Logitech MX Keys Wireless Keyboard Launched at Rs. 12,995 in India

Logitech just launched its latest wireless keyboard ‘ Logitech MX keys ‘ In the Indian market, under its MX Series line up. The keyboard was originally launched last year and is now only a hit in the country. As with most Logitech wireless offerings, the keyboard connects to devices via Bluetooth or through the included wireless USB receiver that you can connect to a USB Type-A port on your system.

The Logitech MX Keys Wireless Keyboard works perfectly with Windows 10, macOS 10.11 and above, Linux, Android 6 or above, and iOS 9 or above. The price of the MX Keys Wireless Keyboard is Rs.12,995 in India. This is definitely a steep price for a keyboard, but the MX line from Logitech is known to be user-friendly and most stunning, but not exactly pocket-friendly.

Logitech MX Keys

These new Logitech Wireless Keyboard feature a low profile keys that is focused on ergonomics and to provide ease of typing with a concave keycap, media control key, number pad, and full-size arrow keys. The keyboard uses Logitech’s “Perfect Stroke” keys with a circular plate design on a funnel-shaped by matching fingers to make your typing experience more comfortable.

The Logitech MX Keys is stable construction and it uses a single metal plate, and Logitech has also increased critical stability to reduce noise and increase responsiveness. If you’re like the person who uses their devices at night, MX Keys has you covered with your white backlight. Additionally, the keyboard comes with a proximity sensor that automatically turns on the backlight when making contact with the keyboard and there is no motion for a while to conserve battery life.

Talking about the battery, Logitech claims that the keyboard can last up to 10 days when charged in the backlight, and for five months if the backlight turns off, which makes me wonder how much battery is there to use this backlight. Anyway, but the good thing is that you don’t need an extra battery for the keyboard. MX keys are charged via the USB Type-C port, so there should be no problem charging them.

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Anjali Bhatt
Anjali is 21 years old Barbie Girl who professionally engineer, but also very passionate about new technology. She is a full-time Editor at Geekman. When she's not writing an article, you can find her sleeping, finding something on Netflix, or playing video games.
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