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Keyboards in the test: Four times Logitech and Microsoft in comparison

Keyboards in the test: Four times Logitech and Microsoft in comparison

Conclusion

Logitech Internet Navigator Keyboard: This keyboard impressed me the most, as it offers reasonable performance for a very affordable price, which is a has also had an impact on the price/performance rating. Even after thinking about it several times and looking back at the test days, I couldn't find any disadvantages. A purchase recommendation is clearly given here.

Logitech Internet Navigator Keyboard
  • Design
  • Usability
  • Ergonomics
  • Hotkeys
  • Software
  • nothing negative

Logitech Cordless Desktop Optical: Definitely great in terms of comfort and design. The wireless technology is convincing and does not pose a problem even over longer distances. Only the price can put you off, but if you are still looking for a good keyboard (optical mouse incl.), I can only recommend the Cordless Desktop Optical.

Logitech Cordless Desktop Optical
  • Wireless technology
  • Design
  • Ergonomics
  • Optical mouse incl.
  • Hotkeys
  • Software
  • Usability
  • Price
  • No LEDs

Microsoft Office Keyboard : The Microsoft Office Keyboard scores very well in the area of ​​features and hotkeys, but it also has two negative points due to its size and the required training period. The latter, however, disappears over time. If you work a lot and often with the computer and want to quickly open the files/programs you often need using a hotkey, the Office Keyboard is the right choice, as it also offers good ergonomics and ease of use. Clear purchase recommendation for prolific writers and office workers, but unsuitable for LAN gamers due to its size as it is relatively difficult to store.

Microsoft Office Keyboard
  • Ease of use
  • Ergonomics
  • Hotkeys
  • Integrated hand rest
  • Design
  • Training required
  • Size

Microsoft Wireless Desktop: The wireless desktop is convincing due to its small size and low weight, in addition there is the good ease of use. The hotkeys provide quick access to the most important functions and thus fulfill their purpose. A mechanical mouse (wireless desktop mouse, 5 buttons) is also included, which is well made and easy to use. However, I think the price of around 80 euros is a bit too high. Purchase recommendation for users who prefer something wireless, simple and light without a lot of frills.

Microsoft Wireless Desktop Keyboard
  • Mouse incl.
  • radio technology
  • usability
  • size
  • hotkeys
  • price

Final sentence: A lot has happened on the keyboard market. Instead of gray, rectangular boxes with keys, you now type on comfortable and attractive keyboards, which also offer a wealth of functions and hotkeys. They also offer excellent ergonomics and ease of use paired with easy installation of the hardware and software. With this article I have given an overview of the four test candidates as well as their positive and negative properties, which, however, in the end, may be your decision-making, even if it is difficult. At this point I would like to thank Logitech and Microsoft once again for the hardware they provided.

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