We are increasingly becoming multi-screeners, viewing, creating or editing content on all sorts of computers, smart phones and tablets. No longer are we bound to one desk, one device or one operating system. That’s why we are so excited to unveil two great products, the Logitech® K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth® Keyboard and the Logitech® M535 Bluetooth® Mouse, giving you the freedom to create, communicate or work wherever you feel inspired, on any computing device.
The Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard gives you the comfort and convenience of a desktop keyboard for your smartphone, tablet and more. You can easily connect to any three Bluetooth enabled devices and instantly switch typing among them with the Easy-Switch™ buttons. The K380 keyboard recognizes your connected devices and automatically maps keys to supported functions and shortcuts. This versatile keyboard is compact and lightweight so you can type on the device of your choice, anywhere around the home.
And, with multitasking in mind, we’re also introducing the Logitech M535 Bluetooth Mouse. When you’re creating on-the-go between multiple devices, this mouse can help bring harmony to your navigation. The M535 mouse lets you create on virtually any computing device, including Windows®, Mac®, Chrome™ and Android™ operating systems. Its programmable navigation button lets you switch between applications, change between desktops, do frequent actions, such as drag-and-drop files and images, replicate the three-finger swipe gesture that brings up mission control on a Mac, or bring up Task View on Windows 10. From metal café tables to tile countertops to your favorite wooden study desk, this mouse can track reliably on just about any surface with its laser-grade optical sensor.
While the keyboard and mouse are sold separately and not dependent on each other to work, they both feature a wireless and compact form factor for flexible use, and we think you’re going to love the designs. Are you ready to free yourself? Take a look at the two videos below, and let us know what you think in the comments. And, we’re curious: what devices do you switch between the most each week?