Great keyboard to relieve strains on hands and wrists
29 May 2013
Excerpt: The Logitech Wave keyboard is a beast in size. I measure it to be about 48 cm wide and 26 centimetres tall. This large size is needed to incorporate the wave design and the palm rest. But stop here if you are tight on space or would prefer something compact to compliment your desk.
Summary: I spend 24 hours per day on the PC, being a graphic designer with a passion for gaming and I have spent the last two and a half years mashing this thing non stop. Here's what I think of it! It looks great, I'm passionate about my PC's aesthetics and I will never buy a standard keyboard.
Excerpt: Being in the market for an ergonomic keyboard, I wanted something comfy for my hands when typing, but just couldn't abide by those designs where the letter keys had been split in half, with one side for each hand. I needed something new and user-friendly, but not too radical!
Summary: I like this keyboard because it's ergonomic. For those who key in long texts, it is more advantagous to do so by blind typing. It might seem a difficult task, but one can do that quite easily, by using one of a variety of typing learners available in the market.
Summary: Really comfortable, nothing too fancy, great response, keys feel well to press, and the material is made is really nice! Has a very comfortable soft area to rest your wrist. good functionalities that can be customised for your windows experience.
Summary: Amazed at the quality of keyboard for the price. Have always had wireless keyboards and have had nothing but trouble with them. OK I've got to use an extension lead, but it's worth it. Top keyboard and seller.
Summary: The corded Logitech Wave Keyboard provides just the right adjustments to the typing and input process to make it perfect for my use. If you have trouble with the cordless version (perhaps connection issues), then this keyboard is a wonderful alternative.