Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480

A single keyboard allows you to type on anything! The Bluetooth® Multi-Device Keyboard K480 is a unique keyboard for your Windows, Mac or Chrome computer…that also works with your Android or iOS mobile devices. With a flick of a switch, you can change typing from one device to the next. (Bluetooth wireless device required)


38 thoughts on “Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480

  1. Hey Logitech, will you make a Wireless version of the G Pro Keyboard this century???

    PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You've done a tone of wireless mice, now make keyboards too, for Christ's sake!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Or make another Wireless Gaming Keyboard, it doesn't matter! But give it LIGHTSPEED, N-Key Rollover, Anti-Ghosting and make is just as small.


    – Put in a decent rechargeable battery, no AA or AAA batteries.

    – Don't care for RGB, make it White LEDs. But let me chose which keys are illuminated(wasd) on the gaming profile.

    – And please make the keys as silent as a rubber dome. I'll buy all of them! Make them tactile too.

    Please Logitech!!!!!!!!!!!! It's been years since you made the HUGE G613 keyboard. :((((

  2. Looks great, but why did the taskbar of a PC on Windows 7 remained unchanged when a person was minimizing the windows? There were windows of an unknown IM app and unknown photo viewer. However, the taskbar had anything but totally not them: Explorer, Remote Desktop, Notepad++, Oracle VirtualBox and an icon I don't recognize for some reasons. There was no at least taskbar animations of apps being minimized. I love your products, but man, this is a noticeable fail in your ads. With love from Ukraine, pixelity.

  3. I just got one of these and I must say that I am impressed. I really like the key feel and the ease of operation. One thing that I will note though is that there is no palm rest and after prolonged use, the keyboard can be pretty uncomfortable. Also the keyboard is a little larger and heavier than I originally intended (I planned to take it with me more often). These are both just minor gripes, but something to consider. At $50, the purchase was a no brainer. 

  4. Looks great, However, i am confused why they went with a recessed knob as the way to switch between devices. Why not something easier to do while typing. It just seems to break the flow. 

  5. ohhh guys…really??? whyyyyyy a knob instead of a button (with 3 simple leds) for quick switching between the devices???? whyyyy? An amazing product with an opportunity to become a perfect product

  6. 1 small design flaw for me; the black one is combined with neon yellow i would've liked the black one to be as slick as the white one with grey accents or all black, also a mouse pad or trackball would be a good feature for the next model

  7. I can hear Xzibit saying "Yo, dawg! We heard you like to multitask. So we created a device that let's you multitask while you multitask." 😀

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