Excerpt: Received order on the day promised. No trouble setting up the keyboard but some difficulty syncing the wireless mouse with the Unifying USB stick. I had to insert another Unifying USB for it to recognisde the mouse but it then did not recognise the keyboard. After some trial and error I was able to sync them both with one Unifying USB stick. Connecting the keyboard or mouse for charging was a little tricky.
Excerpt: I like the keyboard because I can sit in my recliner and still use the Desktop with the keyboard in my lap. I only wish the keyboard keys be "tiered" better. The keyboard seems a bit flat. I do like it though and use it as much as possible. Love the back-light feature. No "clicking" while I'm typing..nice quiet keyboard.
Summary: Don't listen to the people who are complaining about this keyboard. It's really nice. I haven't had one problem, and I would rather occasionally plug it in to charge than have to futz around with replacing dead batteries. You will not have to plug it in to charge very often. I use mine fairly frequently and it lasts for over a month without having to plug it in.
Summary: I'm a software developer, so needless to say I use my keyboard a lot. I never dreamed that I would spend this much on a keyboard, however, when I'm using another keyboard I'm wishing I was using this one. Its really the simple things that I love about it. 1) Its quiet, but sturdy. It feels like a mechanical keyboard, but sounds quiet like a laptop. This is something I never thought about until I experienced it, and now I'll never not notice it again. 2.
Summary: Would love it if the buttons were white/clear and the key labels were black. Wargames style backlighting is what I am referring to. Good feel and action. Worked fine for a couple years, had unfortunate accident with it broke a couple buttons off.
Excerpt: The keys' backlighting dims after a short time of no use to preserve battery life, which is a great feature. A simple pass of the hand over the letter keys relights the keys but a pass over the numeric keys does not, so even if I intend to type numbers I have to wave over letters. That is not a major problem, but can be slightly frustrating at times. It would have been nice to have a few more assignable keys, but overall I am very fond of this keyboard.
Pros: Easy To Clean, Incredible Battery Life, Reliable Performance
Summary: Overall design is great and the illumination is beautiful. I was tired of the small keyboards they make for Macs and wanted a real keyboard with the numeric keys. I searched around and could't find anything and saw the Logitech K800. It was exactly what I wanted, however, the packaging does not tell you if the keyboard is Mac compatible. I read online that it should work with a Mac, so I purchased it hoping it would work.