Logitech Wave Keyboard Reviews
Product Type: Logitech keyboards
Description:Model ID 920-000342 / Logitech Wave Keyboard - Keyboard - USB - ergonomic - English - United Kingdom / Catch the wave with the Logitech Wave Keyboard - the exciting new shape of comfort. It's created for hands just like yours, with contoured, uniform-size keys that cradle your ... more
Logitech Wave Keyboard ... fingers naturally while the curved keyboard promotes a more ergonomically correct hand position.
One-touch controls give you direct access to many of the new features in Windows Vista , including Flip 3D, Zoom, Photo Gallery, and Gadgets. Programmable F-keys add instant access to favorite applications, games, folders, and Web pages. A cushioned palm rest encourages a relaxed position for typing.
Newest Review: ... like material is only 5 mm or so thick before the hard plastic, but that is all you will need, it is hard to describe the ... more
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Customer Logitech Wave Keyboard Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/02/11, updated on 28/05/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
The Logitech Wave is a smart looking keyboard made to be comfortable to type with by having the keys in a waved shape in the middle and by including an integrated cushion at the bottom of the keyboard to rest your hands. Even the numeric keypad is slightly wavy and these wavy shapes supposedly help you position your hands. That is assuming you touch type like I do as I can't imagine it making much difference to non-touch typists aside from looking nice! The cushion is made of a rubbery material, which isn't too squishy but feels quite nice to rest my hands on. This is better than having those removable palm rests that come with a lot of standard keyboards. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
It's not often that you get to review an item while using it at the same time.... but that's what I'm doing now as I batter frantically at the keys of my trusty Logitech Wave keyboard. After considering the amount of time that I spend crouched, glaring intently at my laptop screen - I thought it might be wiser and healthier for my eyes, back and neck to create a more ergonomic environment in which I could use my computer. After purchasing a good-sized monitor and a comfy mouse, all I needed to compute the setup was a ergonomic, yet functional, keyboard. I'm sure I could fill up this review, telling you about USB receivers, wireless signals, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/13 (Very useful, 66 readings)
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. The large size of the keyboard facilitates no less than 16 additional hotkeys ranging from zoom to music to calculator shortcuts. To get these to work you need to install the Setpoint software, which can then use to customise the keys to open your favoured programs. Personally I only use two of these, one to open itunes and the calculator every so often. The main keys on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
I actually have the bundle that had the mouse aswell, and this was the keyboard that came in the bundle. Now theres many types of keyboards out there, and in my opinion this was kind of a new idea - the wave concept. Before i mention anything, wave keyboards are curved inwards. Now the keyboards doesn't have a big curve inwards. The reason is it more egonomical and easier to type! If your scared you wont get used to it, then take it from me, theres not that much to get used to - not like those keyboard that are split in the middle!! The keyboard itself is great, it has quick keys like pause/play etc, and also window switcher ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/12 (Useful, 7 readings)
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! For me the Logitech Wave was ideal, and it has been for over two years now. The buttons are nice and chunky, soft to press and solid, but at the same time you don't find yourself accidentally knocking keys unintentionally. The extra keys at the top are also nice touch, they include volume, media fast forward/pause/play, control panel, media center and calculator. Now, ... Read the complete review
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