Logitech Keys-to-Go portable keyboard review

We live in a mobile world and we need our tech devices to keep up. For those of you who are always on the go, Logitech made a keyboard just for you. The Keys-to-Go Keyboard is proof that Logitech is the best when it comes to computer peripherals.

The Keys-to-Go is an ultra-portable Bluetooth keyboard that measures in at 9.5″ x 5.4″ and is just 6mm thick. It’s small enough to squeeze into a purse, or possibly even a large-sized pocket in your pants. It’s covered in a rubbery/silicone material called FabricSkin that makes it completely waterproof. Battery life is rated at 350 hours, or long enough to keep up with you if you type for two weeks straight. The keyboard is compatible with Windows, OSX, Android and iOS devices meaning you can use it with your Surface, Macbook, Samsung Galaxy S8 or iPhone. I’m using it to type this review on my Macbook Pro which is connected to an external monitor. It has a retail price of $70, but can be purchase for as low as $35 on Amazon.com.

Typing on a portable keyboard usually takes some time to get used to, and that’s certainly the case with the Keys-to-Go. I became fully proficient with the Bluetooth keyboard after about five hours of typing. In those five hours I frequently found myself making mistake, but far less than what I’ve done when compared to other portables. I still can’t type as fast as I can on my Macbook or full-sized Logitech keyboard, but I find typing to be comfortable enough to leave those devices behind when I’m tight on space.

The keyboard skin is textured and it feels almost as good as the Smart Keyboard made for the iPad Pro. That’s an impressive feat considering the Smart Keyboard costs $100 more and is also considerably bigger. Logitech’s Keys-to-Go keyboard is good enough to use at home (give it time) and it’s perfect for those who are always on the go. $70 might a bit steep considering you might only use it when you’re travelling, but $35 is a heck of a deal.

It comes in three colors: black, red and teal.

This entire review was written with the Logitech Key-to-Go keyboard.

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