Logitech K810 Bluetooth keyboard comes with automatic lighting and costs $100

Logitech K810 Bluetooth keyboard comes with automatic lighting and costs $100
Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 is a device we can imagine using more and more as smartphones become more and more powerful, and we even now have monitors created specifically to connect to handsets via MHL. And the Logitech K810 is a very decent option - it’s a chiclet keyboard that connects with smart devices via Bluetooth. Its keyboard light up at night so you can hit the right buttons quick enough. One of its cool features is that it automatically adjust its lighting.

The keyboard is compatible with Android 3.0, iPhone and iPads running on iOS 4.0 and Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows RT. Basically, you need to have your device supporting the keyboard profile HID.

The keyboard supports up to 3 devices and you can switch between them via a dedicated button in a second. The Logitech K810 keyboard price is set at $99.99.

source: Logitech



1. ZEUS.the.thunder.god unregistered

sounds really cool but i wish price was a lil lower may be under $50. but still a cool idea. pair it with Note II and you have a pc replacement. Not literally but I think its gonna be very useful with Note II.

2. eisenbricher

Posts: 973; Member since: Aug 09, 2012

I'm afraid that this price won't go any lower. Keyboard looks sleek, stylish and made with premium materials, is wireless and biggest plus is the backlight. This price is okay for such device.

3. ZEUS.the.thunder.god unregistered

yeah but price can/may go down if its popularity increases or vice-versa. but still a good deal. +1

4. plgladio

Posts: 314; Member since: Dec 05, 2011

How about the battery, once I saw it was having AAA batteries, that really worried me.

5. antmiu2

Posts: 550; Member since: Jun 19, 2011

USB rechargability Forget about having to change batteries. With USB rechargability, you’ll never run out of power. Easily top up your keyboard with the convenient USB cable and continue to work. You’ll enjoy between 10 days* and up to a year of power, depending on the intensity of illumination and time spent typing.

6. vddeguzman

Posts: 41; Member since: Jul 12, 2012

Laptop keyboards should have this functionality.

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