|Item model number||920-007181|
|Hardware Platform||Tablet, Smartphone|
|Operating System||Windows 7|
|Item Weight||6.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.53 x 5.39 x 0.24 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.53 x 5.39 x 0.24 inches|
|Batteries||1 CR2 batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||April 8, 2015|
Logitech Keys-To-Go Ultra-Portable Bluetooth Keyboard for Android and Windows, Black
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
|Compatible Devices||Tablet, Smartphone|
|Operating System||Windows 7|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.53 x 5.39 x 0.24 inches|
|Material||Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene|
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- Ultra-portable wireless keyboard for Android and Windows devices: Ultra-slim, light, go-anywhere Bluetooth keyboard fits easily in a coat pocket, purse or briefcase
- Durable and spill-resistant: Wipe able Fabric Skin protects the keyboard from spills, dirt and drops
- Comfortable typing: Well-spaced, full-size keys with Android/Windows shortcuts for fast, familiar, accurate typing on your tablet
- Portable Android/Windows smartphone stand: Attaches to keyboard and holds your smartphone upright for easy typing
- Long-life rechargeable battery: Type for up to 3 months between charges (Based on 2 hours average usage per day)
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Keys-To-Go is the super slender, uber handy, fit anywhere, go everywhere Bluetooth keyboard. Packs light, types comfortably and wipes clean so you're never at a loss for words.
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Update: I had to remove one star because you must depress the FN key to hit ESC or Delete. I use ESC all of the time to close Outlook email windows. This is a bit of a nuisance... I would rather have "Music Player", "Email" or "Internet Explorer" as function keys.
Easy to clean
Has Home, End, and Page keys
Great selection of Windows/Android Keys
Good typing experience for its size
The stand works well with phones (as long as they are not in bulky cases) or tablets (naked or in very thin cases/covers)
Given that it is a compact keyboard, the typing experience is not as good as a full size keyboard. You can actually touch type with the keys, but there is limited travel which means that you will have to be more deliberate with your keystrokes (i.e. slower).
The keys are not backlit
It does not pair with multiple devices
...vs Microsoft Surface Touch Keyboard Cover
If you have owned a Microsoft Surface Touch keyboard, I am sure that you are curious or skeptical of this keyboard. This is an entirely different tool... This is thicker than the touch keyboard and actually contains real keys under the fabric covering. (The fabric does feel a lot like the Surface Touch product). This makes the keyboard more accurate. It is sort of like a Type Keyboard with the Touch Keyboard fabric covering it. It also does not have a touchpad.
...vs Samsung Galaxy Tab S Keyboard Covers
The Tab S keyboard cover is beautiful and provides a slightly better typing experience.However, this is more compact and easier to carry. (If you own the Tab S keyboard cover you know that it is not easy to protect your tablet or the keyboard from scratches because there is no cover for them when they are used together.)
...vs Logitech K810
The K810 is the benchmark in my opinion for mobile device keyboards.The backlighting, multi-device capabilities, style, and typing experience are improvements over Keys-To-Go. The K810 is twice as thick and 4 inches longer. If you are comfortable putting a K810 in your briefcase (and taking it out in a meeting), then by all means go for it. However, Keys-To-Go is more compact, comes with a simple stand, and is spill resistant. I have both. One for home (K810) and one for the road (Keys'to-Go)
I really like the small inset power switch. There have been so many times for me that I've pulled a laptop out and found it cooking because a bluetooth keyboard turned on and woke up the laptop. I've also had them run out of batteries trying to send senseless strings of characters to a sleeping device because it woke up with keys pressed into other things in my bag.
Pro: Works on uneven surfaces, like a lap. It doesn't turn on by accident! Battery seems to last a long time. Rechargeable battery so I don't have to deal with an extra door to break/get lost. Charges on the same cord as my other android devices (one less device on the road). Reasonable tactile feel. The stand that comes with it is separate so you don't have to cary it around and it is good enough to hold a Nvidia Shield without falling over.
Con: Small for large hands, mushy feel, yeah; that's about it.
1) A slightly bigger option (give me another one or two mm space between each of the keys, only about 1/2 to 1 inch wider!
2) A bit more high difference between the key tops and the valleys along with a slightly longer key throw (another millimeter would be good here as well, seems like a small amount but I think it would feel very different. I'm going to experiment with key caps)
Out of the box and paired to the tablet took seconds. I love that it has a stand for tablet or phone typing (didn't see that on the description!) However, three small things cost it a perfect 5-star rating, which I think a keyboard at this price ought to include: (1) Backlighting. For PC keyboards it's a luxury, but for a tablet that goes places, it's just about a modern requirement. (2) No caps lock LED indicator. Not a dealbreaker but both the KuGi and Arteck keyboard, $30 cheaper, had them. (3) Some sort of magnet sticky to attach the keyboard to a case; otherwise it can flop around and actually slide out the end of a case or sleeve. But these are my quibbles. So far it's quiet, comfortable, fast, accurate, and sturdy.
This keyboard is definitely spill-proof. As usual, it did not take me long to spill a drink on it. I've lost many keyboards that way. This one didn't care.
The keyboard is very thin, hardly noticeable in a bag carrying the tablet. Claims ultra-long battery life, but I don't know, as I keep it charged.
I have small fingers, so no problem. But if your hands are large, then that could be a problem. Also, it requires some practice to get the feel of the keys.
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Once I got used to it, the keys being just slight bumps feels a bit weird, it was as smooth as you'd want it to be and quite responsive. There can be a touch of lag at first but that's Bluetooth, once the connection is made it's perfect.
I've been carrying it around in an inner pocket of my backpack for a month or so now and it seems no worse for the wear so the "ultra portable" isn't just marketing talk it really is all that.
If I have any complaints the power button is a bit of a pain, it's tiny so you've got to flick it just right to power off.
Which you want to do when not using, the battery lasts much much longer that way, so much so that when it does run out of juice it takes a second to remember that it needs to be recharged and doesn't run on magic.
If it lasts me three or four years I'll be happy with the value.
+Comfortable to type, silent typing, no lag, no repeat keys
+ USB charging cable included
+Instantly pair up with my iPhone even though it’s paired up with Logitech K380 as well. Bose headphone and Anker keyboard always conflict with each other (fight over which gets paired first)
- Price is twice the other brands or Logitech models, but you pay for Quality!
- the freebie plastic cell phone stand that snugs into the keyboard is a nice idea, but the reading angle is just too straight.
and i liked that it was small and portable and rechargeable.
what really killed it for me was that there were no F-Keys (F1, F2, F3)
I guess most people wouldn't have much use for those keys, but if you're like me ... well ... some of the software that I work with make use of those keys, so they'd be nice to have.
I'd like to see a rechargeable bluetooth keyboard that's small and portable has F-keys and a num pad.