After several weeks of wait, the Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard has finally made it to Singapore shore. I spotted at the corner of shelves at the peripheral section, whilst I was hunting for in our local electronic store Challenger. Here’s the hands-on impression I would like to share
The keyboard is kept in the new design box, it is packed in a simple packaging; the box, plastic wrapper that’s all. The Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard adopts a similar to the Logitech K380 Bluetooth Keyboard that allows you to collect 3 devices across all platform, Windows, Mac, Android and IOS. The keyboard comes with a unifying receiver this round, it is well hidden in the rear compartment; besides the batteries. The unifying receiver provides a very straightforward connection between your keyboard and device, just plug in the dongle and you are ready to use. I even connect the keyboard to my Android phone via the unifying dongle and OTG connect, it works! how simple.
The Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard runs on 2 AAA batteries and claim battery life up to 2 years, i can’t verify on that yet. It has a very sturdy base with a cradle to mount your phone and pad devices.
Logitech K780 vs Logitech K380
Both devices have a lot in common, the Logitech K780 is an extended version of the K380, the K780 included the device cradle (as I mentioned above) and also numeric keyboard, it covers more desk area than the K380, it is not portable… and I would want to bring it anywhere i go. Both K780 and K380 shares the comfy, smooth silent. well spaced keyboard and I simply love it.
The Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard is premium spec keyboard, the set up is fast, the keys are comfortable, the well-spaced layout lowered my chance of hitting the wrong key. No regrets in getting this peripheral, premium keyboard come with a premium price tag.