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Logitech Introduces K270 Wireless Keyboard

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Logitech has introduced their Wireless Keyboard K270, a sleek keyboard that delivers Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity and up to two years of battery life. With the Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, you will enjoy virtually no signal loss from up to 10 meters away. The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 also delivers up to 24 months of battery life as well as auto-standby, which helps you save energy when you are not using the keyboard.

The Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 also features the tiny USB receiver, which is small enough to stay in your laptop. Plus, you can easily add another compatible mouse or keyboard — without the hassle of multiple USB receivers.



The sleek, compact keyboard saves space without sacrificing comfort while having full-size keys and a wide-curved space bar. And Logitech’s newest keyboard offers hot keys that give you instant access to your favorite websites, e-mail, play/pause, volume and more.
 

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Wow, that looks just like the other Logitech keyboard with a similar name, scheme and price range.
 

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Looks alright how ever i'm after a small but good keyboard.

Funny 2 year battery life in safe mode and i bet the manual warns you not to leave the battery in it if not in use lol.
 
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Looks to be a good keyboard.. need a nice small one.. Hmmm.
 
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I've sworn off wireless. I hate changing batteries. I hate having to go stick shit on a charging station. Maybe if they build recharge mats that double as a mousepads I could put under both then that would be adequately hassle free. Short range radial recharge station even... though I'm sure they'll discover it will give us all cancer.