Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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Nice look, terrible range
Dean T., Newegg
28 August 2014
Summary: All other wireless keyboards I've owned have also had typing delays, so I can live with it, but to advertise that it doesn't have delays is just plain dishonest. I would never even consider this for gaming or writing, but for a media center, it's passable.
Pros: The Logitech K360 has a sleek appearance, it's lightweight, and has a small footprint on my coffee table. They keys are comfortable to type with and it also has a keypad, which is nice for number-crunchers.
Cons: The Logitech K360 has serious range problems. While it claims to have virtually no delays or dropouts, this is an outright lie. Depending on where I use it at my couch, I'm about 6-10 feet away. It always has delays, even at the closest range. Range problems are also affected by the keyboard's ph...
Excerpt: This keyboard is comfortable to use, despite the plastic feel of the keys. It has the feel of a cheap keyboard but feels solid when you type. I like using this keyboard but it eats up the battery even when not in use!
Excerpt: I bought this keyboard for use with my Lenovo, as it was very uncomfortable to have to be directly in front of these screen to type, with no angle, etc. I purchased this keyboard on the cheap, for $15, as I needed a quick cheap fix. It did the job, as it is wireless.
Excerpt: I am an experienced (70 years) typist, with a speed of over 100 words / min. This keyboard is so tight it has slowed down my accuracy and my speed considerably. Had I not thrown away my sales receipt and the box, I would have returned my purchase.
Summary: Arrived quickly--opened box, plugged in the dongle - OPEN for business! I love the touch of the keyboard...took no time at all to adjust to . the DELETE is in a new place (for me) and I am still not used to it...but that is a small concession.
Excerpt: It's just OK. The keys need to be pushed harder than a normal key board. Slow to respond at times. Only has cap lock light and you have no way of knowing when the num lock is on. A slight pain. No way good for gamming as it's really slow to respond. But as I stated you get what you pay for.
Excerpt: I like the keyboard, the keys are a little closer together and it just isnt the same as a full size keyboard but i like it, no true complaints just that it is a little flimsy and that its not a full size keyboard but that i knew before i purchased
Was very hard to use after being used to a laptop keyboard
Emily Boda, Amazon
21 November 2013
Summary: I did not like this keyboard at all and returned it. The keys on the keyboard did not feel comfortable to me. I am used to typing on a laptop and not putting a lot of pressure on each key when I type, but I like to have solid feedback that I've depressed a key.
Summary: I loved this keyboard when I first bought it. Everything worked well and it was small and sleek which was great for me. However about two months after using it, the keyboard died. Nothing I've tried will revive it.