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Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Living-room Keyboard with Touchpad $29.98

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  • Aug 20th, 2021 11:30 am
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Newbie
Nov 26, 2020
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If you're willing to wait this goes for $24.99 every black Friday/boxing day.
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Jul 16, 2017
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Not much of a deal, it's frequently at this "sale" price.
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Nov 2, 2003
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decent keyboard though for the living room
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Jun 15, 2011
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Thanks OP. Needed one. Can’t wait for Boxing Day or Black Friday to save few bucks.
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Sep 30, 2015
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York, ON
are the keys backlit for a dim room?
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Feb 24, 2018
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djemzine wrote: Thanks OP. Needed one. Can’t wait for Boxing Day or Black Friday to save few bucks.
Fair. Decent deal.

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Jul 8, 2009
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Is this a good fit with the iMac?
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Nov 26, 2003
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Read some review and it looks the touchpad is "okay" only. Would like to get a decent one so that I don't have to pay the kids 5 cents each time when I ask them to skip the annoy ADs in between Youtube videos.
Wait until you have kids😂
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Sep 23, 2007
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redflag wrote: Read some review and it looks the touchpad is "okay" only. Would like to get a decent one so that I don't have to pay the kids 5 cents each time when I ask them to skip the annoy ADs in between Youtube videos.
It's plenty good enough for that, I just wouldn't use it to edit an excel spreadsheet or in a CAD program. I've had the original K400 for about a decade since it came out in Canada and it still works perfectly for the living room.
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Jan 21, 2018
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It's a usable keyboard and touchpad, compatible with at least Windows, Android and WebOS devices. The main problem is no backlight, so not the best in a dimly lit room. There's a dongle storage compartment, but you have to pop the battery cover off to access it. The "Plus" version is just a slightly different key layout than the original K400, changed several years ago.
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Feb 12, 2006
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The best HTPC keyboard that exists- keys are wobbly and the touchpad doesn't have the best scrolling. But it's slim, and batteries last forever.

Well worth at $30, but as someone else stated, $25 is more or less the lowest.
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Jul 24, 2003
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can this be paired/used with Fire Stick, Google TV Chromecast and Roku?
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Apr 16, 2001
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Good for your smart tv, but wouldn't want to use it for my PC.
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Newbie
Dec 24, 2017
30 posts
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thanks op, grabbed one. A normal pc wireless keyboard I had laying around didn't have the range needed.
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Aug 24, 2003
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I have this keyboard and works really well with an android box.

That being said I’m pretty I got this for either 24.99 or 19.99 so hold off if you can, it’ll likely drop again.
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Aug 13, 2020
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redflag wrote: (...) Would like to get a decent one so that I don't have to pay the kids 5 cents each time when I ask them to skip the annoy ADs in between Youtube videos.
This is starting to sound like the 70's when you had to ask the Kids to get up to change the channel on the TV. (This was before the "Corded" cable tv remotes.)

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Mar 26, 2012
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Scote64 wrote: It's a usable keyboard and touchpad, compatible with at least Windows, Android and WebOS devices. The main problem is no backlight, so not the best in a dimly lit room. There's a dongle storage compartment, but you have to pop the battery cover off to access it. The "Plus" version is just a slightly different key layout than the original K400, changed several years ago.
To add to this, It's standard USB compliant, so I've had no issues with it working with my Mac and Linux, it's a great portable device. I have it tucked away in a drawer for the odd times I need to physically connect to my linux server and dont want to switch USB inputs from my PC to it. It's also served me well for my android box. I bought it at a similar price point many years ago, haven't changed the batteries yet and it's still holding up strong.

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