|Series||MX Keys For Mac|
|Item model number||920-009552|
|Hardware Platform||MacOS 10.15 & later, IOS 9 & later, IPadOS 13.4 & later|
|Item Weight||2.44 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 6 x 1.75 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18 x 6 x 1.75 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||July 7, 2020|
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Logitech MX Keys Advanced Illuminated Wireless Keyboard for Mac - Bluetooth/USB
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|Keyboard Description||Wireless, QWERTY|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, USB|
|Series||MX Keys For Mac|
|Number of Keys||104|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18 x 6 x 1.75 inches|
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- MASTERED FOR MAC - MX Keys for Mac is optimized for macOS, iPad compatible, finished in Space Gray – and features a Mac key layout
- PERFECT STROKE KEYS – Spherically dished keys are crafted for the shape of your fingertips – and feature a Mac key layout. A row of Fn keys can be customized for your specific creative workflow
- COMFORT, STABILITY, MINIMALISM –Confidently type on a keyboard crafted for comfort, precision, and remarkable stability. The aesthetic minimalism and timeless construction fit perfectly with your Mac setup
- SMART ILLUMINATION – Backlit keys light up the moment your hands approach and automatically adjust to suit changing lighting conditions
- MULTIPLE COMPUTERS, ONE FLOW – Type on multiple Mac computers – your keyboard follows your Flow-enabled mouse from one Mac to another. Just move the cursor and start typing (2).
- USB-C to USB-C RECHARGING – Full charge lasts up to 10 days – or up to 5 months with backlighting off (4)
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Get more out of your Mac with MX Keys for Mac – designed to work seamlessly on the macOS platform. The most advanced Master Series keyboard ever is finished in Space Gray to team perfectly with your iMac or Macbook Pro. MX Keys for Mac is crafted for efficiency, stability, and precision – and features dynamic backlighting.
MX Keys for Mac features a Mac key layout with spherically-dished keys crafted for the shape of your fingertips. Backlit keys light up the moment your hands approach, automatically adjusting to suit changing lighting conditions.
Your fingers will glide effortlessly across the matte surface of the keys. Increased key stability reduces noise while optimizing responsiveness – and tactile reference for hand positioning makes it easy to stay oriented and in your flow.
MX Keys for Mac follows your Flow-enabled mouse, such as MX Master 3 for Mac, from one Mac to another, meaning you can type on multiple devices in one fluid workflow
A USB-C to USB-C charging cable tops up the power on your MX Keys for Mac – and connects directly to your Mac without the need of a clunky dongle. A full charge lasts up to 10 days – or 5 months with backlighting off. When it’s time to recharge, you’ll get a notification from Logitech Options and the battery indicator LED will glow red. This product is awarded with iF DESIGN AWARD and the RED DOT AWARD.
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At this time, the documentation tells you to go to the wrong URL to get Logitech Options, which results in out-of-date software that does not work on macOS Catalina. Seriously Logitech?
Logitech does not do a good job of disclosing that this keyboard WILL NOT work in Bluetooth mode at first login after boot if you have FileVault full disk encryption enabled. You will have to either turn off FileVault or use an Apple keyboard to login when you boot up your Mac. This bug/limitation is due to Apple, but we all know Apple won't fix it, so this info needs to be seen on this page before purchasing it.
I purchased this keyboard along with the MX Master 3 specifically for using it for both my PC and my Mac via Bluetooth. Logitech Flow, which is part of the Logitech Options software, allows you to move your mouse off the screen in the direction of the other computer to switch automatically.... in theory. The problem is an unfixed bug in Windows 10 will cause any Bluetooth mouse to be ignored if the keyboard is not connected first, and for some reason, Flow tries the mouse first. I have reported the problem to both Microsoft and Logitech, and this is still not fixed. Everything works fine if you disable flow, and use buttons on the mouse/keyboard to switch manually. You have to make sure you switch the keyboard first when changing to PC. Hopefully, this info saves someone some aggravation.
The backlighting on the MX Keys for Mac works flawlessly! It doesn't matter if you are working with "automatic" or "manual" backlighting. The "automatic" mode is obtained by simply turning on the keyboard with the power button, and not using the "F5" or "F6" buttons. If you use these buttons, you will disconnect from the "automatic" mode and will be in the "manual" mode. There are a number of backlit brightness levels you can select in the "manual" mode. The "automatic" mode only has 2 backlit levels. One for a dark or dimly lit room, and a brighter level if you are using it a brighter environment. Once you stop using the keyboard for a number of hours and then return to use it, the hand sensor and backlighting still work! This is unlike the regular version of the MX Keys keyboard, which shuts down the backlight and hand sensor after a couple of hours and does not automatically come back on! There is only one minor issue with the backlighting. If you have "manually" set the backlit level, and don't use the keyboard for a couple hours, when you go to use it again, the backlighting automatically comes on, but it is reset to the "automatic" brightness level, not the level at which you last set it, if you were using it in the "manual" mode. However, this is not a big issue, as the "automatic" level it returns to is the "second" brightness level, which is more than enough to see the keys in a dark or dimly lit room. Of course, if you manually turn off the backlighting, then the hand sensor will not work again until you turn the backlighting back on. If you are considering the keyboard for the backlighting feature, buy the MX Keys for Mac, not the standard MX Keys version. Overall, considering the compact size, and all the features this keyboard offers, it is a top pick, and the one to get!
Let me tell you, that was money well spent. This is a fantastic keyboard and if you are sitting in front of a monitor for hours on end you owe it to yourself to be as comfortable as possible. The keys are awesome and while they are lower than a Dell clicky keyboard they are 2-3x higher than my laptop keys, which honestly I didn't mind too much, so this is a big win just with that. Backlighting, media keys, 9+ on the right side, wireless...there's a lot to like. It's also heavy, which for me is a bit of a proxy for quality. Paired easily with the little USB dongle and then my LT mouse paired with the same one, so one less USB port cluttered up as they both use the same receiver. Apparently you can also pair it with up to 3 devices and quickly switch between them so if that matters to you it does seem like an interesting feature but I didn't use it so IDK.
Oh, and it looks sharp, which the older I get the less I care but it does look pretty good sitting on the same desk as my space gray MBP. You can spend a lot less but I think you'll get a lot less keyboard. Battery life is advertised as something like 10 days with the backlights on or 5 months without the lights. I don't need them so I turned them off and we'll see how long it goes. Also, for whatever it's worth, it comes very nicely packaged (Apple-style, maybe even a touch better) and you get a nice USB-C cable for charging when you need to do that. I don't much like spending $92 on a keyboard but I'm glad I did.
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I have a K800 that I use with the charging cable plugged in at all times. This keeps the backlight always on, as it should. This MX keyboard however turns off after 5 minutes. Not 1 minute, not 15 minutes, but 5 minutes because some random engineer at Logitech thought it was best if they made that decision for me. Well here's one decision they can't make make for me: I'm returning it and leaving a 1-star review.
Quite heavy, but it's not meant for portability anyway. Sometimes I find the backlighting to go on and off too quickly based on where my hands are. I would not mind the sensor being a bit less fussy.
Body is all plastic...would have been nice to see an aluminum option.