Pair three things and easily switch between them.
Keys feel great.
Lightweight, yet solidly built.
Built-in battery recharges via micro-USB port.
Includes Windows 8 shortcut keys.
Multidevice Bluetooth pairing that makes it easy to move the keyboard between devices.
Hand-proximity sensing saves battery.
You need to reprogram the Command and Option keys.
Fn key is oddly placed.
No tilt/elevation adjustability.
Slightly too long for some tablet carrying cases.
The K810 costs $40 more than competing Bluetooth keyboards.
Slightly cramped design.
By TechSmart.co.za on June 06, 2013
We often give notebook and ultrabook manufacturers a hard time for failing to include backlighting as a standard feature on their keyboards; happily, the Logitech K810 Bluetooth illuminated keyboard deftly avoids this trap and delivers what it...-
By GadgetNutz on April 18, 2013
I started this review with the hope of finding that one keyboard that could replace what I consider to be the best, (but aging) keyboard of all time: the Logitech diNovo Edge. In the end, the K810 embodies what I would truly call the perfect keyboard:...-
By Mac|Life on March 14, 2013
Using a Bluetooth keyboard with more than one device can be a royal pain. If both devices are on, you sometimes have to tell one to forget the keyboard exists, so it'll be available for the other. Logitech's Easy-Switch feature kills this...70
By Computer Shopper on March 11, 2013
This sturdy, backlit mobile keyboard pairs with up to three Bluetooth-enabled devices and switches easily among them. Plus, wide key spacing makes this unit a joy to type on, as compact keyboards go....80
By Pocket-lint on February 26, 2013
It might be slightly too expensive, but the keyboard is a really great way to type and is every bit as good as a full-sized model would be. The battery lasts a decent amount of time and the backlight is solid. Well worth considering....80
By TechRadar on February 14, 2013
Tablets are supposed to be able to handle most day-to-day computing tasks with just a touchscreen replacing a keyboard and mouse. Even so, there are a number of keyboards (as well as mice) that have been made with the aim of being carried around with a...60
By uk.hardware.info on December 09, 2012
With a sticker price of £89.99 we were a bit sceptical at first. For less than half that you can buy Bluetooth keyboards for tablets. However, after testing the K810 Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard we are now convinced it's worth every penny. It...-
By GadgetMac on December 05, 2012
The K810 backlit wireless Bluetooth keyboard has finally arrived. Spoiler alert, it's very impressive. And Logitech is the company to thank for. The one and only company we stand up for when we hear it has released a new keyboard. The K810 is a...90
By cnet on December 05, 2012
The Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 is a luxury item that lives up to its price with a raft of well-executed...80
By PC Mag on November 29, 2012
The Logitech K810 Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard is both an excellent Windows 8 keyboard and a well-made mobile keyboard for any tablet user on the...90