Summary: - This is definitely not a bad keyboard, and anyone who is using the keyboard for anything other than intensive gaming should be fine using it. Logitech usually makes good products so you can't really go wrong with them.
Pros: - Very affordable - Easy to setup - I have a wireless logitech mouse and it was nice being able to use the same USB for both devices - Battery life seems very good. I've had this keyboard for several months now, I never turn it off, and haven't had to replace it yet.
Cons: - There's an occasional small amount of input lag, even when the keyboard is close to the USB. For most scenarios this isn't a problem, but if you are playing games that require really fast responses you'll notice it. I personally play a lot of League of Legends and it was incredibly frustrating ...
Summary: This is a great little keyboard that works well when you don't have a lot of desk space. Pros: Has a good typing feel to it but this is not like a laptop keyboard, I believe it's a gel, but good WPM none the less The batteries are AA and should last a very long time and are easy to replace...
Excerpt: This was puchased for office staff-the wireless capability helps her move around the desk to operate. If she has more papersork, she is able to move around for more comfort and work efficiency. The keyboard p;ugged right in and instantly began working-so easy to install & get working.
Excerpt: On the same day I purchased a larger mouse to work with, I also spotted this keyboard. I already own a Logitech at home (I tend to lean towards Logitech keyboards and mice), but it is a bit too large for the space on my desk.
Excerpt: Originally went looking for the cheapest bluetooth enable keyboard I could find. It was the price that first attracted me to the K360. However, I almost went with something else because I didn't want to deal with the dongle. Now, I'm glad I did.The keyboard does want keyboards should do.