Logitech has introduced a new wireless keyboard for general computer work called the Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800. The keyboard sounds very similar in name to the Illuminated Keyboard I use all the time and love from Logitech, but the K800 is nowhere near as thin as the older wired Illuminated Keyboard.
The new K800 uses the Logitech unifying receiver with 2.4GHz technology. It has laser etched keys and adjustable backlighting that can be dimmed or turned off. The keyboard has a proximity sensor that turns the keyboard lights on when you hand gets close and off when you remove your hand from the keyboard.
The keys use the Logitech PerfectStroke system for typing feel and it has Incurve keys to make making between keys easier. The battery inside the wireless keyboard charges using a micro USBcable and can be used while it charges. The keyboard can be preordered now for $99.99.
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