03-15-2012 06:50 AM
I work in tech support and as such I spend 40 hours a week behind a keyboard. I am currently in the market for a comfortable, reliable, corded keyboard - preferably a Logitech as I prefer the 'feel' of your keyboards over other brands. I did some research and really liked the look of the Wave, which unfortunately is no longer available. It does have a successor in the K350, which seems to be the exact same keyboard, except wireless. The reviews on the K350 are largely very positive, though a lot of people are complaining about connectivity and performance issues (signal dropping, keys not responding etc.). This is holding me back from purchasing one myself as I need my keyboard to be super reliable - which is where the cord comes in.
Currently, the only corded keyboards are either gaming keyboards, which are overkill for office use, and the cheap low-end which aren't very supporting. The K350 has a nice big palm rest and an ergonomic design, and would be a total winner if it came with a USB cable instead of a wireless adapter. It just seems like the best cross between the split ergonomic keyboards, which I never really could get on with, and the regular straight keyboards. Alternatively, you could include a USB cable for charging and (optional) improved connectivity like you do with the G700 mouse.
I know you don't disclose any future plans but I really hope that you will consider looking into this.
Thanks for reading.
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03-15-2012 06:37 PM
Thank you for sharing your recommendation with us. I will forward your post to the appropriate product team for future consideration.
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