Earlier today, Logitech debuted its new TK820 all-in-one wireless keyboard. While there are plenty of wireless keyboards on the market, Logitech's new offering is unique in that it has a built-in touchpad that supports up to 13 Windows 8 multi-touch gestures.
Logitech says that the new keyboard is aimed at Windows 8 users who do not have a touchscreen. The support for multi-touch will allow users to get more out of their Windows 8 experience. The keyboard is designed around Logitech's "PerfectStroke" key system that distributes typing pressure evenly across the surface of each key.
The keyboard is membrane-based, which allows for quiet operation, and the entire keyboard features a concave design that helps fingers glide from key to key more efficiently. The device features a 2.4GHz wireless receiver that will support up to five wireless Logitech devices at once. The new TK820 will be available in the US and Europe later this month for about $100.
Last updated: Nov 30, -0001 at 12:00 am CST
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