time, the fourth and beyond simply aren't registered.
Summary: I had an old Microsoft Comfort Keyboard 3000 that i had used for something like 5 years. It didn't stop working but the receiver was huge and eventually i left it at home in mid August when going off to school and decided to replace it instead of waiting to get it.
Pros: -Comfortable -Not too expensive -Decent responsiveness -"Extra" function keys can be useful
Cons: -Poor signal quality -Low durability/longevity (see other thoughts)
Summary: 30 day return policy is annoying. Issue didn't start right away for me.
Pros: I like the feel of the keyboard. Design is ergonomic and comfortable.
Cons: Even as I write this review I'm dealing with an extremely annoying lag. The receiver is about a foot from the keyboard and it still freezes mid sentence while I continue to type, and then suddenly spits out about half the characters I typed while it was frozen. I thought it was related to interfe...