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Gadget of the Week - Logitech Keys-to-Go

Gadget of the Week, Logitech Keys-To-Go, Geek Chicago

Tablet, iPad, and smartphone users, this one’s for you! No longer will you be held back by a tethered cord or a lack of color choice for your on-the-go keyboard.

The Logitech Keys-to-Go standalone Bluetooth keyboard is a stylish and forward-thinking gadget that’s definitely worth getting excited about. Thanks to its great design and impressive specs, this may just be one of the best portable Bluetooth keyboards on the market.

While the keyboard is light and compact at only a quarter-inch thick and 9.5 inches long, Logitech promises a feel familiar to your everyday keyboard experiences with “great tactile feedback and perfect bounce every time you press a key—all with impressively fast and accurate results.”

And of course, the Key-to-Go’s Bluetooth component makes it easier for you to type on the go, allowing you to “pair with almost any screen.” Your charge on the keyboard lasts an impressive three months, and an indicator light will helpfully notify you when it’s time to recharge with its included USB charging cable.

Each of the keyboard’s features justify why it’s one of the coolest Bluetooth keyboards out there. The durable, liquid-repellent seal makes clean up from accidental spillage and crumb droppage quick and easy. What’s more, the specs mean no more loud, clacking noises when you type in public. One of the gadget’s most intriguing features, “silent typing” allows you to write your emails or type a status update without disturbing those within an earshot.

Get ready to think of your Bluetooth keyboard as a true accessory you can show off. Logitech gives you four sleek and stylish color choices, including black, stone, blush, and smoky blue.

Ready to make the switch to a stylish Bluetooth keyboard? The Logitech Keys-to-Go keyboard is available for $69.99 on Logitech’s website. Limited color choices are also available via Amazon, Best Buy, and other retailers. You’ll also receive a convenient attachable stand, in order to avoid leaning at an uncomfortable angle while typing on your phone.

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