Released April, 2010
The Pros:Plug-and-play - no software required. Easy to type on - quiet keys with a short travel distance. Long warranty period - 3 years.
The Cons:Doesn't support PS/2 connections - adapter must be purchased separately. Very basic design - no mulimedia or function keys. Poor ergonomics - no wrist rest included.
The Logitech K120 is a corded keyboard released as a precursor to the wireless Logitech K250. Likes it counterpart, the K120 works with both PC and Linux systems and offers a spill-resistant design that automatically drains liquids, in addition to a thin profile designed to keep one’s hands in a comfortable and neutral position.
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Designed for 10 million keystrokes, the K120 keyboard hosts especially long folding legs to increase the tilt by 8 degrees for enhanced ergonomics. Plus it plugs into an USB port and includes easy-to-read keys designed for individuals with less-than-perfect vision. It’s a very basic keyboard in that there are no media keys, but it’s very popular due to its inexpensive price.
- Corded Keyboard
- PC/Linux Compatibility
- Slim/Lightweight Profile
- Spill-Resistant Design
- Long Folding Legs
- USB Connectivity
- Brightly Labeled Keys
- 3-Year Limited Warranty
- Part Number: PN 920-002478
- Compatibility: XP, Vista, 7, Linux
- Connectivity: USB
- Warranty: 3-Year
User Reviews (5)
plug-and-play - no software required
easy to type on - quiet keys with a short travel distance
long warranty period - 3 years
great for kids - spill-proof design with a drainage system
doesn't support PS/2 connections - adapter must be purchased separately
very basic design - no mulimedia or function keys
poor ergonomics - no wrist rest included
not suitable for typists requiring tactile feedback
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