Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard — Backlit Keyboard, Fast-Charging, Dropout-Free 2.4GHz Connection

October 7, 2017 - Comment

With laser-etched, backlit keys you can see easily in any light, a sleek look, and comfortable, fluid typing, the logitech wireless illuminated keyboard k800 delivers a brilliant typing experience-day or night. Product Features Brightly backlit keys with illuminated characters for easy typing, even in the dark, compatible:Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7, Windows 8,

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With laser-etched, backlit keys you can see easily in any light, a sleek look, and comfortable, fluid typing, the logitech wireless illuminated keyboard k800 delivers a brilliant typing experience-day or night.

Product Features

  • Brightly backlit keys with illuminated characters for easy typing, even in the dark, compatible:Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • PerfectStroke key system makes every keystroke more comfortable, fluid and quiet.No batteries needed: recharge quickly with the included universal micro-USB cable
  • Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless connection with one tiny Unifying receiver that stays in your computer.Works with Windows-based PCs, including Windows 10 or later
  • Easily pair with other Logitech devices through a single Unifying USB receiver. Look for orange “unifying” icon for compatible devices.NOTE:Kindly review the videos under the image section and user manual under product details for set up and user guidance.
  • Compatible with Windows® XP, Windows Vista® , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

motowrench says:

Comfortable Keyboard but Hard to Clean My second K800. Used for software development. This is a good keyboard with a few problems I’m willing to live with in exchange for a wireless k/b with back-lighting.Cons:Hard to cleanKey are VERY delicate – don’t spill anything! If you have to remove a key, chances are good it will break. The attachment on the keyboard will also break so replacing keys isn’t an option.

W. Oliver says:

Logitech – Where failure is always an option I have a love/hate relationship with this keyboard. I love the way the keys feel, that it’s quiet, that it has backlit capability, that it’s wireless. 

Mr. Nelson says:

Still love it after 1.5 years. I’ve had this keyboard for about a year and half. It’s by far the best I’ve ever owned in so many ways. I love the quiet operation of the keystrokes. I just purchased the MK520 for an additional keyboard thinking the only difference was the illuminated keys. I was wrong about that. They keys on the MK520 are significantly louder and the texture on the plastic is not as smooth. There’s a reason why it’s half the price and it’s not the illumination. 

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