( 3.8 Average / 4 Ratings )
There are two models of this keyboard. The newer one has bluetooth support in addition to the wireless dongle, and that's the one I got. The touchpad only supports up to two-finger multitouch, and doesn't seem to be customizable without Logitech software, which is unavailable under Linux. I don't know if it's included in the Logitech configuration software, but there is no option on the keyboard itself to make the F1 through F12 keys the primary function and the OS shortcut buttons the secondary functionality accessed though the Fn key. At least it's backlit.
The touchpad configuration utility under Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon doesn't do a thing, and I don't know if a combination input device like this can have its touchpad functionality altered by directly modifying an Xorg configuration file.
I can't disable or enable two finger, edge scrolling, or tap to click, nor can I change what two-finger tap does. At the very least I can disable tap to click, but not change the scrolling, by holding the Fn key and then pressing the physical left mouse button on the keyboard, though it doesn't give any indication that it's been disabled.
Light yet solidly built. The keys are a bit mushy but not too bad- clearly not for gaming. The touch pad is decent but gesture capability limited. Still haven't found a third party software to expand this. Not a big deal since most times I remote in to control most of the functions of my NAS Htpc I use it on
Great for my HTPC, batery last long, and has LED backlite.
It's a great keyboard and touchpad for my HTPC internet needs. Build quality is good and is lightweight. The keyboard and touch pad is nice, plus the keys are backlit. Battery life lasts as it conserves energy by lowering the backlights after a couple seconds. Gesture scrolling is terrible for it tries.. but it is not perfect.