• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Lasted A Year

    Great keyboard BUT it only lasted a year and had to throw it away. Thought it would be awesome and environmentally friendly. Then as the other review stated the rechargeable battery lasted about about a year. Manual states that you must dispose of the keyboard when the battery dies. It won't work at all once battery goes and have to get rid of whole keyboard. Very wasteful and not environmentally friendly....Going back to my Apple corded keyboard that has lasted years.

    12 of 13 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Keyboard has been nothing but trouble

    I love Logitech's products and have had keyboards from them before, but this one isn't ups to their usual standards. The first one I received wouldn't hold a charge. They replaced it and this second one has malfunctioned almost from the beginning. It also has trouble holding a charge and often there's a hesitation in typing--they keyboard is about 10 second behind my fingers. Sometimes it only types part of the word and sometimes it types gibberish.I use this keyboard for my work, so this isn't making me very happy or productive.

    7 of 7 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    A nice keyboard BUT!

    My home office is in the basement and despite being almost directly below a 48" two bulb fluorescent fixture, there is not enough light to charge the keyboard. It also requires a lot of desk space to provide for its solar cell array.

    18 of 24 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Disappointing

    First, the keyboard does not look like an "Apple" product, and since it's made by Logitech that is not surprising. It's a bit clunky, and it's made of plastic instead of aluminum. It's big. The keyboard that came with my new iMac was too small (really want a number pad), and the Logitech, with the addition of the solar strip along the top, is pretty big. What finalized my decision to return it, however, is that there is a USB receiver that needs to be plugged into one of the four USB ports on the back of the computer. I don't always have enough USB ports as it is, and giving up one to a device I already had reservations about make it easy to box it back up and send it away. I think I'll try typing numbers without the number pad and see how that goes for a while.

    9 of 13 people found this useful