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- 81AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE10 ReviewsPC World80This $200 keyboard can do two things its competitors can'tLogitech's Craft wireless keyboard isn't nearly as comfortable as some of its competitors. But it offers two features competitors don't: a handy Surface Dial-like knob, and integration with Logitech's powerful Logitech Flow software.PC Mag60Logitech Craft reviewThe Logitech Craft keyboard offers a unique way to streamline creative workflows, but its price is very high and the typing experience isn't terribly comfortable.PC World New Zealand80A smarter, more-elegant keyboard for a more-civilized ageThe Logitech Craft keeps things simple. It’s a more balanced approach that hits all the right notes and an easy go-to, despite the higher price.TechRadar90Logitech Craft reviewThis isn’t any ordinary keyboard. This slim, minimalistic deck swaggers with potential thanks to a plethora of features made to improve productivity and assist creativity.AppleInsider80Craft Advanced Keyboard increases productivityOverall, the Logitech Craft Advanced Keyboard with Creative Input Dial is a quality Mac accessory that left us impressed. The main drawbacks are the price, as well as a lack of software support for the input dial, which we hope will be addressed in due time.Digital Trends80For creative apps, Logitech's Craft keyboard is king of the hillAt $200, it isn’t exactly cheap, but it does provide value for the right users.TrustedReviews70Logitech Craft ReviewLogitech has crafted an excellent keyboard. If you’re an avid photographer or video editor, the Craft has the ability to save you time and hassle every day. It’s well made, looks great and ultimately performs where it counts.PC Perspective80Logitech Craft Wireless Keyboard ReviewFor an MSRP of $199.99, it’s a hard sell for the average person, but if you’re spending your days bedded down in Adobe’s Creative Suite or tweaking charts and presentations in PowerPoint and Excel, the Logitech Craft is a solid piece of kit.Tech Guide100Luxurious keyboard with great design and handy featuresThe Logitech Craft is the most luxurious keyboard money can buy and it backs up its tremendous design with some incredible features that will increase your productivity and make work a real pleasure.Tech Power Up90Logitech CRAFT Keyboard ReviewOverall, the Logitech CRAFT is more than just a keyboard and should be treated as such.
- 30AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsTuffLuck30November 26, 2018Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I bought the Craft keyboard and vertical mouse through Dell (I had a Dell eGift credit that was due to expire) and was going to post reviews on Logitech's site but apparently they don't allow for that, so here I am.I didn't 'need' a new keyboard a mouse, but since i had $200 bucks in eGift credit and have been a loyal Logitech consumer for years (was using their Wireless Illuminated keyboard and MX2 mouse) I figured, why not? #TreatYourselfFirst, the keyboard is beautifully made. It has perfect weight to it, feels heavy and solid, the keys are soft and easy to type on with minimal user noise, and the back-lighting is probably the best I've seen on a keyboard. The 'wheel' in the top left is great for easy volume control and since I'm a standard PC user, not a graphics artist, I'd only use it for that.The one thing I hate about it, and is the reason I returned it, is it lays flat. Almost all keyboards give you the option to raise them on the back two legs, with good ones giving you two height options. I'm a user who always has it raised to the highest level because that's how I type, but this keyboard has no raise options at all, so it's a 'one size fits all' which makes no sense. I use a wrist support pad when working and now the keyboard is too low and I have to reach out for it in order to type this review. Not ideal at all especially as this price point.The vertical mouse is nice but light as a feather. For some this might be great but for me, I like a little weight to feel like I'm actually using the piece of tech vs pushing a marshmallow around. Other than the new design it doesn't feel any noticeably better to use in my hand, so this was returned to.All in all for at retail of $199 for the keyboard and another $99 for the mouse I expected a lot more from Logitech and am disappointed in both products. Many others will probably love them, or hate them, or fall somewhere in the middle but at $300 bucks for tech you can get for under $50 (keyboard and mouse) and from a company and brand as established as Logitech you should love them at first use.
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