Summary: Mine lasted a few months before the cap-locks malfunctioned (something I never really used). It would no longer allow normal typing--didn't matter if it was locked or not. You either got all caps OR no caps. No longer permitted me to use a period ( . ) or a comma. 100% useless. We will no longer be using any Logitech products. None. I replaced it with a cheap keyboard from Walmart.
Excerpt: Keyboard work well but after 4 months stopped working completely. Despite following all of the possible remedies the keyboard is no longer recognized by the computer and the unify usb. No returns to Staples have to try the manufacturer....
Excerpt: I was looking for a compact keyboard *without* a number pad, and this is what I wound up with, from the store. Turns out I want a "tenkeyless" and I'm now ordering this one online: Samsung AA-SK6PWUB/US Compact Wireless USB Keyboard
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.