Product Comparison: Corsair K83 vs Logitech K830
- For how small the trackpad is it works very well. Perfect size.
- For me this small but not tiny keyboard is awesome.
- Out of the box, this is really nifty. Small for factor, light weight, unobtrusive.
- The K83 feels much smoother and I like the key travel a lot. Good size for my desk.
- The concept is so superb though, lay on couch and have everything in one small package.
- The actual keys are nice, the materials are great. I like it.
- Despite the touchpad, the keyboard itself is fairly nice. It has full sized keys and the key layout is mostly standard.
- The keyboard itself is wonderful, it has a very nice tactile feel to it and is quite responsive, and those keys are perfect.
- Good key feel, they are chiclet style keys, but they have consider depth to them.
- The keys on the Corsair K83 feels odd, cheap, with too much travel distance, and noisy.
- Feels excellent. Good materials. Back feels a little bit cheap which is noticeable but durable.
- Touchpad is cool and is in the perfect spot, if simply using this as a portable trackpad+keyboard.
- Function lock is easy enough to understand and works out of the box.
- The corsair-signature volume wheel does its job and adds functionality that didn't exist in other corsair models.
- Default configuration consists of a hardly sensitive touchpad and an unreasonable scroll speed.