Today we're bringing to you our detailed review of the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K350.
Does the good reputation hold up or not? Let’s find out!
If you're tired of getting nauseous from all the keystrokes, this Logitech wireless keyboard paired with a Bluetooth Logitech Marathon Mouse might be just the right combination to get you settled back in that keyboard-and-mouse type of user workflow.
The notebook can rest in your lap for the epic typing sessions while the keyboard stays connected. Just disconnect when you need to move. The keystroke measurements are based off an estimate of a 2 Million:1 workload number. These constant curves measure a distance of 3.5 millimeters, which is just about the same amount that most of you already use. The Logitech keyboard uses what Logitech refers to as comfort technology, which is an engineered cushioned palm rest.
The Logitech K350 features a wave design for improved comfort and an angled design to fit in the natural curves of your hand. The keyboard also allows you to change the LED light settings. The Logitech Marathon Mouse has an ambidextrous design, large wheels for smooth control, and a high-friction bottom to help maintain a better balanced feel.
This combo claims to lasts for up to three years. I have a keyboard and mouse combo that did last for about two. The scroll wheel on the mouse does this weird rubber-on-motor scratching sound when you scroll that drives me up the wall. I sometimes have to take out an incense candle and burn it in order to quiet the noise down.
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