You probably won’t be able to use Logitech K360 software for gaming or programming. Well, you still can, but you will have to deal with extra efforts for it.
However, this is a pretty good keyboard for working and typing. The full size arrangement seems ideal and good, and it supports wireless operation too. It also has more than enough ergonomics design, which is claimed to reduce the possibility of fatigue. It can deliver nice typing experience and it is quite comfortable for typing.
As a full size keyboard, this one is actually quite big – even bigger from the other kinds of keyboard within full size category. With a total dimension of 38 x 15 x 2.4 centimeters, you can imagine how big and wide the keyboard is.
When compared to other keyboards, the arrow keys and the NumPad are definitely bigger. This would be an ideal pick for those looking for big keyboards, but it may not be the perfect option for those wanting smaller device.
You won’t have to doubt the quality material of the keyboard, including the keycap. Although it is made from plastic, it offers decent use and function.
The keycap may be slightly unstable or cheap, but it does offer good grip for comfortable use. You can still use it for your productive work.
For an inexpensive device, this one has a pretty decent ergonomics quality. It’s not excessively ‘wow’ but it should be able to deliver more than enough performance.
It supports incline setting, but only one. It doesn’t come with wrist rest, but since the keyboard is included as the low profile type, you won’t have to worry about any fatigue or strain.
As a wireless device, this one offers tons of easiness and simplicity. You will no longer bind to a certain distance or range. You can easily move it around without the fuss of the cable.
However, there is no option for charging cable, and you won’t get the flexibility of other connectivity options. As a wireless keyboard, you will have to use the battery and it’s two of AA type.
Although the programmable feature is quite limited, especially when compared to other keyboards, you can still customize the options.
The media keys are dedicated, while you can reprogram the f-keys. Unfortunately, Logitech doesn’t offer programmable macro keys, which is just too bad. But considering the price rate, these features of Logitech K360 software should offer more than enough for your regular typing work.
Logitech K360 for Windows
Supported Platform: Win 10 (32-bit/64-bit), Win 8 (32-bit/64-bit), Win 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit), Win 7 (32-bit/64-bit), Win XP (32-bit/64-bit), Win Server, Win Vista
Logitech K360 for macOS
Supported Platform: mac 10.3, mac 10.4, mac 10.5, mac 10.6, mac 10.7, mac 10.8, mac 10.9, mac 10.10, mac 10.11, mac 10.12, mac 10.13, mac 10.14, mac 10.15, mac 11
Logitech K360 Manual Download
- Logitech K360 User Guide Download (PDF)