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Logitech Illuminated Keyboard

Logitech Illuminated Keyboard
alaScore 93

11692 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11692 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the reliability and build quality. The usability and value for money also get good comments.

design, value for money, usability, build quality, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Keyboards the Logitech Illuminated Keyboard is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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alaTest has collected and analysed 472 user reviews of Logitech Illuminated Keyboard from The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards on

value for money, design, usability, build quality, reliability

90% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logitech diNovoEdge KeyboardLogitech K810 Bluetooth Illuminated KeyboardLogitech Illuminated Keyboard

Consumer review by: review summary for Logitech Illuminated Keyboard


alaTest has collected and analyzed 5423 user reviews of Logitech Illuminated Keyboard from The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Keyboards on

usability, value for money, design, build quality, reliability

89% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Logitech Illuminated Ultrathin Keyboard with BacklightingLogitech diNovo Edge Keyboard (Black)Logitech 920-003390 Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0 Plus

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Logitech diNovo Edge


As laptops eclipse desktops as "daily drivers," and computers make their way into the living room as media centers, a wireless keyboard starts to make a lot of sense.

Bluetooth connectivity. Rechargeable battery. Mac-specific keys. Integrated touchpad and media controls

Touchpad and buttons feel cramped. Small modifier keys (Command, Option, and Control) can stifle serious keyboard masters

A rechargeable battery, Mac-specific keys, and an integrated touchpad give the diNovo an edge, but it's a bit cramped for career typists to use every day


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Logitech Illuminated Keyboard Review


Illuminated (back-lit) keyboards are usually associated with gaming, but Logitech's Illuminated Keyboard is simply for those who want an agreeable [...]

I think that the Logitech Illuminated keyboard is an excellent, comfortable, keyboard. The PerfectStroke Key System has good mechanical properties and is comfortable to use in general. I would have personally preferred a shorter key travel (I type...

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Logitech diNovo Edge


Logitech recently updated its Media Center peripheral series and introduced the “diNovo Edge” a keyboard with an integrated trackpad. The company has gone on record to say that it is the world's best keyboard… Does it live up to this lofty claim? Read...

The keys of the diNovo Edge, in a sharp contrast to its slim shape and size are full sized keys. The keys are fairly well elevated and provide very good feedback. We were able to achieve very good typing speeds and even after hours of use did not feel...

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Fold Up and Roll Out


The iPad's main selling point is that it's not a laptop. On the other hand, you sometimes wish it were just a bit more, well, laptoppy.

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Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad


The Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad has a clever design, but it's too expensive and too heavy.

Clever mechanism. Takes up little additional space

Expensive. Heavy. Awkward to open and close. Keys are slippery and don't offer enough response when you type

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Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad


While it's technically possible to write on an iPad, for most people, laptops are still the mission-critical writing machine of choice. It's all about the keyboard: a virtual keyboard simply can't cut it.

The Logitech Tablet Keyboard for the iPad has a sturdy feel, iPad-specific control buttons, and its magnetic slipcover doubles as an iPad stand when typing, tilting to multiple angles.

The full-size keyboard's not as portable as a keyboard case solution. The plastic chassis feels a bit creaky on the edges, and the stand uses a fragile flip-out plastic piece. Some might prefer Apple's keyboard instead.

Priced to compete with Apple's Bluetooth keyboard, the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for iPad is a similarly shaped, well-functioning writing tool with a twist: its case doubles as an iPad stand.

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Logitech Tablet Keyboard (for iPad)


If you frequently use your iPad for writing or emailing, a Bluetooth keyboard is a must-have accessory, and the the Logitech Tablet Keyboard is a good option, but it doesn't offer any unique or special functionality.

Very comfortable full-size QWERTY keyboard. Lots of iPad-specific keys. Carrying case doubles as stand for iPad. Easy to connect

Heavy. Doesn't double as an iPad cover like many other add-on keyboard options

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Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 Keyboard and Laser Mouse


Logitech offers a huge selection of keyboards and mice that each cater to a different consumer, but its Wireless Desktop MK700 is meant for the everyday user that just needs a comfortable combo that won't break the bank. We're disappointed that it...

"Incurve" key design and cushioned palm rest alleviate wrist irritation; impressive battery life claims (three years for keyboard, one for mouse); Hyper-fast scroll dial offers incremental fluidity; inexpensive.

Doesn't use Logitech's new Unifying USB receiver or Darkfield laser sensor; Hyper-fast scroll dial inconveniently located underneath the mouse; lefties can't use the sculpted mouse; simple LCD screen adds unnecessary bulk to the keyboard design.

Although it's not our favorite keyboard and mouse combination, the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 set earns our recommendation for its comfortable "Incurve" key design, quick scrolling mouse, and impressive battery life. If you're looking to upgrade...

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Logitech Illuminated Keyboard


The Logitech Illuminated Keyboard is about as simple as it gets, so you get no built-in USB ports, scroll dials, or any of the other features in more expensive devices such as the Logitech G15 . Instead, for $80 it offers a sexy, quiet keyboard with a...

Comfortable; minimalist design; convenient backlit keys; strong tactile feedback; easy to install.

Lacks wireless support; no USB ports; fixed wrist pad attracts fingerprints.

The keys on the Logitech Illuminated Keyboard are comfortable to use and emit a satisfying click, but it lacks convenient features we've come to expect from a PC keyboard. Nevertheless, we think this Logitech is a practical, affordable, and convenient...

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Logitech Cordless Keyboard (Wii)


Nintendo Wii owners will be intimately familiar with that system's onscreen keyboard, which lets you hunt and peck with the Wiimote controller . It's perfectly good for entering quick-text snippets, like player names or Wi-Fi passwords, but it can...

Nintendo-certified wireless keyboard for Wii; plug-and-play setup; attractive, comfortable keyboard in the tradition of Logitech's PC models; also works with Windows PCs and Macs.

Lack of wrist rest may become uncomfortable over long typing sessions; you'll still need to keep the Wiimote handy for navigating onscreen menus; many other wireless keyboards work just as well on the Wii.

The Logitech Cordless Keyboard for Wii is a capable and comfortable keyboard for anyone who's doing a lot of text entry on the Nintendo game console, but it's not a must-have accessory.

Product Specifications


Apple Lightning Connector: No
Calculator Functionality: No
Chip Card Reader: No
Flexible Keyboard:No / Yes
Integrated Cursor Control:No / Not Applicable / Touchpad
Magnetic Card Reader: No
Numerical Block Included:No / Yes
Remote Control: No
Separate Mouse Included:No / Yes
USB:No / USB 2.0 / Yes
USB Hub:No / Yes
Voice Control: No

General Features

Platform:Console / Media Tablet / PC / Mac / Webbook
Supported Console:Nintendo Wii / Not Applicable / Sony Playstation III
Type:Keyboard / Numeric Pad
Type of Connection:Bluetooth / Cable / Radio Transfer