||12-06-2012 04:02 AM
Originally Posted by longview (Post 55741434)
I agree with unifying receiver more stable than bluetooth, but whats the point of mentioning that when this keyboard is about Easy-Switch technology between three devices like computer, phone, tablet? which cannot be done via unifying receiver.
You going to make this post on all other bluetooth keyboard threads as well? Just buy one of many many Logitech unifying usb keyboards then, as I've plenty of them, but none do this easy switching.
Well, the point
for me is that I like the look of this keyboard... the overall styling, with the low-key-travel island-style keys with laser etched backlighting, and even the lack of the number pad (I've never been one much for using it.) The point
is that of the many Logitech keyboards, wired or wireless, backlight or not, I would prefer this one, but only if it used the unifying receiver. Whether or not bluetooth is the feature that makes possible the whole point of this keyboard
, it's also the feature that keeps me from buying it.
I'm not criticizing the use of bluetooth, I'm just saying it doesn't work for me. If they added the ability to hand off between a unifying receiver and bluetooth devices, I'd definitely be sold on it. Short of that, or full unifying receiver version, I won't add my desktop the the mix, and won't buy it solely as a keyboard for mobile devices.