• Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
  • Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
  • Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
  • Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
  • Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
  • Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co
Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet   Logitech Flow Cross Co

Logitech K780 Multi Device Wireless Keyboard For Computer, Phone And Tablet Logitech Flow Cross Co

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  • Multi-device wireless keyboard: beautiful type-on-everything keyboard for any computer, tablet and smartphone via USB or Bluetooth smart wireless connection
  • Type and switch between devices: Type on up to three devices and switch between them at the touch of an easy-switch button
  • Comfortable typing: full size, fully equipped keyboard with large, quiet keys and convenient Number pad
  • Integrated phone and tablet stand: Holds your devices at the perfect angle to Type and read
  • Wide compatibility: works with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, iOS and Android devices

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I could not have designed it better myself ... This thing is perfect. All I wanted was low keys (super short throw). I got it with this and keys are quiet and fun. Round also keeps me from catching corners of other keys when typing fast. Delete button is a must (Wth Apple?).I've been waiting for there to be a keyboard that can instantly switch between devices. Bonus that it holds the devices too. I use the USB receiver with my Win10 laptop (on a desk stand next to a second monitor). I put my Iphone and Ipad in the keyboard rack. With the touch of a button I switch instantly between the three devices. Fast texting and writing to calendar on I devices while working on laptop etc.Keyboard is heavier than most, which people equate to quality. For me maybe it makes it more stable.Batteries are included, two AAAs.Usb receiver storage next to batteries.Connect your other Logitech devices to this usb receiver with the Unifying program at Logitech site. Amazon won't let me give you the link. I combined an old mouse and it all works on one usb receiver. 5Infuriating There is so much to like about this keyboard: it's satisfyingly heavy, the keys are firm and snappy, and the promise of one keyboard to rule all your devices is very enticing. Alas, it suffers from two fatal flaws that make it completely infuriating to use.The number one problem is that it forgets your settings. This keyboard has function keys along the top that also double as hotkeys for things like volume control, context menus, and so on. By default, they are hotkeys; in order to use them as regular function keys, you have to hold down the Fn key. That is to say, by default, just plain F5 is not an F5 but rather a "context menu" command. Similarly, F10 is not an F10 but rather a "mute audio" command.I'm a programmer, and I use the function keys all day long. I need to be able to press them with one hand and use the mouse in my other. Not to worry! Just install the "Logitech Options" software and you can swap the defaults so that the function keys behave normally. Problem solved...or so you thought.The keyboard regularly, and randomly, just forgets your settings. You're debugging some code and using F10 to step over, step over, then suddenly MUTE for no reason whatsoever. Sometimes this issue fixes itself within a second or two. Sometimes the keyboard just decides that's the new way things are going to be. I could not discover any rhyme or reason to this. It invariably happened, well, when I was trying to use the function keys to get something done.The other problem is that at similarly random intervals, the keyboard stops sending keystrokes for a few seconds. Sometimes it's just a few seconds. Sometimes it's 20-30 seconds or more. Not a huge deal, except when you're in the middle of getting something done and you have no idea when your keyboard will start functioning normally again.I wrote to Logitech about this and received a canned-text reply that sent me to user forums and encouraged me to change my batteries (they were fresh). Incidentally, the function key problem is well-described on the Logitech forums.I gave the keyboard two stars because when it works, it works great. Sadly, "mostly functional" is just not enough for a keyboard. I have a Logitech mouse that I love. I wanted this to be great. It has easily been the most frustrating purchase of the year.For what it's worth, I've switched to the HP Wireless Elite v2, and, while I've only had it a day, it works perfectly so far.Best wishes and happy typing! 2Trouble with Mac OS 10.12.3 (Sierra) but still really like this keyboard I ordered this keyboard after considering and trying out several models within the Logitech line. I bought it for its heft and form factor (it is a very nice-looking keyboard), extremely quiet keys (I'll be using it in a recording studio), and ability (or so I thought) to connect to multiple devices easily via Bluetooth. My work area contains an iMac, a Macbook Pro, and iOS devices. Photo shows other devices to give some idea of the proportions of the K780.One of my tests was to run my fingertips over the keys. With most keyboards, you get that slight clicking noise from the play in the keys. Not so with the K780. The keys are firm in their positions. I found that for my typing style this makes for very confident and precise touch typing.Problem: I have had a hard time connecting at all to Mac OS Sierra (10.12.3) via Bluetooth, The K780 doesn't even show up as an option in the Bluetooth setup screen, but the Unifying wireless works perfectly even on a 10 y.o. iMac running Snow Leopard (10.6.8). However, I have not been able to keep that Unifying connection to my iMac working when I enabled Bluetooth to connect to an iPad. Upon further post-purchase research, I discovered that there are known Bluetooth issues with Sierra. None of these cropped up in the reviews I read here; in fact, the opposite. Other than that, I want to love this keyboard and am still giving it 4 solid stars because it looks and feels great and absolutely works as advertised in Unifying mode. I hope to bump my review to 5 full stars if I can find a fix for this issue with Sierra. In fairness to Logitech, I believe that this is a Mac issue, not a problem per se with the keyboard. 4Get the K375S instead. I bought this keyboard because I wanted a wireless keyboard with a numpad and device switching capabilities to support my Windows PC and two iPhones. However, this keyboard falls short in every way so I returned it.First, the keyboard itself is quite heavy because of the built in mobile device stand. I think the stand was a cool idea, but in practice is not very useful for me because I like typing with the keyboard in my lap and so the device's screen ends up uncomfortably close and low relative to my eye level.Second, the wireless connectivity was quite spotty beyond 3 feet. When switching devices, if I was too far away from the USB receiver I'd have to get closer momentarily before switching, after which I could go a few feet further back, which was annoying. Also, my first few keystrokes after having the keyboard idle for a while or switching devices consistently were not detected, so I had to keep backspacing to retype my first word. I used Bluetooth to connect to my mobile devices, which seemed to work OK, but I put the devices on the stand, so I don't know how well it works from a distance. Regardless, even with Bluetooth some of my keystrokes were still not detected.Third, the keyboard layout itself is kind of weird. I didn't realize when I bought this keyboard that it is not actually a full-sized keyboard despite the numpad and I found myself missing the arrows and insert/home/pageupdown/etc keys being in their regular place on a full-sized keyboard instead of being compressed alongside the alphanumeric keys and having to use Fn keys to toggle certain behaviors. Also, by default, the F keys at the top require you to use the Fn key, so things like Alt+F4 become Alt+Fn+F4 to close windows. The only way to force the F keys to behave as F keys without using Fn is to download some special software called Logitech Options, which again was pretty annoying.Perhaps the more egregious error that I found with this keyboard was that the Windows Start key and the Alt key were swapped (as in the keys were labeled correctly and had correct placement, but pressing Alt would bring up the Start menu and I had to use Start in place of Alt for some keyboard combos, like Start+F4 instead of Alt+F4) for some reason that I was not able to resolve, even with the Logitech Options software. Additionally, the right Ctrl and right Alt keys simply did not work at all. Logitech tech support is also pretty lousy and didn't get back to me for weeks when I had already returned this keyboard out of frustration.In conclusion, if you're looking for a full-sized wireless keyboard with device switching capabilities, don't get the K780. Instead, I recommend the K375S, also by Logitech. The K375S is full-sized, wireless, and has essentially the same device switching feature as the K780. The wireless range through the unifying receiver USB dongle is also not great, but I have no complaints after switching to Bluetooth. I have encountered significantly fewer issues with my keystrokes not being detected using this keyboard and all the keys function as intended. I still needed to install Logitech Options to force the F keys to behave like F keys without using the Fn key, but that is a minor annoyance relative to everything else. Also, the K375S comes with a detached device stand that you can place further away from the keyboard, like on a table, which makes the keyboard itself much lighter than the K780 since it doesn't have all that extra weight of the stand. 1Hate the auto sleep mode !! Bought this keyboard and has been using it for a month. I am sad to say that this keyboard has a auto sleep feature which cannot be turned off. It is so irritating when the keyboard will go to sleep mode after 30seconds without activity. You will miss the the first character you trying to type when it goes into sleep mode. Whoever who design this feature should be fired !! 1Okay for light typing usage, but not as a daily driver. I really wanted to love this keyboard but there are just a couple of shortcomings that simply make that impossible. For example, there s not even a simple print screen button, and I use that function all the time.Information as per Logitech's own support forum:"Welcome to the Logitech Community! Our team will be happy to help you!The K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard doesn't have any physical print-screen key (Prt Scr) however, please check here for all the options you can use to take screenshots on your PC:"Having purchased the fantastic Logitech MX Master 2S about a month ago for its great ergonomics, exceptional functionality, and time-saving FLOW technology, I was really hoping to pair it up with a fully functional FLOW compatible keyboard. Unfortunately, the K780 is not cut out for daily use, especially if you re doing a lot of typing, have hands larger than a child, and have come to depend on the dedicated keys of a traditional keyboard. 3My second (and third) love is a keyboard. I bought one of these in White months ago to use at work. I immediately fell in love (don t tell my husband). I ve been using it daily for the past 6+ months and my gosh... it has changed my life. I paired it with a Triathalon mouse by Logitech and the duo are my dream pair <3When I upgraded to an iPad Pro I didn t want to pay through the nose for one of their dinky little attachable keyboard covers (I know, blasphemy) so I looked this one up again and went with the speckled one since it was back down again in price to around $60. I can t say enough good things about this keyboard. The keys are so comfortable to type on that I can literally type from 9-5 every day and not feel like my fingers or wrists are dying. The device switching makes it super simple to switch devices on the fly, which is vital for me at work, and convenient at home for switching between multiple tablets, etc. I m thinking about trying it with my Apple TV so if I end up doing that I may update this review on whether it s easy to hook up and use successfuly with that as well. 5Exactly What I've Been Looking For I've spent more money on keyboards that I'd like to admit. One thing that the new Logitech K780 and MX Master mouse do very uniquely is replace simple KVM switches. It also has a very good light key action. The keys have very little play in them and are soft yet firm in their action. Actuation pressure is fairly light but doesn't feel cheap at all.I like the key layout. I actually do use insert, delete, page up, page down and the arrow keys quite a bit. I do prefer a TKL layout but this is also not bad. I can easily adapt to the alternate layout and can use the numpad as directional pads with all the aforementioned keys laid out on the numbers. I think it's important not to have too much space between the right edge of the enter key and the mouse. This allows proper centering of the keyboard without having to use the mouse way out to the right of your workspace.The keyboard is also heavy. This allows it to be used as a base for heavier tablets. I use it with my iPad Pro 9.7" in tablet or portrait mode easily. They definitely spent some time on this because it actually angles devices down quite a bit. This is the proper ergonomic angle since this allows you to look down on the iPad without crouching.I've used a couple mechanical keyboards and I plan on keeping them for a variety of uses, but this will probably be my main desktop keyboard. It is just so versatile and has the perfect layout for me.Some key points of the keyboard I like:- 3 device switcher (can use any combination of Logitech Unifying receiver and Bluetooth). Works great to switch between my Mac and Windows PC.- Full sized key spacing. (Although this looks like the K380, the keys are more widely spaced and are definitely of a higher quality)- Number pad- Customization of keys.- Reduced width for better ergonomics for right-handed mouse users.- 24 month battery life. I basically only will have to replace the batteries once, maybe twice before I get a new keyboard. 5One of the best keyboards I've ever used, works flawlessly on both MacOS and Windows 10. Use Logitech Options with it! This is hands down one of the best keyboards I've ever used.First of all the packaging itself, I'm no fan boy of Logitech but the aesthetic from box to product is just on point and fantastic. Very modern minimalist feeling. It's like if this keyboard were a home, it'd be on Grand Designs...Anyways set up is dead simple.Follow the instructions on the box and you'll be fine, just remember to use the right process for either MacOS or Windows etc.The keys have a very, very solid feel to them. They feel leaps and bounds better to me than the action you get on a macbook pro keyboard pre 2016 or the magic keyboard version 1. Just less squish and more satisfying.Holy smokes they're quiet too, it's like the ninja of keyboards.The circular keys were really easy to get used to, and to be frank they look so much nicer from an aesthetic point of view in my opinion. Very typewriter-esque.Pairing with the unifying dongle was great because I also bought a Logitech MX Master mouse, it simply required I plug both dongles in at first.Eventually the software (for the love of god just install Options, it's amazing) recognized I had two dongles and asked if I'd like to remove one from my mix. Easy to follow steps later and I was there.There's a fair amount of travel for such a low profile keyboard on the keys, nothing crazy but enough to really feel like I got ish done when I finish banging out an email.Most importantly, switching between machines that I control with this is a breeze. Once you're done pairing you literally just hit the button on the keyboard for the device you'd like to control and you're done.I game on a PC and I work on a Macbook Pro 2016, and this thing does it all.I high reccomend installing the options software, so you can remap the FN keys and change their behavior.Are you one of those heathens that wants the FN keys to automatically require you hold FN to do volume up and down? There's a setting for that.Do you want to map the home button on Windows 10 to TaskView (which I love)? Go for it, in Options.You can even turn on application specific mapping of buttons and have the mappable buttons do different things depending on what app you're focused on at the moment. I've done this with Excel and a few games.Lastly even if you don't want to use this to control a phone or tablet, the little tray is one of the coolest things ever, because you simply just "dock" your phone or tab there. I use it with my LG G6 and it's just superb.Over all if you're thinking about getting this keyboard stop thinking and start doing.Even if you don't have more than one device, and don't plan to use its switching capabilities, it's just a fantastic piece of kit that's really one of a kind and works really well. 5A really great keyboard for a reasonable price. My wife purchased a Logitech keyboard like this but without the numeric keypad. She purchased it locally and paid a bit more for it than this one that I got from Amazon. I tried her keyboard and I liked it. It was a lot smaller then the previous Logitech keyboard I had and it sits flat. I do use the numeric keypad a lot, so I wanted this model. It took me about a half hour to get used to it because the shift key, for some reason, feels like it's in a different position then my prior board. I really like the keyboard as it sits flat, is small and takes up a lot less room then my other keyboard. I think I can compare this to the Apple keyboard. It also reminds me of the old PC Jr. keyboard that was often referred to as a chicklet keyboard. It is easy to use and it has that click feel that I like. 5
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I could not have designed it better myself ... This thing is perfect. All I wanted was low keys (super short throw). I got it with this and keys are quiet and fun. Round also keeps me from catching corners of other keys when typing fast. Delete button is a must (Wth Apple?).I've been waiting for there to be a keyboard that can instantly switch between devices. Bonus that it holds the devices too. I use the USB receiver with my Win10 laptop (on a desk stand next to a second monitor). I put my Iphone and Ipad in the keyboard rack. With the touch of a button I switch instantly between the three devices. Fast texting and writing to calendar on I devices while working on laptop etc.Keyboard is heavier than most, which people equate to quality. For me maybe it makes it more stable.Batteries are included, two AAAs.Usb receiver storage next to batteries.Connect your other Logitech devices to this usb receiver with the Unifying program at Logitech site. Amazon won't let me give you the link. I combined an old mouse and it all works on one usb receiver. 5Infuriating There is so much to like about this keyboard: it's satisfyingly heavy, the keys are firm and snappy, and the promise of one keyboard to rule all your devices is very enticing. Alas, it suffers from two fatal flaws that make it completely infuriating to use.The number one problem is that it forgets your settings. This keyboard has function keys along the top that also double as hotkeys for things like volume control, context menus, and so on. By default, they are hotkeys; in order to use them as regular function keys, you have to hold down the Fn key. That is to say, by default, just plain F5 is not an F5 but rather a "context menu" command. Similarly, F10 is not an F10 but rather a "mute audio" command.I'm a programmer, and I use the function keys all day long. I need to be able to press them with one hand and use the mouse in my other. Not to worry! Just install the "Logitech Options" software and you can swap the defaults so that the function keys behave normally. Problem solved...or so you thought.The keyboard regularly, and randomly, just forgets your settings. You're debugging some code and using F10 to step over, step over, then suddenly MUTE for no reason whatsoever. Sometimes this issue fixes itself within a second or two. Sometimes the keyboard just decides that's the new way things are going to be. I could not discover any rhyme or reason to this. It invariably happened, well, when I was trying to use the function keys to get something done.The other problem is that at similarly random intervals, the keyboard stops sending keystrokes for a few seconds. Sometimes it's just a few seconds. Sometimes it's 20-30 seconds or more. Not a huge deal, except when you're in the middle of getting something done and you have no idea when your keyboard will start functioning normally again.I wrote to Logitech about this and received a canned-text reply that sent me to user forums and encouraged me to change my batteries (they were fresh). Incidentally, the function key problem is well-described on the Logitech forums.I gave the keyboard two stars because when it works, it works great. Sadly, "mostly functional" is just not enough for a keyboard. I have a Logitech mouse that I love. I wanted this to be great. It has easily been the most frustrating purchase of the year.For what it's worth, I've switched to the HP Wireless Elite v2, and, while I've only had it a day, it works perfectly so far.Best wishes and happy typing! 2Trouble with Mac OS 10.12.3 (Sierra) but still really like this keyboard I ordered this keyboard after considering and trying out several models within the Logitech line. I bought it for its heft and form factor (it is a very nice-looking keyboard), extremely quiet keys (I'll be using it in a recording studio), and ability (or so I thought) to connect to multiple devices easily via Bluetooth. My work area contains an iMac, a Macbook Pro, and iOS devices. Photo shows other devices to give some idea of the proportions of the K780.One of my tests was to run my fingertips over the keys. With most keyboards, you get that slight clicking noise from the play in the keys. Not so with the K780. The keys are firm in their positions. I found that for my typing style this makes for very confident and precise touch typing.Problem: I have had a hard time connecting at all to Mac OS Sierra (10.12.3) via Bluetooth, The K780 doesn't even show up as an option in the Bluetooth setup screen, but the Unifying wireless works perfectly even on a 10 y.o. iMac running Snow Leopard (10.6.8). However, I have not been able to keep that Unifying connection to my iMac working when I enabled Bluetooth to connect to an iPad. Upon further post-purchase research, I discovered that there are known Bluetooth issues with Sierra. None of these cropped up in the reviews I read here; in fact, the opposite. Other than that, I want to love this keyboard and am still giving it 4 solid stars because it looks and feels great and absolutely works as advertised in Unifying mode. I hope to bump my review to 5 full stars if I can find a fix for this issue with Sierra. In fairness to Logitech, I believe that this is a Mac issue, not a problem per se with the keyboard. 4Get the K375S instead. I bought this keyboard because I wanted a wireless keyboard with a numpad and device switching capabilities to support my Windows PC and two iPhones. However, this keyboard falls short in every way so I returned it.First, the keyboard itself is quite heavy because of the built in mobile device stand. I think the stand was a cool idea, but in practice is not very useful for me because I like typing with the keyboard in my lap and so the device's screen ends up uncomfortably close and low relative to my eye level.Second, the wireless connectivity was quite spotty beyond 3 feet. When switching devices, if I was too far away from the USB receiver I'd have to get closer momentarily before switching, after which I could go a few feet further back, which was annoying. Also, my first few keystrokes after having the keyboard idle for a while or switching devices consistently were not detected, so I had to keep backspacing to retype my first word. I used Bluetooth to connect to my mobile devices, which seemed to work OK, but I put the devices on the stand, so I don't know how well it works from a distance. Regardless, even with Bluetooth some of my keystrokes were still not detected.Third, the keyboard layout itself is kind of weird. I didn't realize when I bought this keyboard that it is not actually a full-sized keyboard despite the numpad and I found myself missing the arrows and insert/home/pageupdown/etc keys being in their regular place on a full-sized keyboard instead of being compressed alongside the alphanumeric keys and having to use Fn keys to toggle certain behaviors. Also, by default, the F keys at the top require you to use the Fn key, so things like Alt+F4 become Alt+Fn+F4 to close windows. The only way to force the F keys to behave as F keys without using Fn is to download some special software called Logitech Options, which again was pretty annoying.Perhaps the more egregious error that I found with this keyboard was that the Windows Start key and the Alt key were swapped (as in the keys were labeled correctly and had correct placement, but pressing Alt would bring up the Start menu and I had to use Start in place of Alt for some keyboard combos, like Start+F4 instead of Alt+F4) for some reason that I was not able to resolve, even with the Logitech Options software. Additionally, the right Ctrl and right Alt keys simply did not work at all. Logitech tech support is also pretty lousy and didn't get back to me for weeks when I had already returned this keyboard out of frustration.In conclusion, if you're looking for a full-sized wireless keyboard with device switching capabilities, don't get the K780. Instead, I recommend the K375S, also by Logitech. The K375S is full-sized, wireless, and has essentially the same device switching feature as the K780. The wireless range through the unifying receiver USB dongle is also not great, but I have no complaints after switching to Bluetooth. I have encountered significantly fewer issues with my keystrokes not being detected using this keyboard and all the keys function as intended. I still needed to install Logitech Options to force the F keys to behave like F keys without using the Fn key, but that is a minor annoyance relative to everything else. Also, the K375S comes with a detached device stand that you can place further away from the keyboard, like on a table, which makes the keyboard itself much lighter than the K780 since it doesn't have all that extra weight of the stand. 1Hate the auto sleep mode !! Bought this keyboard and has been using it for a month. I am sad to say that this keyboard has a auto sleep feature which cannot be turned off. It is so irritating when the keyboard will go to sleep mode after 30seconds without activity. You will miss the the first character you trying to type when it goes into sleep mode. Whoever who design this feature should be fired !! 1Okay for light typing usage, but not as a daily driver. I really wanted to love this keyboard but there are just a couple of shortcomings that simply make that impossible. For example, there s not even a simple print screen button, and I use that function all the time.Information as per Logitech's own support forum:"Welcome to the Logitech Community! Our team will be happy to help you!The K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard doesn't have any physical print-screen key (Prt Scr) however, please check here for all the options you can use to take screenshots on your PC:"Having purchased the fantastic Logitech MX Master 2S about a month ago for its great ergonomics, exceptional functionality, and time-saving FLOW technology, I was really hoping to pair it up with a fully functional FLOW compatible keyboard. Unfortunately, the K780 is not cut out for daily use, especially if you re doing a lot of typing, have hands larger than a child, and have come to depend on the dedicated keys of a traditional keyboard. 3My second (and third) love is a keyboard. I bought one of these in White months ago to use at work. I immediately fell in love (don t tell my husband). I ve been using it daily for the past 6+ months and my gosh... it has changed my life. I paired it with a Triathalon mouse by Logitech and the duo are my dream pair <3When I upgraded to an iPad Pro I didn t want to pay through the nose for one of their dinky little attachable keyboard covers (I know, blasphemy) so I looked this one up again and went with the speckled one since it was back down again in price to around $60. I can t say enough good things about this keyboard. The keys are so comfortable to type on that I can literally type from 9-5 every day and not feel like my fingers or wrists are dying. The device switching makes it super simple to switch devices on the fly, which is vital for me at work, and convenient at home for switching between multiple tablets, etc. I m thinking about trying it with my Apple TV so if I end up doing that I may update this review on whether it s easy to hook up and use successfuly with that as well. 5Exactly What I've Been Looking For I've spent more money on keyboards that I'd like to admit. One thing that the new Logitech K780 and MX Master mouse do very uniquely is replace simple KVM switches. It also has a very good light key action. The keys have very little play in them and are soft yet firm in their action. Actuation pressure is fairly light but doesn't feel cheap at all.I like the key layout. I actually do use insert, delete, page up, page down and the arrow keys quite a bit. I do prefer a TKL layout but this is also not bad. I can easily adapt to the alternate layout and can use the numpad as directional pads with all the aforementioned keys laid out on the numbers. I think it's important not to have too much space between the right edge of the enter key and the mouse. This allows proper centering of the keyboard without having to use the mouse way out to the right of your workspace.The keyboard is also heavy. This allows it to be used as a base for heavier tablets. I use it with my iPad Pro 9.7" in tablet or portrait mode easily. They definitely spent some time on this because it actually angles devices down quite a bit. This is the proper ergonomic angle since this allows you to look down on the iPad without crouching.I've used a couple mechanical keyboards and I plan on keeping them for a variety of uses, but this will probably be my main desktop keyboard. It is just so versatile and has the perfect layout for me.Some key points of the keyboard I like:- 3 device switcher (can use any combination of Logitech Unifying receiver and Bluetooth). Works great to switch between my Mac and Windows PC.- Full sized key spacing. (Although this looks like the K380, the keys are more widely spaced and are definitely of a higher quality)- Number pad- Customization of keys.- Reduced width for better ergonomics for right-handed mouse users.- 24 month battery life. I basically only will have to replace the batteries once, maybe twice before I get a new keyboard. 5One of the best keyboards I've ever used, works flawlessly on both MacOS and Windows 10. Use Logitech Options with it! This is hands down one of the best keyboards I've ever used.First of all the packaging itself, I'm no fan boy of Logitech but the aesthetic from box to product is just on point and fantastic. Very modern minimalist feeling. It's like if this keyboard were a home, it'd be on Grand Designs...Anyways set up is dead simple.Follow the instructions on the box and you'll be fine, just remember to use the right process for either MacOS or Windows etc.The keys have a very, very solid feel to them. They feel leaps and bounds better to me than the action you get on a macbook pro keyboard pre 2016 or the magic keyboard version 1. Just less squish and more satisfying.Holy smokes they're quiet too, it's like the ninja of keyboards.The circular keys were really easy to get used to, and to be frank they look so much nicer from an aesthetic point of view in my opinion. Very typewriter-esque.Pairing with the unifying dongle was great because I also bought a Logitech MX Master mouse, it simply required I plug both dongles in at first.Eventually the software (for the love of god just install Options, it's amazing) recognized I had two dongles and asked if I'd like to remove one from my mix. Easy to follow steps later and I was there.There's a fair amount of travel for such a low profile keyboard on the keys, nothing crazy but enough to really feel like I got ish done when I finish banging out an email.Most importantly, switching between machines that I control with this is a breeze. Once you're done pairing you literally just hit the button on the keyboard for the device you'd like to control and you're done.I game on a PC and I work on a Macbook Pro 2016, and this thing does it all.I high reccomend installing the options software, so you can remap the FN keys and change their behavior.Are you one of those heathens that wants the FN keys to automatically require you hold FN to do volume up and down? There's a setting for that.Do you want to map the home button on Windows 10 to TaskView (which I love)? Go for it, in Options.You can even turn on application specific mapping of buttons and have the mappable buttons do different things depending on what app you're focused on at the moment. I've done this with Excel and a few games.Lastly even if you don't want to use this to control a phone or tablet, the little tray is one of the coolest things ever, because you simply just "dock" your phone or tab there. I use it with my LG G6 and it's just superb.Over all if you're thinking about getting this keyboard stop thinking and start doing.Even if you don't have more than one device, and don't plan to use its switching capabilities, it's just a fantastic piece of kit that's really one of a kind and works really well. 5A really great keyboard for a reasonable price. My wife purchased a Logitech keyboard like this but without the numeric keypad. She purchased it locally and paid a bit more for it than this one that I got from Amazon. I tried her keyboard and I liked it. It was a lot smaller then the previous Logitech keyboard I had and it sits flat. I do use the numeric keypad a lot, so I wanted this model. It took me about a half hour to get used to it because the shift key, for some reason, feels like it's in a different position then my prior board. I really like the keyboard as it sits flat, is small and takes up a lot less room then my other keyboard. I think I can compare this to the Apple keyboard. It also reminds me of the old PC Jr. keyboard that was often referred to as a chicklet keyboard. It is easy to use and it has that click feel that I like. 5
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