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- 83AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE6 ReviewsCNET70Logitech TK820 review: Touch pad and keyboard in oWith a spacious touch pad, a satisfying typing experience, and impressive battery life, the Logitech TK820 is well recommended if you're looking to add an external input device to a Windows 8 desktop without a touch screen.PC Mag80Logitech TK820 Wireless All-in-One KeyboardThe Logitech TK820 All-in-One Wireless Keyboard offers even more flexibility than a regular wireless keyboard thanks to its built-in touchpad.KitGuru90Logitech TK820 Wireless All-in-One Keyboard ReviewA well designed keyboard that is sure to impress. It is expensive, but nonetheless a worthy investment.Maximum PCNot RatedLogitech's Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 SporA cordless plank with a built-in touchpad for swiping your way through Microsoft's touch-happy operating system. It supports over a dozen Windows 8 multi-touch gestures contingent on downloading Logitech's SetPoint software.Expert Reviews100Logitech TK820 reviewFor a home theatre PC, the TK820 is the best keyboard we've seen. The built-in touchpad is large and easy to use, and the keyboard is good enough to use even at your desk. ... you could consider Logitech's K830, but we think the TK820 is a better HTPC keyboard overall.GadgetMac90Logitech TK820 Wireless Keyboard ReviewLogitech has done what it does best, and that's combining a great performing keyboard with an equally great touchpad into one wireless input device. Because why have two devices when you can use one that does it all? Then again it really comes down to personal preference and what works best for you.About70Logitech TK820 Wireless All-in-One Keyboard ReviewIf you don’t like touch pads, this keyboard is a waste of money and space. If you’re a slave to your number pad, this isn’t the device for you. But the TK820 remains a good option for those who have touchscreen computers, especially touchscreen computers running Windows 8.
- 60AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader60March 17, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I don't recommend this keyboard. First, because the companion software is absolutely necessary and fails to install on many systems (google search).Second, because the mousepad really responds strangely to "clicks". There is some sort of intermediate pressure that makes a click noise and feels like a click but it's just not enough, you have to press more to actually get your click recorded. This is really cumbersome.The keyboard side is very very well designed, well responsive, key sizes and finger travel are awesome compared to my laptop keyboard. I just can't use the mousepad part, which basically makes this acquisition useless..
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