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Logitech TK820 Wireless All-in-One Keyboard Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are going to take a look at Logitech’s latest all-in-one wireless keyboard, the TK820. This is designed to be used in conjunction with a multimedia PC or home theatre PC, featuring a large touchpad with gesture controls. This particular feature means that you don’t need to use a mouse in conjunction with the keyboard.

Logitech are very well known for producing a wide range of gaming peripherals ranging from value products for budget-restricted users, to high-end gaming products for those who demand cutting edge performance.

The Logitech TK820 Wireless All-in-One Keyboard fits in somewhere in the middle of their range, and is designed for users who are looking for a quality multimedia keyboard.
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Specification

  • Keyboard layout: minimalist size with built-in touchpad
  • Design: seamless integration between keyboard & touchpad, space-saving, spill-resistant
  • Large touch area 106 x 106 mm (or 4.17 x 4.17 inches)
  • Satin touch surface feeling
  • Integrated mechanical click
  • Up to 4-finger gesture support
  • Key life: up to 5 million keystrokes
  • Low profile Incurve keys
  • PerfectStroke key system
  • Length: 409.5 mm (or 16.1 inches)
  • Width: 145.3 mm (or 5.7 inches)
  • Height: 21.7 mm (or 0.8 inches)
  • Typing noise: within 55 dBA for all keys
  • Angle with tilt legs open: 3º
  • Wireless range: 10 m (or 32 ft)
  • Weight: 783 g (or 26.62 oz)

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