Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard – ON SALE

Logitech Keyboard
Logitech Keyboard

Amazon now has the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard for $29.99. You’ll save 25% off the regular $40 asking price, bringing you back to the all-time low. This Logitech keyboard can connect to three different Bluetooth devices simultaneously, increasing the efficiency of your workstation. The Logitech K380 supports FLOW and has a 24-month battery life, making it suitable for partnering with a Mac and iPad or bridging the gap between macOS and Windows.

  • Compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Android, iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV 2nd and 3rd generation. Any Bluetooth-enabled PC or mobile device that supports HID profiles for external keyboards.
  • Connect up to three devices at once and switch between them with a single button press.
  • Use it alone or with a compatible Logitech flow mouse (available separately) to smoothly type, copy, paste, and move files between computers.
  • Logitech Options for Windows (Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later), Logitech Options for Mac are easy to transport around your home for familiar typing in any room (OS X 10.8 or later).
  • Each device is recognized automatically, and keys are mapped to give you a familiar layout, including shortcuts.

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