Are Logitech keyboards good?

Yes, Logitech keyboards are good while also being reasonably priced. Logitech manufactures a range of wired and wireless mechanical and membrane keyboards designed for specific purposes such as office work, home office work, gaming, and controlling smart devices.

The company is currently celebrating 10 years of consecutive growth since 2012 and has posted record profits.

Are Logitech keyboards better than other brands?

This will depend entirely on what you use your keyboard for or plan to use it for. If you’re a hardcore gamer then there’s a very good chance you will automatically gravitate toward SteelSeries or Razer keyboards simply because they’re specialized. The Logitech G9x range of gaming keyboards is good but they’re also trying to compete in a very established market.

Is Logitech a good brand?

Logitech is one of the better-known computer peripheral brands on the market. The company was founded in 1981 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The company then relocated to Silicon Valley, California which was in the early days of becoming the home of technological development in the United States. 

Logitech was an early trailblazer as a manufacturer of computer peripherals and was the first company to design and manufacture a wireless infrared mouse, a laser mouse, and a thumb-operated trackwheel.

And what started out as a company focused on constantly innovating ways to input data into a computer has grown to become a supplier of computer speakers, web and streaming cameras, video conferencing solutions, and even smart home devices.

Do Logitech keyboards work with Mac?

Yes, a select range of Logitech keyboards are designed to work with Apple Mac computers and macOS. In theory though any USB or Bluetooth keyboard could be connected to a Mac computer.

Do Logitech keyboards work with Linux?

Yes, you can use almost any Logitech keyboard with a Linux-based computer system. This includes both keyboards that connect via USB and via Wi-FI, although Logitech’s Unifying receiver software is not compatible with any current Linux OS.

Do Logitech products have a high failure rate?

Speaking anecdotally first, I have owned a wide range of Logitech products over the years and they all outlasted their warranty by several years. One set of speakers lasted at least seven years before I replaced them – but they weren’t defective. 

Reviewing poll and survey data from other sources, Logitech products have a failure rate that appears to be in the <5% range.

With that said, all consumer computer peripherals are susceptible to damage, and there is no way to guarantee that your Logitech keyboard or mouse will last even for the lifespan of its warranty.

Are there fake Logitech keyboards?

Yes, there are fake Logitech keyboards on the market right now, but that’s true of any number of counterfeit consumer electronic devices. If the price and deal for any particular keyboard appears to be too good to be true then it is most likely a cheap knock-off of a legitimate Logitech keyboard. 

A simple way to avoid this potential issue is to purchase your Logitech keyboards from a mainstream computer peripherals retailer, online or offline.

Are cheap Logitech keyboards good?

Even the most basic Logitech keyboards – those that cost less than $20 – are still far superior to other cheaper non-brand keyboards that you can find for sale online. A $20 non-brand keyboard is simply not manufactured to the same high standard as almost any Logitech keyboard you can think of.

Popular Logitech Products

Logitech is best known for its keyboards and mice but also its entire webcam range. 
For example, Logitech’s range of webcams is some of the most popular in the world, eclipsing the vast majority of their competitors. There are others on the market but Logitech has become the go-to brand in the webcam space.

Their keyboards and mice are very popular with office workers and people who have to input a lot of data. 

They also manufacture gaming keyboards (their G9x) range but they have stiff competition in that market from companies such as SteelSeries, Corsair, and Razer.

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