Pros: For a refurb, it came in good condition, clean, without major scratches, damage, etc. Packaging was plain, but adequately protected the contents
Cons: Shipped out without the usb receiver unit. Which makes this essentially a paperweight. Had the little usb extension, which is remarkably less useful than the receiver. Even has a little 'QC Pass 101' sticker. I'm not sure who's doing their QC, but they could probably use some improvement.
Summary: Will increase ratings if I get one with an RF model and I can actually test it for range etc.
Pros: Looks great. Just what I wanted to put with my micro desktop computer for portability.
Cons: The company supplying the refurbished keyboards does not include the RF module only the USB port extender. This is only based the Logitech quick install guide and on 2 shipments to me. I will call and find out more if I can.
Summary: I hate this keyboard. Only gave it a 2 because its a good all in one keyboard for sitting on the couch or in bed. not a good daily keyboard
Pros: Light, thin, compact
Cons: there is no way to turn off the track pad. I mean all they had to do is offer a disable feature whether hardware or software. This is annoying because my pinkie or side of the palm of my hand barely touch sometimes and as I am writing the cursor clicks somewhere and messes up what im typing. Plac...
Pros: Inexpensive, fluid performance... when its working.
Cons: The Logitech 400 that these two keyboards replace (one purchased for a second PC) operated flawlessly for a couple years, then simply stopped. After less than two weeks, the 400 that I had put into operation, has simply died. I understand that it was only a Refurb, but this is $20 simply thrown a...
No dedicated Pg dn, home, etc key; selecting issue
techbuyer3, Office Depot
19 April 2014
Excerpt: I used Logitech K400r for 4 days and it’s got some good points but it’s got some serious issues. No dedicated PG up, Down, Home, End keys. Have to press FUNC to use PF keys. Highlighting large block of text with touch screen. I’ve had the Adesso WKB-4000US for years and it works great.
Cons: Touchpad is too sensitive resulting in unintentional phantom "clicks" which send me on repeated journeys into ad land and dreadful domains. Simply moving the cursor over a picture, tab, whatever, and you're off track again and again. Not recommended.
Summary: This was used to replace a wired keyboard and a wireless mouse setup, which subsequently was temporarily being used to replace a full wireless setup that died after a few years. The concept of this is great and quite a few of its features are nice but the main factor of this product is that it is...
Pros: Good look and sleek Nice touch to the keys Great size for HTPC use
Cons: touch pad doesnt really feel the same other devices that use the same (laptops) wireless reception was annoying at best!