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Though slightly large and chunky, the Logitech Wave keyboard is well put together and makes typing for long periods effortlessly comfortable at a price that won't break the bank. quote


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8.0
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    8.0
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    6.0
  • Design and form factor
    9.0
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    8.0
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8.4
27 reviews
8.0
CNET Aug 1, 2007

Logitech's Cordless Desktop Wave stands out for its comfortable ergonomic touches, an easy learning curve, and its affordable price. We have minor issues with its hot keys--the media controls get short shrift--but heavy typists will like what Logitech has to offer here.

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8.0
TrustedReviews Feb 5, 2011

Though slightly large and chunky, the Logitech Wave keyboard is well put together and makes typing for long periods effortlessly comfortable at a price that won't break the bank.

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10
opiesche opiesche

It has a bunch of programmable extra buttons, but other than that is a pretty no-frills keyboard. No USB Hub, blinding blue glow or backlit LCD displays. But the job it does as a keyboard it does better than any other keyboard I've seen. It's the most comfortable I've ever used,...

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10
Civ2boss Civ2boss

A keyboard that fits the natural curve placement of your hands without having you learn a new way to type like split keyboards. I've been using cheap keyboards for years now. Those were loud and won't let you push more than several keys before they beep at you. They were also...

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10
techpops techpops

There are some really amazing looking keyboards out there for gamers, the thought that is going into these types of keyboards is admirable. For people who just want to get on with typing however, not so much innovation there. We had the ergonomic thing a while back that looked great but was...

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6.0
berezovskiy berezovskiy

Actually, the set is great. The only problem was it lasted 3 month. After that keys began gradually losing it's softness, typing became louder and louder until it took a huge effort to press the ctrl key (8 month) (as well as all other keys). So, 8 month is a time period of life for this...

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9.0
louismckeown louismckeown

It is not a small keyboard at all, but it is comfortable for long term use. The wrist pad isn't entirely too soft but it is better than a plastic bar across. A lot of the keys especially the media keys. Some of the labels I feel are useless especially if you remap the functions anyway....

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8.0
DantheMan DantheMan

A joy for typing essays. This is a serious keyboard, with a clacking that reverberates into the next room, but it makes up for the noise and sheer size with an insanely satisfying tactility and ergonomic comfort from the gently sloped keys, angled as a good compromise between ergonomics and a...

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9.0
rbalch213 rbalch213

I really like the shorcut buttons, I use these frequently. Great for my media PC because the tower is over by the TV and the Mouse and Keyboard Combo is on the cofffee table, but sometimes it has problems reading the keyboard and mouse from that distance. Some of the shortcut buttons are not very...

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9.0
jamiehs jamiehs

Even though it has a few quirks, it's still the best keyboard I've ever used. I use one at work and at home. I also like the fact that it's a full keyboard with Home, End, PgUp, PgDown, etc.

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