Logitech have created a high-gloss, slim Bluetooth keyboard with dynamic backlighting and integrated TouchDisc, that they’re calling a minimalist work of high-technology art – a cutting-edge blend of refined design and breakthrough innovation.
They’ve designed it to be attractive in the increasingly high-visibility places your PC might be found in the home. It’s cut from a single, semi-translucent piece of black Plexiglas and set into a brushed-aluminium frame. It has a limited number of buttons – not sure if that’s a good thing for a keyboard or not – with dynamic, backlit icons embedded within the keyboard. It measures just 19mm thick.
It’s Logitech’s first rechargeable keyboard and features an integrated touch-sensitive navigation and scroll panel. It has Logitech’s PerfectStroke key system featuring precision micro-scissor mechanisms that distribute force evenly across key surfaces.
It comes with a recharging station that also acts as a display base, allowing the keyboard to be stood upright to save desk space. Two hours charge gives up two months usage.
These good looks and features don’t come cheap, at £149.99, but if you take your typing and style seriously, it could be a good addition to your PC.