We start by taking a closer look at the specifications of the Waves Keys from Logitech, which I found via their website.
Specifications of Logitech Waves Keys
Around the Waves Keys
Waves Keys is a keyboard where ergonomics and the environment are the big issues. As you can see, a large part of the keyboard is made of recycled plastic. Next to that, the keyboard has certification to be CO2 neutral. The shape itself is made to provide a comfortable experience when using the keyboard, which applies throughout the day.
In the box, not many accessories come. We actually only have the keyboard and a dongle which is hidden inside the keyboard.
Wave Keys is a nice and stylish keyboard, with a very special design. The wavy shapes should help to provide good comfort, where the hands are placed naturally on the keyboard, and make them comfortable to use all day. The wrist support is equipped with three layers of memory foam, which in turn ensure comfort.
Wave Keys do not need to be charged or have a wire in them. Instead, two AAA batteries are used, which also ensure a battery life of up to three years. Which should probably make sure you forget everything about when it last had its batteries changed.
To be able to connect the keyboard, you must either use the included dongle or make use of bluetooth, where the keyboard has three profiles it can store. It also allows you to have the keyboard connected to several different devices, which you can switch between.
On the back, we have coating to keep the keyboard firmly in place, even on slightly more slippery surfaces. You can also adjust the height of the keyboard. Where it can be adjusted with two different heights.
The test – Use and comfort
Normally this part would go on I tested the keyboard in a few different scenarios, from office use, comfort and gaming. But since the keyboard, as such, is not aimed at the gamer, I want to focus on the other two areas.
I have therefore chosen to use the setup with Waves Keys at my work computer, where I have been using it for a long period of time. First of all, the comfort, it's a really cool experience. Although it looks a bit silly with the waves on the keyboard, it works really well. The hands also do this, creating a natural position at the keyboard.
In the beginning, however, it required a bit of getting used to, among other things because the keys are located at different heights, but you quickly get used to this. However, I experienced some typos when I had to use the Alt key, where I think the shape of the keyboard is a bit different than I'm usually used to, and therefore hit CTRL instead.
It's not that I experienced faster typing with the Waves Keys, but I definitely experienced during the test that my hands relaxed more when I sat at the keyboard and used it for a long time.
I was able to find a price for Waves Keys from Logitech at a price of 100$.
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Logitech Waves Keys, can undoubtedly create a different design when it is on your desk. If it is also combined with the Logitech Lift, which is their mouse, then we really have a special combination of equipment. But it works, and even if it takes some getting used to, it provides an incredibly high level of comfort, and is a plus when you work, and especially if it's about sitting at the computer for several hours. Besides that, it also makes sense to use batteries, since in many cases you want a clean look at the desk, and not have to find a cable to charge the keyboard now and then.
Next to that, almost three years of battery life can mean that you have to change the battery during that time, so that you are quickly ready again. Although the design is a little special, it also fits in well, and it is possible to choose between black and white, which makes it easy to find the set that best suits how you want the desk to look.
Again with the comfort, the Waves Keys surprised, and even though the waves can easily seem silly, it is something that makes sense, and especially when you have been sitting with it for some time. The whole thing is supported by a wrist support, which also works incredibly well, creating better support and comfort.
The price, which ends at 100$, has set it sharply, and besides they have also chosen to use recycled materials, you, as a consumer or company, cannot have a bad conscience about choosing Waves Keys, as a possible candidate. for the desk when you want to think about ergonomics and the environment.
I finish the test on the Waves Keys from Logitech, with a score of 9 out of 10. Although I can't come up with anything noteworthy under the cons of the Waves Keys, I still need a little more that we don't usually see, in order to the keyboard deserves a top score.