Summary: I was looking for a keyboard to replace mine. I wanted something that was illuminated if possible, wireless, and preferably would look stunning on my desk. What sold me (or rather, sold my wife) was how relatively quiet this keyboard is to operate: I tend to hammer on the keys when I type, and it's been known to wake her up at night.
Summary: I really like this keyboard. I have nothing to say against it. After 3 years, it is still very quiet, the backlight never failed on me and batteries hold their charge very well. I am still using the stock rechargeable batteries that came with it. I have to recharge the batteries each month or so, but this is not a complaint. I never use the OFF switch when I don't use my keyboard. Doing so would probably stretch the batteries to 2 months.
Pros: Flat keyboard, Backlight is excellent, Rechargeable batteries hold their charge for a while, Still pretty quiet after 3 years, Nano receiver, which can connect to other Logitech peripherals (such as mouses)
Summary: I searched the web for an illuminated keyboard. I use this for my PC and it does have the feel of my laptop keyboard. If you shop for this you can get it for a great price. There is nothing I can say bad about this item. I already had a wireless Logitech mouse that was compatible with this so that was great. Wonderful keyboard so easy to move onto printer when I am gaming. Buy this, you will like it.
Summary: i love everything about it, no complaints. well,,i wish i never had to charge it lol but thats asking a lot for a wireless keyboard :) only problem ive had with it is my "enter" key has become more sensitive than any other key.
Summary: This is the best keyboard I have ever had. I use it an average of 8 hours/day and have used it non-stop for two years now. Never had any problems. It is very silent, soft and smooth. It needs to be charged about once a week only. I love the programmable keys as well. I never had the problem mentioned in other reviews that mention keys got loose. Yes, it is a bit pricey, but it is worth it. I recommend it.
If you want a lit keyboard, this is the one to get.
11 October 2013
Summary: Nice keyboard. Very easy to hook up. It is a Smart keyboard, it senses when you are there. The lights on the keys light up when you type. When you quit typing, they go out to save battery life. It works with Windows 8. I had recently bought a new HP Touch Screen computer. The keyboard it came with was small and dark. When I found out about this keyboard, I had to get one. I love it!
Summary: This keyboard is great, durable, efficient, and only needs to be charged once a week (with heavy use). The only complaint I could say would be the price, but overall I would say it holds its value, as I won't be needing another keyboard for at least another 3 or 4 years. Its programmable and its 'function' keys let me open various programs with one touch. I would surely recommend this to anybody who needs a reliable keyboard that can handle heavy use.
Summary: I've been using this keyboard for about a year now. And might I say, it's a great keyboard. The buttons are soft touch, and the backlight is a nice touch. It really helps when your using it in a low/no light environment. Battery life feels a bit inadequate but its not bad at all. I would say i charge it maybe once a week. But, actually depends on what setting's you put the keyboard on. And how often you use it. The design are actually pretty simple and clean.
Summary: I was delighted and truly amazed two years ago when I first plugged in the K800. Last week, the number 4 didn't function and two days later, the letter e went, as did the TAB key. I promptly ordered another K800. So although I was disappointed it didn't last longer, I'll only type on a K800 ! Fantastico !