Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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Summary: If interested Logitech makes a compact wireless keyboard (K230) that they do not sell in the USA but can be ordered from : thenerds.net for the same price as the K360. It works great!!! Been using mine for over 2 years (have yet to change the 2- AAA batteries). The K230 measures 15 inches long by four and three eights inches wide with feet that can give a slight tilt if desired.
Summary: I bought this keyboard because my laptop keyboard was not working. I am not a computer person and I was nervous about connecting it. But it was very simple to connect it and use it. I am very pleased with it.
Summary: The keyboard is quite compact and is almost the same length as any 15" laptop keyboard. Keys are neatly spaced. The keys are bit noisy and feels irritating some time. The buit quality is pretty decent and the keyboard does look sturdy. So overall a good keyboard for the price its offered.
Summary: I just received the K360, with a pure white background and black keys. The keys are well separated, which I like. The letters and numbers are pure white against the black keys. This is so much better then gray letters against a charcoal key like so many other keyboards. I have used dozens of keyboards over the years, and I am really picky about what I like. This keyboard is also smaller than most-yet the keys are full size. And it is very sturdy.
Summary: Wireless keyboards are a must have for me and this one works fine. It is smaller and the keys are not the traditional style and sometimes harder to click, they stick out and up like a laptop which is why the 4-star and not 5. However, I have Logitech's top version, the K800 which is a full-size wireless with perfect keys, and that receives a 5 star. They both work with my Linux, btw.
Summary: I really like this keyboard. It hooked up great with the universal receiver from Logitech. It's amazing to have a wireless keyboard that can go anywhere on my desk and significantly reduces the clutter. For the price it is also a steal. I am taking off 1 star however because the key board is just a little cramped. I often hit the wrong key when aiming for the very small delete key which is directly above the backspace key.
Summary: This keyboard and the Unifying technology built into it is awesome. I've had no connection issues whatsoever, and my input is very responsive. The chiclet keys are a little loose, but after using the keyboard for a while it will be comfortable. The tactile feedback is solid, and I feel as though my typing has become faster. The dedicated number pad is a great plus. I'm using the keyboard on my 2011 MacBook Pro with Mavericks, and I haven't had any problems at all.
Summary: pretty damn good for 20ish$. the keys are mostly flat, and the spacing is a bit weird for you to type at full speed normally. however, since I'm only using it as a terminal keyboard for a KVM and I don't need to type much, it's perfect.
Pros: appear very low latency
Cons: only moderately rigid. under a torsion test, mild creeks are heard
Summary: I just purchased the Logitech wireless Keyboard K360 on February 1st and I just received it today. I am a little disappointed as the picture that is shown it has black and gray on it which was one of the reasons why I purchased this keyboard. The one I received is completely black and no gray shown. The photo is very misleading and if you don't have the particular item or color, just inform the buyer.
Summary: I would like to bring attention to two aspects of the keyboard that would make typing difficult - 1. Each key has a very flat or rather a slightly raised surface which makes the typing prone to errors. Ideally the keys should have slight depression rather than elevation for best typing results. 2. The keys have the feel of very cheap plastic. Also the spacing don't seem to be appropriate. I would rather put in a few bucks more and get a better keyboard.