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Logitech MX Keys Advanced Illuminated Wireless Keyboard, Bluetooth, Tactile Responsive Typing, Backlit Keys, USB-C, PC/Mac/Laptop…

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Logitech MX Keys Advanced Illuminated Wireless Keyboard, Bluetooth, Tactile Responsive Typing, Backlit Keys, USB-C, PC/Mac/Laptop…
Logitech MX Keys Advanced Illuminated Wireless Keyboard, Bluetooth, Tactile Responsive Typing, Backlit Keys, USB-C, PC/Mac/Laptop…

Description

  • Perfect-Stroke Keys : Spherically dished keys match the shape of your fingertips, offering satisfying feedback with every tap. Each keystroke is fluid, natural, quite, fast and accurate with a distinct tactile response
  • Comfort and Stability : Type with confidence on a slim flat keyboard crafted for comfort, stability and precision, as well as durability
  • Smart Illumination : The keys light up the moment your hands approach. And the backlighting automatically adjusts to suit changing lighting conditions
  • Flow Cross-Computer Control : MX Keys works across multiple computers in one fluid workflow. Seamlessly type, copy and paste across two computers.* *Requires Logitech Flow-enabled mouse and Logitech Options software
  • Multi-Device and Multi-OS : Connect via Bluetooth Low Energy or the small Unifying USB with up to three desktop or portable devices and switch between them at the push of a button. MX Keys is compatible with Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and Android systems
  • USB-C Rechargeable : Full charge lasts up to ten days -or up to five months with backlighting off.** **Battery life may vary based on your use
  • MX Keys and MX Master 3 : Get a premium look and feel, seamless workflow and advanced functionality when you team MX Keys with the ergonomic MX Master 3 cordless mouse

Additional information

Specification: Logitech MX Keys Advanced Illuminated Wireless Keyboard, Bluetooth, Tactile Responsive Typing, Backlit Keys, USB-C, PC/Mac/Laptop…

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General
Brand

‎Logitech

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎13.15 x 43.2 x 2.05 cm, 810 Grams

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎920-009413

Manufacturer

Series

‎Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard

Color

Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC, Linux

Are Batteries Included

‎Yes

Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎5.55 Watt Hours

Lithium Battery Packaging

‎Batteries contained in equipment

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

‎1

Number of Lithium Metal Cells

‎1

Item Weight

‎810 g

Reviews (4)

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  1. Julian Croot

    I bought this keyboard to replace my Apple wireless Magic Keyboard with numeric pad for my iMac Pro.
    I like low profile keyboards as I find them much easier on my wrist, and while I don’t like the super shallow travel keys on some keyboards (Apple butterfly keys) I also don’t like ones with a lot of travel either.

    This keyboard has the perfect amount of travel for my tastes.
    With the Apple keyboard I couldn’t type anything without making tons of mistakes, and being the Space Grey model it was nearly impossible to see the key labelling in almost any light. I kept hitting ‘page down’ instead of delete… it drove me nuts..

    The Logitech MX Keys for Mac has a Mac specific key layout and labelling, so everything is at it should be, but more importantly the typing experience is much better. The little dish shape on each key stops me from sliding accidentally onto adjacent keys, and the backlighting helps me see those keys I use less frequently.

    The final boon is that you can customise the…

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  2. Jason Brown

    On my desk I have three computers – a MacBook Pro, an iMac 27″ and a PC. Whilst they all live together quite well (even if the Macs do turn their noses up at the PC), having to switch between keyboards is a right royal pain. I’d been searching for a solution to this problem for quite some time and I’m pleased to report that I’ve found it – the Logitech MX keys keyboard.

    Above and beyond everything else I like about this keyboard, the one feature that I absolutely LOVE about the MX Keys is that I can use it on uptown three different computers and switch between them in seconds. The MX Keys has three buttons which you can program to switch between the three computers. Want to use it with computer 1? Press the ‘Computer 1’ button and start typing. Need to switch to computer 2? Hit the ‘Computer 2’ button and it immediately switches to the second computer. It really is that quick and easy. All you need is a computer that supports Bluetooth devices (a bluetooth dongle is supplied should…

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  3. CJ

    I learned to touch type on a manual typewriter and I normally like traditional keyboards. I have had many keyboards over the years including the classic IBM and Microsoft ergonomic models.
    Apple keep on reducing the travel on their keyboards and really do not like the feel. It hurts my fingers. I also have a Logi K800 keyboard, with a traditional feel. It is a very personal thing but the K800 for me is a bit too soft and squidgy and took a gamble with the MX keys keyboard, which has a laptop style; I was concerned I had re-invented my Apple tap tap syndrome.

    I was delighted to find that the key travel on MX keys is quite generous. The keys have small depressions, which make them comfortable and the home keys are instantly recognized (again, Apple take note). In common with another reviewer, the English layout has several keys with four symbols, making it compatible with US and UK users. I would have preferred just the UK layout. Although I’m touch typing, my wife finds it confusing….

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  4. S.L

    As a successor of the craft keyboard, this is a lot cheaper, yet the build quality is better than the craft, using aluminum as the main body material instead of plastic on the craft. So if you are considering the two and wont utilise the dial, go for mx keys.

    Personally I found it quite fascinating how much customisations one can programme from the option software, from completely customisable top row keys to fn key + mouse button. My music software does not work with the default media buttons but with the ability to assign any hotkeys to this buttons, it now works like a charm.

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