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Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 with Long-Range Wireless
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- Plug-and-play setup with one tiny receiver that stays in computer and lets to add compatible devices
- Robust connection with up to 10-meter (33 feet) range
- Eight hot keys: For instant access to the Internet, e-mail, music volume and more
- Long-lasting battery life
- Works with Windows-based computers
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- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 920-003051
- Color: Black
- Form Factor: Ergonomic
- Hardware Platform: Pc
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From the Manufacturer
|Wireless Keyboard K270 |
|•||Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your computer|
|•||Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless connection|
|•||Two years between battery changes**|
|•||Eight hot keys simplify everyday activities|
|•||Compact design with familiar full-size layout|
* Wireless range may vary due to environmental and computing conditions.
** Keyboard battery life calculation based on an estimated two million keystrokes/year in an office environment. User experience
|Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 |
Reliable wireless—wherever you use your keyboard
|What's in the box? ||Works with: |
Which Logitech Keyboard Is Right For You?
|Keyboard K120||Media Keyboard K200||Illuminated Keyboard||Wireless Keyboard K270||Wireless Keyboard K350||Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800|
|What Do You Get?||Quiet and comfortable typing||One-touch media and Internet controls||Ultra-thin with bright, backlit keys||Reliable wireless wherever you use your keyboard||Enhanced comfort and customizable control||Brilliant lighting, comfort and stylel|
|Advanced Wireless: Fast, powerful 2.4 GHz connection|
|Unifying Receiver: Tiny wireless receiver stays in your notebook|
|Keyboard Layout||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size|
|Typing Experience||Low-profile keys shift your wrists toward a more neutral position for comfortable, quiet typing.||Low-profile keys shift your wrists toward a more neutral position for comfortable, quiet typing.||PerfectStroke key system distributes typing force evenly across key surfaces, making every keystroke comfortable, fluid, and whisper-quiet.||Full-size keys and wide, curved space bar.||Comfort Wave design cradles your hands instead of forcing your wrists to bend as you type.||PerfectStroke key system distributes typing force evenly across key surfaces, making every stroke comfortable, fluid, and whisper-quiet. Incurve keys position your fingers properly and invite your fingertips to glide from key to key.|
|Integrated Number Pad|
|Integrated Palm Rest||Cushioned|
|Keyboard battery life (months)||24 months||36 months||36 months (rechargeable)|
|Keyboard on/off switch|
|Programmable F-Keys: Download additional software to change or define functions|
|Enhanced F-Keys: Give you additional functions on top of your F-keys|
|Launch Calculator Key|
|Launch Web Browser|
|Launch IM / VOIP|
|Windows XP, Vista, or 7|
Top Customer Reviews
My first surprise in using the keyboard is that it required zero instructions, unlike any other computer gadget I've ever seen. The batteries are in, you just pull the tab over them (as it says to do on the tab)...
Then you plug in the tiny wireless plug to the slot it shows you to on the computer or laptop. Which was a bit obvious, but should you not recognize where it goes it comes with photos of where to put it on the back of your computer or on the side of your laptop.
That's it. No reading needed. Look at the picture for a second and you know what to do and how to get it going.
It is soo much more quiet than my previous keyboard which transmittled a constant "clackaty clack clack" at an annoying rate since I type uber fast. This makes almost no sound when I type, yet the keys are comfortable and easy to to use.
WORKS ON ALL COMPUTERS:
Works with a notebook computer or a desktop one and since it's lightweight I can travel with it with my laptop for more comfortable typing and I can also easily switch from one computer to another by simply reinserting the wireless tab.
It's sleek and modern looking...with a light grey edging and black face.
You can easily keep your batteries lasting far longer by simply sliding the button at the top to "off" when not in use. It holds AAA batteries.
This is, afterall, why we want a wireless keyboard, right? No more tangles under my desk, no more cord getting unplugged if I tug the keyboard a bit, cleaner look on the desk, you can put it away in a drawer if you want a really clean desktop or at a home desk when company is coming...Read more ›
The wireless USB dongle is tiny and at first I thought it had been left out of my shipment before I found it in a little slot in the packing cardboard right against the inside edge; don't throw out the packaging too fast! I plugged it in and the keyboard was recognized instantly on two different laptops, an Acer laptop and a MacBook. Logitech says it can be as far as 33 feet from the screen and I did indeed transmit successfully at that range, though I could hardly see the letters on the screen.
If you want to buy a mouse or trackpad from Logitech that has the same "unifying" logo signifying a common wireless frequency, you can control several wireless devices with just one USB dongle. But I have a wireless mouse from another vendor, and I plugged its dongle in next to the Logitech and they played well together with no interference.
If you're looking to replace your wired desktop keyboard, this is an excellent choice with no negatives that I can see. As for using it in a laptop, it feels just a little lightly made to handle many moves in and out of luggage, backpacke etc. I originally thought there was no place to put the dongle when you take it off but was pointed to the little receptacle on the outside bottom surface of the keyboard housing; it fits snugly there but I can see it getting jarred loose or broken if something bangs against it. My wireless mouse has its dongle housing inside the battery compartment, where it's protected by a lid... better.
I've used this keyboard with my Windows 7 HP desktop and my Windows XP SP3 Dell laptop and in both cases the keyboard installed (plug and play) quickly. I like that it is a lightweight and compact keyboard despite the fact that it is a full keyboard with standard sized keys and a numerical pad (I use extended ascii a lot). The hot keys are pretty standard but the email button that launches MS outlook (in my case) I don't see on every keyboard.
The receiver is very small, which makes it possible leave it in the USB port at all times even if you use it with a laptop you travel with. This reduces the risk of losing it. This wireless keyboard uses unified technology, which means that you can connect several (up to six) devices to the same receiver. I have several wireless devices, including Logitech products, but none of them are compatible with the unifying technology so I currently cannot take advantage of this feature.
This is all good and well. However, I do have a few issues with this keyboard. One issue is that is that it feels a little bit uncomfortable. The keys are shallow and flat and the keyboard is very rectangular. They keys feels stiff when I type and it is not as comfortable as my other keyboards so I tend to go back to those. I should say I type a lot every day.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This key board barely works. Delays between a keystroke and the character actually appearing are so bad I can barely use it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Oren
Gift for my boyfriend. Haven't heard any complaints yet! He says he loves it!Published 17 days ago by Angela Varoz
Great simple keyboard with a numberpad and a few shortcut keys at the top. Keys feel good with a quick action.Published 19 days ago by Pusher of buttons
I use this with my laptop and I absolutely love it. It works from a good amount of distance, and being able to have 1 USB receiver for the mouse and keyboard is a huge advantage. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shawn
I have always loved Logitech products over MS and other similar manufacturers.Published 1 month ago by William W. Morris
This is my favorite wireless keyboard for my Office computer running windows. The batteries last a long time. They keys are quiet and comfortable too.Published 1 month ago by Specific Gravity
Buyer beware, logitech has some sever problems with their wireless keyboards and mice. There is a severe lag issue, where the keyboard will intermittently take between 3-10 seconds... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pen Name