Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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Great for the price and convenience
13 February 2014
Summary: Wireless keyboards are a must have for me and this one works fine. It is smaller and the keys are not the traditional style and sometimes harder to click, they stick out and up like a laptop which is why the 4-star and not 5. However, I have Logitech's top version, the K800 which is a full-size wireless with perfect keys, and that receives a 5 star. They both work with my Linux, btw.
Summary: I really like this keyboard. It hooked up great with the universal receiver from Logitech. It's amazing to have a wireless keyboard that can go anywhere on my desk and significantly reduces the clutter. For the price it is also a steal. I am taking off 1 star however because the key board is just a little cramped. I often hit the wrong key when aiming for the very small delete key which is directly above the backspace key.
Summary: I have 3 of these now - for home and 2 offices. Low cost, syncs to one usb connector, don't have to deal with bluetooth. But what I like about this vs other keyboards is the thin keys (I'm a big fan of Apple keyboards when using a mac - these keys aren't quite as good) and the compact layout. It has a numeric keypad and fullsize layout, but tucks the arrows and home/delete/page up/page down/inserts in a little so they don't add width to the keyboard.
Summary: The design, weight, and material is great for the price! No messy cords or poor key response. Reason for a 4/5: I notice there's a indication light just for the Caps Lock, not for the Number Lock or the Insert. I dont mind it, but it would be nice, because I use the Number Lock on and off a lot. Insert not so much, but it would be good to have it.