Excerpt: I purchased my keyboard in July 2014. The keyboard works great, I love the low profile. The front cover is coming up on both sides by the solar panel. I messaged with Staples to be turned over to SquareTrade to be sent to Logitech Customer Service... this is where the problem starts.
Summary: WHO THE HECK PUTS A FN KEY FOR PC SHUTDOWN RIGHT NEXT TO THE VOLUME FNKEY!!!! i bought this a while ago, maybe a year. I had to glue the F12 key in place so that i would not accidently power off the computer. Logitech you suck on this one.
Summary: I don't understand why Logitech can't put small lights into the Caps Lock and Num Lock keys to indicate their on/off status. If you want to know their status you must download an app from Logitech. Even then it only shows their status when you press the key.
Summary: I still love this keyboard. I do not suggest trying to (and I know some of you will kill me just for thinking/doing it anyways) use it for gaming. This is not going to hold up or give your the responsiveness you need; however, if you need a desktop keyboard that will be used in direct light (sun or...
Pros: I love this keyboard. It is very thin, easy to type on, and looks great. I never have to change the battery in the keyboard (at least yet) and it holds its charge for a long time (Supposedly 3 months in the dark) when fully charged. When I was working the keyboard never got below 90%. The "Unifyi...
Cons: Since I have been home a lot more in the past few months I have noticed a few things that annoy me. While the keyboard stays charged well when used in direct light or for short periods of time, continuous use or use in the dark drains the battery very quickly. I have still not gotten the hang of ...
Summary: While I love my Apple wireless keyboard, I need the 10-key functionality of a wireless extended, and this keyboard seemed the logical choice. I've been spoiled by the materials and engineering of the Apple keyboards.
Summary: Overall, the keyboard has a nice feel, although I wish that they would design a comfort curve style keyboard for Macs. The cons that I have found are as follows: They have no caps light, and a few of the keys do not always function the same as on the Mac keyboard.
Excerpt: I use this keyboard in my accounting business. I thought a solar-powered keyboard that unilinks with my wireless mouse would make my life easy. The connectivity part did. The keyboard works like that of a laptop, but every time I want to use F key, I have to hit an extra key 1st--"FN". How annoying.
Summary: then it won't hold a charge. I charge it like crazy: putting it in the windowsill, under a halogen counter light, etc, and no matter what the battery level says it's down to under 20% within a day or two. Very frustrating.