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.
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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.

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System Requirements

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

Dimensions

Keyboard:
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)

 

Touchpad:
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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