Logitech introduces the wireless K380 keyboard

Logitech introduces the wireless K380 keyboard

The Swiss maker of various PC peripherals Logitech has announced the new Bluetooth-enabled K380 keyboard. The device is completely wireless and comes in three colors that have been mentioned in the product name. Hence the K380BK is a keyboard that is completely black, while the K380 BL and K380RD are blue and red, respectively.

The new keyboard is compatible with notebooks and desktop computers running Windows as well as other mobile devices that use Android, Mac OS X, Chrome OS and iOS. It measures 279 x 124 x 16 mm and weighs 423 grams (including two AAA batteries). The K380 has 84 keys, which means it lacks the numeric keypad seen in most QWERTY keyboards. In addition to this the K380 can automatically recognize the device it is connected to and map keys to supported functions and shortcuts, thus making typing familiar and comfortable once again.

The new Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard will be on the market on November 5 where it will sell for USD 34. The keyboard comes with a 2-year warranty as well.

Source: Logitech

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