After a problem with my laptop decided to go remote monitor and wireless keyboard. Had to be compact as space is a premium. This keyboard ticked all the right boxes and has proved to be a gem. Connected with no difficulty USB unifying receiver is compact and neat. Even grand children are impressed best keyboard they have used is the conclusion they like the raised separated keys and their typing speeds are much quicker than mine. I'm a very satisfied user.
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Review 2 for Wireless Keyboard K360
from Plymouth, UK
Age: 25 to 34
Length Of Use: One Week to a Month
Why didn't I buy this sooner
Date:24 June 2013
Honestly can't understand why I didn't buy this keyboard when I got my new computer. After a year of going through 3 other shoddy and annoying products and a skip load of batteries I finally decided to get this model for my entertainment PC. One month in I can see I don't need to go elsewhere again. Media keys are great, the wireless nature is still responsive enough to play games with and I don't have to replace the batteries every two weeks. Only gripe is that the hot keys could be separate from the F keys but that's not really anything to complain about compared to the past expensive mistakes I've made. 5*
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Review 3 for Wireless Keyboard K360
Age: 35 to 44
Length Of Use: Less than a Week
Look no further and BUY IT
Date:14 June 2013
Oh my word, they have done it again! Unbelievable nice product! Great value for money. Straight, out of the box, functionality. Just pull the battery guard to connect the Duracell batteries, plug in the unifying receiver (or connect to your existing receiver when you are a Logitech nutter like me, and play, period.) Please note that the unifying receiver is in the box under the cardboard closing tab of the box, and not under the battery lid. And I suggest downloading and using the unifying software first. I did a writing test on my couch with my laptop on living room table a few feet away, to see how it went, and it turned out to be a nice test review in the end, so here goes:
This is a test to see how nice this board works, or not of course. The buttons seem a bit sluggish at first, but on the other hand this is a nice low profile board that will probably become a favorite. Considering how much I write every day and being very sensitive about a keyboard that has a strange or too high profile. My company recently moved to a new building and we all got new keyboards. We used to have Logitech, but someone decided we needed boards from a (very large) different company… And I hated those from the get. My usual type-o’s by pressing two buttons at the same time seems to become more obvious, and therefore less, on this one because of the spacing between the keys. And in case you are wondering, the key positions of the letter keys, match that of a normal board. Yes the entire board is smaller, but that is because they stripped all unnecessary plastic. So far, so good.
Right mouse context keyboard key however is a bit awkwardly placed under the page up button. But I can reach it with my right hand while holding down the FN key. Nice out of the box added functionality keys by the way. Minimize and maximize keys, and direct to desktop F-keys. Minimize button minimizes all windows, not just the one you are looking at, that’s not what I was hoping for. Sleep mode works, but I was not able to bring it out of sleep, let’s try again. Nope, you have to use the on-off button on your laptop. All other FN keys (home, media player, mail, windows search) just work how they should. Response of any key input is direct and without any lag.
Only minor point is that the multimedia play buttons are in the place where the ESC key should have been, and the F1-F12 keys should have been the same size as all the other keys. Otherwise I’m pretty impressed so far. Let’s see how it will hang on when I’m using it for a whole week of writing.
The Caps lock button is more noticeable because of the raised profile on the key itself. I think I will notice is much sooner that way, and prevent unwanted use. Even the little led light (the only one) to warn about the Caps being on looks good enough for me. Key illumination would have been a nice to have, but that would take too much battery life? (Even with LED’s?)
How about security? Is 128-bit AES encryption enough for you? (It is for me, and any on-line bank.)
Altogether I think I will be happy with this one. Considering I eventually found the unifying receiver, it is love at first ‘sigh’. I think I will buy another one as backup, or for living room?
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Review 4 for Wireless Keyboard K360
Expertise: Proficient User
Date:26 June 2012
Before this keyboard, i had old DiNovo. Oh my god, this is just rubbish comparing to that and for the same price. (I'm talking about old DiNovo, not DiNovo edge or mini). Design, build quality and overall feel of this product is, that this is very cheap keyboard and it's not worst that price. The only good thing is 6 music/audio control buttons on the top, that's all. And, unfortunately, there is no real alternative for old DiNovo, only old and overpriced DiNovo Edge :( Feel of latest Logitech products is, that they are making money based on old reputation- less quality items for higher price.
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Review 5 for Wireless Keyboard K360
Expertise: Tech Savvy
Date:19 February 2012
This keyboard is fantastic!
It's lacking a lot of the advanced features many modern keyboards have but then it doesn't cost a lot either for a reliable, sturdy wireless keyboard.
the keys look odd as they are all spaced apart. I settled in with it quite quickly but then I'm very used to switching to new keyboards. it's not much harder to type, just harder to pick out the caps lock key.
It's very easy to set up. plug in, turn on, tap away. no problems.
Also, the battery life is something else. apparently 3 years... suppose I'll find out in another 2. needless to say. even with heavy, extensive use. it's still on its initial set of batteries. (2 AA)
only complaint i have is the stands are pretty rubbish (one of them fell off pretty quickly) and the bottom is just TOO flat. doesn't sound like a problem but if you type with it on your lap and sit back (which i tend to do) then it keeps sliding off.
Good keyboard though, great range (across the room with no trouble at all) small and light which means if you have space constraints then this keyboard is fantastic. it is a full size keyboard with a numpad and everything, even has spaces around some very decent sized keys and it's STILL a small keyboard.