Logitech K780

Today we will be reviewing the K780 Keyboard from Logitech.

Big thanks to Logitech for sending this one in for review.

Firstly, the K780 comes well packaged and includes the K780 itself, 2 AAA batteries, the USB receiver and some documentation.

K780 Design

THe K780 has kind of a retro feel to it, with it’s round keys similar to an old typewriter. The Keys are coated with a nice rubbery material and are very silent with a sort of tactile feeling, not mushy like most membrane keyboards. In the top right is the Logitech logo followed by a caps lock indicator. At the top left are the device switch buttons, which i’ll get more into later.

On the back is a soft rubber channel to hold up your devices like a tablet or a phone. On the bottom is five rubber feet to stop it from sliding round and also holds the battery compartment where the USB receiver is also housed.


The main feature of the K780 is it’s ability to be universal with a range of devices. It is compatible with Windows, Mac, IOS and Android. You can pair up to three devices at once and switch between them with the white coloured 1, 2 and 3 keys. You can have up to 1 wireless device and up to 3 Bluetooth devices.

Battery Life

The battery life on the K780 is amazing, it lasts up to 24* Months on a single pair of AAA batteries and auto sleep.


If you like a clean and silent design on a budget. The K780 is a really good choice.

Buy one at Logitech!

Logitech K780
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