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Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity

Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity

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Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
Logitech Ergo K860 Wireless Ergonomic Keyboard with Wrist Rest - Split Keyboard Layout for Windows/Mac, Bluetooth or USB Connectivity
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Style: K860 Keyboard


Features

  • Improved typing posture: Type more naturally with a curved, split KeyFrame. The sloping keyboard reduces strain on your wrists and forearms.
  • Pillowed wrist rest: the curved wrist rest offers 54% more wrist support and reduces wrist bending by 25% compared to a standard keyboard without Palm rest.
  • Perfect stroke keys: scooped keys match the shape of your fingertips. Type with confidence on a wireless keyboard crafted for comfort, Precision, and fluidity.
  • Adjustable Palm lift: seated or standing, keep your wrists in a comfortable, natural posturewith tilt legs of 0, -4, and -7.
  • Ergonomist Approved: Ergo K860 is certified to improve posture and lower muscle strain.
  • Familiar features: conveniently connect with USB receiver or Bluetooth wireless technology from up to 10 meters*, customize FN key functions, enjoy quiet keys, full-size layout and caps lock indicator.

Description

Style:K860 Keyboard Type naturally with Ergo k860—an advanced ergonomic keyboard that promotes an improved typing posture. The curved, split key frame reduces muscle strain on your wrists and forearms—keeping your hands, neck and shoulders relaxed. you’ll confidently Type on perfect stroke keys—crafted for precision and fluidity. Increased key stability reduces noise and optimizes responsiveness so you feel—but don't hear—every keystroke. an integrated numpad, multi-device capabilities, and two-year battery life ensure that you won't compromise performance for ergonomics. ergo K860 has been designed, developed, and tested to improve posture and lower muscle strain. Ergo K860 is certified ergonomic by United States ergonomics. compared to a traditional Logitech keyboard without palm rest battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.


Brand: Logitech


Series: Logitech K860


Item model number: 920-009166


Hardware Platform: PC


Item Weight: 2.56 pounds


Product Dimensions: 9.17 x 17.95 x 1.89 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 9.17 x 17.95 x 1.89 inches


Batteries: 2 AAA batteries required. (included)


Manufacturer: Logitech


Date First Available: January 15, 2020


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Style: K860 Keyboard


Features

  • Improved typing posture: Type more naturally with a curved, split KeyFrame. The sloping keyboard reduces strain on your wrists and forearms.
  • Pillowed wrist rest: the curved wrist rest offers 54% more wrist support and reduces wrist bending by 25% compared to a standard keyboard without Palm rest.
  • Perfect stroke keys: scooped keys match the shape of your fingertips. Type with confidence on a wireless keyboard crafted for comfort, Precision, and fluidity.
  • Adjustable Palm lift: seated or standing, keep your wrists in a comfortable, natural posturewith tilt legs of 0, -4, and -7.
  • Ergonomist Approved: Ergo K860 is certified to improve posture and lower muscle strain.
  • Familiar features: conveniently connect with USB receiver or Bluetooth wireless technology from up to 10 meters*, customize FN key functions, enjoy quiet keys, full-size layout and caps lock indicator.

Description

Style:K860 Keyboard Type naturally with Ergo k860—an advanced ergonomic keyboard that promotes an improved typing posture. The curved, split key frame reduces muscle strain on your wrists and forearms—keeping your hands, neck and shoulders relaxed. you’ll confidently Type on perfect stroke keys—crafted for precision and fluidity. Increased key stability reduces noise and optimizes responsiveness so you feel—but don't hear—every keystroke. an integrated numpad, multi-device capabilities, and two-year battery life ensure that you won't compromise performance for ergonomics. ergo K860 has been designed, developed, and tested to improve posture and lower muscle strain. Ergo K860 is certified ergonomic by United States ergonomics. compared to a traditional Logitech keyboard without palm rest battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.


Brand: Logitech


Series: Logitech K860


Item model number: 920-009166


Hardware Platform: PC


Item Weight: 2.56 pounds


Product Dimensions: 9.17 x 17.95 x 1.89 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 9.17 x 17.95 x 1.89 inches


Batteries: 2 AAA batteries required. (included)


Manufacturer: Logitech


Date First Available: January 15, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Improved typing posture: Type more naturally with a curved, split KeyFrame. The sloping keyboard reduces strain on your wrists and forearms.
  • Pillowed wrist rest: the curved wrist rest offers 54% more wrist support and reduces wrist bending by 25% compared to a standard keyboard without Palm rest.
  • Perfect stroke keys: scooped keys match the shape of your fingertips. Type with confidence on a wireless keyboard crafted for comfort, Precision, and fluidity.
  • Adjustable Palm lift: seated or standing, keep your wrists in a comfortable, natural posturewith tilt legs of 0, -4, and -7.
  • Ergonomist Approved: Ergo K860 is certified to improve posture and lower muscle strain.
  • Familiar features: conveniently connect with USB receiver or Bluetooth wireless technology from up to 10 meters*, customize FN key functions, enjoy quiet keys, full-size layout and caps lock indicator.

Description

Style:K860 Keyboard Type naturally with Ergo k860—an advanced ergonomic keyboard that promotes an improved typing posture. The curved, split key frame reduces muscle strain on your wrists and forearms—keeping your hands, neck and shoulders relaxed. you’ll confidently Type on perfect stroke keys—crafted for precision and fluidity. Increased key stability reduces noise and optimizes responsiveness so you feel—but don't hear—every keystroke. an integrated numpad, multi-device capabilities, and two-year battery life ensure that you won't compromise performance for ergonomics. ergo K860 has been designed, developed, and tested to improve posture and lower muscle strain. Ergo K860 is certified ergonomic by United States ergonomics. compared to a traditional Logitech keyboard without palm rest battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.


Brand: Logitech


Series: Logitech K860


Item model number: 920-009166


Hardware Platform: PC


Item Weight: 2.56 pounds


Product Dimensions: 9.17 x 17.95 x 1.89 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 9.17 x 17.95 x 1.89 inches


Batteries: 2 AAA batteries required. (included)


Manufacturer: Logitech


Date First Available: January 15, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jamie E - Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2020
Was great, either doesn't last or software updates make it suck
Update 02/2021 Well, has been just about 1 year and my keyboard has started losing connection while typing frequently. I have a feeling it is one of the recent logitech updates that is causing it since it seems to have started after a small one around January 2021, but otherwise I haven't figured out any way to get it to stay connected. It does start working on it's own, but I'm not always closely watching the screen and it's possible to lose a lot of input if you aren't paying attention. Seems to be more common in certain programs as well which is why I think it may be a software issue, but downgrading my rating unless this stops or logitech issues a software update that fixes it. A $130 keyboard should not have connectivity issues, period. Original I migrated from a Microsoft Sculpt which I have extensive tested for 5 or 6 years of programming and love the keyboard but the proprietary connectivity is so bad I had to get something else. Comparing this to the sculpt, the key layout is close but not exact, so it will have a learning curve before you get used to it. The wrist rest is better than the sculpt, but I still like the downslope that the sculpt has. This isn't bad, the sculpt is still a more natural feel for me based on my chair and desk height. Otherwise, this keyboard feels very secure on my desk, the keys are crisp with a short press distance but very good feedback. Setup was super easy, paired on my existing usb receiver with no problem, also can pair with my laptop using bluetooth, which is a plus. I don't really mind the no rechargeable batteries issue, I have current rechargeable keyboards and I have to recharge them every week or two, same with my MX anywhere mouse, so not a negative for me. My star deduction is for the lack of backlight. It's not something required, but in such an expensive product, it should be in there by default, MX keys and master both have backlit keyboards and are quite a bit cheaper. Anyway, so far it's working great, I hope it lasts a long time, it's definitely not a cheap product. If it was illuminated and/or about 20% cheaper, it would be a 5 star product.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By E.S. - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2020
No longer a Microsoft fanboy.
Since the release of the first Microsoft Natural Keyboard, I have been a faithful consumer. For work, home computing, and even gaming (for a substantial amount of time) I clung to the comfort and reliability of my funny-looking, split-keyed companion. Earlier this year, ignoring all the negative feedback, I upgraded to the MS Surface Ergonomic keyboard, determined to remain loyal and true. I wanted to love it, and as far as comfort, feel, build materials and typing experience, I did. But like many have said, the MS keyboard is plagued with connectivity issues that render it relatively useless. On a daily basis, it would disconnect, the driver would crash, and freeze my computer. In a work environment, when your giving a presentation to dozens of people, that is just unacceptable. So into the closet it went, and I returned to my old MS wired standby. Then, I discovered the Logitech Ergo K860. At $130 buckarinos, it was painful to purchase, but I kinda fell in love with the MS Surface Ergonomic keyboard's similar form factor and keys, that I decided to go out on a limb, and give the Logitech a shot. I was not disappointed. I already use the Logi wireless receiver for my trackball mouse, so I didn't even have to take up an extra USB port to use the keyboard. I simply opened up the logitech software, turned on the keyboard, and boom it connected flawlessly. I haven't had a single disconnect, or issue with mysteriously typing multiple characters, or system lag; all of which were constant with the MS board. I really like the thickness of the wrist pad and the ability to raise the slope of the keyboard up or down depending on your preference. I have an adjustable standing desk, so that feature comes in handy. The feel of the keys are comparable to the MS, though it is slightly edged out by the Surface keyboard. Same goes for the look, however, I'll take a functioning black keyboard over a slightly more attractive defective gray one any day of the week. The only thing I would ding this keyboard on is the shape of some of the keys. I won't go into each one specifically, as I expect that I'll eventually get used to all of them with time. Still it's a bit awkward while touch typing training your fingers to move over a few centimeters. I highly recommend this keyboard for anyone who is disappointed with MS's newest offering, wants to free themselves from a wired keyboard, likes the feel of laptop style keys, and prefers the comfort of a split key, ergonomic design.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan - Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2020
Another great Logitech peripheral. Pairs great with the MX Vertical ergonomic mouse!
Once I heard that Logitech was releasing this new split-style ergonomic keyboard I immediately pre-ordered it. The K860 fixed a few problems I was having with my older K350 ergonomic keyboard (mostly minor issues and personal preference things): -Official Mac support - the keys on the K860 have the proper Command and Option key logos/labeling. Not a huge problem, but it would get a little annoying to try and remember that the Start key for a Windows keyboard was the OPT key for Mac-specific ones, for example. -Slightly smaller size - Although its not much smaller, it looks a bit smaller on my desk compared to the K860. This is mostly because of the smaller bezels around the keys, but the keys themselves are normal sized. - Caps-lock key light - There is now an LED that tells you if Caps Lock is engaged on the K860 -Enhanced Function Keys - The lock button locks my Mac, the calculator button opens calculator. Everything with the enhanced Function Key shortcuts work perfectly now. The split keys were very easy to get used to, I was up to my normal typing speed within an hour. If you are a Mac user as well this one is a no-brainer due to official MacOS support. Although it is much more expensive than the K350 it offers a much better ergonomic design and feels a lot more "premium" thanks to the little touches like the ability to use it via Bluetooth, adjust the wrist-rest height, ability to pair with up to three devices, etc...

1.0 out of 5 stars
By F L A S H - Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2020
Not worth the asking price / Plastic
I was hoping when I unboxed this great looking ergonomic keyboard that the build would be a sturdier material and not a cheapy plastic case. I love Logitech input devices, but this particular keyboard is really cheaply made and should not have such a high price tag. If the keyboard was made from an aluminum alloy or another spill-proof material, it could easily be 4/5 stars.

Top Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jamie E - Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2020
Was great, either doesn't last or software updates make it suck
Update 02/2021 Well, has been just about 1 year and my keyboard has started losing connection while typing frequently. I have a feeling it is one of the recent logitech updates that is causing it since it seems to have started after a small one around January 2021, but otherwise I haven't figured out any way to get it to stay connected. It does start working on it's own, but I'm not always closely watching the screen and it's possible to lose a lot of input if you aren't paying attention. Seems to be more common in certain programs as well which is why I think it may be a software issue, but downgrading my rating unless this stops or logitech issues a software update that fixes it. A $130 keyboard should not have connectivity issues, period. Original I migrated from a Microsoft Sculpt which I have extensive tested for 5 or 6 years of programming and love the keyboard but the proprietary connectivity is so bad I had to get something else. Comparing this to the sculpt, the key layout is close but not exact, so it will have a learning curve before you get used to it. The wrist rest is better than the sculpt, but I still like the downslope that the sculpt has. This isn't bad, the sculpt is still a more natural feel for me based on my chair and desk height. Otherwise, this keyboard feels very secure on my desk, the keys are crisp with a short press distance but very good feedback. Setup was super easy, paired on my existing usb receiver with no problem, also can pair with my laptop using bluetooth, which is a plus. I don't really mind the no rechargeable batteries issue, I have current rechargeable keyboards and I have to recharge them every week or two, same with my MX anywhere mouse, so not a negative for me. My star deduction is for the lack of backlight. It's not something required, but in such an expensive product, it should be in there by default, MX keys and master both have backlit keyboards and are quite a bit cheaper. Anyway, so far it's working great, I hope it lasts a long time, it's definitely not a cheap product. If it was illuminated and/or about 20% cheaper, it would be a 5 star product.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By E.S. - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2020
No longer a Microsoft fanboy.
Since the release of the first Microsoft Natural Keyboard, I have been a faithful consumer. For work, home computing, and even gaming (for a substantial amount of time) I clung to the comfort and reliability of my funny-looking, split-keyed companion. Earlier this year, ignoring all the negative feedback, I upgraded to the MS Surface Ergonomic keyboard, determined to remain loyal and true. I wanted to love it, and as far as comfort, feel, build materials and typing experience, I did. But like many have said, the MS keyboard is plagued with connectivity issues that render it relatively useless. On a daily basis, it would disconnect, the driver would crash, and freeze my computer. In a work environment, when your giving a presentation to dozens of people, that is just unacceptable. So into the closet it went, and I returned to my old MS wired standby. Then, I discovered the Logitech Ergo K860. At $130 buckarinos, it was painful to purchase, but I kinda fell in love with the MS Surface Ergonomic keyboard's similar form factor and keys, that I decided to go out on a limb, and give the Logitech a shot. I was not disappointed. I already use the Logi wireless receiver for my trackball mouse, so I didn't even have to take up an extra USB port to use the keyboard. I simply opened up the logitech software, turned on the keyboard, and boom it connected flawlessly. I haven't had a single disconnect, or issue with mysteriously typing multiple characters, or system lag; all of which were constant with the MS board. I really like the thickness of the wrist pad and the ability to raise the slope of the keyboard up or down depending on your preference. I have an adjustable standing desk, so that feature comes in handy. The feel of the keys are comparable to the MS, though it is slightly edged out by the Surface keyboard. Same goes for the look, however, I'll take a functioning black keyboard over a slightly more attractive defective gray one any day of the week. The only thing I would ding this keyboard on is the shape of some of the keys. I won't go into each one specifically, as I expect that I'll eventually get used to all of them with time. Still it's a bit awkward while touch typing training your fingers to move over a few centimeters. I highly recommend this keyboard for anyone who is disappointed with MS's newest offering, wants to free themselves from a wired keyboard, likes the feel of laptop style keys, and prefers the comfort of a split key, ergonomic design.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan - Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2020
Another great Logitech peripheral. Pairs great with the MX Vertical ergonomic mouse!
Once I heard that Logitech was releasing this new split-style ergonomic keyboard I immediately pre-ordered it. The K860 fixed a few problems I was having with my older K350 ergonomic keyboard (mostly minor issues and personal preference things): -Official Mac support - the keys on the K860 have the proper Command and Option key logos/labeling. Not a huge problem, but it would get a little annoying to try and remember that the Start key for a Windows keyboard was the OPT key for Mac-specific ones, for example. -Slightly smaller size - Although its not much smaller, it looks a bit smaller on my desk compared to the K860. This is mostly because of the smaller bezels around the keys, but the keys themselves are normal sized. - Caps-lock key light - There is now an LED that tells you if Caps Lock is engaged on the K860 -Enhanced Function Keys - The lock button locks my Mac, the calculator button opens calculator. Everything with the enhanced Function Key shortcuts work perfectly now. The split keys were very easy to get used to, I was up to my normal typing speed within an hour. If you are a Mac user as well this one is a no-brainer due to official MacOS support. Although it is much more expensive than the K350 it offers a much better ergonomic design and feels a lot more "premium" thanks to the little touches like the ability to use it via Bluetooth, adjust the wrist-rest height, ability to pair with up to three devices, etc...

1.0 out of 5 stars
By F L A S H - Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2020
Not worth the asking price / Plastic
I was hoping when I unboxed this great looking ergonomic keyboard that the build would be a sturdier material and not a cheapy plastic case. I love Logitech input devices, but this particular keyboard is really cheaply made and should not have such a high price tag. If the keyboard was made from an aluminum alloy or another spill-proof material, it could easily be 4/5 stars.