Reviews and Problems with Logitech K811 Bluetooth Easy Switch Keyboard
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Just one more Kiss, Birdie
24 January 2014
Summary: When I saw the review in MacWorld I thought that this was it. A keyboard that would connect between all of my Mac devises. Right now I am using two keyboards, one USB and the other a Bluetooth. Because I also have a Home Security PC with no bluetooth.
Summary: I bought this keyboard approx. 5 month ago and today I'm looking for a new one. It is excellent for typing and the it have good features and looks good, but it lacks good craftsmanship. I own other logitech products and is the same. I lost my recipe so, no warranty.
Summary: The bluetooth illuminate has its share of pros and cons. Pros: -slender -light weight -illuminates -soft buttons Con: -pinning problem -frequently disconnects around other wireless devices -flat
Summary: A small and neat keyboard. However, there is no separate numeric section. It is not as good a feel as the K810. I bought this as the K810 is for windows and I need to remember that some of the keys do not match the Mac commands. I have reverted back to the K810, as it is a better keyboard.
Summary: Brought this keyboard for all the obvious reasons; the ability to control 3 different Apple devices from 1 keyboard. Well it looks very similar and feels very similar to the Mac keyboard and generally the product is good.
Summary: This Logitech item sounds and looks great. Bought two, one for a gift and one for me. ON arrival the items were packed poorly, loose in an Amazon box, no padding nothing. They were boxed by Logitech which made a difference which saved them from the Amazon shipping packaging.
Summary: Nice keyboard but it is described as UK layout, which is just not true. eg there is no pound sign and the " and @ are reversed. I was only able to fix this by downloading third party software.
Summary: People will want this keyboard for many reasons. I wanted it because I have a Mac Mini (used to serve media to all my Apple TVs) sitting next to my iMac - I use Target Display Mode on the iMac as the display for the Mac Mini.
Summary: I am using this product on a Mac mini which I previously used with an official Apple keyboard. Compared to the official Apple keyboard this takes a little getting used to. Some keys are in a slightly different position and also this keyboard doesn't quite sit up at as large an angle as Apple's...