I'm having difficult with some Logitech keyboards and mice, and I'm wondering whether it's just my bad luck, or whether others are finding the same issues. In summary:
- I bought a K800 wireless keyboard in May 2016. It's just stopped working, and won't re-link (or re-sync) to the computer. It's fully charged, so I've no idea why that should be.
- I've had three MS510 wireless mice for a couple of years. One has died, another has given trouble that was resolved when I threw it across the room in frustration (!), and the third has been OK so far.
- I'm just beginning to test a K350 "wave design" wireless keyboard. So far, it's working fine.
I'm wondering whether it's worth buying a replacement K800 keyboard, or whether I should look for another, more reliable option. Requirements are that it must be wireless (dongle or Bluetooth), must be illuminated (i.e. backlit keys), and must be suitable (in terms of size, keystroke dynamics, etc.) for high-speed touch typing. I usually work at my desk with a Microsoft Natural 4000 ergonomic keyboard, which is wired and not backlit. I want something as close to that as I can get for on-the-go computing (which is why I'm testing the Logitech K350 "wave" unit; it's wireless, but not backlit, so it isn't ideal).
Comments and suggestions welcome. Thanks!