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Logitech MX Keys Mini, Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard, Pale Grey £69.99 Delivered @ John Lewis & Partners

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Reduced in grey at John Lewis, possible 10% off with code MYTREAT (selected accounts) + Claim a either 1 month of Adobe Creative Cloud Membership or 2 months of Adobe Photography Plan at no extra cost (Via redemption)For full terms and conditions and how to claim, click here

Claims must be made by 31/12/2023 to qualify for the offer. Subscription will auto renew if not cancelled at £51.98 per month for Adobe all apps plan or £9.98 per month for Photography Plan

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Logitech’s MX Keys Mini is a minimalist keyboard made for creators.

A full charge lasts up to 10 days, or 5 months with backlighting switched off. Just plug in the USB-C to USB-C charging cable as usual, to top up the power when necessary.

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    Jeez £70 quid for a keyboard. Its like a week's shopping :P
    Can you link us to a better deal for this particular one?
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    Any good offers for the version with the num pad?
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    I love my k380 - anyone used both and think this is worth the upgrade?
    I also use a K380 keyboard so would be interested to know. Free a quick look it just seems like the differences are the backlighting (which greatly reduces battery life) and a built in battery that is recharged by USB (good thing: can recharge conveniently, bad thing: when the battery health decreases the keyboard essentially becomes e-waste).

    On this basis, whilst the backlight is a cool extra to have, I simply can't justify £70 (on offer) when the K380 cost me £20 (also on offer) (edited)
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    Any good offers for the mechanical version without the num pad?
    Does the mechanical version have deeper keys? And is there a version with the num pad? These keys are so shallow my fingers hurt after a bit.
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    I bought Logitech K810 (looks similar to this) back in 2016 and still going strong. Worth the money imho.
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    Horrible keyboard. Keys are too cramped and I keep hitting the wrong ones.
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