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Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard for Windows, Android and Chrome - QWERTY, UK Layout, White, 2 years warranty was £24.99 now £16.25 (Prime) £21 non prime @ Amazon
Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard for Windows, Android and Chrome - QWERTY, UK Layout, White, 2 years warranty was £24.99 now £16.25 (Prime) £21 non prime @ Amazon

Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard for Windows, Android and Chrome - QWERTY, UK Layout, White, 2 years warranty was £24.99 now £16.25 (Prime) £21 non prime @ Amazon

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Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard for Windows, Android and Chrome - QWERTY, UK Layout, White

was £24.99 now £16.25

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All-in-one: With the K400 plus wireless USB keyboard with touchpad, enjoy total control of your PC to TV entertainment without the hassle and clutter of multiple devices

Plug and play: Thanks to the unifying receiver, use the QWERTY wireless keyboard right from the box or personalise key and touchpad settings with Logitech options software

Hassel-free: Enjoy up to 18 months of battery life depending on use Effortless: Comfortable, quiet keys and a large touchpad make navigation easy, while a 10 m (33 feet) wireless range ensures uninterrupted use

24 months manufacturer warranty: For a worry-free user experience that ensures long-lasting performance

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48 Comments

I have bought and reviewed this keyboard here youtu.be/Iix…QXo but this is the grey/black version. Hope this helps someone. This is GREAT as a media centre keyboard, but it works just as well with my desktop pc.
Heat added!
Edited by: "mikesunboxing" 30th Jun

Got this for the bedroom pc has done an amazing job so far.

bought thanks

I have the older k400 it's decent for sure, but it feels a little cheap other than that this is a bargain!

anyone using 2 in the same environment? do they interfere with each other, I already have one and could do with another.

[quote=michaeljb]anyone using 2 in the same environment? do they interfere with each other, I already have one and could do with another.[/quote]\x0d\x0aused three in the same area and it was fine, the receivers are all different frequency I think

note it says android but your android device will need to have a usb port (or you have a micro usb to usb connector) and support usb devices. this is not a bluetooth keyboard.

ive had one of these for a few years to control a media centre pc. great keyboard...my kids treat it badly...it probably drops onto a wooden floor from waist height once a day and ive never had problems with it. the trackpad position isnt great for 'proper' work on a desktop but as a secobd or casual keyboard its very useful.

bargain!

Regprentice12 m ago

note it says android but your android device will need to have a usb port …note it says android but your android device will need to have a usb port (or you have a micro usb to usb connector) and support usb devices. this is not a bluetooth keyboard. ive had one of these for a few years to control a media centre pc. great keyboard...my kids treat it badly...it probably drops onto a wooden floor from waist height once a day and ive never had problems with it. the trackpad position isnt great for 'proper' work on a desktop but as a secobd or casual keyboard its very useful.


I can also confirm that this keyboard is very robust.

We've two children in the house and our keyboard has fallen on the floor many times. With some of the falls this thing has had, I've expected to find a key missing or something to break inside but its in once piece and still going strong after having it for a couple of years!

Ordered and heat. Thanks OP

Only cheap in white?

Bought when it was £10 delivered direct from logitech 2 years ago. Keyboard is great but I don't use the trackpad.

the chuck norris of keyboards

Does it work with Sony KDL50W829B

I paid about double this cos got utterly fed up with poor wireless keyboard/touch pads I'd tried so many of & couldn't find this on offer anywhere, & I'd gladly pay it again, never skips a beat, works at a great distance, it's in a mini htpc next to four other wifi equipped devices & a cordless phone & none of them interfere with its connection at all (unlike the bloody xboxone controller!).

Also I'm fairly sure the batteries are just for show & it runs on magic, I've had it two years & have never had to change batteries!

Only negatives are that it can feel a little small compared to a full size keyboard (which seems obvious, but worth pointing out), it's a little lighter than I'd ideally want (it can tip up when typing on your lap a little too easily) & the shortcut keys are less than obvious using icons instead of words (I had to Google to find how to press print screen just the other day for example).

Regardless of those quibbles though, it's easily the best keyboard of its type & at this price is an absolute bargain.

HEAT!

D_Jay_M2 h, 17 m ago

the chuck norris of keyboards

​What a hairy keyboard that needs a trim? Lol

michaeljb3 h, 25 m ago

anyone using 2 in the same environment? do they interfere with each other, …anyone using 2 in the same environment? do they interfere with each other, I already have one and could do with another.

​i have 2 recievers within an inch of each other. 1 controlling my server and 1 my Pc both on the same TV. Never had any issues with interference or connection.

michaeljb

anyone using 2 in the same environment? do they interfere with each … anyone using 2 in the same environment? do they interfere with each other, I already have one and could do with another.


iimm uussiinngg 22 aanndd tthheeyyrree ffiinnee..

will i be able to use this with my samsung smart tv? thnx op

I've got this keyboard and one particular thing I like is the yellow button in the top left - it's a left mouse button so when surfing the web on a big telly, you can hold the keyboard on the side with both hands, and use your right thumb on the track pad to move the mouse pointer and left thumb on the yellow left mouse button.

Although you can tap the trackpad with one finger for a left button press (and 2 fingers for a right button press) or use the buttons below it, using your thumbs on the trackpad and yellow button is much more comfortable.

Number65 m ago

I've got this keyboard and one particular thing I like is the yellow …I've got this keyboard and one particular thing I like is the yellow button in the top left - it's a left mouse button so when surfing the web on a big telly, you can hold the keyboard on the side with both hands, and use your right thumb on the track pad to move the mouse pointer and left thumb on the yellow left mouse button.Although you can tap the trackpad with one finger for a left button press (and 2 fingers for a right button press) or use the buttons below it, using your thumbs on the trackpad and yellow button is much more comfortable.

​i 2nd this, but on the down side I hate how you have to push fn to get access to the f keys

michaeljb

i 2nd this, but on the down side I hate how you have to push fn to get … i 2nd this, but on the down side I hate how you have to push fn to get access to the f keys



You can change itso the F keys are default and other functions are accessed with the fn key in the Logitech Options software (assuming you're using it in Windows) ... support.logitech.com/en_…ads

I bought this a few months ago, I prefer the look of the black one but had stock issues and ended up with the white one. I got it for use with my raspberry pi and other projects. Very nice keyboard Better than the wee cheap ones from amazon/ebay with the mouse pointer.

only negative to this is no backlight , over the past 2 years of solid daily use that's my only niggle at night have to shine my phone torch to see to type . other than its great just that buy it

I had the original k400 and then a k400r. Both of them experienced jumpy / laggy cursor movement from the track pad I'd over about 2/3m away. They would also have an annoying input lag issue where I would press shift to do a capital letter and then press the key I wanted and then start typing normally, but it would capitalise the second letter and not the first. All these issues were remedied by standing 1m from the receiver. Had this issue with a Dell tower pc and now an Asus one.

Number66 h, 28 m ago

You can change itso the F keys are default and other functions are …You can change itso the F keys are default and other functions are accessed with the fn key in the Logitech Options software (assuming you're using it in Windows) ... http://support.logitech.com/en_gb/product/wireless-touch-keyboard-k400-plus/downloads

​i didn't know this. I've just been using it plug and play, cheers

Bought this for £5 back when logitech voucher deal was on. Can confirm it works fine on Mac too. Just no mac specific keys such as cmd but works just fine for browsing

I route my receiver from the back of my pc with a usb extension cable to improve distance reception and its still discreet

Awesome keyboard, the battery life on these are absolutely bonkers, purchased a K400r nearly 4 years ago and it's still running on original pair of AA GP Alkaline batteries!
Edited by: "carlalston" 1st Jul

MIDURIX

I had the original k400 and then a k400r. Both of them experienced jumpy … I had the original k400 and then a k400r. Both of them experienced jumpy / laggy cursor movement from the track pad I'd over about 2/3m away. They would also have an annoying input lag issue where I would press shift to do a capital letter and then press the key I wanted and then start typing normally, but it would capitalise the second letter and not the first. All these issues were remedied by standing 1m from the receiver. Had this issue with a Dell tower pc and now an Asus one.



If you put the wireless receiver in either the front of the pc, or use a small extender to route it somewhere discreetly where it's 'facing' the room, that goes away completely. Mine works from 15 feet away when set up like that, but in the back of the pc it suffered similar issues.

Number6

You can change itso the F keys are default and other functions are … You can change itso the F keys are default and other functions are accessed with the fn key in the Logitech Options software (assuming you're using it in Windows) ... http://support.logitech.com/en_gb/product/wireless-touch-keyboard-k400-plus/downloads



Ahhh, wish I'd have checked this earlier, having had great experience with Logitech already (the world changing Harmony range!) I should have assumed they had a solution.

Thanks for pointing this out!

Like the reviews couldnt resist...brought!!!

Raydar8112 h, 3 m ago

​What a hairy keyboard that needs a trim? Lol

nope a keyboard that would kick your ass

19DembaBa1913 h, 47 m ago

Does it work with Sony KDL50W829B

i reckon so i use 1 with a Sony kdx8307c just plug the receiver in the tv and your good to go.

I have the back one and it's very well built and works really well

Well built little keyboard. Can occasionally become laggy/ unresponsive but usually solved in a few seconds by quickly turning off & on
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 1st Jul

A year ago or so I bought a original K400 for the same deal, I think. Awesome keyboards! So happy for this deal as I bought 2 Beelink GT1 Ultimate boxes and wanted another logitech keyboard for the second box and now I'll have it! Perfect timing!
Thanks for posting!

is this expired? coming up as £28.75?

Yup price looks to have gone up

Oh come on Amazon you can do better than this
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