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Summary 5 pcs in my house we all have the same keyboard, no interference. great battery life. well built; weve never had an issue, going on at least 3 years now. pairs easily with other unifying devices like mice. i love the elegant, modern, minimilistic design.
Cons can not be paired with another device; must use 2 USB ports
Summary The keyboard is pretty good with its battery life, but I would still rather have a rechargeable keyboard. I do like the size of the keyboard and feel to it and how the connectivity doesn't drop like most wireless keyboards, but the complete flatness of the keyboard started bothering me so I returned this and opted for something more curved.
Still would recommend this for casual entertainment users.
Pros Did not automatically pair with unifying device
Cons Small compact and nice touch
Summary I brought the Logitech K360 wireless keyboard because I previously brought a Logitech M325 wireless mouse, but when I plugged in the unifying receiver which paired with the keyboard but not with my mouse. If I plug in the unifying receiver from the mouse it pairs with the mouse but NOT the keyboard. Both receivers are supposed to support multiple devices in parallel. On researching the Logitech website I found a download for the unifying device which allows you to pair devices. However, devices are only paired with 1 device at a time so if you switch to a 2nd device on another laptop (I can do since I have 2 PC & 2 unifying receiver) you have to pair the devices again. So you can't swap devices between laptops unless you use the same unifying receiver, which somewhat defeats the purpose of having 2 unifying receivers and laptops.
Apart from that the keyboard is a good one to use.
Pros Light / small, but not too small Has a good feel to it. Batteries last forever with these. Very durable.
Summary Just bought my second K360 keyboard, other one is still working perfectly on upstairs computer for about 4+ years now. Only replaced batteries one time. Cant say how many times my son has dropped my other one on the hard ground and it's still all intact!
Pros - compact, yet feels and functions like a full sized one - stylish
Cons - glossy finish (finger print magnet) - no NumLock on/off light - frequent lag between key press and effect on the screen
Summary Since NCIX has a no return policy on stuff on sale, I got it somewhere else so I can return it if I do not like it. Well, I do not like it. My biggest issue is the lack of a light indicating whether the NumLock is on or off, only the CapsLock has it. Seriously, Logitech? The glossy finish can be worked around by not removing the protective film covering the face of the keyboard (but not the keys). However, this is another dumb design decision. The frequent lag is annoying, but one can live with.
Pros small. good on battery, unifying software compatible
Cons no discrete media keys. some functions require 2-buttons to operate
Summary I purchased this initially for a media pc. I did not like logitech's implementation of a touch pad on the K400 series so I got this paired with a unifying mouse. After loading the appropriate drivers, I was able to control both the mouse and the keyboard with 1 usb dongle.
I normally use rechargeable batteries and despite the lower voltage (1.2 vs 1.5 for standard single use batteries), the rechargeables have not been an issue. I've had different wireless keyboards before which would only work with rechargeables for a few weeks but on the K360, even regular capacity duracells or energizers work for MONTHS
It's a space saving keyboard but the "chicklet" key layout may feel strange initially but I have gotten accustomed to it. I actually like it so much despite being a membrane keyboard that I sometimes end up using it for my main desktop. I just insert the second dongle on my machine, turn off the keyboard power switch to disconnect it from the unifying dongle and then turn it on again when it is in close proximity to the second receiver
Secondary functions keys like mail, search, lock, calculator etc can only be accessed using a combination of the FN and the numberic keys. Once you are used to the added keystroke, then using the keyboard feels more natural
Summary Purchased this for an HTPC build so not much heavy typing was done on this unit. It was surprisingly good for a $25 wireless keyboard. However, it does lack a numeric keypad for those who do heavy calculating on their computers.
Pros: Range and sensitivity is excellent for a membrane keyboard. Unified receiver is very nice as most modern wireless logitech peripherals use this common receiver now. As a portable keyboard, the size is quite small relative to a full size keyboard and so is the weight. I also really appreciate the FN key on the right side of the spacebar because this allows for one-hand FN control. Manual on/off ensures the computer won't be awakened accidentally.
Cons: Membrane keys are generally soft and mushy. The ones on this keyboard are one of the softest so if you prefer a soft and feedbackless typing experience, this keyboard is wonderful. Otherwise, try this out before purchasing.
Cons only moderately rigid. under a torsion test, mild creeks are heard
Summary pretty damn good for 20ish$. the keys are mostly flat, and the spacing is a bit weird for you to type at full speed normally. however, since I'm only using it as a terminal keyboard for a KVM and I don't need to type much, it's perfect.
Summary This is just a great keyboard. Big enough to do the job right without taking up too much space or sticking out on your desk. Bought a second one last week for work. I like the feel of the keys also and the minimalist look.
Pros Compact Nice key action Good range Unifying receiver
Cons Glossy finish hard to keep clean
Summary Got this to use on a media center in my living room. Coupled with a Logitech Couch Mouse M515, they both work flawlessly from just about anywhere in the room. Downloaded the unifying software from the Logitech site and was up and running on one receiver in no time flat. Now I have a spare in case one goes missing. The keyboard itself is pretty basic but has had no problems with typing and is fairly comfortable to use. Nothing special but seems to be reliable, just what I was looking for.
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