Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800
No software required.
Illuminated backlit keys.
Comfortable keys for typing.
Easy charging via USB cable.
High quality of manufacture.
Ergonomically shaped keys.
Low noise when typing.
MicroUSB port for recharging.
Handproximity sensor saves battery life.
Wireless mode works very well.
Can change the level of illumination and when it is activated and turned off.
Short wrist rest.
Battery life could be better.
Short left Shift in the Cyrillic version.
Easily soiled glossy surface.
Short battery life.
Faulty light sensor.
No num lock indicator.
Halfsize function keys.
By Tom's Hardware on February 14, 2013
We have four portable keyboards and a quartet of gaming mice that could turn heads at your next LAN party. We put the boards through a number of performance-oriented metrics, and handed the hardware off to some gamer friends for their opinions, too. ...-
By GadgetNutz on January 16, 2013
Can the cheaper, but equally feature-loaded K800 be as good as the diNovo Edge? Definitely. At half it’s price it still a feature-loaded keyboard that puts its firmly in the premium category. While it lacks the diNovo Edge’s touch pad and...-
By PC Mag on September 18, 2012
"Cool" typically isn't a word used to describe keyboards, but the Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 is just that, sporting an innovative design along with a slew of nifty features that, as a whole, justify its high price...80
By ThinkComputers on March 29, 2012
As I said in the introduction of this review I have been using Logitech’s diNovo Edge for the past 5 years and have always stuck by it. There are a few reasons for that. The biggest is how comfortable it is, I write reviews and create content...-
By DigitalVersus on January 26, 2011
This keyboard is undoubtedly the best in its field ... it's also the only product in its field for the time being. So if you're looking for a wireless backlit keyboard then you simply don't have a choice, the K800 is the product for you. The...100
By X-bit Labs on January 11, 2011
The Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 certainly helps to maintain Logitech’s superior position among keyboard makers. Having taken in the best features of the wired Illuminated Keyboard, the device adds to that a wireless interface and a standard...-
By Tech2 on January 04, 2011
The K800 is a great wireless keyboard for home or office use. The backlit keys are good enough for you to decipher the keys in pitch black, but at the same time aren’t bright enough to blind you. The battery life is great for this type of product...80
By ConsumerSearch on January 01, 2011
When it comes to general-use keyboards, reviewers point to the Logitech Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 as the best choice. Ambient light sensors automatically adjust to the amount of light in the room, which is perfect for night owls and dwellers...-
By Hardware Secrets on December 27, 2010
Below you can see a summary of our impressions about the Logitech K800.Strong PointsThe best typing experience we've had to dateIlluminated keyboardSensor detects hand proximity to control brightnessWireless (and can also be used wired)Long duration...-
By Metku.net on December 12, 2010
After the original Illuminated being such a liked and popular keyboard, the K800 was in for a challenge to keep up with the reputation. In our eyes it has succeeded in this challenge. It packs the same nice looks, backlight and ofcourse the excellent...-