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Logitech has unveiled a wireless keyboard with backlit keys. The Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800 has several interesting features to maximise battery life such as ambient light and motion sensors.

Ambient light sensors automatically adjust the backlighting based on the amount of light in a room, and motion sensors detect your hands as they approach to turn the backlighting on and turn it off when your hands move away.

The backlighting can also be adjusted manually or completely turned off.

The K800 uses PerfectStroke key system which combines the smooth movement of notebook keys with the comfort of traditional keyboards. While the concave design and rounded edges of the keys makes it easier to position your fingers properly on the keys.

The wireless keyboard also takes that advantage of the company’s plug-and-forget Unifying receiver. This tiny receiver can connect up to six compatible Logitech mice and keyboards to a single PC or laptop.

This frees up USB ports and makes it easy for users to mix, match and add more hardware to their existing setup.

The K800 uses rechargeable batteries which can last up to 10 days. The batteries can be charged via a micro USB cable.

The K800 retails for RM338.

++++ www.logitech.com

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