- USB-C rechargeable. Full charge lasts up to 10 days
- Hand proximity sensors that turn the backlighting on
- Ambient light sensors that adjust backlighting brightness
Introducing MX Keys, an advanced wireless illuminated keyboard crafted for efficiency, stability, and precision. Perfect Stroke keys are shaped for your fingertips and backlighting lights up the moment your hands approach. Increased key stability reduces noise while optimizing responsiveness – and tactile reference for hand positioning makes it easy to stay oriented and in your flow.
Take Comfort In Remarkable Stability
Confidently type on a keyboard crafted for support, stability, and precision.
Increased key stability reduces noise and optimizes responsiveness so you feel – but don’t hear – every keystroke. And the entire body of MX Keys is held together by a single metal plate – for a remarkably solid build that never slides around your desk.
Multiple Computers, One MX Keys
MX Keys follows your MX Master 3 – or other Flow-enabled mouse – from one computer to another, meaning you can type on multiple devices in one fluid workflow.
Transfer files, documents, and images across computers and Mac and Windows® operating systems.
MX Keys stays powered up to 10 days on a full charge – or up to 5 months with backlighting turned off. Use the USB-C charging cable to top up the power.
MX Keys works with Windows, Mac, Linux® iOS and Android™ operating systems.
Pair your keyboard with up to three devices and switch between them with the press of an Easy-Switch™ button. Use one MX Keys for your laptop, desktop or tablet.
All of the paper-based packaging for MX Keys is FSC®-certified and made from a mix of materials from FSC-certified forests, recycled materials and other controlled sources. We used 97% less plastic resulting in a 64% reduction in the carbon footprint of the packaging,compared to the previous model.
Requires Logitech Flow-enabled mouse and Logitech Options software, available for download at logitech web
Battery life may vary based on user and computing conditions