Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 announced

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logitech-tk820When it comes to keyboards, there are so many different varieties and makes that we can choose from – ranging from those normal keyboards that you pound your fingers all over the place to churn out a long overdue report, to the special, ergonomically inclined models to ensure that your wrists get a long life, or at least to last you as long as possible, in addition to the gaming centric keyboards which hope to make you a better gamer, although you have long maxed out your gaming talent without hardware being a deciding factor in your performance anymore. Still, Logitech wants to remain in this market, having announced the all new Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820.

Yes sir, here we are with yet another wireless contraption to sit on your desk or in your living room, and for it to connect wirelessly to your machine, it will do so on the advanced 2.4GHz spectrum. Not only is it a wireless keyboard that helps reduce the clutter around your desk, it will also boast of a built-in touchpad so that you can type and swipe comfortably together, without having to rely on something else like a mouse that would cramp your style when you already want a minimalist look in the first place.

The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 boasts of an ultra-slim design which will take up a whole lot less space than a normal keyboard, and since the touch area comes across as significantly larger compared to a built-in laptop touchpad, you are able to perform tasks such as pointing, zooming in, and swiping in a smooth and comfortable manner. Not only that, the touchpad will be able to supports up to 13 Windows 8 multi-touch gestures assuming you have already downloaded the Logitech SetPoint software.

The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 will arrive in US as well as in Europe later this month for $99.99 if you are interested.

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Jan Andersen Says: August 17, 2013 at 10:53 am

Cool gadget from Logitech ?? – who would think of launching such a keyboard without back lit keys ? – we are in 2013, not in 1998.

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