JohnC wrote:I've used many Logitech keyboards in the past - almost all of them were cheap junk (unlike their mice)
I beg to differ. Logitech in recent years = cheap junk, all of it, not just keyboards. But I guess that's a tangent for another thread.
Well, it's your choice to "differ" but I was pretty satisfied with Logitech's mice like mx518 (my previous favorite model) or my current G400s, which never gave me any issues and reliably worked for several years, every day, several hours/day (well, the mx518 did, the G400s hasn't been in my service for long enough yet). They still have comfortable shape for my own hand, do everything I need to and do this for an "honest" price (unlike the cheap, unreliable crap from Razer or some other "1337 g4m3r" pretentious crap from companies like http://www.feenixcollection.com/
Airmantharp wrote:If we're going to call reviews completely suspect, we can just stop buying stuff now :-p.
Well, you can stop. I won't. I buy stuff, evaluate it personally to competitor's products, chose what's best, then return (or just leave it as a spare or give it away, which happens most of the time) the inferior models. Very simple. No need to rely on "astroturfing marketing" agency's "reviews" on sites like Amazon/Newegg
I've tried mechanical keyboards by Filco/Ducky/Legend/Razer and currently stopped on Logitech's offering as the one that provides best set of features that I currently need, with no major flaws in its build quality or engineering (such as putting a bunch of USB ports onto same single connector which powers the keyboard itself, or putting a **** Mini-B connector right on the side of the keyboard without proper "strain relief" for detachable cable
), at the best price (which is not an issue to me but can still be an issue for many other people
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