It's the only keyboard for me!
I have always liked logitech products. I have a logitech wired trackball - you know the one that costs $250.00 because it's the best trackball on the market, yeah i have one of those, and i have logitech speakers and i have a logitech web cam. Yeah, i really like logitech. When i got a new laptop, i wanted a full keyboard for it, so i chose logitech. That was march of 2016.I have a 17 year old cat named alexander who likes to chew on cords. He chomped on the keyboard cord enough so that one day, it made that usb connecting noise even when i wasn't near the computer. I knew that my little furry friend had fried my keyboard at that point. So, when i looked for a new keyboard, i of course chose logitech. I looked at others that were slightly less expensive, or would have gotten here sooner, but i really wanted logitech because that's what my cat destroyed.My son was disappointed that i chose this keyboard because he says it's noisy. I told him he should be happy that i don't have an old ibm model f mechanical keyboard, because those are like listening to a machine gun when the user types really fast. I don't like silent keyboards because i need feedback, and the logitech gives just enough in the keys and sound so i know i have actually hit the key without looking at the screen. That's important when you touch type.The other reason i chose this keyboard is because it has enough keys, and not too many. It has a number pad, and the default f keys (function keys). It as well has the print screen, scroll lock and pause/break keys. Yes, i use those keys because i often work in the command line. I don't need extra programmable keys, and i don't want a curvy ergonomic keyboard, either. This keyboard is really perfect for heavy use.The attached picture is my 17 year old cord chewer, alexander.