Top 10 Logitech wireless keyboards 2020 & 2021 (The Best Ones)
If you are looking for the best wireless keyboards for 2020 and 2021 you are at right place.
- Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard
https://preview.redd.it/22rfda4dk5w51.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=0bd440af11c6f823081da7f9d28a2fd67abdec25 Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard Click Here
- Work for longer with long battery life: Basic AA and AAA batteries are included with the keyboard and mouse
- Keyboard and mouse combo: The Logitech MK270 Wireless keyboard and mouse combo includes a full size keyboard and a precision mouse so you can work comfortably away from your computer
- Easy storage: The MK270 includes a plug and forget receiver that cleverly stores inside your mouse for safekeeping.
- Drop out connectivity: The 2.4 Gigahertz signal ensures you have a strong and reliable connection, so you will never have to suffer through dropouts
- Programmable hotkeys to boost productivity: Automatically access frequently used applications by programming them to the 8 available hotkeys
- Note: The USB toggle is located in the storage compartment of the mouse
2)Logitech MK545 Advanced Wireless Keyboard
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- Type comfortably and accurately on a full size keyboard with textured palm rest, media controls, f key shortcuts, and adjustable tilt legs for the perfect typing position
- Stay productive for hours with a comfortable full size mouse that combines precision laser grade tracking and advanced controls
- Your keyboard stays powered for 36 Months and your mouse for 24 Months with no battery changes. Abrasion resistant key print
- Hot keys put media, calculator and battery check functions at your fingertips
- One tiny Unifying receiver connects both the keyboard and mouse to your computer.Advanced 2.4GHz wireless (10 meters)
- Keyboard: 3 tilt positions (natural, 4°, and 8°)
3)Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 with Long-Range Wireless
https://preview.redd.it/6qs6cazll5w51.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ebd622841c12046f30718239bccc17ed000af177 Logitech Wireless Keyboard K270 with Long-Range Wireless (Click Here)
- Plug-and-play setup with one tiny receiver that stays in computer and lets to add compatible devices
- Robust connection with up to 10-meter (33 feet) range
- Eight hot keys: For instant access to the Internet, e-mail, music volume and more
- Long-lasting battery life; 3 trial AAA Batteries included (Best with Polaroid AAA Batteries)
- Works with Windows-based computers
4)Logitech MK345 Wireless Combo Full-Sized Keyboard
https://preview.redd.it/s9yye796m5w51.jpg?width=1372&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=b3b84ed0de433dda70c3771f4e8fe704a882ec58 Logitech MK345 Wireless Combo Full-Sized Keyboard (Click Here)
- Full-size keyboard layout: Comfortable, quiet typing on a familiar keyboard layout with generous palm rest, spill-resistant design and easy-access media keys like mute, volume and play
- Comfortable right-handed mouse: Hand-friendly contoured shape for smooth, precise tracking
- Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connection: Delivers the reliability and speed of a corded connection
- Extended battery life: 3-year keyboard and 18-month mouse battery life virtually eliminates battery changes. Mouse battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
- Compatibility: Works with PCs using Windows or Chrome operating systems. Resolution: 1000 dpi
5)Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard - Graphite
https://preview.redd.it/flzexj0tm5w51.jpg?width=972&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=93a3fc547f872653921b6d5130d1a4b0bd4f4ed5 Logitech MX Keys Advanced Wireless Illuminated Keyboard - Graphite (Click Here)
- Perfect stroke keys: Spherically dished keys match the shape of your fingertips, offering satisfying feedback with every tap
- Comfort and stability: Type with confidence on a keyboard crafted for comfort, stability, and precision
- Smart illumination hand proximity detection and automatic backlighting
- Flow cross computer control: Type on multiple computers in 1 fluid workflow
- Multi device & multi OS: Compatible with Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android systems – Pair with up-to 3 devices
- USB c Rechargeable: Full charge lasts up-to 10 days – or up-to 5 months with back-lighting off
6)Logitech MK335 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo - Black/Silver https://preview.redd.it/c16zmpjbn5w51.jpg?width=1459&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=50bd09b8534b3b1a309ea14a1ea30faf40e809ed Logitech MK335 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo - Black/Silver (Click Here)
- Want to turn play your favorite movie, skip a boring song or jump to taobao? It's all at your fingertips with 11 hot keys and 4 programmable F-keys that give you instant access to your favorite multimedia options,
- The keyboard's sleek and Stylish design features Low-profile, whisper-quiet keys that make for a supremely comfortable typing experience that will make your fingers happy.
- The portable mouse with Plug-and-forget nano-receiver storage lets you stay as connected as you want to be as you roam around your home, in the office, and all points in between.
- You can go 24 Months for the keyboard and 12 months for the mouse without the hassle of changing batteries.* and the on/off switch on each device puts its power management directly in your hands. * Keyboard Battery life calculation based on an estimated two million keystrokes/Year In an office environment. User experience may vary. Mouse Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions.
- Logitech advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity gives you the reliability of a cord plus wireless convenience and freedom—fast data transmission, virtually no delays or dropouts, and wireless encryption.
7)Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo
https://preview.redd.it/wr8qowvao5w51.jpg?width=1460&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=48dc084a67a18e0bee55c97cd1b58c5350191077 Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave Keyboard and Mouse Combo (click here)
- Ergonomic wave design: The MK550 uses Logitech’s Constant Curve layout for reduced stress and better, more natural typing
- Integrated palm rest: Experience lower wrist fatigue with the integrated palm rest, three options for leg height allow you to adjust the keyboard to the height that feels most comfortable to you
- Precision laser mouse: Say goodbye to your touchpad with the included MK510 precision laser mouse; the mouse and keyboard are so energy efficient
- Long battery life: Use your keyboard and mouse for longer with the MK550’s extended battery life. The K350 keyboard has a battery life of upto 3 years and the mouse, upto 2 years
- Simple setup: There’s no additional setup involved when using the MK550 in Windows based PC - Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10
8)Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard
https://preview.redd.it/zfvfjasap5w51.jpg?width=1404&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4d13ec57491aa1c6ab99037b4b7a35692c9a532f Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard(Click here)
- Brightly backlit keys with illuminated characters for easy typing, even in the dark, compatible:Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- Perfect Stroke key system makes every keystroke more comfortable, fluid and quiet. No batteries needed: recharge quickly with the included universal micro USB cable
- Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless connection with one tiny Unifying receiver that stays in your computer. Works with Windows based PCs, including Windows 10 or later. Try moving the keyboard closer to the unifying receiver, or plug the unifying receiver into the receiver extender cable to bring it closer to the keyboard
- Easily pair with other Logitech devices through a single Unifying USB receiver. Look for orange "unifying" icon for compatible devices. NOTE: Review the videos under the image section and user manual under product details for set up and user guidance
- Compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
9)Logitech K350 Wireless Wave Keyboard
https://preview.redd.it/a0cv40hwp5w51.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4a87df7adb3dfd1a7b3caf19aeebf56b0b983080 Logitech K350 Wireless Wave Keyboard
- Wave design with Constant Curve layout: Curved layout guides hands into just the right position
- Ease and comfort: Cushioned palm rest makes work easier and fun more fun
- Longer battery time: This feature gives you up to three years of battery life. (Battery life based on a calculation of an estimated 2 million keystrokes per year in an office environment. User experience may vary.)
- Logitech Unifying receiver: The tiny Unifying receiver stays in your notebook, so there's no need to unplug it when you move around. And you can easily add compatible wireless mice and keyboards to the same wireless receiver
10)Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
https://preview.redd.it/x01ybp6hq5w51.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=28568cf9b444899be4e7187521d9765ef60a4970 Click here to get Logitech Wireless Keyboard K360
Product Dimensions 16 x 7 x 2 inches Item Weight 1 pounds Manufacturer Logitech Language: French ASIN B00822GICW Item model number 920-004090 Batteries 2 AA batteries required. Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #54 in Computer KeyboardsIs Discontinued By Manufacturer No Date First Available December 15, 2012
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What offer to take as a first IT job
Hi all New to IT as a profession, like many this covid has caused the loss of my day to day and is a good opertinuity to move into IT, something I have wanted to do for some time but had a comfortable living and making good money doing somthing not soul crushing so stayed with it.
The back story.
I have no official IT qualifactions and the only experience is being the 'in house' one man band IT guy (can work the witchcraft that is making a printer work) but not officially, I was sales and compliance manager for manufactured goods in the construction industry but the only computer literate one in an office of 20 so the company saved money by having me do anything IT related as well and mostly training my google fu skills.
Doing nothing super amazeing but from when i started and people using notepads and a message system of literally walking over to someones desk to rummage through an unorginised pile of jank to maybe find the info I needed to me pushing to stop using windows XP and Vista and standardize the computers to the same version, got an extra to make into a 'server' to host shared files with collarbitive workbooks to show basic info for all sales, product, profit per sale etc and pushed for some cloud storage, moved from POP to IMAP and finally to start doing backups of the company critical database system used as the boss's computer broke one day and noone could use the database to look up people to call and try to sell things to as it was only local to his computer.
After 7 years in my job I am now making the exciting leap into low level IT, taking a massive paycut but would be closer to home. Self teaching coding, and starting to study the compITA network+ (I dont have the A+ but I have done a lot of practice tests online and got passing scores 8 of 10 times so confident I can pass it with some structed revision etc)
I have 2 offers from 2 companys
An IT solutions company with an in house software dev team, not in the building I would be in. I would be in another companys office with a team of 17 (incl me) to do 1st/2nd line tech support for >1200 users, a mix of phone, email, tickets and deskside.
Long term goal to be programmer appears realistic here, can learn in free time and then showcase to them to move into the software dev side
better pay - would be £30k starting with a revision at 6 months and 1 year
slightly closer to home - 35 min drive to a 45 min drive
working in a larger team - would have people to mentor me/ people for me to bother to get info.
Has deskside support so I wont be cooped up in the same room all days and can take user errors out of the way and just fix the problem ;)
Never worked in IT as a profession and this would be in "A large multinational office for a worldwide phone company" and the company's largest client - never supported such a large user population before
There is an expection to working solo a lot and under own initiative - this I dont mind but I dont feel I know enough to do right off the bat and not sure if I would be expected to so a 50/50
their website says they deal with hosting and providing a secure infra service yet their own website is unsecured! and a DevOps friend looked and said he can see they are running linux in aws and still have their homepage, I dont know why this is so bad but he was stunned and said turn them down because of this, he shouldnt be able to look that up in 10 seconds.
involves 1st Line as well as second line - Ive never been either but I hear a lot of horror stories of 1st line being helpdesk/ call centre? But I am fairly sure this isnt a call center role as would be deskside support as well.
A telecomms company that has moved into networking on request of their large customers so they can manage their IT also. I would be working in their main office doing email and phone with 1 week a month as 'on site' doing who knows what as the HR lady dosnt know - I guess infra installs/ VoIP installs?
has a longer required skills list (that I dont have most of them) but means there is more for me to learn - BUT I do have the soft skills they are looking for and I am used to doing B2B deals and talking to 'the powers that be' in a fast paced office so I guess they are willing to overlook the lack of tech skills as these are easier to learn/ teach
based in the companys main office and has a weeks worth of hands on work a month so should keep things more interesting
Not sure if a Pro or Con so putting here would be a lot of network jazz happening so could be leading me up a different path (network engi?) that I dont know if I would enjoy
Very clean and professional looking website with no broken links
2nd Line only so less chance of just being a helpdesk
less pay - 26k at start with only 1 review at 6 months
not 100% sure what I would be doing 1 week a month
slightly further away from home - 45 min drive compared to 35 min
working in a smaller team so less people to learn the ropes from
I dont have the exp or knowledge of most of the things on the required skills list - possible imposter syndrome? They seem to think I am a fit for what they are looking for?
TL/DR - Dont have any IT certs or official IT work experience and need help to decide what job offer to take as a first IT role.
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