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The K350 features a cushioned palm rest, up to three years of battery life, a tiny receiver that stays in your notebook and reliable wireless capabilities.

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Sam's Club Members: Logitech K350 Wireless Keyboard on sale for $22.98. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free for Sam's Club Plus Members or starts at $2.98. This is typically around $30.

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Bought one today actually. I took one look at it after opening and thought this isn't going to work. The wave design is ok after using it for a few hours. Definitely not as quiet as a chicklet style keyboard. Buttons galore. When typing it doesn't feel cheap but it doesn't feel amazing either. The palm rest is initially pretty ok. Was expecting something crappier but I'm glad I bought it vs some used wired one locally.
The year 2000 called, and they want their keyboard back.

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Do you need a Sam's Club membership to purchase this online?
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Bought one today actually. I took one look at it after opening and thought this isn't going to work. The wave design is ok after using it for a few hours. Definitely not as quiet as a chicklet style keyboard. Buttons galore. When typing it doesn't feel cheap but it doesn't feel amazing either. The palm rest is initially pretty ok. Was expecting something crappier but I'm glad I bought it vs some used wired one locally.
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I bought this 2 years ago. It is ok but it will make noise yes.
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I saw this at Walmart on display and I hated it. Hard to find a replacement for my Microsoft Natural 3000 which is wireless
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The year 2000 called, and they want their keyboard back.
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Not bad deal for the keyboard only. Have been using these keyboard exclusively for the last 7+ years. There is somethings a sale for $35 for keyboard and mouse. They do make that clicky sound though. I don't mind it. Good deal if you need it now. I still have 2 more in inventory to burn thru.
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In the market for a wireless keyboard - how do these natural wave design keyboards work? Like I don't type exactly like typing classes 50/50 split between hands on the keyboard, is that gonna make this more challenging to use?
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I have had two of these with the mouse. I have no complaints other than the fact if you game the letters wear off the keys. For day to day use its great.
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I DO NOT suggest these very old style keyboards unless you just have to have that curve with the keyboard. The G710+ that I've had for years (replaced one that got water damage so two technically) is by far the best keyboard on the market still to this day.

I know some of you worship YouTubers as the defacto source and if Linus Tech Tips is worth anything.. he personally used/uses the G710+.. someone that has keyboards thrown at him left and right (I don't know how he dodges them all, some like G710+ are very heavy).

G710+
  • Full row of G-Keys that take seconds to program, that can easily work with anything from MS Office to advanced gaming macros
  • Waaaaaay better volume control than this.. the volume rotation thingy is soft to the touch, easy to clean, stays new looking and just works. I dont even have to look down to use it due to its placement
  • 3 different modes. This is excellent if you have your keyboard setup for a particular game or program and want to seemlessly switch.. like I play this vial game Ark (hopefully I quit one day, I have an addiction to it) and it defidently benefits from G keys but if I accidently press them on normal things like a web browser, things go crazy so I have my default on M1 and Ark on M2 (there are 3 dedicated buttons for completely different profiles).
  • Size, it is a smaller frame so it fits on a keyboard drawer slide MUCH better than this and the bottom palm rest is removable so you can have easy access to all the top keys without have to fumble just to reach them (I personally must have a drawer key, I dont like my arms really high up for hours on end).
  • Style wise I think everyone can agree the Logitech still to this day looks nicer than 99% of keyboards out there and there's not RGB vommit all over it.. it's classy and to the point. The orange on the side can very easily be taken out and painted even with plastidip if you want to change color later (my fingers never touch the orange plastic nor does anything rub against it so seriously, plastidip would work).
  • Keys on the G710+ by default have rings to reduce noise while still being mechanical keys. If you dont know what mechanical keys are, they are the best keys you can type on for any device out there. Instead of a plastic mat that goes under all the keys and helps push them back up, mechanical keys each have its own small box with an actual spring in it. They return the key back up significantly faster, giving a much much better typing experience. Originally designed to help typewriter typist to transition over to using computers, mainly in the US Government and tech firms... now 90% of the market is for gamers.
I know the G710+ cost a lot more than this but
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The curved style is played and tired but this keyboard is a please to type on. I need one for myself.
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I would have got this if it has BT connectivity so that I can switch between my two laptops.
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I DO NOT suggest these very old style keyboards unless you just have to have that curve with the keyboard. The G710+ that I've had for years (replaced one that got water damage so two technically) is by far the best keyboard on the market still to this day.

I know some of you worship YouTubers as the defacto source and if Linus Tech Tips is worth anything.. he personally used/uses the G710+.. someone that has keyboards thrown at him left and right (I don't know how he dodges them all, some like G710+ are very heavy).

G710+
  • Full row of G-Keys that take seconds to program, that can easily work with anything from MS Office to advanced gaming macros
  • Waaaaaay better volume control than this.. the volume rotation thingy is soft to the touch, easy to clean, stays new looking and just works. I dont even have to look down to use it due to its placement
  • 3 different modes. This is excellent if you have your keyboard setup for a particular game or program and want to seemlessly switch.. like I play this vial game Ark (hopefully I quit one day, I have an addiction to it) and it defidently benefits from G keys but if I accidently press them on normal things like a web browser, things go crazy so I have my default on M1 and Ark on M2 (there are 3 dedicated buttons for completely different profiles).
  • Size, it is a smaller frame so it fits on a keyboard drawer slide MUCH better than this and the bottom palm rest is removable so you can have easy access to all the top keys without have to fumble just to reach them (I personally must have a drawer key, I dont like my arms really high up for hours on end).
  • Style wise I think everyone can agree the Logitech still to this day looks nicer than 99% of keyboards out there and there's not RGB vommit all over it.. it's classy and to the point. The orange on the side can very easily be taken out and painted even with plastidip if you want to change color later (my fingers never touch the orange plastic nor does anything rub against it so seriously, plastidip would work).
  • Keys on the G710+ by default have rings to reduce noise while still being mechanical keys. If you dont know what mechanical keys are, they are the best keys you can type on for any device out there. Instead of a plastic mat that goes under all the keys and helps push them back up, mechanical keys each have its own small box with an actual spring in it. They return the key back up significantly faster, giving a much much better typing experience. Originally designed to help typewriter typist to transition over to using computers, mainly in the US Government and tech firms... now 90% of the market is for gamers.
I know the G710+ cost a lot more than this but
I bought the G710+'s from a slickdeal deal a while ago like 2015 and still like them to this day. Surprised that they have a large following.
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