I have had several wireless keyboards over the years and to be quite honest they were disappointing with one of them pretty much useless. I was considering purchasing a new laptop as my old one was rather bulky and had seen much better days when I started to think do I really need a new laptop? Although I still have tasks that require a laptop most of my work nowadays is word processing and uploading to my blog. Not much grunt needed for that.
As an Android and Microsoft user the search for a wireless keyboard can be quite daunting. There are many, many options to explore. My criteria was that I wanted a portable system that allowed me to type on my tablet and phone on my lap. That is where some have been difficult in the past. Although flexible and clever when used on a hard surface they were cumbersome and impractical to use on your lap. That’s why I had used a laptop for so long.
Enter the Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard. A very solid unit that allows your phone or tablet to slide into a groove and turn it into a laptop. The fit is perfect and the angle is superb for browsing or writing. I am using a 10 inch Samsung but I would be surprised if you could not use a bigger tablet again. I can even fit my tablet and phone together in the groove. The keyboard has a full numeric pad and feels solid to type with. The keyboard is around the size of a 17 inch laptop. There is no touchpad but then you have a touchscreen on your tablet. Unlike most this keyboard is not rechargeable but instead uses AA batteries that are said to last up to 10 years. I prefer this as there is nothing worse than grabbing a flat keyboard.
To sum up. This is a very inexpensive keyboard that offers a high end feel and allows you to turn your tablet into a laptop. Best in show so far.