The Logitech K120 is a very good choice for anyone who is very happy with a basic wired keyboard. The keys operate very smoothly and it is a great keyboard. If you are looking for a reliable basic keyboard that doesn't cost a fortune this is the one.
The letters and numbers on the keyboard that came with my HP started disappearing immediately upon use. I had looked at this Logitech K120 several times. I like it. I like the feel of the keys when I type. I just plugged it in and it was ready to go. Quality and better that the original keyboard that came with the HP. By the way, I had to replace the mouse on that HP computer within 3 months of purchasing and I got a Logitech wireless mouse which works great. CPU on the HP still works great.
works ok for what I do on computer did not need a fancy one with all the special keys. It's easy to see letters are big & bright. It's not small or big and bulky. Only set back is cord could be a little longer but then my work area is not set up as compact as most people. Good deal for the price. Did not get extended warranty felt if it broke I would just buy another since it was not that expensive and did not want to wait for company to send mailing package to return keyboard and wait for them to send another since it would take about a week or so to exchange out when I could just go buy another.
I bought this keyboard because on my old keyboard the number lock stopped working. The only way it would work is if I manually pressed the button. So I decided a new keyboard was in order. The problem still exists with the new keyboard. I called IYOGI support and they did some fooling around and got it to work. They went to the BIOS portion of the computer. Well, today it still isn't working properly. I contacted them today and I am awaiting a call back from them to see if we can get this fixed. Cheers and God Bless
The K120 works just fine - and is good value - except for one major problem. The left hand shift key refuses to convert "a" into upper case "A" ... and sometimes doesn't even type the lower case "a" when the shift key is pressed. We read other reviews around the internet and found others also reported issues with the left key - sometimes with "a" and sometimes with other letters.