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Half side of my logitech wireless keyboard is not working. Keys like a,d,w, g are not working.

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Your half side keyboards tracks are faylty . so pls repaired it from computer shop.

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GOt the same keyboard and trying it right now, and must say feel kind of weird and I'm a good typer. Sometimes keys won't work, then you have to press them several times and then they work and it's like it never was a problem; this looks to me like a reception/processing problem, not mechanical in the keys themselves. Mouse is OK so far, just don't like the feel of the two side buttons (back and forth) on the left, because they feel wobbly and screechy and cheap, not comfortable.

Mouse roller is good, and keys on the board have a soft sound when you type, both things that I like. The keys are like notebook keys. And the board is nice and small and sleek, and takes up a lot less space than the wireless logitech combo I also have.

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