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Excellent

AdvantagesWell designed, comfortable to use and durable

DisadvantagesNone

...I do quite a lot of typing both at work and home, so a good quality keyboard is essential. When I purchased my Dell Optiplex 760 computer the seller included a Genuine Dell keyboard, which initially did disappoint me as (despite buying a Dell PC) I am not really a fan of the brand. That said, over the past few months of using it I have grown to like it. It has a much different "feel" to most...

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Excellent

“Makes typing a breeze!”

published 22/07/2016

AdvantagesLightweight, quiet, smooth, assists fast typing, nice to look at, hardy

DisadvantagesNone really

...Being a very experienced touch-typist with pretty high speeds, I am notoriously fussy about the type of keyboard I use. Although of course I can type on any kind of keyboard, I have my preferences and after many years of shopping around and trying this, that and the other of countless different brands, I have settled upon my favourite, that being the Logitech K120 Keyboard. This keyboard is...

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Excellent

Advantagesdoes the job, nice to use, comfortable

Disadvantagesnone

...the plastic keys are of high quality as they have a more expensive feel than cheaper keyboards. They keys are a good size and are easy to see. The keyboard has a USB connect which means that you can simply plug it in to your computer and away you go. It's works straight away which is good. The keyboard is lovely to type on; I find that when I am typing, it flows nicely and smoothly. The keys don't stick...

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