Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800, Computer Keyboard Wireless, Desktop Keyboard
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- Brightly backlit keys with illuminated characters for easy typing, even in the dark
- 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
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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|
Top Customer Reviews
This keyboard is an improvement over the Dinovo Wireless Laptop KB in that the space bar now registers clicks from the **side**--which the Dinovo wouldn't register.
In addition the K800 lets you into the Bios/Setup of your desktop--a first for me with wireless KB. GREAT!
In terms of battery life, it has generic 2 AA NIMH 2000mah Made in China ("Designed in Japan") "low discharge" rechargeable batteries. The compartment in the back has a screw and you're allowed to put your own batteries back there if you want. Among battery brands, I'm partial to the fantastic "new and improved" Sanyo Eneloop rechargeables for their **great** low discharge (retains 75% discharge after 3 years). You can also put AA Duracells if it suits your mood instead of rechargeables. Two alkalines should last a long time (as long as you don't overuse the backlight, of course) as Logitech wireless KBs historically do really great with batteries. The great thing is that this KB allows you to put whatever battery that suits you! The KB also has a battery dial to always let you know how much battery you have left.
The recharging can be done via the yard-long USB cable which you can plug into the computer, or for faster charging, I plug it into the USB power adapter from one of my devices (Android smartphone, Kindle, etc) and continue using it wirelessly.
In terms of KB lighting, the system allows you to adjust the light level at 25% intervals or inhibit the light altogether until when you really need it. I rarely game or use the KB in the dark but it's nice to have this option for the odd time I need the KB lit.Read more ›
This wireless Logitech Keyboard (the K800) comes with:
- A disk of drivers/software and instructions
- A black, backlit full-sized keyboard
- A USB receiver (that you plug into your computer - it is NOT BlueTooth)
- A USB extension (for the receiver, should you need it), and
- A cable that allows you to recharge the keyboard's battery via USB
Ok, the cable that allows for USB recharging of the keyboard... BRILLIANT. Out of I-don't-know-how-many wireless keyboards I've owned, this is the first one that allows quick and simple recharging. (It recharges quickly, too) By far, this is the best quality of the keyboard besides it being wireless.
The backlight function is ok. In pure darkness, it's great. But sitting in front of a monitor, the light off the monitor easily overpowers it unless you have the backlight cranked to the max. So, it's functional, but no big deal there. If you remove your hands from the wrist rest, it dims after no input REALLY quickly. Luckily, it lights back up the moment the rest senses your hand.
The keys themselves are very quiet. They're as quiet as laptop keys. In terms of action and pressure needed, they're a step up from laptop keyboards, but still nowhere near the action of a regular keyboard. My gripe is with the spacing of the keys. Each key is the size of a laptop key (even a tad smaller) which isn't too bad. No, the trouble is that there is a one-millimeter gap between the keys. I've had to correct typos 6 times so far in this review that are due to one finger glancing off of a second key. (My major gripe)
Battery life is robust. In the four weeks I've had it, I've only recharged it once. But; I do use the onboard power switch.Read more ›
>>SETUP<< -- Getting this keyboard up and running was a snap. I just took it out of the box, inserted the Unifying Receiver, a teeny-tiny little USB device, into my desktop, and turned the keyboard on. The entire operation, from bringing the box inside my house to actively using the keyboard, took around a minute. This keyboard is truly plug-and-play.
>>APPEARANCE<< -- This keyboard is sleek and stylish. The all-black coloring and use of both matte- and glossy-black finish is a tasteful design choice. This keyboard, like my old one, has a slim profile... very modern and 'clean' looking. The backlit keys are amazing! This is definitely a feature I will enjoy. It's nice to be able to see the keys at night without having to have the lights on; not only does it cut down on electricity, but it lets you do work at night without having to keep the house lit up while others are trying to sleep. Plus, if you're into gaming, it lets you get 'in the zone' with the monitor as the sole light source (besides the keyboard).
>>PERFORMANCE / FUNCTIONALITY<< -- Again, this keyboard is a step up from my old one in every way.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just right size and well detected auto illuminating. Multimedia keys also work as expected.Published 45 minutes ago by Amazon Customer
I am extremely picky about my keyboard. I work from home with a laptop and additional external monitor, or sometimes use the TV. I despise using laptop keyboards. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Genella Brown
Try it, best key board I have used. Keys are silent, they light up and the feel is high tech.Published 1 day ago by Window
This is the second one purchased returned the first one for an exchange. It seems the rechargeable batteries do not take or hold a charge. Once we replaced the ones it came with. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Daisy M.
I love it! Bought this for my house so I can remote to work from my couch using my TV as a monitor. My wife uses the office so I had no choice. Read morePublished 2 days ago by T
Absolutely the best keyboard I have ever had. I've been using this same keyboard for at least 5-6 years and they seem to last around 3 years. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jody Phillippo
First thing I loved about this keyboard -- ditching the charge requirement. Just open up the back, take out the rechargeables, and yup, just two good old AA batteries (I like... Read morePublished 2 days ago by MD
As a standard keyboard, this one is solid. The typing feel to this is similar to a laptop, which I like, and there were no wireless issues. Read morePublished 2 days ago by M. Lee
I love the feel. I wish the legs were longer as I like as bit more slope.Published 3 days ago by Joe5555