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Type with this multi-device Logitech wireless keyboard. The built-in rubber cradle supports devices vertically, making small screens easily viewable, and 128-bit AES encryption keeps information private. Compatible with Windows, Mac, Chrome and Android devices, this Logitech wireless keyboard uses USB and Bluetooth technology to connect to your smartphone and tablet.
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What's Included

  • AAA battery (2 pcs, pre-installed)
  • Logitech K780 Wireless Keyboard
  • USB receiver
  • User documentation

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Overall Customer Rating:
95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (685 out of 727)


Type comfortably at home or on the go

98 keys let you type and navigate quickly.

Keyboard controls

Feature application switching, search and easy-switch for simple navigation.

QWERTY layout

Makes it easy to find your home keys.

Logitech FLOW cross-computer typing

Use as a regular keyboard or combine with a compatible Logitech FLOW mouse (sold separately) to type, copy, paste and move files seamlessly between computers.

Bluetooth wireless connectivity

Provides multiple placement options without a wired connection.

33' wireless range

Allows you to navigate easily from a distance.

PC, Mac, Android and Apple iOS compatible

For versatile use.

Overall customer rating

would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent multi-device Keyboard for your desk!

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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Logitech has done it again! This keyboard is the younger sibling of their K380 multi-device Bluetooth wireless keyboard that they released in 2015 and in my opinion improved upon the previous design in terms of key size and features. The K780 features slightly larger keys (a good thing in my opinion, as the K380 felt cramped) and also adds a number pad (something I missed dearly on the K380). The K780 works over Bluetooth and also can use the 2.4 GHz unifying receiver (which is included), however the Bluetooth will only work on devices that support Bluetooth smart capabilities (in other words, Bluetooth 4.0 and up). Battery life is rated at up to 2 years and is powered by 2 AAA batteries. I can't speak to this claim personally as I've been using the keyboard for about a month now (I'm typing this review on it) but given Logitech's track record in this area I'm confident the claims will prove true. I really like that this keyboard is bigger and heavier than the K380. the K380 is small and compact in comparison which is great for portability and light weight, but not so great for keeping as a desktop keyboard as the keyboard never stayed put on my desk for long. The K380 also didn't include a built-in smartphone/ tablet stand which meant using that keyboard requires that the phone or tablet have a case with a stand built in. The K780 includes a triangular piece at the top end of the keyboard which spans the entire length of the keyboard and allows for standing your phone or tablet at an angle to view use them while at your desk. The thing that really sold me on the K780 and K30 before it is the ability to connect multiple devices using different OS's. I have a PC, a Mac and my iOS devices and being able to use one keyboard with all of them is a huge convenience! I remember when I had to use a KVM switch connected to my PC and Mac... My how times have changed! Now all I have to do is pair my respective devices with the keyboard (a simple task) and I'm connected. Once your connected you'll need to install Logitech's "Options" software which you can download from their website. Once you download that you'll be able to make adjustments like re-mapping some of the function keys (at the moment it doesn't appear you can re-map said Fn keys on the Mac, but Windows allows it). You will need to install the Options software on each device (Mac and PC only) that you're going to connect to it if you plan to customize the keyboard's functionality. Also, the keyboard has dual key markings, so you'll know which key is the 'Start' key for Windows, and the 'Command' key for Mac. If you ask me Logitech is moving in the right direction. They realize that most of us have more than one device now, and they are making it easy to have a single text input for up to 3 of those devices. If you're looking for a multi-device keyboard that will remain at your desk and not move around, then the K780 is a great choice to consider. If you need something a little cheaper (say, half the price of the K780) and that you can travel with as it's more compact, then I would go with the K380. Hope this helps you in making an educated decision!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Keyboard

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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Now I have two. This thing is a great keyboard simply for typing before getting into all of its special features, and I should know, as I've spent over two decades hunting through ergonomic keyboards and mechanical keyboards and every other niche keyboard technology looking for the easiest way to type with the hand and wrist pains that I've always had. So, just with that and the robust build quality of thing, I can highly recommend it. However, this is not just a great typing interface, it has much extra to offer. It runs on bluetooth and Logitech Unify technologies simultaneously so you can connect with anything you need it to, but can have an extra stable connection to anything that can offer you a free USB port for a Logitech Unifying Adapter (which will also let you connect a Logitech wireless mouse of your choice via the same, single USB dongle). The most noticeable feature is the large tablet/phone rest that runs the length of the thing. You can easily get any tablet I know of and a phone on there, but I've used it with an iPad and a Surface 3 quite handily. The unit is surprisingly heavy and can handle most loads unless you turn everything portrait which may move the center of gravity too high in some situation. This situation would be a ridiculous over application of technology, though, as it would require the combination of 2 iPad Pros or Surfaces placed in portrait. Another big feature is the by now standard keys for easily switching among 3 paired devices. Most standard configuration would be one desktop system (perfectly compatible with Windows, Mac or Linux), one tablet and one phone, though anything is possible. I run a PC, iPad and Surface in my office, but with my second unit upstairs, I run iPad, iPhone and Surface. The second unit also serves some times on a lap desk, or even just on my lap when I sit on a couch, and it serves quite well in all those capacities. This is simply the best and most useful keyboard made to date. The only other keyboards I still use regularly out of my huge collection are a ClamCase keyboard for my iPad and the TypeCover on my Surface 3, both only when I'm out of the house, for convenience as well as protection of the tablets themselves. Even my prized old Logitech K750 Solar is sitting in a box, poised to come out as back up in case of a dire emergency that likely will never come (did I mention these keyboards are built like tanks?) Do yourself a favor ... if you need a keyboard, for any reason, just go for the K780. You may never find a use for everything it can do for you, but it types like a dream, may last forever, and even at full MSRP is one of the cheapest quality boards available.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    So Logitech has really failed this time.

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Exchanged three times within less than 1 month, returned twice. The keyboard on paper is great. However on actual functional it needs lots of work. Multiple issues from customer support to technical to usage. Since my first keyboard wouldn't even connect to the USB adapter that came with the keyboard. Called Logitech, a technician tells me it not supposed to work with the USB adapter, WHAT really??? and it comes with it and it doesn't work. I said I read the document right in front and says it supports both USB adapter and Bluetooth. He says the documents are wrong. So of course this guy was messed up. Returned to Best buy to get a new one. The new one worked!!! yeah so I have positive thoughts that the last one was bad so I am happy. two weeks later (02-28-2018) they release new software version to upgrade the keyboard firmware. Okay, I say go for it. Half way down the road it errors out. Guess what, however many times I try it will not work. Call / chat with Logitech support, they are hung up on the fact that there is NO software update for the keyboard!!! well I am may be making this up, even when it is published on the website new software available. Continue trying different agents on the phone, finally i get hold of one.agent on the phone. After trying multiple solutions and he having to back and forth like 5 times with other superior technical folks and being on the phone for more than 2 hours, he says they may be able to send a new one. Happier. Here is link where it has even been reported the same issue. https://community.logitech.com/s/question/0D55A00007DpVYgSAN/k780-factory-default The agents have no idea about this issue. So if you do Decide to buy it remember to NOT update the keyboard firmware. I would hold on buying this keyboard till they resolve this issue. Waiting on the keyboard to arrive. Will keep you posted. so as of now i am rating this keyboard 1 star.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Gimmicky Looks - Serious Performance

    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I average 10+ hours a day at my desk. When my old Logitech stopped working, I rushed out to by a replacement. I planned on getting the exact same keyboard (K750), but I saw the K780 and figured I'd give it a try. My first thought was that it looked strange with (unnecessarily) round keys, and I wasn't sure I would like it. That said, the ability to connect to my computer, ipad, and iphone at the same time, sounded very appealing - and it was on sale for $59.99. Well, my skepticism lasted all of about 10 minutes. I love this keyboard. In fact, I've never been so geeked up about a keyboard. I now have one in my office and my study at home. Typing is surprisingly enjoyable. No issues with the round keys. It's not as clickly as I typically prefer, but the overall experience is very enjoyable. If you don't usually go for the membrane style keyboard, I suggest trying this one anyway. I can't explain it, but Logitech has something here. Now, onto the important stuff. If you regularly use multiple devices at a desk, this keyboard will seriously increase your efficiency. It is hard to overstate how much I appreciate the ease with which I am able to operate my PC, iPhone, and iPad Pro throughout my day. Streaming videos, responding to texts, surfing "non-work" websites, and getting all of my sanctioned work done on the PC at the same time with the same keyboard. Switching devices is fast and easy - just one click. Click again, and you're back. No need to stop and pick up the phone every time you get a message. In the two weeks I've been using the K780 I've actually learned many keyboard shortcuts for ios, which saves me even more time and touches on my ios devices. The keyboard is heavy - but you will appreciate that when you've got your tablet and phone sitting in the channel because the keyboard is stable and never feels like it's going to fall over. That said, if you have a charger/stand/docking station, there is no need to use the built-in channel because the devices are connected with bluetooth. So, depending on what I'm doing, I may have my phone or tablet resting on a separate stand or charger, but the keyboard functions just as well. Bottom line. If you're stuck at a desk for several hours a day, and you enjoy using multiple devices - you will, at a minimum, appreciate this keyboard. If you're like me, you're going to wonder how you ever got along without it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Incredibly useful and versatile

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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I was looking for wireless keyboard for my Surface Pro 4, which I dock and use as a desktop keyboard. It was displayed on an endcap at Best Buy, so I stopped and had a look. I liked the look immediately, with its low profile and the solid weight when I picked it up. In use, it sits firmly on my glass topped deak and does not slide around at all due to the solid rubber feet and that weight. I'd say it's heavier than the average keyboard in spite of being smaller. That weight , the keyboard's wdith and it's relatively shallow depth make it a very nice lap keyboard if I want to sit back from the desk -- probably not planned for that but nice bit of serendipity. (I'm doing that now.) The keys are a little closer together than a standard keyboard and but still comfortable. They give good tactile feedback with a short travel distance but are very quiet. The layout is a little eccentric with regard to accessory keys (delete, numlock, etc) and it does without a home or end key, which took a little getting used to. Having done so, not a problem. A great thing about the keyboard is the incredibly convenient tablet stand at the top of the keyboard. This is probaably why the keyboard is as heavy as it is, in order to provide stability for any device you'd care to use it with. It's angled nicely and seem to hold pretty much anything. I've even put my Surface in it, and it holds most securely. I have found that it pairs quickly and smoothly with everything I've tried: wireless Logitech dongle, Bluetooth to IPhone, Bluetooth to Kindle, Bluetooth to Surface. On every device there is no lag, even when starting to type after a break or first thing in the morning. Minor complaint: the angle of keyboard itself is not adjustable. It sits flat on the desk, probably to make the device stand more stable. I like this keyboard so much that I bought a second one for work on my own dime. I love using good tools, and this is definitely a great one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great keyboard, multi-pairing! GRR on battery door

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Using this between a desktop, surface pro, and my phone. Works awesome, I'm very happy. The logitech receiver is able to wake my PC from sleep. Also, very easy (front buttons) to control. Great recessed feel to the keys - very easy to type on. Agree with some of the others about the weighted base though. I don't mind its not detachable, but the cover where the batteries are is a pain. I almost broke mine after I first got it to get the batteries set. My cover is now really loose (one of the "wings" on it that keeps it in I bent a bit, but its not broke yet). I think I'll be ok now as long as I'm careful, but since this isn't rechargeable (logitech - WHY???? grrr) I know the trick to get the thing open now in the future. That's why I docked it half a star, the other half star is that it is not USB rechargeable (I'd have paid extra especially in light of its other features). I've never had good luck with rechargeable third party batteries that were AA or AAA... give me a nice lith-ION one built-in even if I can't replace it. Weight of the base with what I put in it is not a problem even typing (but I have it mostly on a desk or table, not lap). If you have a surface pro (maybe surface too), the weighted base will hold it perfectly (even using the touch screen). I have a surface keyboard too, but this one feels oh so much better when I don't need to be as portable with it as in my home office. Please Logitech, put the multi-pairing feature in all your stuff. I bought the K830 too, wish it had it. People now days have multiple devices and we don't wanna have all these mice/keyboards laying around.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Great For Bluetooth / Wireless Computers Users

    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I purchased this keyboard to replace the Logitech K750 Solar Keyboard. I love the idea that this keyboard works with both wireless and bluetooth devices. when connected to bluetooth, I'm able to use it with my Cell Phone and Tablet to respond to text messages right from the keyboard. When connected to the Bluetooth feature and the computer goes to sleep it delays for several seconds before it respond when I resume typing, same with wireless but less response time. I love the touch of the round keys when typing. I love the small size of the keyboard as it doesn't hog all the space on my desk, which leave more space for me to work. I love the 10-key pad since I use the number pad often in my home business. The ONLY major issue I've had with this keyboard is the "Print Screen" feature. I use print screen often in my home business so when I rely on it and it doesn't work, I'm not happy. Just when the warranty expires, the keyboard functions seem to expire as well. It worked perfectly fine at first but recently stopped working. it appear the "fn" key or both the "fn/del" keys together has stopped responding. I rated it 2 stars because of the print screen feature stop working right after the warranty expired and no fix for it. I will ONLY recommend this keyboard for all the features I love about it, but not sure if I will buy another Logitech wireless product since I've had several of their wireless product fail me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect, but for one detail

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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I had been thinking about getting a new wireless keyboard for a while: my new office has windows, but not in front of my desk, so my old, solar-powered Logitech K750 had to come home with me. I had looked at tons of reviews and narrowed my choices down to two: The Logitech K800 and the HP Elite v2. Two very different keyboards, I know. Anyway, I went into a store and tested the K800. I immediately knew it wasn't for me. It was too small (I of course knew it didn't have a number pad) and the keys felt mushy (which might have been a function of it being a display model, I'll grant that much). A K780 was next to it. I hit a few random keys and all thoughts of the HP Elite v2 went out of my head. The keys are stiff and give great feedback—not mechanical keyboard feedback, but great for a keyboard like this. The roundness of the keys and their indents are perfect. They cup your fingers and are spaced far enough apart that mistaken keystrokes are naturally minimized. I can honestly say that I enjoy typing on this keyboard and that it has increased my productivity. I have had no connectivity issues and switching between devices (I mainly switch between my MacBook Air and iPhone) is seamless. The one problem: I wish the keyboard didn't come with the added bulk of the iPhone/iPad stand. I'll never use it. I don't know anyone who would use it. It's just an extra piece of plastic that weighs the keyboard down and gets in the way a little bit. That said, I still endorse this keyboard without reservations.

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars with 8 reviews

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  • Digital TrendsRating, 4 out of 5William Harrel on May 1, 2017
    Logitech K780 review
    The Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard is perfect for people who can't settle on using just one device.Full Review
  • Computer ShopperMelissa J. Perenson on November 1, 2016
    Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard Review and Ratings
    The K780 is a great help for using your phone or tablet as a second screen alongside your laptop or PC. This single keyboard can switch among devices with a single button press, making it easy to deal with incoming texts, for example. We just wishFull Review
  • G Style MagazineJason Million on October 29, 2016
    Logitech K780 Wireless Multi-Device Quiet Desktop Keyboard [Review]
    In this day and age you are probably using anywhere from 2-4 devices on the daily. I can imagine one of those would at least be a PC and then a smartphone. Some might have multiple smartphones and even a tablet. Going from typing on your PC toFull Review
  • TechSmart (South Africa)Robin-Leigh Chetty on October 19, 2016
    Logitech K780 wireless keyboard
    QWERTY, quiet and quirky, the K780 multi-device wireless keyboard from Logitech is designed for multitaskers that are in the mood for something a little different.Full Review
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    Logitech K780 Review: Why you want a multi-device wireless keyboard
    If you've ever suffered texter's thumb, you might have wished for a full-sized wireless keyboard for your smartphone. Logitech has just that in the shape of the K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard, and it goes beyond replacing the on-screen 'boardFull Review
  • Trusted Reviews (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Michael Passingham on October 7, 2016
    Logitech K780
    Logitech has a penchant for designing multi-device peripherals for desk-dwellers who don't want to clutter their workspace. The MX Master mouse from 2015 was one of the finest examples of this, and the new K780 is a complementary addition.Full Review
  • ZDNetMatthew Miller on September 14, 2016
    Logitech K780 multi-device wireless keyboard hands-on: Fast text entry on computer, phone, and tablet
    Text entry on a tablet or phone can limit you to short messages. With the new Logitech K780, a single button press can make a full size keyboard work for you and improve your productivity.Full Review
  • BetaNewsBrian Fagioli on September 14, 2016
    Logitech K780 multi-device wireless keyboard first impressions [Review]
    One of the biggest pain points for dual-booting computer users is Bluetooth devices. This is because every time you switch operating systems, you must do the pairing all over again. For a keyboard in particular, this is a big hassle. LogitechFull Review

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