Tuesday, August 13th 2013

Logitech Announces the Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820

Today Logitech announced the expansion of its keyboard lineup with the Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820, a wireless keyboard with a built-in touchpad that lets you type and swipe comfortably together.

"We created the Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 to combine everything you need to control and navigate your computer in one sleek keyboard," said Charlotte Johs, Logitech global vice president of brand development and portfolio for PC accessories. "This keyboard offers an innovative way to navigate, letting you type, touch and swipe with a single device."

The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 has an ultra-slim design that takes up less space on your desk because it connects wirelessly to your computer and streamlines navigation with a built-in touchpad. The touch area is significantly larger than a built-in laptop touchpad, so you can point, zoom and swipe smoothly and comfortably. The touchpad also supports up to 13 Windows 8 multi-touch gestures with the download of Logitech SetPoint software.

In addition to its attractive design, this keyboard delivers superior typing comfort. The Logitech PerfectStroke key system distributes typing pressure evenly across the key surfaces, so every keystroke is whisper quiet and feels smooth, even if you strike the edge of a key. The Incurve keys have softly rounded edges to help your fingers glide across the keyboard, so typing feels fluid and comfortable, hour after hour.

The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 also comes with a tiny Logitech Unifying receiver, which uses Advanced 2.4 GHz connectivity to give you the reliability of a cord with the convenience of wireless. The wireless connection is robust and reliable, so you can place the keyboard in the most convenient position for you and still enjoy fast data transmission with virtually no delays or dropouts.

Pricing and Availability
The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe in August 2013, for a suggested retail price of $99.99.
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13 Comments on Logitech Announces the Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820

#1
erixx
Is this gonna work for shooter games? Then I will buy. : )
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#2
tigger
I'm the only one
by: erixx
Is this gonna work for shooter games? Then I will buy. : )
It might do, if the touchpad functions as a mouse.
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#3
Polarman
Looks decent. Cheaper than using a keyboard + Wacom tablet combo.

Do they have a left handed model?
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#4
Octavean
Logitech Unifying receiver,.....

I like Logitech products and I even kind of like the Logitech Unifying receiver but its implementation is not without some issues. By that I mean that such devices typically cannot be moved easily from PC to Mac and maintain full functionality. So what will likely happen is there will be a Mac version down the line that is Bluetooth only.

Anyway, it looks nice but not so much for gaming,.....
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
by: Polarman
Looks decent. Cheaper than using a keyboard + Wacom tablet combo.

Do they have a left handed model?
Shii should know better than that to ask lol.


I hate these keys lol.. they look real shIT.
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#6
Static~Charge
Looks like an update of the K400 keyboard & touchpad. Logitech says its wireless range is 33 feet / 10 meters. Might be decent for an HTPC setup.
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#7
ViperXTR
can it become a wacom tablet alternative? pressure and sensitivity levels? resisitive? capacitive? :O
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#8
zomg
Fail

as you can see from product image:
F1..F12 keys are blue, that means they will be activated only with blue FN key

by default this keys will be [play] [rewind] [forward] etc , not [f1] [f2] [f3] etc
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#9
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: zomg
as you can see from product image:
F1..F12 keys are blue, that means they will be activated only with blue FN key

by default this keys will be [play] [rewind] [forward] etc , not [f1] [f2] [f3] etc
I assume there's some sort of lock key for that.
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#10
Fourstaff
by: zomg
as you can see from product image:
F1..F12 keys are blue, that means they will be activated only with blue FN key

by default this keys will be [play] [rewind] [forward] etc , not [f1] [f2] [f3] etc
This looks like its created for the couch rather than the desk, so having media keys instead of F keys are more than justified. Plus a lot of people are no longer using the F keys as much as the media keys anyway.
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#11
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Make it solar powered and I'll take it.
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#12
shovenose
Just ordered the K400 it's decent. Should have got this instead LOL.
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#13
zomg
it is very common to use F5, F3, F12, F3 key when BROWSING internet
it is still common to use ALT+F4
keys PG-UP PG-DOWN, Home, End helps alot, almost all laptop keyboards have them... but you will not find it here
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