|Price incl. VAT||£89.99 £72.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£60.75|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £7.30 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £3.65 Possibility to return products within two months||
Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 is a stylish backlit keyboard with function to easily switch between your computer, tablet and smartphone with one touch.
It is easy to write in poor lighting conditions - or even after dark. Backlight ensures that keys are sharp, clear and always easy to read in any light. Backlit are only characters keys, so you can see exactly what you need, without any distraction.
Motion sensor detects the presence of your hands as they approach the keyboard and turns on or off the backlight to save energy when you're not typing.
Power switch on the right panel helps to save energy when the keyboard is not being used. There is also a battery indicator that turns red when the keyboard is out of energy, or green when the keyboard is charging.
With its sleek shape and low profile keys, this slim keyboard is an elegant addition to your workspace. The keyboard uses Bluetooth technology, and therefore allows easy pairing with not only PCs but also with phones and tablets.
Forget about battery replacement. Thanks to the charging via USB you will never run out of power. Easily charge your keyboard, using the practical USB cable, and continue working. Enjoy the energy over a period of 10 days to one year, depending on the intensity of the backlight and the time spent writing.
With an annual turnover of $1.8 billion, Logitech is the world's largest manufacturer of computer peripherals and accessories. Its products include computer mice, keyboards, wireless communication devices - virtually anything. The company has over 7,200 employees and is based in Palo Alto.
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