Review on Logitech K780 Keyboard.

Moving between devices is usually one of the biggest challenges for gamers since it requires the use of multiple keyboards to enter data on them. However, Logitech brought the solution with the release of the K380 Bluetooth keyboard, which is a predecessor of Logitech K780. Even though it comes at a higher price, this latest release addresses a lot of problems that were available on the first device.

The first thing you’ll notice about the device is its size, which is like regular keyboards but is slightly bigger. The oval and concave keys also give it a unique appearance and better aesthetics. The choice of a plastic casing for the keys, deck, and underside also makes it a beautiful keyboard. USB connectivity is also available on this device, adding to its usability and attraction.

Unlike its predecessors, Logitech K780 isn’t easy to carry around. However, it is compatible with most devices running on various Oss. You can use it with windows, mac, android, Chromebook, and iOS devices, and it will adapt the configurations of the respective operating system. For example, if you use an android device, it gives you Home, Back, and other similar keys, and if you use Mac, you get a command key instead of Alt. Pairing the keyboard with the other devices is very easy. Make it discoverable by pressing one of the function keys, then enter the passcode provided by the connecting device. It also has a rubber gutter that can hold at least two portable devices, with the rubber texture keeping those devices tightly in place.

It may take you a little longer to get used to the keys, but once you get the hang of it, you will enjoy silent typing that isn’t usually available with other keyboards. Logitech has also prioritized comfort with the inclination feature on the keyboard. Even though it doesn’t have a stand, it still provides enough comfort for extended use.

You may not like that the NUM and CAPS lock indicators are not available, and the keyboard doesn’t have a backlight feature, which makes it challenging to use in a dim setting.