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Type on any computer, phone and tablet with one keyboard*.
Easy one-button switching between three connected devices.
Full-size familiar layout for comfortable easy typing.
Integrated phone and tablet stand.
Extended two-year battery life**.
Easy wireless connection via included USB receiver or Bluetooth Smart wireless.
Works with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, iOS (iPad, iPhone) and Android devices.
Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard
Rewrite the rules of desktop typing. Meet the K780 Multi-Device: the beautiful type-on-everything keyboard.*
Enjoy quiet, comfortable typing, on your Windows PC or Mac, and switch typing to your phone or tablet at the touch of a button. An integrated rubber stand holds your mobile devices within reach and always at the perfect typing angle. Type. Switch. Go.
* USB-equipped or Bluetooth Smart ready device that supports an external keyboard (HID profile).
** Battery life calculation based on an estimated two million keystrokes per year in an office environment. User experience may vary.
Start typing on your computer, then type on your phone or tablet at the touch of an Easy-Switch button. It’s compatible with Windows, Mac, Android and iOS and gives you a choice of easy wireless connections—included USB receiver or Bluetooth Smart technology.
Full-Size, Fully Equipped Keyboard
Experience quiet and comfortable typing with large, concave, carefully crafted keys in a full-size and familiar layout, including a convenient number pad. It’s durable and hassle free with solid construction, two-years battery life and long 10m/30 feet wireless range. (Wireless range may vary depending on operating environment and computer setup.)
Mobile Device Cradle
An integrated phone and tablet stand securely holds a variety of devices from smartphones to iPad Pro at the perfect angle to read and type. (Holds most phones and tablets up to 10.5 mm/0.4 inches thick.)
It’s a super-smart keyboard that recognizes each device and operating system and automatically maps keys to give you a familiar layout with your favorite hotkeys and shortcuts.
The K780 multi-device is a fully equipped, beautifully finished computer keyboard that also works perfectly with smartphones and tablets.* enjoy quiet, comfortable typing, switching easily between three devices you enter text on. Works with PC, Mac, Android, Chrome OS and iOS. *USB-equipped or Bluetooth Smart ready device that supports an external keyboard (HID profile)
Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available
September 16, 2016
Warranty & Support
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I've spent more money on keyboards that I'd like to admit. One thing that the new Logitech K780 and MX Master mouse do very uniquely is replace simple KVM switches. It also has a very good light key action. The keys have very little play in them and are soft yet firm in their action. Actuation pressure is fairly light but doesn't feel cheap at all.
I like the key layout. I actually do use insert, delete, page up, page down and the arrow keys quite a bit. I do prefer a TKL layout but this is also not bad. I can easily adapt to the alternate layout and can use the numpad as directional pads with all the aforementioned keys laid out on the numbers. I think it's important not to have too much space between the right edge of the enter key and the mouse. This allows proper centering of the keyboard without having to use the mouse way out to the right of your workspace.
The keyboard is also heavy. This allows it to be used as a base for heavier tablets. I use it with my iPad Pro 9.7" in tablet or portrait mode easily. They definitely spent some time on this because it actually angles devices down quite a bit. This is the proper ergonomic angle since this allows you to look down on the iPad without crouching.
I've used a couple mechanical keyboards and I plan on keeping them for a variety of uses, but this will probably be my main desktop keyboard. It is just so versatile and has the perfect layout for me.
Some key points of the keyboard I like: - 3 device switcher (can use any combination of Logitech Unifying receiver and Bluetooth). Works great to switch between my Mac and Windows PC. - Full sized key spacing. (Although this looks like the K380, the keys are more widely spaced and are definitely of a higher quality) - Number pad - Customization of keys. - Reduced width for better ergonomics for right-handed mouse users. - 24 month battery life. I basically only will have to replace the batteries once, maybe twice before I get a new keyboard.
I ordered this keyboard after considering and trying out several models within the Logitech line. I bought it for its heft and form factor (it is a very nice-looking keyboard), extremely quiet keys (I'll be using it in a recording studio), and ability (or so I thought) to connect to multiple devices easily via Bluetooth. My work area contains an iMac, a Macbook Pro, and iOS devices. Photo shows other devices to give some idea of the proportions of the K780.
One of my tests was to run my fingertips over the keys. With most keyboards, you get that slight clicking noise from the play in the keys. Not so with the K780. The keys are firm in their positions. I found that for my typing style this makes for very confident and precise touch typing.
Problem: I have had a hard time connecting at all to Mac OS Sierra (10.12.3) via Bluetooth, The K780 doesn't even show up as an option in the Bluetooth setup screen, but the Unifying wireless works perfectly even on a 10 y.o. iMac running Snow Leopard (10.6.8). However, I have not been able to keep that Unifying connection to my iMac working when I enabled Bluetooth to connect to an iPad. Upon further post-purchase research, I discovered that there are known Bluetooth issues with Sierra. None of these cropped up in the reviews I read here; in fact, the opposite. Other than that, I want to love this keyboard and am still giving it 4 solid stars because it looks and feels great and absolutely works as advertised in Unifying mode. I hope to bump my review to 5 full stars if I can find a fix for this issue with Sierra. In fairness to Logitech, I believe that this is a Mac issue, not a problem per se with the keyboard.
This is a practically the only way to get a wireless keyboard for a Mac that is not cramped AND has the NUMBER PAD. I was concerned the round keys and slightly louder clicking would be hard to get used to but they are not a problem at all. Fun to toggle control over to my iphone but its too soon to say more. Know that there is not room in the built in device tray for the charging cable. I have no problem with the control key being far left because it it similar to wired mac keyboard which I used more than built in keyboard on the macbook pro. Happy with this purchase.
I use both PC and Mac computers, each with their own type of keyboard, but I could NOT get used to Apple's small, wireless keyboard. The keys were so flat, I found it difficult to adapt to and I misssed the numeric keyboard on the side. The standard Apple wired keyboard was slightly better, but not by much. This Logitech keyboard is slightly bigger than Apple's new wireless keyboard, but with the numeric keyboard and is exactly what I needed! The keys are raised just a bit more, it synced w/my Mac quickly and all the function keys work the same as the Apple Keyboard. This keyboard feels natural to the touch, compact and works very well with my iMac. I'm definitely glad I made this purchase!
I purchased this for my wife with the intention of her using it on both her newest Surface Pro (?5?) and smartphone. While her moto phone connects with the keyboards blue tooth it won't enter data into her text screen. As a function test I tried it with my Sam. Galaxy and it worked as expected. The moral is it may (or may not) work with your alternate equipment/ hardware. She does use it to connect her other Surface Pro 4 and does use the two side by side with the K780 keyboard. The keyboard itself appears to be a pretty solid build so I expect it'll last quite awhile. Maybe her next smartphone will support this feature.
I have purchased two of these. I really like this wireless keyboard. You have the option of blue tooth or using the "dangle" usb connector. It has a soft touch which i like and the keypad. There are some key variations on this keyboard so some may not care for it. I havent used it so far to switch between devices but know thats an option. I will in the future.