Artist Review: Logitech K811 Bluetooth Keyboard for Mac and iOS devices

I've used many Bluetooth keyboards for Mac and none are as good as the Logitech K811. This keyboard is excellent.

I've the old aluminum wireless Apple keyboard and Logitech K760 solar keyboard. Both have problems with occasional disconnection with my Mac that's just less than an arm's length away from the keyboard. Maybe the disconnection is caused by interference of cables or something I don't know.

The Logitech K811 has been working well for me for a few months now and I absolutely love it.

The keys are well spaced out and really nice to type on. Layout of the keys are pretty standard so there's no need to relearn a new layout. Typing on this keyboard is just a breeze. Oh, there's backlight for the keys. Nice!

There are several shortcut buttons that are quite handy too. For example, there are 3 Bluetooth function buttons that lets you switch between devices, such as your Mac, iPad or iPhone. Most of the function buttons are for media, such as for adjusting volume, playback, etc. To get the standard function buttons, you have to press the FN button or just change the settings in System Preference.

Battery life is decent but could be better. It lasts for weeks with a single charge. I wished that it could last for months though. When battery power runs low, a red indicator light will appear. You can charge it with the micro-USB cable that is provided.

Another thing I like is there's some sort of sensor that detects motion (or something). When I move my hand over the keyboard, it turns on automatically. Because it switches on early, it can sync early. It's a wonderful feature.

I don't have anything bad to say about this keyboard. Build quality is great and it's comfortable to type on. That's that a good keyboard should do.

I highly recommend this.

By the way, there's also a Windows version of this keyboard and the model number is K810. It's equally as good of course.


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