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Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard — Backlit Keyboard, Fast-Charging, Dropout-Free 2.4GHz Connection
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- 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
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|Are Batteries Included||No||No||No||No||No||No|
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Wireless||—||micro usb, usb||Wired||Bluetooth|
|Hardware Connectivity||USB||Radio Frequency||Bluetooth||USB||USB||Bluetooth|
|Item Dimensions||2.31 x 8.19 x 18.44 in||1.38 x 7.87 x 19.09 in||5.59 x 15.1 x 1.65 in||—||18 x 3 x 8 in||5.7 x 12 x 1.3 in|
|Item Weight||3.56 lbs||2.35 lbs||1.75 lbs||2.73 lbs||2.31 lbs||1 lb|
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.
From the Manufacturer
| Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 |
|•||Adjustable character backlighting for dark or dimly lit workspaces|
|•||PerfectStroke key system for comfortable, fluid, quiet typing|
|•||Rechargeable—no batteries needed|
|•||Sleek style with clear trim and low-profile keys|
|•||Powerful USB wireless connection with tiny Unifying receiver|
* Allow three to six hours for full charge. Actual battery life will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles.
|Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 |
The wireless keyboard with a brilliant nightlife
|What's in the box? ||Works with |
Which Logitech Keyboard Is Right For You?
|Keyboard K120||Media Keyboard K200||Illuminated Keyboard||Wireless Keyboard K250||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||Easy cordless freedom||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|
|Enhanced Comfort||Comfort Wave Design||PerfectStroke key system|
|Integrated Number Pad|
|Integrated Palm Rest||Cushioned|
|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|
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What I hate about the keyboard is that it is unrepairable. I own 3 of these keyboards. Two I use at home and I'd bought a third to use in the office.
About 6 months ago I started having problems with the spacebar sticking on one of the keyboards. Then other keys began to stick or would not depress down and make contact. I tried vacuuming the keyboard and used compressed air to make sure there was nothing under the keys.
I made the mistake of trying to lift one of the keys on the keyboard without realizing how easy they could pop off and how impossible it is to get them back on. After going on various boards, including Logitech's, the consensus is that you can't repair these keyboards, you can't buy individual replacement keys, and if anything fails the customer's only option is to replace it.
A month ago, 3 keys on a second keyboard simply quit working. They don't stick and there isn't anything that I can find blocking the keys from making contact. They just don't respond.
I've had problems with Logitech’s high end wireless mice failing due to a known design flaw that Logitech has been aware of for years but has not corrected that causes the mouse to double click instead of single click when the mouse button is used. It makes the mouse ridiculously hard to use.
That's 2 keyboards, or over $150, that is now lost. One keyboard lasted about 3 years. I'm not sure how old the second one is but it's newer. Because I'm down to one working keyboard I will probably replace one of the failed keyboards with the same model keyboard because when they work well they are excellent keyboards.
But when they fail and there is no way to repair them it's frustrating and if a better option ever presented itself from any competitor I would move away from Logitech in a heartbeat.
Hard to clean
Key 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.
I do tend to make a lot of errors when typing quickly, but that may be my spastic fingers more than the keyboard itself.
I love the feedback, the sound/quietness of it, the illumination and especially the fact that you can switch it off from the front and being able to charge it via cable, and not mess with changing batteries all the time...I also have the "Performance MX" mouse and it too charges via USB...And it also has an on/off button, on the bottom...So when I shut down the computer, I turn off the mouse/keyboard and the charges last even longer that way..
All that said, it seems that these keyboards just aren't built to the same standards as they used to be...They seem to break more easily than they did before...
A thin, clear strip runs along the outer edge of the K800 and abuts the matte-finished outer perimeter, which houses the wrist wrest. A glossy black plastic finish surrounds the portion immediately outside the keys. The K800 is particularly susceptible to smudging, though it hardly constitutes a major design flaw since it occupies a small portion of the K800's face. The keyboard's sculpted keys are in the traditional style and a welcome departure from the Apple-inspired tiled style that's currently en vogue. The K800 packs a solid selection of hotkeys to execute functions, like opening a dedicated mail client, controlling media playback, toggling between programs, and adjusting the keyboard's brightness.
The matte-finished keys feature laser-etched characters, and the backlight shines through them with no noticeable seepage around the edges. The backlight itself is the main attraction of the K800 along with what Logitech dubs "hand proximity detection." Built-in sensors detect your hands as they approach the keyboard and, in turn, toggle the backlight on and off; the keyboard lights up when your hands are roughly four inches away, causing it to brighten up as you reach for it. Once your hands leave the sensory zone, the keyboard slowly fades to black in a very cinematic fashion.
Installation merely requires plugging the included receiver into a USB port and waiting for a minute or two as the driver installs itself. The K800 utilizes Logitech's proprietary "Unifying" technology, so up to six Logitech devices can be wirelessly connected to your system through a single USB port. For users with limited USB ports on hand, this is a nifty feature that helps free up port real estate, albeit not quite as effectively as Bluetooth does.
Typing on the K800's sculpted keys is an overall comfortable experience. In addition to having no lag time, its tapered profile sidesteps the shallow sensation typically felt on slimmer keyboards. The keystrokes strike the right balance between rigidity and softness, as reflected by the relatively low level of audible noise emitted during use. Compared with other keyboards, the K800 is significantly less clacky, an attribute that has prompted me to try it in the first place.
For users who would rather not bother with battery levels, the solar-powered K750 remains the best. That said, the K800's rechargeable battery lasts for quite a while on a full charge. I get at least the recommended 10 days on a charge and often double that. An LED battery life indicator on the keyboard conveniently shows the remaining battery life. Either way, the fact that the K800 can be used while charging through the included Micro-USB cable means that battery life will rarely be a major issue.
I was able to get one for $60 which is a great value for what you are buying.