Summary: I hope that Logitech gets moving and creates an update for Win 8.1 because many of the keyboards functions do not work under this operating system. Nice board but not worth paying the extra money until the functions work with Win 8.1.
Summary: I've had this keyboard for over a year and I've never spilt anything on or in it, yet my 'A' key sticks and it's horrible. I'll be typing something out and people will think I'm a teenage girl doubling her letters. Other than the stick, it takes a while for it to be responsive to my typing. I'll wait a couple minuets to end up seeing a bunch of jumbled letters appearing on the screen. The curve feel was amazing. When new the keys felt amazing.
Summary: This is my second Logitech Wave keyboard. My first one was at least 5 years old before it died. I really like the smaller USD remote connection, no more long cord to deal with. However as a Mac user I am really frustrated and disappointed that Logitech has deleted the option logo and then reversed the keys on the left, no option key at all on the right.
Summary: this keyboard was a great buy... untill i got it home and started using it.... for the first few weeks everything was grand, i loved the keyboard, but after a while it started to act wierd... i am a avid gamer and i use this keyboard for it, i have had my character killed in action several times because of a fault with this keyboard, it will "fall asleep" and to get it working again sometimes i have to hit the dang thing, oh course the battery indicator says everything...
Summary: First of all I LOVE this keyboard - with a few concerns. Pros: 1. Programmable function keys - Can you say easy macro? I knew you could. 2. Ergonomics - this keeps me coming back to this keyboard despite the other problems. Best keyboard i've found to date for feel, keystroke etc. 3. KVM friendly. Yes, that's right. despite logitech saying otherwise, i've had no problems with this keyboard and several types of KVM switches. Cons: 1.
Summary: Please make the CORDED wave keyboard again. As anyone with a wireless keyboard can tell you, they're just not reliable enough to be counted on 100% of the time. I bought a corded version of this a long time ago and it has been fantastic in helping me with tendonitis issues. Unfortunately, I accidentally broke it and now have nothing to buy except for the crazy microsoft thing with the two separate halves, which will be a long adjustment as i don't type evenly.
Summary: I decided to finally upgrade and purchase the K350 a week ago due to the features and ESPECIALLY the ergonomic design. On day one an adjustable keyboard stand broke during use. I often experienced a 1 to 2 second delay in response time while pressing multiple key functions during gaming. A great product for media but NOT RECOMMENDED for gaming. I love the new "unifying" wireless hardware but the connectivity faded at a distance no further than 6ft.
Summary: Pros: Easy setup, the "Unifying" feature makes pairing easy. Cons: If you're thinking of buying this to replace an older (even slightly older) wireless keyboard - think twice - especially if it was a keyboard-mouse combo as the "unifying" (what a joke!) technology instantly obsoletes any older Logitech devices that are not "Unifying" branded. Unfortunately, this is very poorly communicated in the external packaging.