Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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Faulty Ergonomics ..
2 February 2014
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.
Summary: The keyboard is faulty. I've been using it for about two weeks and sections of the keys stop working, not the same keys, it tends to switch keys on its own. Also the wireless only reaches about 6 feet before it cuts out.
Summary: This is the second Logitech wireless keyboard I ordered, both are missing the "tiny Logitech Unifying receiver that can stay in your laptop". There is a battery compartment that shows a diagram that implies the receiver comes within, however it has been missing both times! Someone is asleep on the assembly line! Such a hassle to return both. I haven't tried out this keyboard yet, but Amazon please check your current supply of keyboards!!
Summary: Worked okay for about a week, but slowly lost functionality. There is a delay between the keys pressed and the word appearing, if at all. Low battery life, basically unusable for anything. This will be the last Logitech product on which I waste my money.