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Logitech K780 Multi-Device Bluetooth USB Wireless Keyboard, $79.99 ($20 OFF)

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  • Mar 16th, 2022 2:20 pm
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Aug 27, 2020
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[Best Buy] Logitech K780 Multi-Device Bluetooth USB Wireless Keyboard, $79.99 ($20 OFF)

Same price at Amazon, Staples, The Source.

Product Details
Enjoy exceptional typing on your computer, smartphone, and tablet -- all from one fully equipped and beautifully finished keyboard. The K780 Multi-Device redefines what a desktop keyboard can do, letting you switch typing easily between all the devices you enter text on. It connects to three devices at once so you can write an email on your computer, then reply to a message on your phone with the same keyboard, at the touch of an Easy-Switch button. Enjoy comfortable, fluid typing on quiet PerfectStroke keys. It works with Windows, Mac, Android and iOS and features an integrated rubber cradle to hold your mobile device at a perfect angle and within reach. Choose to connect with a Logitech Unifying USB receiver or Bluetooth Smart technology. Two year battery life from two pre-installed AAA batteries.

Pair your wireless keyboard with up to 3 devices and easily switch between them, Logitech Options lets you customize keys, create hotkey shortcuts and get notifications
PerfectStroke key system provides quiet and precision typing, solidly designed with thin, laptop-like, carefully crafted concave keys and shortcuts
Connect your device via Bluetooth or Unifying receiver, this keyboard also features an integrated rubber cradle that carefully holds various devices at a comfortable angle
Compatible with Windows, Mac, Android and iPadOS, this compact keyboard recognizes the device it's connected to so all keys and shortcuts are exactly where you expect them to be
Reliable Power: This portable multi-device keyboard comes with 2 pre-installed AAA batteries which can last up to 24 months with a built-in auto-sleep function and an on/off button
Gaming Non Gaming
Language English
Material Plastic
Warranty 1-Year Limited
Ergonomic No
Backlight No
Connectivity USB, Bluetooth
Key Profile High Profile
Numeric Keypad Yes
Wired/Wireless Wireless
Spill Resistant No
Backlit Keyboard No
Bluetooth Enabled Yes
Programmable Keys No
Batteries Included Yes
System Requirements Windows 10, 11 or later, Chrome OS, macOS 10.15 or later, iOS 11 or later, iPadOS 13.4 or later, Android 8 or later
Interchangeable Keys No
Mice/Keyboard Colour Black
Customizable Key Lighting No
Number Pad Yes
Rechargeable No
Cable Length (feet) 0
Weight (lb) 1.93
Dimensions (inches) 6.22" x 14.9" x 0.86"
Battery Details 2 x AAA
Design Details Rubber device cradle
Additional Features Easy switch between devices, silent typing
Included in the Box Keyboard, 2 x AAA batteries, USB receiver
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Jr. Member
Jul 21, 2020
173 posts
I’m so used to square keys on the keyboard. Is there any difference when it comes to typing on a keyboard like this?
Jr. Member
Nov 7, 2005
153 posts
I have this keyboard and found that it was not the shape of the keys but the missing home end pgUp PgDn cluster as with a full size keyboard. I also preferred how quiet it is (Shared home office ) but you may prefer louder feedback. Suggest trying one at a local Best Buy if possible but otherwise I'm happy. Paired with a m720 mouse or MX master, gives you great home office combo for multiple laptops and desktops.
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Jul 23, 2005
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I looks like those keyboards to use with a tablet.
Sr. Member
Oct 27, 2021
670 posts
my father got me one for free from his company. i sold it for 70 dollars in 2016. now i am buying it back at higher price.
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Sep 18, 2021
1446 posts
Seems expensive for a regular looking keyboard?
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Mar 8, 2003
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No back-lit, no go
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Nov 2, 2003
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Qndydsb wrote: my father got me one for free from his company. i sold it for 70 dollars in 2016. now i am buying it back at higher price.
i bought a 512MB GPU for $10 in 2018
just sold it for $30 in 2022
Jr. Member
Nov 7, 2005
153 posts
wlee wrote: No back-lit, no go
Excellent point - for that you'd have to move up to the MX Keys product (+70$) or MX Keys mini (+$20 but more cramped form factor), which is almost worth it.
Feb 19, 2015
4 posts
Swap out my mechanical keyboard for this.
tenkeyless size but with num pad which is a plus for me.
Rounded keycaps need a little getting used to in the beginning, but is not weird to type on after.
Because this incorporates a tablet holder, The keyboard is really heavy. good or bad depends on how you use it.
Aug 30, 2007
43 posts
I have a logitech mx series Bluetooth keyboard. Although keyboard is quite nice the Bluetooth connection is a little annoying. Sometimes it doesn't connect unless I log into windows (laptop). One time for some reason my Bluetooth drivers just flat out disappeared do had to hunt down my driver's in the Lenovo site. Never had issues with a RF keyboard. In the future I will pass on a BT keyboard. Just my preference


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