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Logitech K480 Multi Device Bluetooth Keyboard for PC, Smartphone and Tablet (QWERTY) - Black
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- Device interface: Bluetooth, Colour of product: Black, Yellow, Keyboard form factor: Mini
- Keyboard language: UK English. Power source: Battery, Battery type: AAA. Connectivity technology: Wireless
- Brand compatibility: Universal, Keyboard layout: QWERTY
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From the Manufacturer
- PC: Windows 7, Windows 8 or later.
- Mac: Mac OS X or later.
- Chrome OS
- Apple iPad or iPhone
- iOS 5 or later
- Android tablet or smartphone: Android 3.2 or later.
- Internet connection (for software download).
Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480
A wireless desk keyboard for your computer, tablet and smartphone
The Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 is a keyboard for your computer, that also works with your tablet and smartphone. The Easy-Switch dial lets you switch typing between three connected bluetooth wireless devices and you’ll find a familiar keyboard layout with shortcut keys for Windows, Mac or Chrome computers, as well as Android and iOS mobile devices.
Type on anything keyboard
Type on anything. A type of computer keyboard for your desk – that also works with your tablet and smartphone. Bluetooth computers or mobile devices that support external keyboards (HID profile).
Just turn the Easy-Switch dial to switch typing between three connected Bluetooth wireless devices.
Works with PC and Mac and Android and iOS
You’ll find a familiar keyboard layout with all the shortcut keys you use, whether you’re typing on a Windows or Mac computer or an Android or iOS tablet or smartphone.
Integrated smartphone cradle
The integrated cradle holds your phone or tablet at just the right angle for you to read while you type. Most phones and tablets up to 10.5 mm thick and 258 mm wide.
|Connectivity||Windows | Android iOS | Apple TV | Mac | Chrome OS||Windows | Android iOS | Mac | Chrome OS||Windows | Android iOS | Mac|
|Battery life||24 months||24 months||Rechargeable, 10 days to 1 year|
|Media hot keys||13 integrated media and shortcut hot keys||12 integrated media and shortcut hot keys||12 integrated media and shortcut hot keys 12 integrated media and shortcut hot keys|
|Illuminated caps lock||X||X||✓|
|Product weight||423 g||820 g||337 g|
|Dimensions (w x d x h)||279 x 124 x 16 mm||299 x 195 x 20 mm||287 x 114.8 x 33 mm|
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Top Customer Reviews
What attracted my attention to this Logitech K480 was the bigger size than the Kensington thin KB along with the slot to hold a tablet or smartphone. My everyday kit consists of a Lenovo Windows 8.1 64bit notebook, a Galaxy Note 8 tablet (GREAT device) and my two years-old Galaxy Note 2. My 2013 Galaxy Note 10.1 is not used much, but I am loath to sell it as it will work fine as a notebook with a suitable keyboard; this would solve a problem if my Lenovo notebook is not working or is not available, or for use at a meeting or workshop, I will try the Note 10.1 next week when I am back in the office.
The keyboard connects easily with any of my devices. The key travel and 'noise' is more than I am used to, however it's no problem. It is ideal for using with my Note 8 in landscape mode, although I have yet to use it in cattle class on a flight - that will be a test in 48 hours when I fly back to my work in East Africa.
This is not a light keyboard and other reviews have mentioned this. As one of two people have pointed out, the weight is required to stop the tablet falling out/'tipping' the keyboard over. I may be in my late 60s, but it's no problem carrying it in whatever work bag I am using. Thinner or other flimsy keyboards can bend and crack more easily; this will not.
I have not tried it with my Note 2 smartphone, but it will come in useful if my Note 8 has run out of battery juice and I have to use the Note 2 for notes, documents etc eg with MS OneNote, or a spreadsheet.
Although the K480 is solid in build and feel, I would still have liked a cover/box to keep the keyboard clean and also to raise the height of the device being used.
The plastics I find are ok - nothing wrong with them in my view and I've used loads of logitech/cherry/microsoft keyboards before. The keys are quite responsive, I can touch type with them quite easily. One downer but not a deal breaker are that some keys are missing as this is a shrunken keyboard. Keys like page up/down for example.
The keyboard feels quite solid and nicely weighted. People complain that its heavy but did they forget one thing? This keyboard has a ridge for holding a tablet, like an ipad. If it were light then the keyboard would be forever flippling when you go to touch the screen.
It uses AAA batteries which so far seem to be lasting quite a bit. I'm not a huge fan of rechargeable keyboards. Being a logitech, there is almost no delay between you tapping on the keyboard and the keys showing up on the screen. WIth other cheaper offerings, there is usually a delay which dampens the experience.
£50 may sound expensive, but buy 3 bluetooth keyboards and work out how much that adds up to ?
All in all, I highly recommend this keyboard.
The stand adds quite a bit of bulk to the keyboard, and works OK, but isn't universal and you can not always fit 2 devices in differing formats. It will take my 8" Tablet and Phone in Portrait, but a larger tablet would not fit side by side like this. Also with more 12" items coming out.
Wish I had opted for the same functionality and stood the other devices by themselves.. Photo of a Samsung Tab S 8.4 and a Sony X2, next to a fullsize Lenovo keyboard
This is the 'all things to all men' keyboard. It connects seamlessly with Windows, Android, Chrome OS, Mac OS and iOS. To assist that, it even has separate pairing buttons for Apple products and other products. The keys are marked up for Windows and for Mac, so that you know to use the alt button (Windows) as the Command button (Mac), and the correct legend appears on the keys which differ between the two systems. The instructions are provided on a removable strip at the top of the keyboard. There's also a nice slot for holding an iPad or smartphone vertically or horizontally, including a case if it's not too wide.
However, this is a really heavy keyboard. Carry this with an iPad, and you might as well be carrying a laptop. It's certainly much heavier than a Mac Book Air. Also, the keys are sloppy and nowhere near as nice as the keys on a MacBook, nor an Apple bluetooth keyboard. It feels like a budget PC keyboard.
If you're not much of a typist, then this may not bother you. If you average more than 45 wpm, then you'll find yourself significantly slowed by it.
Recommendation: for casual keyboarding this is a very convenient thing to have round the house, and the presence of a physical dial to select between three devices is excellent. It's also nicely proportioned for typing in your lap. However, it's too heavy to really take places, and it just isn't the right feel for that NaNoWriMo novel you were planning to start on 1 November.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A good bit of equipment. I bought it for a disabled friend and found it very easy to set up. They are delighted with it's ease of use with a tablet. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Freespirit1976
A good, functional keyboard. Clean, "clicky" action as very expensive keyboards have. Blue Tooth functionality seems to work well. Can switch between devices well. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mathematica
Another great keyboard from Logitech. The Logitech K480 is a great Bluetooth keyboard and being able to connect 3 different devices at the turn of a button is great. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Paul
Purchased as a Christmas present, so about 3 months use so far. The K480 is in-use weekly with a Samsung Tab 8.0. (the Tab 8. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Mazerati
I bought this to use with my Mac Mini - and to date have not managed to get it working. For sure, it talks to my iPod and iPhone, but is not interested in my mac whatsoever.Published 1 month ago by Norwichman
I like this keyboard because of the little phone slot. The keys are a little squishy for serious typing though. It switches between devices lightning fast. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Watts
I've had this for some time now, and it's still in great working order, and has never let me down. The keyboard is very nice to use, feels solidly built and works like a charm with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Webb