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Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800

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  • Wireless illuminated keyboard
  • Connect with ease with the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver
  • Backlight keys - easy to read in any light
  • Sleek and streamlined design
  • Fast and easy charging
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight680 g
Product Dimensions20.8 x 5.9 x 46.8 cm
Item model number920-002382
SeriesWireless Illuminated Keyboard K800
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,566 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First Available13 Sep 2010

Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800

Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800

The wireless keyboard with a brilliant nightlife

It's nighttime and the lights are low. But that won't keep you from catching up on your email or latest blog entry. With brightly backlit characters, an ultra-comfortable key system and powerful wireless, you're all set for a brilliant typing experience—day or night.

Bright backlighting for an easy read
Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800
Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800
Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800

Characters are laser-etched for precise, bright, even illumination in dark and dimly lit rooms. No distracting light around the keys—only the letters are backlit. Adjust brightness level for different lighting conditions—automatically or at the touch of a key.

Sleek style

Clean lines, a clear edge and low-profile keys look right at home with the latest laptop and LCD monitor designs.

Perfectly comfortable typing

PerfectStroke key system distributes force evenly across key surfaces, making every keystroke comfortable, fluid and quiet. Softly rounded concave keys position your fingers properly and help them glide from key to key.

Anytime recharging

No disposable batteries to deal with. Quick charging with a universal micro-USB cable—even while you're typing. Get up to 10 days* of battery life on a single charge.

Powerfully easy wireless

Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your computer. Plug it in, forget it, add a compatible mouse or number pad to it—without the hassle of multiple USB receivers. Reliably strong advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connection.

Works with

  • Windows-based PC: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
  • Available USB port
  • Internet access required for software download
  • Software required for connecting additional devices with Unifying receiver. Software available for download at the Logitech website

Box Contains

1 x Keyboard
1 x Logitech Unifying receiver
1 x Micro-USB charging cable
1 x Receiver extender cable
1 x User documentation
1 x Three-years limited hardware warranty

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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Desert Shroom on 13 Jan 2012
In a sea of predictably under-engineered rubbish this keyboard looks like a masterpiece. I spent ages deliberating over which keyboard to buy, but I knew I wanted wireless and hopefully backlit. Surprisingly that narrowed my search down to about 3 keyboards, including this k800 and other ludicrously priced insults to my intelligence. I was scared I would feel silly having spent £110 on a keyboard but I thought that I would just trust the principle that with technology, especially wireless gadgets, you get what you pay for. I was not disappointed.

My biggest fear was the range, no matter what the description said all previous wireless keyboards and mice seemed to solve the problem of wires and replaced it with the even more frustrating problem of signal dropouts. This keyboard has never once missed a single keystroke from my sofa across the room about 5m from the computer, utterly flawless in a room filled to the brim with various other RF signals and whatnot. When you turn it on there's no slight delay, no hourglass symbol, no prompt to update software, no silly nonsense cluttering up your life, just pure connection and instant control. The battery is not even an issue, it lasts months even with my default setting of the lowest backlight (perfectly functional and best ambient setting) always on and used every day. In fact the first time I saw the low battery warning light I was reminded that the thing even used batteries at all. Don't worry, although the battery is astonishing, there is still an easily accessible on/off switch for the piece of mind of those with OCD.

The backlights stand to attention when you so much as think about needing to find a key and fade away once you're done after a suitable delay.
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Emanuel Gaspar on 22 Dec 2010
When I'm using a keyboard, there are 2 situations that get me frustrated:

- If my laptop is plugged into my TV and I want to watch something, it's always a hassle to have to get up and type something.

- I love working at night and I have a tendency to do it while the lights are out. This means I sometimes have to pause and squint at my laptop to try and find a key. This is especially troublesome as I'm from Portugal but have spent the last couple of years in the UK, so I usually use both keyboard layouts every day (UK while working, PT at home).

I searched online and found a couple of wireless backlit keyboards, but one was from Microsoft and had that wave shape I dislike and another one was a really small one with only 56 keys. Luckily, Logitech was going to release the K800 soon. Being a faithful Logitech customer for years, I waited. The high price did force me to think hard on whether it was really worth it, so I had to decide if I was going to take a risk - mind you, I have never purchased an expensive keyboard before, my gadget money usually goes to mice.

I saw a couple of videos of the keyboard on Youtube and it looked good. I never saw or touched one in the shops.
I finally decided on ordering it. I have been using it and I have to say... it's amazing!

- Shape
The K800 is very thin, minimal, quite low profile. It's shaped like a slim wedge with a transparent plastic edge around it. The micro USB plug is placed at the top right. I think it would have been better in the middle or the left side, so the wire stays away from the right side of your desk - where I have my mouse.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S on 19 Mar 2013
The K800 is a very nice wireless keyboard. It has rechargeable batteries that are user replaceable and the keyboard charges via USB. The keyboard connects to the PC wirelessly via Logitech's unifying receiver, which allows you to connect multiple supported devices using just one receiver. The build quality and feel of the keyboard is good, although I wouldn't really call it "premium".

The illumination is a key feature. There's 4 different brightness levels, or you can disable it completely. The keyboard has a motion sensor built into it, so you can set it so that the illumination turns on when it detects your hands near to the keyboard, then it'll turn off again after a few seconds when you move your hands away. You can also set it so that the illumination only activates when you start typing. It works really well and definitely adds value.

The keyboard's function keys all have secondary functions, for instance, you can launch your web browser or email client. There are also dedicated volume buttons, a mute button, and a button that launches the calculator in Windows. Much of this functionality can be customised via SetPoint, which is a nice feature.

If you're running Windows 8, I would advise installing version 6.32 of SetPoint rather than the latest version, which is a little buggy. 6.32 works OK.

All in all, I think this is a good product, although I think the price of entry is a little too high. If you took the illumination away, this keyboard would be worth maybe £20-£30 and I don't think the illumination adds £50+ of value, but considering that there are virtually no good alternatives to this keyboard on the market, if you want a keyboard with illumination then this is the one to go for.
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