Type on anything with Logitech K480 Wireless Multi-Device Keyboard - a unique compact computer keyboard that also works with your tablet and smartphone. Easily switch between 3 connected Bluetooth devices by turning the EASY-SWITCH dial. Type in comfort with the familiar keyboard layout, with all the shortcut keys you use the most, whether you're typing on a Windows, Mac or Chrome computer, or an Android or iOS tablet or smartphone. Plus, this multi-device keyboard features an integrated cradle that holds your phone or tablet at just the right angle for you to read while you type.
Type on any device
A new type of wireless computer keyboard for your desk that also works with your tablet and smartphone; connect with any Bluetooth-enabled device with external keyboard support.
Simply turn the dial of the Logitech K480 keyboard to switch typing between 3 connected Bluetooth wireless devices, you can work with Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, Android, and iPadOS.
Familiar keyboard layout
Find all the shortcut keys you use the most, but in a space-saving design that lets you place your mouse close to you, for less arm reaching and better posture.
A cradle to hold your phone or tablet at just the right angle for you to read while you type; fits most phones and tablets up to 0.4 inches thick and 10 inches wide.
This portable, wireless Bluetooth keyboard comes with 2 pre-installed AAA batteries which can last up to 24 months and is compatible with wired, wireless or Bluetooth mice.*
Durable and spill-resistant
The wireless and compact keyboard K480 is also spill-resistant to survive small accidents; it’s a reliable and durable partner for your desk at home, or at work.**
*Battery life may vary based on use and computing conditions.
**Tested under limited conditions (maximum of 60 ml liquid spillage). Do not immerse the keyboard in liquid.
A:AnswerInitially I went online to the Logitech website, but it also comes with an instruction sheet. It's easy. In the upper right of the keyboard are two buttons. The one marked with "i" is for pairing to anything Apple. The one marked "pc" is for Android or anything that's not Apple. Choose a number on the device selector on the upper left of the keyboard. Enable Bluetooth on your device and start it scanning. Press and hold the "pc" or "i" button on the keyboard until the blue light flashes rapidly and then let go. The device should show the K480 in the scan list. Select it and they should pair up and you're good to go.
A:AnswerMine don't stick, but I type really slow. Also I just noticed when I tried to speed up, the keys do seem a bit clunky. I'm coming off an apple keyboard where the keys are much more flush than these. All in all, I don't find myself getting annoyed at the keys. If your keys are not popping back up, you may have gotten a bad one-but if you try slowing down that may help. Good Luck.