Advantages Cheap and cheerful
Disadvantages Music buttons break easily and dont work with all music programmes
A keyboard which is meant for music is abit up for debate, the reason i had to purchase this one was down to my old keyboard's buttons got damaged so i needed a cheap replacement, Yes this keyboard is still working a few years down the line but its getting to the point where if i had the spare cash i would replace it without a second thought. The reason this is classed as a music keyboard is due to the numerous keys which you can find around the outside of the keyboard. Most of these now are broke and wont work, thus making this a "Logitech NON Media SO NOW PRETTY MUCH NORMAL keyboard" not as catchy name i know.
amazon shop - 12.00(sorry for not having a lot on the price and availability section of this review, if you have any questions dont hesitate to message me)
On the back you will find two pull down tabs which give you the option to make the keyboard stand a little more upright so the keys lay flat , but for me i feel that the best way to make the most of this is to be able to put them away and have the keyboard laid flat on the base of what it is made from so the keys have a small tab up lifting at the end of each key so i can still touch type with ease.
Appearance and Design.
The look of the keyboard is rather professional, the whole keyboard is a matte black and the buttons all have a similar style towards them expect the "music" buttons round the outside. these are long and silver to try and stand out from the rest of the design. The keys have a rather nice feel when pushed they all seem to click and you are aware that you have pressed it which makes touch typing that whole lot easier. The keys are laid out like you would expect and how you would find all the other keyboards. The number keys to the right and the F buttons along the top. simple stuff.
Now onto the music keys, these are the biggest let down of the keyboard. ive never had much use for the as the skip track and play/stop buttons only work with windows media player, this isnt what you need in a PC keyboard when the main music player is now iTunes which means you cannot use them for that option, you then have the Back and Stop buttons to the left .. these dont work properly and now they have decided to stop working altogether. However on the plus side there are 6 buttons which still want to work, these are the volume buttons which work with all program's as this effects the volume of the PC and not the speakers, These can come in hand y if you want to mute the music why you take a quick call however you will miss the song.
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