Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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Good for moderate use
1 December 2014
Excerpt: The keyboard is not ergonomical so I would not recommend it for longterm or extended use. It does make it nice to setback away from a labtop and type instead of hunching over the affixed keyboard. i have back and kneck issues, so I bought it when I have multiple pieces of data entry for my projects. The battery life is long. The keyboard is light. The setup is flawless and simple. No programs to install or syncing, just plug and use. Overall, it gets the job done.
Excerpt: I needed a bluetooth keyboard because I just dot have enough USB spots and do not want a hub dangling. It's functional but fickle, sometimes I have a hard time getting it to connect and it can be slow to react to your typing. I am getting used to it and after trying a few other options know this is one of the best ones I have yet to find. The batter life is good so far, I never shut it off and have yet to need replacement batteries in the few montsof ownership.
Summary: When I first got this keyboard I was in love. It looked nice, felt great, worked without any setup, and was cheap. Then, I tried playing an FPS with it. I don't know if it's the spacing of the keys (it's a bit wide, which is great for typing) or what but my wrist and fingers hurt and I was actually googling hand exercises after awhile. Overall, I'd still give it more of a 3.5, but I am returning it for something better suited to what I need. Just buy informed!
Excerpt: The salesperson said this keyboard would be compatible with the Logitech Mouse I purchased at the same time, and would only need one plug to plug into port on computer to activate both the mouse and the keyboard. But that is not so. Have to use both plugs in computer USB ports to make them work.Not too happy about that.However, aside from that, the keyboard is great.
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.