Finally, a new Logitech Wave Keys keyboard has arrived
If you’ve been waiting for Logitech to revamp their trusty Wave keyboard, look no further as team Logi has created the new Logitech Wave Keys keyboard, and it might just become the best office keyboard in the market. Wireless? Check. Mac support? Check. Comfy? Check.
Nailing all necessities on the dot, the Logitech Wave Keys keyboard was just announced on Wednesday, and it seems to be the best ergonomic keyboard to provide the highest amount of comfort at your computer desk. Built with a curvy keyboard layout, hence the “Wave”, the shape of the peripheral is designed so that the hands of the user are angled at a more natural position.
The build of the keyboard is also combined with a cushioned palm rest to allow for better wrist support. There’s even a feature for adjustable tilt to further extend the amount of comfort for the user. Looking more and more like the best keyboard on the market, the new Wave keyboard looks like love, and comfort, at first sight.
The fact that this keyboard is not mechanical is one feature that can disinterest some typists out there. The lifespan of the membrane keyboard may not last as long as other mechanical ones, which often last millions of clicks. However, the trade-off is that membrane switches don’t require nearly as much force to push down on as mechanical switches tend to, which means that the average user is putting less strain on their hands when pressing down on the keys.
In addition, the keys themselves provide a nice feedback and clacking sound. Logitech’s software allows the user to customize the function keys, which is not the case with their earlier boards. Another fantastic option for people with disabilities or those wishing to prevent repetitive movement injuries is the ability to bind shortcuts for repetitive movements.
Priced at $59, the Logitech Wave Keys keyboard is an excellent choice for the office, with great built quality and an affordable price tag that allows any level of typist to enjoy its outstanding features.