Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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rohan patil, Amazon
4 weeks ago
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 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: Also known as the right-click key, there is no menu key on this keyboard. It only exists as a second-level function key. It's a pain if you use shortcuts a lot, particularly if you do a lot of work in Excel. I only do from time to time, but whenever I do, having to hit Function + PgUp (menu key icon above PgUp) is frustrating, especially because those two keys are nowhere near each other. It certainly slows down the shortcut functionality in Excel.
Summary: -the keys are wobbly, but not extremely so. wish they were more sturdy -can't see on the picture, but the keys also have a matte-ish finish, so not slippery -it's like a wireless laptop keyboard, not a full one -the clacking noise is louder than my laptop's, equivalent to that of a larger, full-sized keyboard -immediately started working after plugging in the USB to my laptop (PC), no further setup -no caps lock or num lock indicator light
Summary: While this keyboard is perfectly functional for what it is, I wanted to point out that the feel of the keys is considerably different from a traditional desktop keyboard or from any of the laptop keyboards I have ever used. For me, the keys seemed to have quite a bit of resistance initially, then kind of "thud" down once fully depressed - they feel very soft and kind of "muddy" (for lack of a better term) when typing.
Cons: -Spontaneously will decide to stop working. The OS will recognize the device and device driver, however the physical keyboard itself will stop working. In my case, you can still flick the keyboard switch on and off, and Windows will make that annoying sound that says "hey! I see something!" But beyond that, the keyboard will not work.
Summary: It's been about 2 weeks. I've been using this keyboard and another logitech wireless mouse. The mouse had it's own receiver beforehand and now using the included unifying receiver both the keyboard and mouse are connected using the same UR. However, within the last 2 days both the mouse and keyboard have been acting erratically, I've been typing faster than my words appear on the screen, and the mouse skips and jumps all over the place.
Summary: I bought this with the goal of recreating the feel of a laptop keyboard for a docked Windows 7 laptop. The small USB plug that provides the wireless connectivity works great, and required no driver installation (by the user) on Windows 7. There is a series of Logitech devices that all work with these wireless plugs, so it is possible to connect a mouse and keyboard to the same USB adapter.