Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 arrives in a whiter shade of pale
Just imagine if hardware manufacturers were to think in the same manner as that of Henry Ford, where just like Ford’s motor vehicles, all the computer peripherals that we see and use in the market would come in just one color – black. Now that would be a bummer, and going to the office, you would be depressed with such a dull color staring right back at you. A black mouse, a black monitor, a black CPU chassis, a black keyboard, urgh! Thankfully, the modern day is nothing like the days of Henry Ford, and having a bevy of colors to choose from should not be considered to be a luxury for consumers, but rather, as a necessity. Having said that, Logitech is more than pleased to announce a special edition of its popular Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 which will arrive in white later this September.
I suppose if your geeky girlfriend is about to get married to the man of her dreams, this might be a decent personal present to get her, as it would definitely match her wedding gown. This special edition keyboard will come with all the very same features which has made the traditional Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 a winner in its own class, where among them will include a built-in touchpad, long range wireless and plug-and-play connectivity. Perfect at the office desk as well as in your living room, it is ideal for browsing online pages as well as watching videos on your PC-connected-TV.
Since it now arrives in a stylish shade of fresh white, it would be able to fit better into your clean and modern living space, no? Thanks to the built-in touchpad that is located on the Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400, you are able to comfortably control and navigate your content from a distance, doing away with the need for a separate mouse. The keyboard layout itself has also been optimized for the living-room environment, where you have direct access to media and entertainment keys. Not only that, since storing the keyboard can be done in a vertical manner, this $39.99 computer peripheral should be at the top of your shopping list if you are due for a new keyboard anytime soon.