porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery
porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery
porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery
porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery
porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery
porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery

porhn hub Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard; Tactile Responsive Typing; Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C; Apple macOS Microsoft Windows; Linux iOS Android Metal Build - Graphite free home delivery

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      USB c Rechargeable: Full porhn hub charge lasts up-to 10 days porhn hub or up-to 5 months porhn hub with back-lighting off. MX Keys Keyboard- 5.1 porhn hub H porhn hub x 16.9 W x porhn hub 0.8 D inch, USB Receiver-0.7 porhn hub H x 0.5 W x 0.2 D inch, porhn hub Palm rest-2.5 H x 16.5 W x 0.3 D porhn hub inchFlow cross computer porhn hub control: Type porhn hub on multiple computers in 1 porhn hub fluid workflow1 year limited hardware warrantyThis keyboard cost way more than I had hoped porhn hub to porhn hub spend, but porhn hub now that I have bought and porhn hub returned porhn hub at least porhn hub 3 others, I realize it is absolutely a bargain. The connection is simple via porhn hub either Bluetooth or porhn hub a porhn hub Bluetooth-like dongle and worked flawlessly right out of the box.The battery lasts for months when fully charged, but by charging it porhn hub full-time porhn hub (either plugged into the wall or porhn hub to porhn hub a porhn hub USB porhn hub port), the porhn hub LED backlighting stays on porhn hub for about porhn hub 20-30 porhn hub minutes porhn hub if left porhn hub undisturbed. Without constant charging, porhn hub the backlight turns off within a few seconds of taking your hands from the keyboard.Also porhn hub regarding the backlighting, it only comes in one color (white) and porhn hub its porhn hub brightness can be adjusted. However, if the light sensor detects that it is bright light porhn hub (direct sunlight) the backlighting is turned off. porhn hub If porhn hub pretty colors porhn hub that pulsate and do other strobing effects are important to you, this is not your keyboard.Now, porhn hub for what I love about it. Number one, it porhn hub is as close porhn hub to silent as porhn hub is porhn hub humanly possible. It is porhn hub about as loud porhn hub a tapping your porhn hub finger porhn hub on the desktop. I have never found a keyboard that is porhn hub quieter.Number two, it has a buttery porhn hub smooth, responsive feel porhn hub that requires only very light touches, and the porhn hub keys travel a trivial distance without porhn hub ANY sideways shimmying. I type by touch and porhn hub grew up porhn hub using an porhn hub IBM Selectric (good luck finding one of those now!) Those were designed to be the ultimate in speed typing machines, and they delivered. This porhn hub has almost exactly the same feel porhn hub as the Selectric, porhn hub except those gave porhn hub a porhn hub mild porhn hub vibrating click feeling to your fingertip when a porhn hub key was pressed, whereas the MX gives a very slight bounce sensation. This porhn hub makes porhn hub it obvious when you have porhn hub activated a key, but given the very slight amount of force needed, I feel that porhn hub this porhn hub is just icing on the cake.Please be porhn hub warned: a number of reviewers porhn hub have complained that they porhn hub find they porhn hub are unintentionally pressing keys when they just rest their fingers porhn hub on this porhn hub keyboard. Again, learning on porhn hub the IBM Selectrics, I was trained to contact the keyboard porhn hub very lightly (and not lean on it!), porhn hub so porhn hub this is something I would attribute porhn hub to simply porhn hub being clumsy. porhn hub How porhn hub hard is it to just make porhn hub light porhn hub contactFor those who might have used it, the Logitech porhn hub K380 is exactly the porhn hub same keyboard, but is a porhn hub compact design porhn hub without porhn hub the numbers porhn hub pad. (Also, it is AAA battery powered, and porhn hub not rechargeable.) I have noticed that for 10 years, the K380 has consistently gotten porhn hub top reviews from tech outlets. This is the same great keyboard, but in the full-sized porhn hub 101-key version. porhn hub Honestly, to me this porhn hub is the perfect keyboard.Multi porhn hub device porhn hub and porhn hub multi porhn hub OS: Compatible with Windows, porhn hub macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android porhn hub systems - Pair with up-to 3 devices. Easy-switch porhn hub keys to connect up to three devices and easily switch between porhn hub themComfort porhn hub and stability: Type with confidence on porhn hub a keyboard porhn hub crafted for comfort, stability, and precisionSmart porhn hub illumination hand proximity detection and porhn hub automatic porhn hub backlightingPerfect stroke keys: Spherically dished keys porhn hub match the shape of your fingertips, offering satisfying feedback with porhn hub every tapTL;DR: I porhn hub love it, and just ordered (elsewhere) another "Business Model" porhn hub (FIPS-2 encryption, porhn hub same porhn hub price) porhn hub of this porhn hub keyboard, that Amazon porhn hub doesn't seem to carry.I'm porhn hub writing this after only 2 days with porhn hub this keyboard. Input devices are porhn hub extremely porhn hub important to me. My porhn hub most-recent previous-favorite keyboard was porhn hub the wired porhn hub Logitech K740, of which I have bought porhn hub six (for 3 different porhn hub computers) porhn hub over the years, and of the porhn hub six, four are porhn hub dead for porhn hub various reasons. I, despite it being very porhn hub ergonomically porhn hub incorrect, use keyboards on my lap, porhn hub so porhn hub I am particularly harsh porhn hub on keyboards (and likely, porhn hub a "good customer" for keyboards that I like).I started off in the mid 1980's on porhn hub the IBM "buckle spring" keyboards. Much later. porhn hub moved porhn hub to various Cherry MX-[Blue, porhn hub Brown, Red, Clear] keyboards, of which I most porhn hub prefer the Browns. When porhn hub it came to laptop computers, only IBM ThinkPads would do.What I have discovered (personally, YMMV) over the porhn hub years with regard to keyboards is porhn hub that fairly-light touch, short throw, soft-bottoming, keys porhn hub cause my wrists, forearms, porhn hub and porhn hub fingers the least 'annoyance' after long days at the computer. porhn hub (MX-Browns porhn hub modified with felt (not rubber) o-rings was my favorite for several porhn hub years, porhn hub but porhn hub clicky-typing while taking notes on business phone calls porhn hub put an end to that.)Specifically to the MX Keys, I'm using porhn hub it on Debian 11.3 Linux porhn hub as I porhn hub type porhn hub this. Pairing via the included porhn hub Unifying Receiver "just worked". Pairing via BlueTooth was a problem, and porhn hub required porhn hub that I porhn hub use command-line porhn hub '/usr/bin/bluetoothctl", instead of the BlueMan GUI silliness. I have the receiver porhn hub plugged into my porhn hub DellU3414W monitor's USB porhn hub port, porhn hub and so can switch the keyboard between the Debian box and porhn hub an Ubuntu box using porhn hub the porhn hub *monitor's* built-in USB porhn hub KVM function. This is porhn hub *exactly* how I porhn hub used my wired K740 before, but is now wireless. On a switch, it takes longer for the monitor screen to refresh than for the keyboard to notice any change. Just works, including that all the keyboard's funky function porhn hub keys do *something" interesting/useful, most are obvious, others (like launching the porhn hub calculator porhn hub not porhn hub so porhn hub much). The *only* issue porhn hub is that porhn hub the porhn hub keyboard's battery porhn hub is reported porhn hub as 100%, 50% or 0% porhn hub (though haven't personally porhn hub seen porhn hub 0% yet). I use the back-light a lot, so I'll probably porhn hub charge it porhn hub up weekly regardless, and that should be plenty.Using porhn hub the Linux (and Windows, porhn hub OS/X, etc.) "Solaar" application (older version in the official porhn hub Debian and porhn hub Ubuntu porhn hub repositories works, porhn hub but newest version can be porhn hub found on github), I porhn hub confirmed that both porhn hub showed the porhn hub keyboard porhn hub connection was encrypted. porhn hub The Unifying Receiver does (AFAICT) AES encryption. That's plenty for porhn hub most porhn hub uses. But, there's another model porhn hub of this keyboard, called a Business Edition, that Logitech porhn hub claims is FIPS-2 secure. I've porhn hub ordered one of those for my other computer porhn hub where I do my porhn hub "important" porhn hub stuff....and finally, you 'cat' people know what I porhn hub mean when I say porhn hub it's the "Cat's Paws". Expensive. We'll see porhn hub how long it lasts (especially compared to the porhn hub K740s), and porhn hub if it does die, or porhn hub start missing key-strokes, I'll edit porhn hub this to let you know.
      Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Tactile Responsive Typing, Backlighting, Bluetooth, USB-C, Apple macOS, Microsoft Windows, Linux, iOS, Android, Metal Build - GraphitePerfect stroke keys: Spherically dished keys match the shape porhn hub of your porhn hub fingertips, offering satisfying feedback with every tapComfort and stability: Type with confidence on a keyboard crafted for porhn hub comfort, stability, porhn hub and precisionSmart illumination porhn hub hand proximity detection porhn hub and automatic backlightingFlow porhn hub cross computer control: Type on multiple computers in 1 porhn hub fluid workflowMulti device and multi OS: Compatible porhn hub with Windows, porhn hub macOS, Linux, iOS, and porhn hub Android systems - Pair porhn hub with porhn hub up-to 3 devices. Easy-switch keys to connect up porhn hub to three devices porhn hub and easily porhn hub switch between porhn hub themUSB porhn hub c Rechargeable: porhn hub Full charge lasts up-to porhn hub 10 days or porhn hub up-to 5 months with back-lighting off. MX porhn hub Keys Keyboard- 5.1 H x 16.9 W x 0.8 D porhn hub inch, USB Receiver-0.7 H x porhn hub 0.5 W x 0.2 D inch, Palm rest-2.5 H x 16.5 porhn hub W porhn hub x 0.3 D porhn hub inch1 year porhn hub limited hardware warranty

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Buyer's experience:
      1: This keyboard cost way more than I had hoped to spend, but now that I have bought and returned at least 3 others, I realize it is absolutely a bargain. The connection is simple via either Bluetooth or a Bluetooth-like dongle and worked flawlessly right out of the box.The battery lasts for months when fully charged, but by charging it full-time (either plugged into the wall or to a USB port), the LED backlighting stays on for about 20-30 minutes if left undisturbed. Without constant charging, the backlight turns off within a few seconds of taking your hands from the keyboard.Also regarding the backlighting, it only comes in one color (white) and its brightness can be adjusted. However, if the light sensor detects that it is bright light (direct sunlight) the backlighting is turned off. If pretty colors that pulsate and do other strobing effects are important to you, this is not your keyboard.Now, for what I love about it. Number one, it is as close to silent as is humanly possible. It is about as loud a tapping your finger on the desktop. I have never found a keyboard that is quieter.Number two, it has a buttery smooth, responsive feel that requires only very light touches, and the keys travel a trivial distance without ANY sideways shimmying. I type by touch and grew up using an IBM Selectric (good luck finding one of those now!) Those were designed to be the ultimate in speed typing machines, and they delivered. This has almost exactly the same feel as the Selectric, except those gave a mild vibrating click feeling to your fingertip when a key was pressed, whereas the MX gives a very slight bounce sensation. This makes it obvious when you have activated a key, but given the very slight amount of force needed, I feel that this is just icing on the cake.Please be warned: a number of reviewers have complained that they find they are unintentionally pressing keys when they just rest their fingers on this keyboard. Again, learning on the IBM Selectrics, I was trained to contact the keyboard very lightly (and not lean on it!), so this is something I would attribute to simply being clumsy. How hard is it to just make light contactFor those who might have used it, the Logitech K380 is exactly the same keyboard, but is a compact design without the numbers pad. (Also, it is AAA battery powered, and not rechargeable.) I have noticed that for 10 years, the K380 has consistently gotten top reviews from tech outlets. This is the same great keyboard, but in the full-sized 101-key version. Honestly, to me this is the perfect keyboard.
      2: TL;DR: I love it, and just ordered (elsewhere) another "Business Model" (FIPS-2 encryption, same price) of this keyboard, that Amazon doesn't seem to carry.I'm writing this after only 2 days with this keyboard. Input devices are extremely important to me. My most-recent previous-favorite keyboard was the wired Logitech K740, of which I have bought six (for 3 different computers) over the years, and of the six, four are dead for various reasons. I, despite it being very ergonomically incorrect, use keyboards on my lap, so I am particularly harsh on keyboards (and likely, a "good customer" for keyboards that I like).I started off in the mid 1980's on the IBM "buckle spring" keyboards. Much later. moved to various Cherry MX-[Blue, Brown, Red, Clear] keyboards, of which I most prefer the Browns. When it came to laptop computers, only IBM ThinkPads would do.What I have discovered (personally, YMMV) over the years with regard to keyboards is that fairly-light touch, short throw, soft-bottoming, keys cause my wrists, forearms, and fingers the least 'annoyance' after long days at the computer. (MX-Browns modified with felt (not rubber) o-rings was my favorite for several years, but clicky-typing while taking notes on business phone calls put an end to that.)Specifically to the MX Keys, I'm using it on Debian 11.3 Linux as I type this. Pairing via the included Unifying Receiver "just worked". Pairing via BlueTooth was a problem, and required that I use command-line '/usr/bin/bluetoothctl", instead of the BlueMan GUI silliness. I have the receiver plugged into my DellU3414W monitor's USB port, and so can switch the keyboard between the Debian box and an Ubuntu box using the *monitor's* built-in USB KVM function. This is *exactly* how I used my wired K740 before, but is now wireless. On a switch, it takes longer for the monitor screen to refresh than for the keyboard to notice any change. Just works, including that all the keyboard's funky function keys do *something" interesting/useful, most are obvious, others (like launching the calculator not so much). The *only* issue is that the keyboard's battery is reported as 100%, 50% or 0% (though haven't personally seen 0% yet). I use the back-light a lot, so I'll probably charge it up weekly regardless, and that should be plenty.Using the Linux (and Windows, OS/X, etc.) "Solaar" application (older version in the official Debian and Ubuntu repositories works, but newest version can be found on github), I confirmed that both showed the keyboard connection was encrypted. The Unifying Receiver does (AFAICT) AES encryption. That's plenty for most uses. But, there's another model of this keyboard, called a Business Edition, that Logitech claims is FIPS-2 secure. I've ordered one of those for my other computer where I do my "important" stuff....and finally, you 'cat' people know what I mean when I say it's the "Cat's Paws". Expensive. We'll see how long it lasts (especially compared to the K740s), and if it does die, or start missing key-strokes, I'll edit this to let you know.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00