Summary: Within two weeks, the little receiver plug-in broke. Replacements are not available at Office Depot, so I had to order another one from Logitech. :( (Surprising, since it seems like something that would need to be replaced fairly often since small things tend to get lost, misplaced, etc.)
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: Great keyboard but doesn't last. If you are a light, leisurely typist this keyboard fits the bill, but don't expect it to last if you're a typing fiend like me. I am now in the market for a replacement but have limited options at work.
Pros: This keyboard features a comfortable, balanced ergonomic design. The keys are ever so slightly curved for comfort, but not in an extreme fashion like the Microsoft keyboards. Wireless is reliable, I have never had a problem with random disconnects or lag. Keys start out having a soft but sturdy f...
Cons: I use this keyboard in an systems analyst role at work, so naturally I do a lot of typing. Between programming, writing technical documentation and at lot of command line work, this keyboard is my workhorse. Unfortunately the keys become stiff and sticky over time (about 6 months for me), and thi...
Summary: You'd think for $50/60, a keyboard maker would put letters on the keys that wouldn't wear off, wouldn't you? Ridiculous. "N" is gone, "E" and "A" are fading fast, "C", "M" and other high-usage fee showing lots of wear. Maybe Logitech could spend another 5¢ and fix the problem.
Pros: Great keyboard in most regards. Responsive, good battery life, good wireless.
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.
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...
Pros: Great form factor and power buttons. Responsive and ergonomics are great. Previously used MSFT ergo for years and ended up switching to this after a friend showed it to me.
Cons: Wi-fi appears to conflict with bluetooth (at least so I've tried to assess). When gaming, key response will sometimes lag or even halt altogether. I found articles online mentioning wireless conflicts which theoretically shouldn't happen, but it helped in my case. Also read that the wifi port ove...
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.
Summary: I'm hoping my gripe, the loud spacebar, is a defect with the board, because that is the only complaint keeping me from wanting to use this keyboard.
Pros: Great layout with ergonomic design Logitech keyboard setup allows for modifying what each special key can do.
Cons: Spacebar is excessively loud, it clicks against the plastic underneath with every press. I now notice when I hit the spacebar when typing. I have 4 other Logitech keyboards and one MS ergonomic keyboard, and none of them have the same sound.