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Logitech K100 Black PS/2 Wired Slim Classic Keyboard

Logitech K100 Black PS/2 Wired Slim Classic Keyboard
alaAverage 4.7

3 reviews

May, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Logitech K100 Black PS/2 Wired Slim Classic Keyboard. The average rating for this product is 4.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Keyboards for all reviews. People really like the size and price.

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On average, users rate this product 93/100.

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Logitech K100 Keyboard


Works great with standard PS2 port and a Iogear KVM switch ; It was nice to be able to get into the BIOS without any problems ; I know that the newer mobos have a UEFI BIOS which allow for usb keyboards but for older models this is the best ; I like...


Jan, 2012

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Works with KVM


Ordered it on Wednesday and received it on Friday. Thanks Newegg.

Retail box with instructions that match the keyboard (unlike Newegg's Logitech 967674-0120 OEM). Normal (US) keyboard layout with all keys in the right location (unlike Newegg's Logitech 967674-0120 OEM). Plug ‘n play with Win7 64-bit and my Iogear...

No PS2 to USB adapter included, but for the price I didn’t expect one. Tilt legs are too short for the right tilt angle. The keys feel nearly flat making it a bit difficult to keep the fingers in the right position for typing. Made in China

Jan, 2012

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Cheap, and good


Keys have a good feel and amount of travel. Uses a PS/2 port instead of a usb which is nice for people wanting to free up their usb ports

Leds that specify caps num and scroll locks are a little bright, but that could be a pro for people that like all sorts of lights everywhere

Sep, 2011