Summary: Very comfortable to type with takes a bit to get use to the wave my only let down is that you do not have a light indicator for num lock or caps so you are typing blind on certain duties like entering a password since it does not let you know what font is on.
Summary: Love the key board but I'm on my 3rd one. The letters on the keys wear out quickly. I've tried taping new letters on the keys but they become distracting. For the price it should last longer! I don't type that much!!
Summary: The feel is great! The keys are more prominent. (Not flat against the board.) The curve of the board was a concern at first. Because the curve is slight it has proven to be a good choice. Well built.
Summary: I like the keyboard (fits my long, fat fingers beautifully) but unless my friends like wireless "mice" I wouldn't recommend them. I forgot that I've tried them before and didn't like them.. but the wireless keyboard is very nice.
Summary: I would not recommend this product to someone who requires an ergonomic key board. While it is better than a standard keyboard in that respect it is not ergonomically correct for those who really need it. On the upside it is wireless and that is wonderful.
NOT FOR GAMING | GRAPHIC DESIGN: Connection Issues
24 May 2015
Summary: A person who uses this for web browsing or document production, would probably not notice too much. Although a FPS gamer would probably go crazy in frustration. I used it with my Win 8.1 Pro O/S. I even installed the "Set Point" & "Unifying Software"drivers from Logitech online.
Summary: I just purchased this yesterday. The keyboard is one of the most comfortable ones I have used. They keys feel great in my hand when touching them. The ergonomics are just perfect. Wonderful platform to lay my palms on while typing.
Summary: I know there are people out there that scoff at wireless K&M for gaming but I don't care. It works, however, this isn't a strong set for that. I'd especially recommend against usage for faster paced gaming, especially FPSes. That's just an opinion, others may be happy with it, but I have not been.
Pros: Well thought out keyboard. It can be comfortable to use. It has all the additional keys that most people need. The keyboard is the stronger point but both mouse and keyboard have drawbacks...
Cons: Prior to this K&M combo I had the S510, which I used for about 6 years and played a lot of games on. It was a work horse. I abused the hell out of both the keyboard and mouse and despite being wireless I never felt at a significant disadvantage while playing and they are still working. I am actua...
Summary: This is a good quality wireless set with some TRADITIONAL logitech quirks, such as the choppy signal issue, logitech did gave an extension cable as an ULTIMATE solution they did many times before, but i rather them solve the signal problem itself than gave me a cheap cord (AGAIN) to put the receiver...
Pros: Keystroke feels good, the size of mouse is perfect compare to the Microsoft's Comfort Desktop 5000's overlarge mouse.
Cons: Like other logitech wireless set i owned, the signal gets choppy from time to time which might be very disturbing when playing games. have to move the keyboard and mouse close to receiver, good news is there was an extension cord came with the set.