It is no surprise at all to work remotely from home, or away from the office, and using a myriad of portable devices while we are at it. In fact, there are some pretty powerful tablets out there which, when paired with the right mouse and wireless keyboard, is more than capable of being a decent replacement. Well, Logitech knows this, and to make sure that modern day road warriors are well equipped with all that they need, they have come up with a pair of peripherals that you are sure to find useful – the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard as well as the Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse, and both of them will be able to provide you with the freedom to create, communicate or work wherever you feel inspired, on any computing device.
For starters, the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard will deliver the comfort and convenience of a desktop keyboard for your smartphone, tablet and other compatible devices. In fact, you will be able to hook up in a snap to any three Bluetooth enabled devices, and start switch typing among them thanks to the Easy-Switch buttons. The K380 keyboard itself is smart enough to recognize your connected devices and automatically maps keys to supported functions and shortcuts. This is one versatile keyboard that is compact and lightweight, letting you type on the device of your choice, regardless of where you are – as long as it is within the connection range, of course.
Now that we are a multi-tasking tribe, here to is the Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse, which will be able to bring a semblance of harmony to your navigation as you remain on-the-go between multiple devices. The M535 mouse has the ability to let you create on virtually any computing device, and we are not kidding when we say that, as it embraces the likes of Windows, Mac, Chrome and Android operating systems. It also comes with a programmable navigation button which will allow you to switch between applications, change between desktops, perform frequent actions, such as drag-and-drop files and images, as well as to replicate the three-finger swipe gesture that brings up mission control on a Mac. Heck, it can also bring up Task View on Windows 10, whatever floats your boat.