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Slim, compact and beautiful but ultimately a very, very poor keyboard. You've been warned!
on 11 January 2016
Okay so I've bought 10-15 of these keyboards for my business as they were on a very good special, £2.50 each! Anyway, it started off as a nice compact/slim keyboard but has since become a nightmare.
Each and every one of the users I gave this keyboard/mice combo to is now complaining that keystrokes do not press as it should, for a lack of a better phrase. For example, when you type casually on the keyboard, you'll realise that some keys were not pressed as the actual key got stuck so you'd have to decisively press a key in order to ensure it gets pressed. The backspace key is the absolute worst, I literally have to smash the keyboard just to ensure it will press! If I hit the key off-centre, ie to the left or the right, not in the middle, it just doesn't press at all. This is very, very annoying and impedes a user's ability to type at their required pace.
I've got a Logitech keyboard at home and this is such a good keyboard I just cannot understand why the K270 is so poor. In fact, after 7 years of daily use, the keys on the keyboard I have at home actually seems to work better now than it did years ago! There is literally no resistance when you press the keys (sorry, not sure what model this keyboard is that I have at home, I'm writing this review at work) but this K270 seems like it's resisting the key presses, why Logitech?!?!?!
The main (dare I say only) duty of a keyboard is to type and this keyboard can not do this. Utterly useless!!