Summary: I own 2 of these, one for home office, one for work office. Perfect combination of ergonomics and function. The only thing that would make this keyboard rock would be to make one with soft-touch keys!
Summary: This is probably one of the best keyboards I've ever owned. This is also my first wireless keyboard and haven't been disappointed. I chose the keyboard for a replacement for my old and trusty Media Keyboard Elite that had key configuration that didn't work anymore (ie. LEFT SHIFT + ; wouldn't do a : anymore... weird.). So, I was searching for another Logitech keyboard that is not too expensive and has a big delete button.
Summary: I had this keyboard but it got damaged and so I wanted to replace it and was delighted to find it on Overstock!! My original one came with the mouse so was glad I didn't pitch it before finding out this was the keyboard only. It has such a great feel to it and is why I found it so much more appealing to use than the standard flat keyboard or the split ones where your hands are tilted. Just thought I'd share that this is a great find/price on OS.com!!
Summary: Still going strong after 2 years, I use it a work, drag it home occasionally when I work at home. Like one of the only choices for those of us that need ergo (wide spread) and wireless. Will buy another when this dies.
Summary: I want to say upfront that I can heartily recommend this keyboard, despite all the small nitpicks listed below. The good: + I like the feel of keyboard and keys, there's no ambiquity when key is pressed, yet it's still quiet, which is a must for me. Writing with this is somehow very satisfying. + The curve shape just works, for my fingers and hands at least.
Summary: I have owned my keyboard for about 2-21/2 years now. I just got through taking all of the buttons off and cleaning them and the onderlyingboard with a q-tip and 91% alchohol. For the bottons I used a mild window cleaner with no alchohol or amonia due to the faact that they haveeither stickers or decals on them and didn't want to chance removing them. It is now back together and looking like it just came right out of the box and working as it did when I bought it.
Summary: I've long been a Logitech fan, so when it came time to replace my existing wireless desktop set, I looked at Logitech's current lineup. I ended up deciding on the Performance MX mouse and the K350 keyboard. I had read quite a number of mixed reviews of the K350 - enough to know that it's sort of a crapshoot when it comes to quality. That is *exactly* how my experience went. Firstly, the MX mouse is amazing. Simply stunning. But that's a side note here.