Logitech K270

82
Global
Score
82

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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This wireless keyboard isn't the best one you'll find, but it may well offer the best value. Despite its sub-$25 price tag, it includes Logitech's tiny Unifying USB receiver, which can recognize multiple wireless input devices, including mice, keyboards, and trackpads. It can run for up to two years on a single set of AA batteries, has full-size, well-spaced keys, and is backed by a three-year warranty, at the end of which, you should confidently be able to say you got your money's worth out of it.

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Specs

K270

Type
Multimedia
Ergonomic design
Standard / straight
Number pad
Integrated
Connection type
Wireless
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Specs

K270

Type
Multimedia
Ergonomic design
Standard / straight
Number pad
Integrated
Connection type
Wireless
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