Tip of the day: Logitech Illuminated K830

Do you have a meeting room with a keyboard and mouse that always seems to disappear?
Well the Logitech Illuminated K830 is a living room keyboard, but I have found it to be perfect at the office meeting room as well.

Its easy to use, wireless, all in one and no parts to get lost.

Illuminated keys that turns off 7 seconds after you stop to type. It has a sensor that detects the amount of light in the room and automatically dims or brightens the backlight. The touchpad is good and precise. It also have a 33feet (10m) wireless range with dual connectivity.



System Requirements

  • Windows® 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later
  • Android™5.0 or later
  • Chrome OS™
  • USB port or Bluetooth Smart enabled computer


Height: 4.93 in (125.3 mm)
Width: 14.45 in (367.0 mm)
Depth: 0.65 in (16.5 mm)
Weight: 17.46 oz (495 g)


Height: 2.04 in (52 mm)
Width: 3.15 in (80 mm)

Cable Length (Power/Charging) 51.18 in (130 cm)

Warranty Information

  • 1-Year Limited Hardware Warranty


Package Contents

  • Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard
  • Unifying receiver
  • USB Recharge Cable
  • USB Range Extender Cable
  • User documentation

Technical Specifications

Wireless Protocol:

  • Logitech 2.4 GHz Wireless Technology
  • Bluetooth Smart

Software Support (at release): Logitech Options
Supported Hardware (at release): Logitech Unifying receiver
Key life: up to 5 million keystrokes
Typing noise: within 55 dBA for all keys
Wireless range: 10m (33ft)
Indicator Lights (LED): Battery and connection status LED (green / red)
Backlighting: Smart Illumination
Special Keys: Mute, Volume Down, Volume Up
Connect / Power: On/Off Switch
Battery Details: Rechargeable Li-Po Battery
Battery Life (rechargeable): 10 days

Other Features:

  • 3.5″ multi finger touchpad
  • USB cable extender (150 cm)

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