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Logitech Intros K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard For $100
Logitech has recently announced the availability of its K800 keyboard that is based on backlighting technology so that you can see what you are typing even under strict lighting conditions.
This wireless illuminated keyboard is quite like the other such keyboards that the company has already introduced in the market. But this latest offering, K800, stands out because of its intelligent illumination mode and wireless capabilities. However, the adjustable key backlighting functionality remains the same.
There is much of experience involved in the building of Logitech K800. Illumination or illuminated keys of a keyboard would have had a very detrimental effect on the battery life. So, conjuring up the expertise in this field, Logitech designed the unique wireless K800. The K800 is thin and sleek in its form factor and is supported by some essential technical innovation.
The K800 keyboard sets in a difference with its ambient light sensors which are capable of automatically adjusting backlighting as per the brightness in a room.
So, even if you bring your hand close to the keyboard to switch on the backlight, the intelligent motion sensor senses it and switches it on all by itself, and when you move away your hand, it switches it off. This attribute makes the keyboard consume less power, thereby resulting in more battery life.
The rechargeable K800 delivers 10-day battery life at the maximum. This means that you should always keep the USB cable handy to recharge the battery whenever you feel it is running out of power. Also, the actual battery life depends on external conditions such as environmental conditions, use as well as settings.
K800 also supports manual adjustments to lighting conditions. With the help of this, you can customize the brightness as per your preference. Besides, the on/off switch lets you conserve battery life as well as energy when your work on the keyboard is over.
K800 is priced at $99.99. Now, it seems at such a high price rate, Logitech could definitely have provided some more features. To ask for the least, K800 should have had a longer battery life.
Now, the decision is yours whether you want to spend a round-about amount of $100 for just illuminated keys and no extra feature.