Logitech K480

Logitech is no stranger to Bluetooth keyboards, but with the newly announced K480 the accessory maker is looking to connect three different devices at the same time, regardless of the computing platform.

As the keyboard is platform agnostic, you can connect various devices running Windows, Mac, Chrome OS, Android or iOS via Bluetooth at the same time. To switch between devices, all you have to do is toggle the Easy-Switch key to the desired device. There's also an integrated slot on the keyboard that can house a smartphone and a tablet.

Available in black and white, the K480 is set to launch later this month in the US and Europe for $50.

Source: Logitech


Reader comments

Logitech's K480 Bluetooth keyboard connects to three devices simultaneously


Logitech kit has generally been solid. I will be looking at this option when it hits UK.

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I was going to buy a Logitech K750 today, but bought one of these instead. It's great, the media keys and screenshot work on android which is pretty cool.

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The k810 already does this. It has a toggle for up to 3 devices. f1, f2, and f3 will switch between the devices you have paired.

I like the idea of being able to switch quickly but if I'm using it at a desk I want a full keyboard with number pad.