Logitech K480, The Bluetooth Keyboard That Does It All

Logitech has unveiled its new multi-device Bluetooth keyboard with built-in universal Windows, Android, Mac and iOS keyboard support and compatibility. The K480 is a multi-tasker's dream come true. Inspired by Logitech's popular portable Ultrathin tablet keyboard covers, the K480 is designed to be used as a wireless desktop keyboard with up to three different devices simultaneously across all popular handheld and desktop platforms.

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Logitech K810 Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard Plays Nice With Everyone

Logitech is a freight train and nothing is going to stop it from pumping out products each an every week. The K810 is the latest keyboard the company has released which is one of the first smart compact illuminated Bluetooth keyboards featuring a black chiclet style backlit key layout and Logitech's easy-switch functionality that lets you switch and pair between three devices with a push of a button. Logitech's K810 is compatible with Windows 8 and 7, Android, Mac and iOS devices, but unfortunately does not feature any specific key layout to visually support each and every device. 

The laser-etched backlit Incurve keys have multiple levels of intensity and can automatically adjust their brightness according to the ambient lighting in the room thanks to built-in light and proximity sensors that can also detect hand motion. The keyboard is made to have a sleek and slim design using brushed slate colored aluminum finish and a black glossy plastic trim. The built-in rechargeable battery is rated for a full month of wireless use while the K810 can also be used as a wired keyboard while its being recharged over USB. The K810 illuminated Bluetooth keyboard is now available for pre-order at $100, and should hit retail store shelves by the end of the month.

Adonit's Writer Keyboard Folio For iPad 2 Might Be The One

There are already numerous keyboard cases for the iPad and iPad 2, but Adonit's Writer keyboard folio for the iPad 2 stands out with its mixture of aluminum and biodegradable fabrics. The Writer's Bluetooth keyboard has a spacious full keyboard layout with what Adonit claims to have "scissor action Keys" that provide you with the perfect key press and tactile feedback, similar to Apple's chiclet keys. You won't find a built-in rechargeable battery that powers this Bluetooth keyboard though. Instead, you'll have to use 3 AAA batteries which should last you about a month of heavy use. 

Quick eject and a magnetic adjustable viewing strip allows for unlimited viewing angles while maintaining a stable posture, are amongst the Writer's key features. The Writer keyboard folio for the iPad 2 is now available to help you publish that novel of yours for $110.

Nir Schneider