Smooth typing experience.
Nice, sleek and compact design.
Large palm rest.
Less noisy than standard keyboards.
Strong tactile feedback.
Easy to install.
Subtle LED lights add style, light in dark situations.
Hot keys coupled with useful software.
Function keys aren't backlit.
Lacks wireless support.
No USB ports.
Fixed wrist pad attracts fingerprints.
Needs more height adjustment.
Odd ancillary key layout.
By ITP.net on June 08, 2009
A fantastic keyboard that makes working in the dark easy. It’s also brilliant for those that frequently have long typing marathons....80
By DV Hardware on May 31, 2009
I really enjoy using the Logitech Illuminated Keyboard, it provides a pleasant typing experience and has a beautiful design. The keyboard is very comfortably and the key backlighting works really well, its functional and not just there for the fancy...90
By PC Authority on May 07, 2009
It’s something we use all the time, but compared with the hours we spend deliberating over the merits of different processors, memory, graphics cards and monitors, the time we devote to picking a keyboard is minimal....83
By Tbreak.com on March 24, 2009
If you find yourself working in the dark often, then you have probably run into the issue of not being able to see the keys on your keyboard. This happen to me quite often on my notebook late at night when the wife asleep and I’m too comfortable...-
By Good Gear Guide on March 02, 2009
If you can live with a wired keyboard, Logitech’s Illuminated Keyboard is one of the best available. However, it’s a little overpriced....85
By PC Pro on February 14, 2009
It's something we use all the time, but compared with the hours we spend deliberating over the merits of different processors, memory, graphics cards and monitors, the time we devote to picking a keyboard is minimal. Choosing a good one such as this...83
By techcrunch.com on December 10, 2008
Quick Version: The Logitech Illuminated Keyboard sports a sleek design combined with a number of functional enhancements that make it a cut above most others. While the illuminated keys are the main feature, the first thing you’ll notice upon...-
By CRN on December 08, 2008
In the course of a year, the Test Center examines products ranging from high-end servers to lower-end netbooks—and everything in between. But the one piece of technology that we seem to touch the most is what often gets the least attention: the...-
By Trusted Reviews on December 06, 2008
We often extol the virtues of buying yourself a decent keyboard (and mouse, and headphones, and monitor, etc.) regardless of how slow your PC is or how little you use it. This is because we feel the most important thing you can do to make...80
By Pocket-lint on November 24, 2008
A pleasure to use. It might seem expensive at £50, but it is worth every...90