Logitech presents Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus

Logitech presents Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus

The popular peripherals maker Logitech has announced the new Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus keyboard, which is not designed for gamers this time. Instead the new company product targets people who spend most of their days in the living room and allows them to control their PCs on any TV set. The Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Plus does that by means of wireless technology that covers up to 33 feet (11 meters) from the place where the keyboard is located and an integrated touchpad makes it easy to stream TV content, music, movies and other forms of entertainment.

“The living room is a place where we come to relax, entertain ourselves and connect with friends and family,” said Charlotte Johs, global vice president of computer peripherals at Logitech. “The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K400 Plus makes it easy to connect your PC to the TV and search for Internet content.”

The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K400 Plus offers a list of advanced features that includes adjustable cursor control for the integrated responsive touchpad, which makes the K400 a universal all-in-one mouse and keyboard device. There are shortcut buttons as well that bring easy access to volume controls and menu navigation. The keyboard is also slim, which makes it easy to store and handle. It includes pre-installed removable batteries that last up to 18 months so you won’t be changing batteries every day.

The new Logitech keyboard will be available in the USA this month and in the rest of the world in July. The keyboard will sell for USD 39.99.

Source: Logitech

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