Logitech Ergo K860 Review

The Logitech Ergo K860 keyboard, has recently joined the company’s ergonomic mouse category. I’ve been testing out the Ergo K860 for about a week now, and while the keyboard is in a positive way, encourages better movement of the hand and habits, and I found its design a little bit hard to get used to it. Also, it introduced me to new features, now I want to have every new keyboard. Typists looking for a ergonomic split-design keyboard that you should consider is the Logitech Ergo K860. This is the The Logitech Ergo K860 Review.

The Logitech Ergo K860 Review: Design

Ergo K860 provides dual, ergonomic design and quality. The split keyboard design that splits the keys into two halves, in the middle of it is designed to keep your hands and fingers in a consistent position, so that you don’t have to strain your nerves over and over again.

What is the tension in your nerves, muscles, and other small parts in your hands, is ergonomically designed technology, with the goal of relieving. If it is not treated, it’s a bad practice, it can lead to rsi (repetitive strain injury (RSI), which can often lead to physical therapy. Ergo K860 does not replace therapy, but the Logitech had a keyboard, certified by the US Ergonomics, a firm’s independent, which recommends the technology to avoid the need for medical intervention.

Logitech has also implemented an invention of the wrist, other than that, it is composed of three layers of padding. The top layer is a woven fabric that is on the Logitech, you can clear it quickly. Below that, there is a memory foam cushion for the wrist. At the bottom, there is a resistant, high-density foam to provide proper support.

Under the support of the wrist and you’ve got a couple of feet, and with two settings for the height: less than four degrees and a minus-seven degrees celsius. The different settings of the height of the standard, to the back of the keyboard, but the back to the front. This allows your wrists to be at a proper angle regardless of your height.


The function of the media key row at the top of the Logitech Ergo K860 has a few stylish tricks (though none of them are unique. To get started, you can connect the keyboard to up to 3 different devices and switch between them using the select your device from the buttons labeled 1, 2, and 3 (in that you have a laptop, a tablet and a phone symbol next to them, etc.).

I have used this feature to switch between the two MacBooks, and an iPad Pro, and it has worked perfectly ever since the Rise K860 supports both the USB wireless adapter from Logitech includes the Bluetooth for the connection to the secondary and tertiary devices. It is, of course, you also have a default function, and media keys.

To the left of the three buttons on the device there is a button to “Print Screen”, which behaves differently on a mac than on a pc. A single click on a Mac to create an image, it replaces the Command-Shift-3 keyboard shortcut. Now, I want to let all of the keyboard companies to follow suit.

On the right, there are scroll buttons to open the device’s time zone and from the lock screen of the device. The second button is perfect for when I need to leave my laptop at work.

The Logitech Ergo K860 Review: Performance

I’ve found mixed results when testing the Ergo K860 in one of the most challenging times of the year: CES. When I supported my colleagues in the editing of articles in the new york, I found out that I had to get used to the split keyboard layout. But for the most part, the my-touch trend is typical, it has helped me to navigate it with the keyboard so that my wrists could be kept in place.

The Logitech Ergo K860 Review

The problem that hit me was that it reminded me of the keys on the keyboard was on which side. These were mainly based on a, T, G, and B keys on the left half, and the Y, M, o, and N keys on the right half. It wasn’t the most challenging problem to overcome, but it introduced typographical errors, which I could not have done it on a regular keyboard.

This slowed down my typing speed a bit. However, I can’t tell you how other people are able to adapt themselves to the layout of the keyboard. Logitech told me that the people who use the keyboard, it took less than 2 days to get used to it, and 75% of the users reported that they the comfort of and posture is improved. However, the company does not make any warranties or guarantees.

Ergo K860 uses Logitech’s Perfect Stroke keyboard for the system, with mechanisms that provide a nice feedback for every single click. The middle letter on the key (s) are a fun touch, and I particularly noticed it when my fingers were resting on the keys. Function, is a modifier key and the space bar is convex, which is nice for the type.

I found the Ergo K860 multi-angle for typing, useful for you, because I have a standing desk at work, and my arms will fall at different angles on the keyboard. When I’m sitting on, the keyboard is flat, and when I’m standing, it’s the most (of not less than seven degrees) and down to my wrists and forearms are at a right angle.

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech Ergo K860 keyboard is $129 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon, shipping from the 30th of January. The keyboard will also be available from the Logitech.com for this month, and will arrive at select retailers in the coming months. Ergo K860 supports Windows 7, 8, and 10, and macOS x 10.13 or later and is compatible with iOS and Android devices via Bluetooth. You can either wait for Logitech Ergo K860 to last for up to two years on two AAA batteries.

The Logitech Ergo K860 Review: Conclusion

During the time I worked on it with the Lift K860, it has proven to be comfortable, but in my effort to adapt to the way you denied a few of the facilities that it offers. If you’re looking for an ergonomic keyboard, and you’re already used to the distributed design of the keyboard, and I’m pretty sure that the Logitech Ergo K860 will be a great addition to your desk. Its multiple height settings also give you a sitting and a standing typists, more options, more comfort.

That being said, in the future the division of the board, the typists might want to find one in a store to see how it feels before you plug in the device. For more options, check out our list of the Best Games on the Keyboard

Nine The Total Score

The Logitech Ergo K860 is a very good keyboard that is designed to improve your posture and reduce stress and tension.


  • A comfortable wrist rest
  • The keys provide good tactile feedback
  • Multiple-device support in the operating system
  • Easy to take screenshots on a mac


  • The division of design, and takes time to get used to