Logitech launches affordable Bluetooth mouse and keyboard combo

Logitech has launched a new Bluetooth mouse and keyboard for those who require wireless peripherals for mobile use. Ideal solutions for hardware without a physical mouse/trackpad and keyboard, the new Logitech K380 keyboard and M535 mouse bring some interesting features to the table, as well as being affordable.

The K380 wireless keyboard is a thin and stylish package available in black and blue. Support is included for Windows 10, Mac, Android, and more. Since the keyboard can be paired with multiple devices, it's possible to quickly switch between paired hosts by hitting a single button.

The keyboard will remember mapped keys for different devices to provide a familiar experience with known shortcuts loaded (cut, copy, and paste for example). Logitech states that the K380 can power through up to two years of use from two AAA batteries.

Buy the Logitech K380 Bluetooth Keyboard for $39.99 (opens in new tab) (£34.99)

Alongside the Bluetooth keyboard is the M535 wireless mouse, which also shares the same feature to connect to multiple Bluetooth devices. The mouse has a programmable navigation button located just below the scroll wheel, which will enable owners to switch through apps, change desktops, carry out functions, and more. It's also stated the M535 works on most surfaces.

Buy the Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse for $39.99 (opens in new tab) (£34.99)

Via: Neowin

Rich Edmonds
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  • Download Logitech keyboard?
  • Noticed that too
  • Yes, load it into your hands down from the shelf
  • Same reaction!
  • You wouldn't download a car!
  • People have tried, but its a 100TB video of a troll face.
  • Haha yes. I remember those terrible ads. +1
  • Maybe it's a 3D design file to 3D print at home?
  • Can we have free trial for 7 days? Or anybody know a cracked version?
  • Its like Tron in a way, it prints the keyboard from a camera on to your desk. Future approved.
  • Yeah, they're models for 3D printing, yo! :-P (Feel so stupid.) Fixed. ;-)
  • Yes, download. They're uploaded into the boxes in the factory :-).
  • Even Logitech is on the circle train lol
  • the keyboard looks wonderful! :D
  • Damn those iPhone lockscreen inspired keys :/
  • Little sloppy written. Cleary too much on hand ;). Ah well, humans make mistakes ;). Hahaha, it looks quite stylish!
  • Keyboard looks freaking sexy..
  • LOL "download Logitech"
  • Looks small.
  • But Seems Faster!
  • Like your d, lel.
  • Was this article written using the 'downloaded' hardware?
  • You wouldn't steal a car would you? Downloading keyboards is stealing. And stealing is against the law.
  • How do you misspell Stealing then 2 words later spell it right lol
  • Considering the fact that I spelled the word correctly two other times, it seems obvious that it was a simple mistake. ;D
  • Lmao. Where can I download it?
  • Try pirate bay. 
  • RT ?
  • What happened to the Logi rebrand? I wasn't a fan anyway, but that is funny....
  • ctrl is on othe outside... I'm happy
  • Cool keyboard
  • I don't like keyboards with smaller arrow keys specially up and down
  • Wish they had a Bluetooth version of their $20-ish keyboard with trackpad. I have the current model that uses a "unifying receiver," and the need for the receiver is my only complaint. Very happy Logitech decided against having their own driver for it, like they have done in the past.
  • Any portable keyboards with built in track pads?
  • Not a big fan of the circle keys :(
  • What's with the circles? Windows has circles for pictures in the contacts and everybody complaints.  I see that too in Outlook for Android and in GMAIL and Yahoo.
  • It's the new thing.
  • The keyboard seems cool but the ad is very apple-centric.
  • I'd call it "affordable" if 40 bucks were for BOTH the mouse and keyboard. Otherwise it's just normal price.
  • Totally agree
  • Very cute but without the 101 key layout and a number pad it's a non starter for me.
  • Availability in India?
  • How's the usability of the keyboard? Yes, looks gorgeous, but that chiclety look and circles on the keys don't scream fast and precise typing to me.
  • Cute keyboard and nice colors.
  • /purchased
  • OK, I got an awesome slim, Samsung bluetooth keyboard in the box on ebay for $0.01 (perfect match for my Samsung Slate 7 tablet) and a Gaming Microsoft blue-tooth mouse for $12... both in mint shape, I guess I willl keep what I have :) They are "cute" for what they are....
  • They advertising coffee as well