Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultraplatt tangentbord
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Logitech Ultraflat Keyboard
VGReviewer, REVIEW STREAM
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: I bought the Logitech Ultraflat keyboard along with my new computer system quite a while ago now. At the time I did not put much thought into choosing it, thinking that the keyboard I used wouldn’t matter too much. I ended up picking the Ultraflat keyboard because I trusted the brand, it was cheap and I liked the look of it.
Excerpt: I am using computer from past 8 years or so. I use my computer for entertainment (movies and music), net surfing, writing articles and programming (part of my study). I need to do more typing so keyboard is essential thing for me. I have tried 2-3 keyboards and my search ends when I bought Logitech ultra flat keyboard . This keyboard comes into box and it is protected with plastic cover.
Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard: Good budget computer keyboard
20 February 2014
Summary: Right at the end of last year the keyboard on my PC broke.. just stopped working. As it was alarge and thick keyboard - I decided to try out a small, slim one and at a cost of less than £15. So I tried this keyboard. When opened out of the box found the size measuring around 40cm x 16cm x 1.6cm, to be smaller than the broken one. Which I was pleased with. Setting up and getting going is really easy.
Summary: I decided to buy a substitute for my old, very big keyboard. The subsitute should offer more features and should look better. Features & Usage As to the appearance I can say that it is constructed very small and light, but I don't think this is that important because it is not supposed to be carried around. Also, the keyboard looks stylish, I think. The keyboard is in general very easy to use.
Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard: A Lot of Keys in a Little Package
8 April 2013
Summary: BACKGROUND:- Three of years ago I found myself having to spend a lot of time in bed due to two slipped discs. I had a laptop computer but because I was forced to lay in strange positions to ease the pain, there was no way that I could have the laptop on my lap, instead I had to have a table by the side of the bed but using the laptop on there was almost impossible.
Pros: Everything that you need from a keyboard in a compact size and at a reasonable price
Cons: Can still be bought online but Logitech no longer make this model for the UK market
Summary: Last year, I had a laptop crisis. The worst kind of laptop crisis. I had dropped coffee over my laptop, and consequently found myself with a very unhappy keyboard. After trying my best to dry the keyboard (a hair dryer was used), keys were sticking or not working at all, and I knew that there was no way I'd be able to carry on using the laptop as it was. That was when I went on the search for an alternative means of typing, and found the Logitech Ultra-Flat keyboard.
Pros: Price, look
Cons: Proximity of keys may be an issue for some people
Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard: Great miniature keyboard
4 October 2011
Summary: I purchased the Logitech ultra-flat keyboard among other components when I got a custom build PC, when looking at it in pictures I really liked the sleek small slim design of it. I thought I'd find it fine to use. I was somewhat wrong with the decision. The Logitech ultra-flat keyboard from the moment you take it out the packaging is considerably smaller than a regular keyboard, if you have one to compare it with you will see the difference, however I do still believe...
Summary: For a while I've been looking for a new keyboard, after the keys on my laptop's one started coming off. As long as it worked well, I would have been happy. I bought the Logitech Ultra Flat Keyboard - in the past I have had some Logitech products, which were trustworthy. I was quite happy with the keyboard, but found several flaws. It has a sleek, shiny design and looks fantastic overall. It is very thin too, as the name implies.
Pros: Responsive, fairly reliable, looks great, has a good quality.
Cons: You will be frustrated by the unusual positioning and spacing of the keys.
Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard: A good basic keyboard
15 August 2010
Summary: This is a simple and basic keyboard and does the job you want it to do. For the price we paid just under £10 it was on special offer and it is worth it and very simple just plug and play, it has a decent lengh wire so you could use the keybaord from a distance. You don't need to install it and worry about it disconecting unlike wireless keyboards that we have stuggled to use in the past.
Summary: I bought mine because they were on offer at WHSmith (I paid about £7 for it), to use instead of my laptop's keyboard, because I like the extra space between me and the screen when I'm typing. The keyboard connects with a USB, and there is plenty of cable length (at least a metre) so it would be suitable, in that respect, for a desktop computer as well as a laptop.