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Ultra low-profile stylish keyboard
Instant one-touch access to a calculator
Spill resistant
Soft-touch notebook keys ensuring user comfort
1.85 meter cable
UK layout
USB connection
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#1
I had this keyboard for five years, loved the quiet, low-profile keys. On later models, they've squished the arrow keys into the main group of keys, a bit of a shame. This classic layout works great.

Heat
#2
gherkingHUD
I had this keyboard for five years, loved the quiet, low-profile keys. On later models, they've squished the arrow keys into the main group of keys, a bit of a shame. This classic layout works great.

Heat


Just wondering if the hot keys can be programed to other functions?
#3
Spill proof, always a bonus. My son emptied a can of diet coke on my laptop, pity it wasn't spill proof, lol. Heat added, great price.
#4
I have the compact one with the squashed arrow keys. This looks much better. Hope it's the same action
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roister

Just wondering if the hot keys can be programed to other functions?


I think they can, but it'll require extra software, with either logitech's setpoint of some other remapping software.
As I remember, the hotkeys work through the standard windows drivers anyway, so changing them will require something like this free tool: http://www.autohotkey.com/

Cheers buddy
G
#6
gherkingHUD
roister

Just wondering if the hot keys can be programed to other functions?


I think they can, but it'll require extra software, with either logitech's setpoint of some other remapping software.
As I remember, the hotkeys work through the standard windows drivers anyway, so changing them will require something like this free tool: http://www.autohotkey.com/

Cheers buddy
G


Thanks for the info.

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