Summary: After the recent death of my second K120, I wanted to try some other keyboards. I tried a Logitech 510+, a 710+ mechanical keyboard, a Razer Blackwidow Chroma, and a few others I can't even remember. I ended up getting yet another K120, because it felt so much better to me.
Pros: Nice feel for a membrane keyboard Not too loud, but not silent Keys actually respond when pressed (read other thoughts on this) Spill resistant Very thin and light, but not too flimsy This is my third K120, and I cannot use any other keyboard now. (The death of my two previous ones were a result ...
Cons: Media keys would be cool, but it's a keyboard under $20.
Summary: Works well for a while, but falls apart pretty thoroughly. After a bevy of Logitech products that have done the same to me, I think I'm done with them. Getting tired of my mice and keyboards dying on me within a year.
Pros: Keys have a great feel, super easy to type. Function buttons are handy, lighting is well done without being distracting in darker environments.
Cons: After about a year keys started sticking. Battery life started getting worse. Within two years keys started getting jammed or stopped responding entirely. Battery life is almost non-existent, and since it's built-in, it can't be replaced.
Summary: As the title says, this is a follow up review. I've had this keyboard for very close to 4 years. The recharge port has gotten a little weak internally but that could easily be from tugging on it a lot as I use this with it on my lap and not on a desk.
Pros: So good I'm getting another to replace the first after almost 4 years of heavy use and some abuse. Illumination feature is the main reason I chose this model. Sensors are not too sensitive and turns on when your hands approach the palm rest or when you depress any key and turns off after 2 second...
Cons: Battery life isn't horrible, but if you use it a lot each day and also use the illumination function it will likely not last more than a week. The terminal that connects to the keyboard is a micro USB and many connect/disconnects will start to weaken the internal port on the keyboard. Mine still ...
Summary: I would highly recommend this to anyone in the market for a great wireless keyboard that has backlit keys and a sleek body. Very practical and well priced. :D
Pros: This keyboard is great. You take it out of the box and can admire it's sleek body and smooth feel. It is ready to go immediately and all you have to do is plug it in and GO!. It has wonderful backlit keys that adjust to the current lighting and a very quiet key stroke.
Cons: I have yet to find a bad thing about this product. It has great range and great battery life (IF you don't leave it on all the time).
Summary: It's a fine keyboard for the price. No frills, a little annoying to set up, but it works well enough.
Pros: It's a standard USB keyboard, good condition, keys all seem to work.
Cons: Installation can be annoying about drivers so remember to plug it in while the computer is able to install drivers, enter key is a bit on the small side and shaped exactly like shift, so mistypes might occur.
Summary: I've owned and used many keyboards since the very first IBM AT Model M including Apples in the 80's, 90's, 00's and 10's on desktops and laptops from PS/2 to USB to wireless to bluetooth. This one is replacing a relatively expensive Logitech K750 solar powered.
Pros: + Low price + Quiet + Standard layout + Caps and Num lock LEDs + USB + Logitech
Cons: - No multimedia or shortcuts - USB cable is pretty flimsy and kind of short