Logitech K360 Wireless Keyboard for Windows, Black

Walmart # 564311551

Logitech K360 Wireless Keyboard for Windows, Black

Walmart # 564311551
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K360 Wireless Keyboard is the perfect laptop companion and lets you type with more comfort while taking up less space. The three-year battery life is so hassle-free you just might forget it uses batteries at all. You can do more, faster with six hot keys and twelve programmable F-keys for instant access to music, e-mail and more. Plug-and-play setup simplicity?just pop in the tiny Unifying receiver and leave it there.

About This Item

  • 2.4GHz wireless technology
  • 6 hot keys
  • Requires 2 x AA batteries (included)
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    Just the right size keyboard & Wireless!

    This keyboard has all the functionality of a keyboard that would be at least another 4-5 inches wider. I like that it does not eat up my desk space and I still have full functionality. The glossy black looks great. The key touch is perfect. With the wireless (this is not Bluetooth) capability, I can move this keyboard anywhere to use it. It does have pop up legs under the keyboard, so that you can adjust the height. It also has an on/off switch so that you don't drain the batteries when it is not in use.

    Great Space Saving Keyboard

    While not as large as other keyboards and an overall feel similar to that of a laptop keyboard, this is a great space saving keyboard. Nothing is left out – all of the keys you would expect are there including separate buttons for audio control. Function keys are preprogramed to launch your email, music, calculator, and other applications. These keys can be reprogramed via available SetPoint software you can download from the Logitech site. This model comes with the Logitech Unifying dongle allowing you to use one usb port to link several Logitech Unifying products to your PC. Setup is simple and additional Logitech products can be linked / delinked via downloadable Unifiying software. If you are interested in using the Unifying feature you need to make sure the K360 you purchase is Unifying ready. There are other merchants selling an older version of this product as a standalone item or in a package with the K185 mouse that are not Unifying ready. Walmart delivers the true, Unifying ready keyboard.

    Good small keyboard for little desk space.

    This is a great little keyboard that works well when you don't have a lot of desk space. Pros: Has a good typing feel to it but this is not like a laptop keyboard, I believe it's a gel, but good WPM none the less The batteries are AA and should last a very long time and are easy to replace Logitech's unifying software is just awesome Cons: The arrow keys are very hard to get use to if you happen to use them a lot, not recommend for people who spend a lot of time in spreadsheets The delete key and most of the other keys are in odd places so the learning curve is a tad higher and will a while to get use to Overall this is a great keyboard for what I use it for. I normally I type about 85 WPM on my mechanical keyboard and on this about 71 since the keys are gel like not spring or mechanical. Great for a home office or a media center PC, and maybe a Steam Machine?

    Handy Keyboard to Go With New Computer

    A keyboard's a keyboard. Some may be ergonomically different according to personal prefs. But this one's fine - looks good, works good, so far ... better than what came with the computer (that was not wireless). Like the GearHead small wireless mouse (also from WMart) better than any other mouse used over the years.

    This is a great Wireless Keyboard

    I like this keyboard so much, I've bought 3 of them so far. The batteries last forever. My first of which is 2 to 3 years old, still has the original batteries in it. The wireless range is good too! The longest distance I've used it was about 18 feet. The unifying receiver is great also! Just download the "Unifying" software from Logitech Support and you can connect up to several devices on the same receiver. Also with the SetPoint software, that is also downloadable from support, you can reset functions of the keyboard to suit your needs or preference. Oh! My keyboards are always on. This is not a luxurious keyboard, but it's a nice one, that is comfortable to use. The best part of all, is the price.....
    Wanted a wireless keyboard no cord laying across my desk. So far like.
    I use this keyboard on my ps4 to play ffxiv. It has worked perfectly for chatting online with my friends.

    Great Keyboard and Great Price

    I got this for my son for Christmas. He wanted a wireless keyboard and he loves it. Works perfectly and very comfortable to use. Great price too!

    This is not a work keyboard

    This keyboard is fine for people who do not use their home computer for work it connects very easily but you are limited with keys on what you can do.

    Awesome Xbox One Compact Wireless Keyboard

    I came across this great little keyboard while browsing through my local Super Walmart for under $20. I was shocked at the incredible price for a wireless keyboard that was also from the venerable Logitech. The next day, after checking online here, I found it was even cheaper through the site ($4 off @ $15.99)! So, I ordered one and picked it up the same day! I wanted to use it as a replacement for an ergonomic, wired desktop keyboard that was taking up a ton of space on my small coffee table. I just use it send messages in-game for Gears of War 4, since I don't like using my headset, and people could just mute you anyways. The in-game text chat can be seen globally (entire lobby) or just to your own team, which I use the most to tell slackers to contribute, esp. when we're getting our butts handed to us. It took a while to get the Xbox One to recognize it. There's various instructions online, but I think I finally got it working correctly after: 1) With system OFF, plug in Logitech Unifying Adapter, preferably away from any USB-connected external hard drives. Apparently, they cause interference. So I had to switch from the back USB ports to the front port. 2) Turn Keyboard ON *before* turning on XB1. Not sure if this is necessary, but I figure it establishes the connection to the receiver before booting up. 3) HARD RESET the XB1. Press the Power button on the front for 10 sec. until the power brick LED turns from white to orange. 4) Turn ON the XB1. Once it's on the home screen, try navigating with the arrow keys. If it works, then you're good to go! It took a few power cycles for it to finally work, after I discovered the interference with the external HDD. But now I'm set to chat, and with a lot more real estate on my coffee table! I'm also planning on leaving it ON permanently, as I've heard it actually will last at least 3 years on a set of standard AA's!
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