The Logitech Illuminated Keyboard cable fell off because this is not Suitable for the keyboard shortcuts for gamers and I think is overly expensive. Although I play rarely, but knew that would upset me someday.
Various other illuminated keyboards appeared not as high, not shining white or were not simply enough to me. When I remembered earlier to have ever owned a keyboard from Fujitsu-Siemens, which it could be very good touch, I hit finally here.
And I was not disappointed !!
Finally a product that you can buy and you have simply nothing to complain or get angry about something.
As a longtime customer of Logitech variety of products I know that Logitech often there is no alternative, because nothing works as reliable and ever so offers good features. What, however, has always bothered me at Logitech is that the quality of some is not 100% perfect and the durability is not always given, what was even more noticeable in recent years (prices equal to / higher quality and decreases).
Quite different this Fujitsu keyboard!
You can tell that it is not a function overweight "Trend object", but was built by a manufacturer who places great value on quality and office / Office usability.
In addition, has a 1A quality, at a price where there is only cheapest standard Logitech keyboards that can not keep up rudimentary here.
It works flawlessly. The buttons can be tap class and are to extremely quiet and not at all rickety. I could without exaggerating my typing speed and accuracy increase by about 1/4 compared to my old.
The keys are indeed flatter than normal, but I am accustomed dadran super fast, even while gaming!
The design is great too. She taps her true as a professional office equipment, but fortunately does not like this. Simple, flat, top quality. Standard layout !! And no double assignments with any special keys, because they are well stocked all mounted side by side on a separate bar.
Lighting sets the whole course of the crown.
Here a bit was often written by a poor illumination and I can understand what it means. However, this is more of a "viewing angle dependency" because the lamps so the keys are in it and you were, something looks on NP diagonal angle on the light away.
I think that however far from being a defect, but rather a nitpicking, because the buttons can be easily read under all angles and lighting conditions and ugly lighting does not look so.
What also is practical: Plug and Play. Connect and go.
No software, no programming of 30 special keys.
The most important buttons are mounted above (Standby, volume / sound interruptions, Play, Stop, Pause, Forward, Back, Email, Browser, Calculator) and of course the key for lighting.
I am impressed.
Conveniently (or the others are too expensive;)) and then as a super keyboard that is high quality and super functional and also looks good and is illuminated.