Logitech Master Series MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Black

MX78057 Master Series MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Black
MX78057 Master Series MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Black MX78057 Master Series MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Black MX78057 Master Series MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Black MX78057 Master Series MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard, Black

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Average Rating: 4.8 / 5 With 5 Customer Reviews

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Monday, August 30, 2021
By: Steve
From: Calgary

I forgot to mention...

Additional Comments:

The keyboard works well with Linux. There is an app for Linux called Solaar that allows the pairing and unpairing of devices to a Logitech unified USB receiver. Great for use with a laptop in that it only uses one USB port instead of 2. Or use Bluetooth. In my previous review I mentioned the high price. However, it is a lot cheaper than most good mechanical keyboards.
Monday, August 30, 2021
By: Steve
From: Calgary

Best keyboard I've ever used.

Strengths:

Fantastic feel. Uses Logitech's unified USB dongle Does Bluetooth Works with up to 3 different computers, switchable on the keyboard Thin and tilted ! Macro recording - I have not tested this. Did I mention fantastic feel ?

Weaknesses:

Cost, but still fantastic value for the quality Wrist rest should be included. $45 extra if purchased separately Should come with a padded case for going from office to offic Heavy !

Additional Comments:

I'm a long time programmer. Have used many different keyboards over the years. Typically I'm not fussy about keyboards. Recently came to need a new keyboard. Found a YouTube review by a programmer mentioning this one. Tried another keyboard and returned it. Decided to splurge and got the MX. Could not be happier. I actually look forward to typing now. I'm not a fan of long travel or mechanical keyboards. I've grown to dislike keyboards that are high off the desk. For my comfort, thin keyboards that allow my wrists to rest on the desktop are the best. The MX is quite thin, which is good. It is also nicely tilted, which is also good. The key feel is fantastic. Not too noisy either. I've always been a little jealous of Apple's keyboards. I think the MX is a step up from them in every aspect. I love how heavy and solid the MX is. You'll know what I mean when you try it. The key force and travel are perfect. I find it to be like a mechanical keyboard, but short travel. It kind of pushes your finger back up after the press. It's also not a noisy keyboard, but it isn't silent either. I love that all the keys are full sized and it has a basically standard layout. Not sure what else to say. I can see myself using this keyboard for a long time.
Friday, August 20, 2021
By: Sugar
From: Edmonton

Solid low profile board

Strengths:

Metal design, keys feel great, exactly what you need for a design or editing PC system if used to working on Mac keyboards. Was hesitant about the keys nit being flat, but after working on it for a few hours I already love it. I don't care for tons of customization or rgb stuff. This keyboard has some cool features, types quiet and feels great. Don't need a wrist thing for it.

Weaknesses:

I guess the price? I was hoping for something cheaper but now that I have this I don't care.

Additional Comments:

Used to working on a Mac and wanted similar low profile illuminated kb for my windows workstation. This is it!
Sunday, December 27, 2020
By: Codey
From: Ottawa

Really good keyboard for typing

Strengths:

Really nice feeling keyboard with properly spaced low profile silent keys which are also backlit. The battery life is amazing. It can last 2-3 weeks on a single charge when doing 8 hour shifts (I am a developer).

Weaknesses:

Cannor really game on it as the space between keys makes it really hard to game but, this is not its intended use.

Additional Comments:

One of the best keyboards I have ever owned.
Friday, February 14, 2020
By: Eric L
From: Kitimat

So far quite nice

Strengths:

- Fairly compact while maintaining full-ish sized keys - Built in batteries - Can connect to multiple bluetooth devices - Back lit keys - The multi media keys are nice to have - Keys are located in a way that could make this keyboard good for gaming especially for those that use arrow keys - Charging port is USB type C which means upside down or right side up does not matter and cable can be purchased a tech stores

Weaknesses:

- Built in batteries cause one day maybe in 5 yrs the batteries could be no good - To make the F keys default software install of Logitech Options is required - Keys are kind of clicky (not loud but not silent either) - No storage compartment for the USB dongle

Additional Comments:

I've only owned this for a day, been doing some testing. In a few days I may have more of a review up on my YouTube tech channel. So far this keyboard is quiet enjoyable to use, it's low profile on the space bar side could be uncomfortable for some as a wrist rest could be too high for use with this keyboard. Using the USB dongle in a port that is not right beside a bluetooth or wifi device is idea to avoid signal interference from other devices which could cause delays in key presses. I purchased this keyboard to having something not overly large but having good keys for playing games, especially the arrow keys which my K780 is lacking in that department. The bonus is having the back lit keys, will have to see how this fairs in complete darkness, the nice aspect is not only back lit but the letters are lit as well with the amount of light being adjustable. This keyboard may not be for everyone but it suites what I am looking for; biggest possible concern for me at this moment is typing comfort over extended use with not wrist rest... No USB dongle slot kind of silly for those that think I'd going to take this to my friends finding they don't have bluetooth and remembering after the dongle was left in your computer.
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