Logitech MX Keys Wireless Backlit Keyboard - English
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- Compatible with Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android systems
- Perfect stroke keys are spherically-dished to match the shape of your fingertips for satisfying feedback
- Smart illumination delivers automatic backlighting and hand-proximity detection
- Flow cross-computer control allows you to connect up to three devices
- USB-C rechargeable for up to 10 days of battery life with backlighting on and up to five months with back lighting off
- Compatible with Windows 10, 11 or later, Linux, Chrome OS, macOS, iPadOS, Android
- Unifying Receiver
- USB-C Charging Cable (USB-A to USB-C)
- User Documentation
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Of the 2466 reviewers who responded, 2377 would recommend this product.
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- Excellent Keyboard- March 29, 2020
I love this keyboard, especially being a night owl and being able to use the back light feature is amazing. It is pretty quite for my liking, I like the keyboard with a loud click. It helps to not distract people around in an office or even at the computer desk with someone near you. It has a sensor that turns off the back light keyboard while it is not being used. You can also control the brightness of the illumination on the keyboard. I haven't tried the connect 3 devices feature but I'm sure it works as advertise. As for the keyboard it has the usual Calculator, camera, screenshot and lock shortcuts key on top of the numerical keys. Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase of this keyboard. It reminds me a lot from that magic keyboard from the rival of the orange fruit.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great keyboard- June 15, 2021
I've been using this keyboard for 4 months for WFH. With my job, I use both a Windows machine and a Mac, so the ability to support both is great. The charge holds for weeks and i haven't had any issues with connectivity, but I've mostly used the dongle and not the bluetooth. I pair it with my Logitech mouse on the receiver. The angle on the keyboard is pretty shallow and you don't have any way to adjust it (flat or higher). The keys are not very raised but they do have a smooth texture and i like the feedback. Not too loud but also not too soft and "smushy" like other thin keyboards.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- The Keyboard I've Been Looking For!- August 28, 2020
After owning the Space Gray Apple Magic Keyboard for a few months, I was left wanting more from a keyboard. I really wanted to enjoy that keyboard, especially for the price I paid. To my loss, I ended up selling it after 3 months and picked up this MX Keys and WOW! What a difference!! I went with this version as I switch between an iMac and a Windows laptop, and I have to say that process is speedy and simple! The backlighting allows me to work day and night, without having to strain my eyes or look for a light source to see where a key is. It has all the features I need to retain the feel of an Apple keyboard and a Windows keyboard. All the features on the "F##" keys work as I expect and I can have them set to work as desired depending on the connection. For example on device 1 (iMac), the F keys are set to perform the features like brightness of screen or keyboard, play-pause-next, and volume control and on device 2 (Windows), I have the "F##" keys function as those alone and I hold the fn key to use the features above. The keys are soft to the touch, very quiet and have a comfortable groove. Battery life is acceptable, even when having backlighting on all the time, but if I needed to charge, I just plug it in and keep working. This is definitely a solid and feature rich keyboard and I must for anyone looking to upgrade from their standard keyboard.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Same performance - smaller footprint- October 16, 2021
First off, this is my third or fourth Logitech keyboard (and mouse), so I'm pretty much a loyal customer. Not that I haven't tried other brands, but I haven't yet found another brand that is even close to as good. The quality is a given, so I'm going to focus on the difference between Logitech keyboards. I've positioned the MX in front of the K800, and you can see that the MX is similar from left to right and about 3" narrower from front to back. I like the smaller size because that leaves more room for your mouse, page stand or whatever else you may need near your keyboard. The actual keyboard itself is the same size and the difference is in the front palm rest, which you could substitute with your own choice, and the rear switch /battery level panel, which is really just wasted space. The on-off switch on the MX is on the back right of the keyboard and slides horizontally. It's easy to feel-find and has a slight "click" instead of a "mushy slide" as the K800 has. There is just one green LED light on the top right that flashes while charging and stays constant when charged. I can't tell you what happens when the keyboard needs to be recharged because I've used it for 3 weeks with no appreciable battery drain. Although the MX is smaller than the K800, It weighs as much, if not more. Possibly because there is a 1" x 1" "spine" which runs along the bottom rear and serves as the rear "legs" I suspect that is where the batteries are as well. The batteries are not meant to be replaced, and the unit looks as if it's a sealed unit. In any case, the overall "feel" is very solid with no flexing even with a little extra attempted twist. The Keys are adequately backlit with a battery saving pause-shut off feature similar to previous Logi backlit models, and are almost flush to the panel. They are minimum travel so sausage-fingered galoots like me have to always be careful of the hated double (even triple) key. There also isn't a lot of open space between the keys for "debris" to hide. The peripheral keys are laid out a little differently as they have both Mac and Win labels. There is also an interesting set of 3 buttons across the top for 1, 2 and 3 screen multi-screening, although I've not yet used that feature. Overall this is another high quality Logitech keyboard. Not an "all that" upgrade, but a good solid choice to replace ageing or inferior keyboards with Logitech "rock solid" quality and reliability.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Master of Productivity- October 22, 2019
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have enjoyed using the MX Keys for the past two weeks. For me, keyboard feel and response is primary. A clickety-clack keyboard is fine with me, but I do tend to be heavy on the keys, so my productivity can be noisy on a traditional keyboard. The MX keys feel nice and responsive, with reassuring key travel. And I can work in silence on this keyboard. My office mates, I am sure, will thank me for that. I have enjoyed the Keys as well as the companion mouse, the MX Master 3. This is a beautiful lighted keyboard which automatically adjusts back lighting, and which is also easily controlled from the keyboard itself. It also has a keypad, a great office convenience for me. Connectivity is solid. You can either mate these devices with your computer using the Logitech Unifying Receiver dongle (one supplied for each device) or, if your computer has Bluetooth connectivity, you can use Bluetooth instead. I did not need the dongle as Bluetooth was completely satisfactory. You can also pair the MX Keys with up to three devices. I had it paired with my computer and phone in minutes. I was able to immediately switch between controlling my laptop to controlling my smartphone by pressing the appropriate button on the keyboard. The MX Master 3 is simply beautiful on my desktop next to the MX Keys. The mouse has a vertical scroll wheel with a button to control whether the scrolling is smooth or with indentions. There is also a horizontal scroll wheel which I often used often with a customized zoom in and out function in Microsoft Word. There are also two additional customizable buttons beneath the horizontal scroll wheel. The feel of the mouse in my average-sized hand was perfect, and the scrolling function is smooth and flawless. The keys and mouse have a great working symbiosis. A plethora of customizations, both general and specific to commonly used office software is offered with the Logitech Options software. Functions on the mouse and keyboard can be changed, customized and re-arranged using the software. The possibilities are not infinite, but they would far exceed your patience and the scope of this review. The keyboard and the mouse are charged via supplied USB-C to USB-A cables. I did not time the charge, but you should expect to complete a full charge in three hours or less. While charging, a green LED flashes on the respective device. When it turns solid green, the device is fully charged. The LED changes to red when the battery is low. I had not seen it at the red level during my several days of testing, but I did get a low battery indication after about two weeks of heavy use, and performed a recharge. The keyboard is slim in physical dimension, but intentionally weighted by design. It will not be wandering anywhere on your desktop unless you pick it up and move it. There are no extending feet to break either, a feature which I greatly appreciate. These are quality components from Logitech that were an immense pleasure to use. Highly recommended.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.