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I bought this so i could use it on my media center (Windows 7 32bit) and i got it work with my bluetooth dongle for about 5mins and never got it to work again. Im pretty sure the issue is with the drivers for bleutooth dongle for W7 because trying it on vista and it worked with no issues. So if you have windows 7, you might run into a snag trying to get this to work. The only other thing i would have liked is an explanation on what the led blinks mean. Make sure if this is for your PC that you get a dongle that is know to work with multiple products and W7.
The keyboard works and makes typeing URL's and message a snap. Its range is great; you can type from your couch without any problems. The major issues I have with it are the weak manual; you just have to start pressing buttons to see what happens (start with the F1-F12 keys). My other big complaint is there is no way to adjust the sensitivity of the track pad. I'm not a big fan of track pads in the first place and this one's not helping the cause. Over all decent buy if you get it on sale, I wouldn’t pay full price for it tho.
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I had the USB version, and it was OK. The wireless would be flakey sometimes, and the silver didn't look nearly as nice as this piano black one. It also lacked media keys. Not really worth the price difference over the USB version IMHO, but the USB version seems to be discontinued.
I took a chance on this as I wanted a new keyboard but wasn't sure this was a good choice as it is meant to be used promarily with a PS3. It is much lighter then my old Logitech lx700. It looks really great with the shiny black and silver design. The keys have a nice feel. The touch pad is a cool feature but in truth I rarely use it. You have to have a bluetooth device to use this. They have these super miniature USB bluetooth devices now. I got a Kensington one. It is tiny. I have the Kensington Bluetooth attatched to a Belkin USB extension cable. The keyboard takes two double a batteries which seem to last at least a few months. I turn the keyboard off when I don't use it but I am not sure I think it hibernates? When you don't use the keyboard you sometimes have to hit the keyboard a few times and wait for it to connect if you have been doing something else. Others find this annoying. I don't mind it. Also bluetooth sometimes disconnects also if you completely leave it and do other things. to connect you just double click the bluetooth icon ten click on your keboard icon and select connect. Then enter the 4 digit number and enter to connect back. It is a very simple keyboard with no number pad and no dedicated program buttons like on other Logitech keyboards. One very cool feature is that to the left of the mouse pad there is a scroll up and down so with your finger you can control the volume on some programs. Some gamers don't like to use wireless keybaords for gaming but I found this fine and fast. This is about half the weight of my old Logitech and feels like the quality I am used to with Logitech products. There is no software by Logitech to set up shortcuts etc. but not a big deal.
I bought this primarily for my ps3 to make websurfing/typing easier and it does it great. Only problem is that I dont have a whole lot of batteries at hand but that was fixed really quick by buying rechargeable batteries. Would recommend to others if they needed a bluetooth keyboard.
Nearly Perfect HTPC keyboard. Bought this as a replacement to my Logitech wireless keyboard that had horrible range (like 6 feet) and a mouse that refused to work on anything but a mousepad. Works great. Using an old Bluetooth 2 USB adapter (over a year old) with no problems in Vista 32bit. Required no drivers.
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