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Deck Heim Pro 108 CLEARANCE
The Logitech K380.
GK888B, which came up a couple of days ago, looks back on its use.
Because it's for company use
- It should not be loud.
- It is good if there is some sense of touch.
- Tenki is good. (Because of Excel work)
- It is good if it is wireless.
- RGB LED is not good. The search was based on five basic prerequisites:
Prior to this purchase, Logitech K780 was the top priority,
I made a purchase as if I had seen a pre-sale post in a neighborhood.
What I personally feel is
- With Bluetooth connection, it is possible to connect various devices to 3 devices.
- I feel a good sense of body (this is strictly personal).
- Both wired and wireless are available (USB-C type).
- It is more extensible than the GK888B array (it is not a mini-array), so you can get used to the old keyboard.
4-1. Especially, it is very good whether it is office or business.
- English, Korean / English version can be selected. I personally memorized the keyboard, I chose the clean English version.
The downside I personally felt was
- Bluetooth pairing is not easy.
Although the GK888B is also used, it can not be newly paired with one device connected.
Device # 1 - Keyboard connected Device # 2 - If you want to pair your keyboard, you need to turn off Bluetooth on device 1 or shut down device to connect device # 2.
I did not do this at first, so I just knocked on the keyboard.
- Locate the power button
I do not know why it is between ESC and F1.
It is so extraordinary.
The GK888B is made of side rubber, but the GK898B is made of plastic.
- Lightly chewing
Press Fn + F9 to adjust the stroke in 3 steps
If you type a batter immediately after the stroke, you may feel chewing.
But it also appears a little randomly.
I waited for the K780 discount and ran the GK898B for reasonable consumption.
I am personally satisfied.