Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
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Jordan L., Newegg
2 weeks ago
Summary: For the price, this is a great keyboard - haven't had any issues with it.
Pros: - Great little keyboard using the new, small, unifying USB connector. - Used on a new computer build, the keyboard connected perfectly even when using the BIOS on a PC build for the first time. - I like the addition of the rubber on the bottom, doesn't slide around the desk. - Just enough media k...
Cons: No eggs taken off here because of the cost of this thing, but the keys do feel a bit cheap in feel and the key press is a little spongy. But really can't complain. My only other thought, for those of you who dislike the glossy black plastic for finger prints, the whole keyboard (except the keys) ...
Summary: For a cheap wireless keyboard, this adds all the functionality I need for music control and office tasks. When gaming, this keyboard works very well, and typing feels quite natural.
Pros: Likely the best keyboard I've owned. It's slim, has the numpad layout, but isn't too wide. Function keys are mapped to the F buttons, and that's good because I dislike extra Function buttons that make the keyboard larger. Media keys I use very often and are in good locations for my fingers to rea...
Cons: The ONLY issue I have is the rubber feet on this board. When you shift the keyboard on a desk, it can pull the rubber feet from their position. I honestly really don't like that the feet are shallow and shift easily. The kickstand rubber feet have the same issue too and shift off from their posit...
Summary: I wanted a keyboard that was very similar to my laptop's keyboard. This keyboard fit that bill. The soft touch keys with a short stroke is perfect, and I love the spacing with the breaks in between the keys.
Pros: I have had this keyboard for over a year and use it for my work most every day and I work as a field technician and it sets in my tool bag when not in use so it see a fair share of abuse and always works. It's paired with a Logitech mouse thru a unified receiver and both are outstanding products....
Cons: Not really a con but just an issue I ran into. I must keep my cell phone away from the USB receiver when I am using the phone tethered as a hot spot.
Summary: Now, if only I could find this same keyboard with backlit keys I'd be in heaven.
Pros: Works great just like most Logitech products. Much better feel than my previous Logitech 270 keyboard. Good key action. Key's fit snugly which is great to keep my parrot from snatching them off it and chewing them up. Can't do any better for the price.
Summary: I needed a keyboard for my Motion Computing J3400 TabletPC because while it has handwriting input, that can often be slower than just typing. But I didn't want wires making a mess of space and most wireless keyboards seemed terribly cramped and often expensive.
Pros: Light small but not cramped. Fits in backpack well. responsive keys (no too mushy) numpad. Personal like but it sold me. value doesn't battery drain when idle (Batteries only recently died after being put in back in September)
Cons: Function keys are a bit narrow but accessible. Legs don't angle it quite high enough
Pros: All the necessary keys and a numeric keypad. Relatively small. I haven't had any trouble with missed keystrokes. The F# keys don't require a press of the FN button. The FN button is used for the special functions. There is a CAPS Lock LED but no NumLock LED. Fortunately, both will flash the chang...
Cons: The special function labels are icons and I have no idea yet what most of them do.