Wireless Keyboard K350

USD 59.99
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Wireless Keyboard K350

A comfort curve without the learning curve.

Curve appeal

Curve appeal

Your hands get cradled in comfort by the Comfort Wave Design—Wave + Curve + Palm Rest.

Cushy cushion

Cushy cushion

When you’re not typing, the cushioned palm rest will help make your hands happier.

Power-packed

Power-packed

The three-year battery life is so hassle-free you just might forget it uses batteries at all.

A wave-shaped keyboard—with a cushioned palm rest—puts you ahead of the comfort curve without the learning curve.

Wave-shaped key frame

Your fingers vary in length. So with its gradual wave-shaped contour, this keyboard supports the actual, varied lengths of your fingers. Learn more about how Logitech created the Comfort Wave Design.

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Three-year keyboard battery life

The extended battery life means you won’t spend your time tracking down new batteries. * Big on battery life? We are, too.

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Connect with ease

You pop the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver in your notebook and leave it there. You can even add more devices. Plug it. Forget it. Add to it.

Learn more about the Unifying receiver.

Download the unifying software

Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless

Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless

So you can work or play in more places—like your comfy couch—the long-range wireless connection virtually eliminates delays, dropouts, and interference. Learn more about Logitech wireless technologies.

Constant curve

Constant curve

The curved profile has a familiar shape and consistently sized keys, so you can type with comfort and confidence—without relearning how to type.

Cushioned, contoured palm rest

Cushioned, contoured palm rest

The palm rest helps position your hands comfortably on the keyboard—and offers a comfortable place to rest your palms when you’re not typing.

Adjustable keyboard height

Adjustable keyboard height

Three options for leg height allow you to adjust the keyboard to the height that feels most comfortable to you.

Instant media access

Instant media access

Convenient one-touch controls give you instant access to volume and media playback. A dedicated button starts Media Center.

Programmable keys

You’re in charge with programmable F-keys** you can easily customize to open your favorite applications, folders, or Web pages. Shortcuts? Hot keys? Programmable buttons? Find out more about SetPoint™ software.

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* Battery life calculation based on an estimated 2,000,000 keystrokes/year in an office environment. User experience may vary.
** Requires Logitech® SetPoint™ software (Windows), included with purchase and available for download at www.logitech.com/downloads.

Powering your wireless keyboard

More power to you

No one likes to run out of batteries. It’s a hassle. Scouring the house for new ones. Finding two that still have juice. Even making an extra trip to the store. At Logitech, we’re doing everything we can to make the hassle of replacing batteries hassle-free.


Batteries? What batteries?

Wireless keyboards let you avoid the inconvenience of cords. But unlike a corded keyboard (which is powered via USB and your computer), wireless keyboards use batteries, and batteries do run out of power.

Don’t even want to think about changing batteries? We’ve got just what you need. You can choose a keyboard with a battery life of 15 months—or even three years—and practically eliminate the hassle and expense of changing batteries.*


Learn more about the Logitech® Wireless Keyboard K350, featuring a three-year battery life.

Charge on

If rechargeable is more your style, we’ve got those too. You just put your keyboard in its charging base. It’s that easy. (Plus it’s good for the planet.)

Check out all of our rechargeable keyboards

* Battery life calculation based on an estimated 2,000,000 keystrokes/year in an office environment. User experience may vary.

Comfort Wave Design: The design of comfort

Typing is a big part of daily life. You do it automatically without really thinking about it. But, if you’re like most people, you’re feeling it. That’s what prompted us to rethink keyboard design and create a line of comfortable keyboards that don’t make you relearn how to type, unlike split keyboards.
See all Wave keyboards.

Watch the Wave video.

An idea right at our fingertips

We set out to create a keyboard that didn’t force you to conform to it—but rather one that conformed to you. The idea? A wave-shaped key frame with varying key heights to mirror the varying lengths of your fingers.

The keys hit by your little fingers would be the highest. Those hit by your middle fingers would be the shortest. You’d be in a more natural position so you wouldn’t need to twist and bend your hands and forearms to type.

Curve + Wave + Palm Rest

Not ones to rest on our laurels, we looked at all of our options. We tried linear designs. Curved designs. Palm rests and no palm rests. And all the possible combinations. When we put them to the test, the clear favorite was the keyboard with curve + wave + palm rest. The Wave keyboard was born.

Details, details

Unlike other curved keyboards, we used consistently sized keys. The subtle 5-degree curve was designed to let your hands open up and take a natural position instead of forcing your wrists to bend. And because each key is the same size and same distance from one another, you wouldn’t need to relearn how to type.

The cushioned, contoured palm rest mirrored the wave-shaped key frame. We added gentle indents to position your hands comfortably on the keyboard and used padded, soft upholstery so you’d have a cushy place to rest your palms when you’re not typing.

Comfort at last

To bring all this comfort to the achy masses, we had to completely redesign nearly every element of the assembly process and our packaging. But the results were worth it. Independent studies show that the Wave keyboards significantly reduce the four major points of discomfort—without causing a noticeable change in typing speed or accuracy.* It’s comfort made easy.

According to studies by two U.S. universities.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

System Requirements

  • Windows-based PC
    • Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows® 7
    • USB Port
    • Internet connection or CD-ROM drive


Warranty Information

  • 5-year limited hardware warranty

Package Contents

  • Keyboard
  • Logitech® Unifying receiver
  • Logitech® software CD
  • 2 AA batteries (pre-installed)
  • Receiver extender cable
  • User documentation

Part Number

  • PN 920-001996