Compact and good connectivity - cheaper quality
A compact and a comfortable keyboard.
Keyboard tactile feels rather cheap, but the keyboard is a value keyboard.
Overall, for the money, it's not a bad choice.
If you are used to using softer / laptop keyboards, please consider a different keyboard.
Good connectivity and key placement
I bought this for home use. The placement is like another keyboard and it was quick and easy to connect. Both the keyboard and matching mouse look great. I am happy with them
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Compact, full keys, convenient, light
I was looking for a wireless keyboard for work - we have hot desking & need to store with laptop in overnight locker & portability.
It did take a little getting used to the keys, but I found no more than using any other keyboard.
Ultra portable, all keys & all reasonable sized. You must take into account, to make so portable, there has to be compromises (and these appear to be very reasonable). Minimal desk footprint.
Comes with 2 x AAA batteries (last for reasonable time) which fit inside top left cover & most handy - an on/off switch undern...
Compact and Easy
I needed a wireless compact keyboard with numeric pad for my iMac and decided to buy this keyboard on an impulse buy and I am so happy I bought it even though the packaging said Windows Based PC as system requirements. I bought it anyway and IT WORKED!!! ;) I was also happy to find out that the "Windows Button" is actually the "Command Button" which is very helpful so no need to change settings on your keyboard.
Sleek, compact and very very light.
There is no light indication ifor caps lock, numeric lock, etc.
Questions & Answers
I already purchased one of these. I'm now wondering if I purchase a Logitech wireless mouse, will it work with the same receiver, or will I need to use two separate receivers?
It will work under the one USB receiver.
To do so, you need download & use the Logitech Unifying software - follow the simple instructions.
One aspect I did read. Apparently, some older Unifying devices limit the number of allowable pairing changes to a maximum of 45 times. Once the 45th connection is made, it is no longer possible to connect such a device to a different receiver. Unless you have an excessive need to do this, I wouldn't let it hold you back.
I found this so convenient, using one micro USB etc
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