During my search for a Backlit wireless Keyboard I came across this one:
As I have mentioned before:
Linux is a keyboard based Operating System (OS), in ‘Linux Speak’ that would be a terminal-centric distro. Basically, in Linux, the Mouse can point & click, but can only scroll about 1.5-2.0 lines per notch of the mouse wheel. In Linux, the keyboard scrolls better than the Mouse can.
However, as I have also mentioned, “Desktop” Linux does pretty good on a laptop since they don’t need a Mouse. Chromebooks have the same Mouse problem/s which may be a reason why Google only offers Chrome OS on Chromebook Laptops and not on desktop PC.
Another problem wid using “Desktop” Linux as a primary OS is its never-ending hardware ‘n software issues, so the Logitech K830 keyboard may not work wid Linux:
I always check system requirements, and noticed Linux isn’t listed as a supported OS on this keyboard. Chrome OS is supported, so Linux is probably supported also.
I refuse to permanently use any Linux Distro that forces the annoying “Authenticate” popup/s or other ‘Pesky Passwords’ on users, but this Logitech K830 keyboard wouldn’t force the user to put down the Mouse and move to a keyboard to punch in a password for ‘Linux Nanny‘, because the user is already at the keyboard.
I am a Fulltime Root User on my own computers – see my Top 4 recommended “Desktop” Linux Distros that offer the user at least a choice. However, I do test plenty of Linux Distros that force the ‘Linux Nanny‘ on “Desktop” Linux users, so I may consider a Keyboard like this one…if the price was lower.
LINUX IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES – you never know what you’re gonna get!