|Item model number||920-004292|
|Hardware Platform||Laptop, Smartphone, Tablet|
|Operating System||Windows 8|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 5.7 x 1.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12 x 5.7 x 1.3 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 15, 2012|
Logitech K810 Wireless Bluetooth Illuminated Multi-Device Keyboard for PC, Tablets and Smartphones, Black
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- Logitech Easy-Switch Bluetooth technology: Press one button to instantly switch between typing on your PC, tablet and smartphone
- Sharp, bright backlit keys: Type easily, even in the dark, thanks to automatic illumination which adjusts to the level of light in the room. Works with: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows RT , iPhone or iPad, iPad 2, iPad (3rd and 4th generation), iPad mini with iOS 4.0 or later
- Stylish design: Compact and ultra-thin with a real brushed aluminum finish and sleek low-profile keys. Works with : Bluetooth capable PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone (tablet or smartphone with keyboard profile HID)
- Unique Logitech keycap design: Enjoy comfortable, whisper typing.Rechargeable: No battery hassles. Use the USB cable to recharge, even while you type
- The fast, reliable connection allows you to move and type on the keyboard anywhere within 30 feet (9 meters) of your Bluetooth devices.
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|Item Weight||1.00 lbs||7.60 ounces||1.90 lbs||1.92 lbs||2.20 lbs|
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From the Manufacturer
PC, tablet and smartphone sold separately.
Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810
For one-touch switching between PC, tablet and smartphone typing.
Type in style with this elegantly designed, Bluetooth illuminated keyboard for Windows 8. Press one button to instantly switch between typing an email on your Windows PC, taking notes on your Apple iPad or replying to a text on your Android smartphone. With sharp, bright, backlit characters, this keyboard lets you create and communicate more easily on more devices—even in the dark.
Device switching made simple
- One touch easy-switch Bluetooth buttons
- Toggle back and forth from typing on your PC, tablet or smartphone with the simple press of a button
- Reliable 30 feet (ten meters) wireless connection to your compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices
Better typing—day or night
- Bright, sharp backlit characters which are easy read in low light or even in the dark
- Auto-adjusting illumination dims or brightens to the optimal level based on amount of light in the room
- Built-in proximity detection turns illumination on when your hands approach the keyboard
Style meets substance
- Real aluminum finish and low-profile keys look right at home with your PC, tablet and smartphone
- Ultra-thin, minimalist size fits your style and workspace
The key to typing comfort
- Unique Logitech keycap design for comfortable, whisper-quiet typing hour after hour
- Roomy keyboard with full-size keys for easier, typing compared to a laptop keyboard or on-screen touch keyboard
- USB cable allows you to recharge even when you’re typing
- A full charge provides a minimum of ten days and maximum of one year battery power, depending on the intensity of illumination and time spent typing.
What's in the Box
- Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard
- USB charging cable
- User documentation
What you need:
- Bluetooth capable device with keyboard profile (HID)
- Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 RT desktop, laptop, Ultrabook, tablet or smartphone
- Apple iPad or iPhone with iOS 4.0 or later
- Android tablet or smartphone with operating system 3.0 or later
- Internet connection (for software download)
Which Logitech Wireless PC Keyboard Is Right For You?
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|What Do You Get?|
Stylish space-saving keyboard for a relaxed typing experience
A light-powered keyboard that charges itself whenever there’s light
Brilliant lighting, comfort and style
Stylish illuminated keyboard with easy switching between PC, tablet & smartphone
|2.4 GHz Wireless|
Advanced Logitech 2.4 GHz
Advanced Logitech 2.4 GHz
Advanced Logitech 2.4 GHz
Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver which stays in your notebook
Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver which stays in your notebook
Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver which stays in your notebook
|Easy-Switch between devices|
|Integrated Number Pad|
Three-year battery life
Time spent typing
Time spent typing
|Enhanced F-Keys: Additional functions on top of your F-keys|| || || || |
|Programmable F-Keys: Download additional software to change or define functions|| || |
|Launch Calculator Key|
|Launch E-Mail & Web Browser|
|Windows 7, Vista, or XP|
|Windows 8, Windows RT|
|Apple iPad or iPhone with iOS 4.0 or later|
|Android tablet or smartphone with operating system 3.0 or later|
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Using the Microsoft Applied Sciences Group webpage app (google/bing it), I first confirmed that every key works individually. Then I started adding combinations in order to find limits to the maximum amount of keypresses that can be registered at the same time. Here are some of those results:
Combination ---> Result
-- QWERTY ----> 7th key pressed does not register; exception = Shift, Control
-- ASDF+JK ---> 7th key pressed does not register; exception = Shift, Control
-- QWE+ASD ---> 7th key pressed does not register; exception = Shift, Control
-- ASD+ZXC ---> 7th key pressed does not register; no exceptions
-- JKL; ------> 5th key pressed does not register 100% of the time; exception: Shift, Control
-- Up+Down+Left+Right --> 5th key pressed does not register 100% of the time; exception = Shift, Control
-- WASD+Space --> 6th key pressed does not register 100% of the time; exception: Shift, Control, Tab
-- WASD+Space+Shift+Tab+Control ---> 9th key pressed does not register
-- Control+Shift+ZX ---> 5th key pressed does not register 100% of the time
-- ZXC --> 4th key pressed does not register 100% of the time; no exceptions!
-- (Unable to confim Alt button in conjunction with any of the above as it does not rendered on the app.)
So based on the above findings, here are the obvious conclusions:
1. you should be able to game on this keyboard if you use the traditional keybindings of WASD for movement, Spacebar for jumping, Shift for sprinting, TAB for team scores, etc.
2. If you deviate from the traditional WASD setup then things can only get worse for you as demonstrated above -- switching to the arrow keys, for example, does not make it better but can actually make it worse.
3. If some of your keys are not registering, then mapping to TAB, Shift, Control, or Alt may solve the problem.
4. For unusual combinations, try the Microsoft webpage app to see what you can figure out.
Also via the above Microsoft website, confirmed functionality for these combinations even though they are not specifically labeled on keyboard:
-- Home = FN+LeftArrow
-- End = FN+RightArrow
-- PageUp = FN+UpArrow
-- PageDown = FN+DownArrow
-- Shut Down = FN+ESC -- closes all programs and shuts down computer (Windows 10)
FUNCTION BUTTONS (see picture)
F1 = Bluetooth connect to device #1
F2 = Bluetooth connect to device #2
F3 = Bluetooth connect to device #3
F4 = change app
F5 = brightness down
F6 = brightness up
F7 = play/pause
F8 = volume mute
F9 = volume down
F10 = volume up
F11 = Home
F12 = calculator
Loudest --> Quietest
-- Microsoft Sidewinder X4 (membrane) -- typing is loud due to wobbly keycaps -- loudest (full N-key rollover)
-- SteelSeries Apex 300 (membrane) -- typing is loud due to wobbly keycaps -- almost as loud as Sidewinder X4 (20-key rollover)
-- Zalman ZM-K600S (membrane) -- slightly quieter than Sidewinder X4 with lower-pitched noise (full N-key rollover)
-- Corsair Strafe (Cherry MX Silent) -- very quiet, mix of low and higher-pitched noise, like a mouse chewing through cardboard (full N-key rollover)
-- Logitech K800 (scissor switches) -- very quiet, high-pitched noise, like soft footsteps on tile (limited rollover capability)
-- Logitech K810 (scissor switches) -- very quiet, high-pitched noise, like soft footsteps on tile (limited rollover capability)
-- Asus Cerberus (rubber dome) -- very quiet, low-pitched noise, like soft footsteps on carpet (19-key rollover)
Paired to these 3 devices no problem:
1. Windows 10 desktop computer -- via Asus bluetooth adapter USB-BT-400 -- see my review here:
2. Microsoft Lumia 950 -- for Continuum via Microsoft Display Dock -- the trick here is to hit 'Enter' on the keyboard after typing in the 6-digit code; neither the Logitech instructions or Windows 10 Mobile pairing message specifically tell you to do that, but by pairing to Windows 10 first I discovered that it had to be done.
3. Amazon Fire TV -- paired no problem as 'InputDevice' until recognized as 'Logitech K810'; 6-digit code, Enter, done. Typing registered for Amazon Music app (then Fire TV remote to 'enter'), but so far unable to register typing for the Youtube app; will update this review if find a way to do that.
BACKLIGHT (see pictures)
-- The backlight has 4 brightness levels (off, low, medium, high).
-- The backlight is subtle -- see pictures for comparison of medium brightness to Corsair Strafe (red backlight on low) and Apple keyboard (no backlight).
MISLABELED AS K811 (see picture)
-- While looking closely at the keyboard I discovered that the label on the bottom actually describes the unit as K811 (the Mac version), not K810 (the Windows version). This is clearly not in agreement with the visual appearance of the top of the device (the Windows version is darker-gray, as I have), nor is it in agreement with the function of the device (which I am using with Windows 10). The only reason I mention this minor point is that it might complicate warranty transactions, if any, further down the road.
Overall pleasant experience so far -- easy pairing, quiet typing, nice backlight. Limited rollover capability for gaming. Functionality for Amazon Fire TV varies by app -- worked with Amazon Music but not YouTube app, for example -- will update review as needed.
However after about 1/2 a year, the paint on the button start to fall off and now my space bar, A , S and E looks kinds of "different".
Hence, the design is good, the quality of the product still have room for improvement.
The other day I was working from my office using a larger wireless keyboard since I wasn't traveling. I was in the middle of an email and all of a sudden I couldn't type anything anymore. The cursor was going bonkers; I pressed all the keys on my large keyboard to check for stuck keys. Since nothing was working I turned off my bigger wireless keyboard and the cursor was still going bonkers. I looked at my iPhone and realized that it has to be the Bluetooth keyboard that is causing all the issues. I reached into my bag pulled it out and sure enough it was turned on and somehow a book that was in the bag slipped and was pressing the space bar. So my only suggestion would be to purchase a cover for the keyboard to help keep from accidentally turning the keyboard on.
My home workspace has changed recently, with me often using my home and work laptops (HP & Lenovo) coupled to 2 full HD monitors, and the constant hassle of using the correct keyboard and mouse with the appropriate laptop caused me to investigate Logitech's multi-device units.
While reading a very recent review, someone noted that 2 devices were on a 1/2 price sale (other outlets) so I purchased a K380 keyboard in gray, and an M590 mouse.
Both units worked well regarding the multi-device capability, a quantum leap IMO of functionality when you have multiple devices like desktops, laptops, and phones as I do as a programmer, though I haven't tested on my Samsung Note.
The M590 mouse worked well, though it was a bit sluggish on the HP perhaps due to a Bluetooth driver, and the mouse favors right-handers, I found the left edge where a righty's thumb sits to be a bit sharp & irritating, I now hold the mouse more loosely to adapt.
The K380 keyboard (reviewed on many sites as the best Bluetooth mouse currently available) worked OK, but after a few days I noticed alot of missed keystrokes, not helped by the smallish round key design, and the key labelling was indistinct and difficult to read in my lighting, and the lack of backlighting didn't help.
But more importantly, I found my hands getting pained by the slightly compressed key spacing on the K380, maybe those with smaller hands (women & kids) would be OK with it, but my hands are normal size, and overall I found the keyboard literally painful and unpleasant to work with, so I returned it and after some more research got the K810 from Amazon.
WOW what a difference, it is now my favorite home keyboard, replacing the K750 white solar unified (though my old Mac full-sized white wired keyboard I use at work is also very nice, fast and quiet, the best for serious work).
The K810 is a beautiful keyboard, is fairly quiet, has quasi-chicklet keys with a short travel that is for me a perfect feel, and there is something about the key plastic that feels almost jewel-like, slightly concave and a real joy to type on.
And the backlight turns on when needed, it doesn't always turn on just by hovering like some reviewers report, but I found that just touching my pinky slightly on the left or right edge of the keyboard depending on which hand is striking first always turns it on.
My initial monitoring of battery life (Logitech & review-rated at 10 days or more) was 22 days with heavy use and moderate backlighting.
All the keys are fine for size, shape and typical placement, and the lit CapsLock and [programmable] Calculator/F12 button are nice bonuses. Upper-left key is ESC, upper-right key is FORWARD-DELETE (with BACKSPACE below it), and lower-left key is CTRL (unlike my Lenovo!@#)
Note a reviewer said they didn't like having to press the "FN" key to enable "normal" function key use (vs. the multi-media functions), but that is customizable with Logitech's "Setpoint" app, as are some other functions.
This is just an amazing keyboard, sadly however, after about 5 weeks the "1" key started getting intermittent, failing more than half the time in my normal force typing, I started having to hit it a bit harder than the rest, with the left side of the key being particularly unresponsive, and after a while I found it to be untenable, a quick online chat with an Amazon rep and he sent me a replacement in 2 days!
I hope the bad "1" key issue was an isolated event, because I do not know of a better keyboard for my situation, and it really is an outstanding device for its multi-device functionality and great hands-on feel.
I rate it 6 stars, and deduct 1 for the bad key! }B^)
beautiful, if Logitech makes a white one I will buy it
beautiful key feel, there is nothing else like it
up to 3 devices, multi-device is a must-have for me
backlit keys, another must-have
Lit CapsLock indicator
3-week battery life so far, great considering back-lighting
small & light, but with normal key spacing
standard mini-usb charging (cable supplied)
tiny rubber feet to keep it anchored, but unnoticeable on your lap
gamers may prefer larger arrow keys and a full numeric keypad
non-replaceable lithium battery? but I read there is web info on how to replace it yourself in a year or 2
a bit pricey
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It might just be this specific keyboard, but a wireless keyboard with such a short battery life isn't really workable. Either bigger batteries, or removable batteries would be better.
I tried turning out the lights in the room and turned the brightness all the way up, and it has good lighting in the dark. Also, when you take your hands away from the keyboard for a few seconds, it recognises it and turns the brightness down a little, and then if your hands are still not there, then it turns it off to save power. When you put your hands close again, it turns back on to full brightness. Also, if the lighting in the room is bright, the illumination does not turn on, to save more power.
The keys are nice, they do not make a banging sound when you tap them, and what is nice about it, is that I got used to this keyboard in a matter of 5 minutes as I am already typing very fast.
The metal cover behind the keys is nice, and it makes the keyboard look expensive.
Overall, I recommend this keyboard to anyone looking for a portable keyboard.... it is a little smaller than a regular keyboard but its great for portability. It is a little on the pricey side, but I think its worth every penny!
Being bluetooth makes it really handy since you don't need a pairing usb adapter. The only problem with the bluetooth is that is your computer goes to sleep, it takes a few seconds for it to connect, though this might be more to do with the bluetooth module on the computer.
- Key spacing: Perfect, naturally comfortable.
- Key travel: Awesome travel and just the right amount of snappy response.
- Feel of keys: Smooth and great to the touch. Love it.
- Full size keyboard with no number pad! Exactly what I wanted (as I don't use a dedicated number pad and it just serves to make the keyboard way to big and unnecessarily bulky and bloated, in my opinion).
- Aesthetic: Clean, minimalist, simple, modern. Perfect.
- Great backlighting.
- Rechargeable battery: Long lasting between charges and no more wasted money on battery replacements (not to mention the environmental cost). Super convenient too. Thank you Logitech!
- Speed: I type way faster and more accurately on this keyboard vs. any other one I've ever used (and I've used dozens).
- Bonus: Dedicated Bluetooth buttons for using the keyboard to type on other devices. e.g. What a pleasure tying on this keyboard to write text messages on my Android phone.
Seriously, I would give this keyboard 10 stars if I could. It's really that good.
Had bluetooth products before and I always found bluetooth to be a little quirky when the device (mouse) would try to wake up and try to connect. There was always this long delay for discovery.
But this bluetooth keyboard has totally changed my view on BT connectivity. I added my laptop, my cellphone and my main desktop PC and the keyboard switches back and forth seamlessly.
The Logitech software SetPoint only allows re-assignment of 3 of the keys.While would like to see more available keys to use it's all good.
It took me a while to pair with my Samsung tablet but I am sure it was something I was doing because I later paired it with my laptop with no issues.
The backlighting is very good and a welcome addition that you usually do not find in portable keyboards.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this as a secondary travel or home keyboard. Laptop keyboards are very good these days but this board is much better.
I also decided against the apple specific keyboard as we have multiple different device types at home,,ios android and windows.
As for teh keyboard. Love it.
It is super simple to pair. I love the convex and concave shapes of the keys.
Typing feels really smooth and very responsive.
The sleek black finish is sweet and the whole key illumination..
If I wanted to work in the dark it would be awesome..I just like to swipe along and see it light up..
Logitech does it again.
As for feel, I like the spring of the keys and appreciate that the buttons are a little more raised than on some other keyboards. It's just about the size and weight of the Apple wireless keyboard (very light), so that is good, and although it isn't made of metal it does feel strong. I would love to find a good slip case for it though, because I think it might get damaged from lots of trips in my sidebag. Only time will tell.
After contacting Logitech they kindly replaced my keyboard, which is a happy surprise given the negative posts I read on their forum. My messages to Logitech support have been excellent and it took about 1 week to get my replacement approved and shipped. I am happy to start using this excellent keyboard again!
Update 1: After about a month of use the second Bluetooth key on this keyboard doesn't 'click' anymore and is very finicky. I'm not sure what caused this, the keyboard is still in very good shape and not abused at all. This of course can get annoying when I am typing quickly and the button randomly goes off. I don't know how this happened to this key, I wouldn't care so much if this were to happen to one of those cheap 20$ keyboard. But considering the price for this I am a little disappointed.
This keyboard is great. I am using it with my surface pro 3. I originally was using the type keyboard with my surface, but after about a years use the key's on my type cover were not as responsive as before. This became really annoying when i wanted to do some real fast typing.
There were many other keyboards that were cheaper options, however I loved the backlit option on this keyboard and the ability to pair to 3 devices. So now I can use it on my surface, my PC at home and my phone if i wanted to. (great for multitasking).
The keyboard has quite a solid feel to it. the aluminum top is very nice. there is a little bit of flex and give to the keyboard, but I would assume this is much less than most of the Bluetooth keyboards out right now. the key travel for me is great and i love the little dip the keys have.
I feel this keyboard is still on the pricey side, but damn does it feel good to type on and it is super easy to put in my backpack with my surface.