Logitech released two keyboards and a mouse for Apple computers

Logitech released two keyboards and a mouse for Apple computers


Today, July 7, Logitech introduced three new products at once: the MX Keys for Mac and K380 for Mac keyboards, as well as the MX Master 3 for Mac mouse. All devices, as reflected in the name, are designed for use with Apple computers.

Keyboard Logitech MX Keys for Mac has a low profile design. Data can be exchanged with a PC in three ways: via Bluetooth, via a radio frequency transceiver with a USB interface and through a wired USB Type-C connection. The novelty is endowed with a backlight that automatically activates when the user’s hands approach. The claimed battery life on one recharge of the battery reaches five months (without activated backlight).

In turn, the Logitech K380 for Mac keyboard has a compact design: it lacks a block of numeric buttons on the right side. This model is well suited for use with iPad tablets. The connection is via Bluetooth wireless technology, and two AAA elements provide power.

Finally, the MX Master 3 for Mac mouse supports Bluetooth connectivity and RF transceiver, as well as a USB Type-C port. The manipulator is optimized for right-handers: there are additional control buttons and an auxiliary scroll wheel in the thumb area. The optical sensor provides a resolution of 200 to 4000 DPI (dots per inch). The battery with a capacity of 500 mAh is responsible for the power.

All new items will be available this month. The price for the MX Keys for Mac keyboard and MX Master 3 for Mac mouse is $ 100, for the K380 for Mac keyboard $ 40.



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