In the dark it is often difficult to locate the volume button on one’s TV remote, however pressing the F7 on a QWERTY keyboard seems even harder. Logitech has a solution for controlling one’s home theatre PC as well as connected TV once the lights have been turned off.
It also contains a new wireless backlit keyboard alongside a dim-based feature in ambient light. The keyboard saves power by disabling the lighting entirely once a time lapse of 5 seconds of non-usage has taken place. The device is also rechargeable and packs a built-in tracking pad. It has a 33 foot range with the help of its 2.4 GHz connectivity.
The K830 does not entail control features for all possible devices as is the case with its Harmony counterpart, however the dark-room features seem quite helpful and reasonable since they are $50 cheaper. Logitech expects its device to get released in the US as well as Europe within this month for 100 dollars/euros; coinciding with the Philomena on Blu-ray.
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