Unless you have been living under a rock for years as a PC enthusiast, you are aware of the Logitech brand. They are arguably the largest brand in the non-OEM peripherals market today and have dedicated divisions to cater to their various market sectors. As such, it was astonishing to me that we here at TechPowerUp have not covered a Logitech keyboard in over a decade. It is fitting then that the return of Logitech to this category comes not via their gaming division, but the "Logi" brand itself, which offers modern designs and new technology that is incorporated into HID solutions for professionals and enthusiasts alike, and also with a keyboard that aims to be something other than anything else out there today. Enter then the Logitech CRAFT, and thanks again to them for providing a review sample.
This image here really says it all about the Logitech CRAFT's unique selling point, and no, it is not the use of scissor switches. The wheel at the top-left corner, which Logitech calls the Crown, is a creative input dial that helps content creators do multiple tasks in various supported applications. This Crown is thus backed by Logitech's software division, and it is this combination of hardware and software that makes the CRAFT more than just another keyboard. So without further ado, let us begin our look at the keyboard with the specs below.
|Logitech CRAFT Keyboard|
|Layout:||Modified US ANSI|
|Material:||ABS plastic body and keycaps, metal top bar|
|Weight:||0.96 kg / 2.1 lbs.|
|Media Keys:||Dedicated by default|
|Dimensions:||149 (L) x 430 (W) x 32 (H) mm|
|Cable Length:||6.0 ft / 1.8 m|
|Switch Type:||Scissor switch|
|Interface:||Logitech Unifying 2.4 Ghz or Bluetooth Low Energy|