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If anybody has a positive experience of compatibility the K800 wireless Logitech keyboard with MAC OS X Version 10.7.3?
I connected the KB to Mac mini with 'Unifing' (Logitech) software installed, but I do not have full functionality: I have no NumPad working. Some of keys respond not correctly. For example, there is no 'point' key at the Russian layout.
I asked Logitech support for the driver and they told: 'All Logitech products works on standard OS drivers and if you have any problems with it it is better to contact Apple..'
Below - my correspondence with the Logitech support:
Logitech 02/28/2012 10:35 AM Dear Aeksei Thank you for contacting Logitech's Customer Care. Sorry, but no one has experience K800 on the MAC OS X Version 10.7.3 Best advise to you is to contact apple. They might help you with drivers. Kind Regards Denis M. Logitech Customer Care - Asia-Pacific
Aleksei Pariy 02/27/2012 08:47 PM Thank you for the prompt reply. First of all, I want to assure you that the keyboard itself is working. It works without any problems in Windows 7. Mac Mini also properly functioning, I believe. It had been just bought and tested true. But, the keyboard in Mac OS X .. When I try to change the keyboard type, system reports that the keyboard should be identified and invites to press the key, right to 'left shift' key. Then the system prompts to select the keyboard type of the three options:
- ISO European
- ANSI U.S.
- JIS Japan
None of these options lets work NumPad. I have no NumPad working. Some of keys respond not correctly. For example, there is no 'point' key at the Russian layout. Please let me know if anybody has a positive experience with the K800 an the MAC OS X Version 10.7.3?
Logitech 02/27/2012 03:38 PM Dear Aeksei Thank you for contacting Logitech's Customer Care. You can use your keyboard on Mac. Only we do not have Software for it, but it should work without any s/w. All Logitech products works on standard OS drivers and if you have any problems with it it is better to contact Apple of Microsoft. To test keyboard you can try it on different PC and if problem stays - it is hardware, if not - software. Kind Regards Denis M. Logitech Customer Care - Asia-Pacific
Aleksei Pariy 02/26/2012 10:50 AM Could I use Your K800 keyboard with Mac Mini (OS X Lion) and Unifing software installed? I use it, but not complete functionality. Could You indicate me the driver.
Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.3)
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