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>> Hey guys it's Justin Yu, associate editor for CNET.com with a first look at the Logitech wireless K350 keyboard. Now I know what you're thinking - it does look a lot like the Logitech cordless desktop wave keyboard from last year, with the set of media keys running across the top edge. You're right, in fact it looks exactly the same but with a few new features. So let's talk about the layout. Now this wave design angles the keys on the edge, bringing the 2 rows in the middle up toward your fingers, and pushes the other rows lower to accomodate the different lengths of your fingers. Now in our experience these subtle changes really do create a more natural fit for your hand than a traditional keyboard does, and since all the keys remain the same size, we were able to adjust to it in minutes not days. Now the other big change is the addition of Logitech's unifying receiver, which lets you connect a single USB plug to up to 6 compatible mice and keyboards. Now this means that you can free up your precious USB ports, but it also means that your marrying into the Logitech brand. So don't get me wrong though - it's not a bad thing since Logitech has a great reputation, but it's something to keep in mind before buy. So you should definitely check out our forward view for all the details, but that's going to do it for me. I'm Justin Yu and you just took a first look at the Logitech wireless K350 keyboard. Thanks for watching. ^m00:01:16 [ Music ]
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