Logitech is coming out with a brand new wireless keyboard built just for Windows 8 devices. How do you make a keyboard just for Windows 8 devices, you ask? By sticking a huge touchpad on the side of it.
The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 is a perhaps not small, but space-efficient keyboard with a touchpad at the end. It’s a little trite to say it, but it looks a lot like an Apple keyboard and Magic Trackpad put together, although the Logitech one is black, and the keyboard cannot be separated from the touch pad.
The keyboard has concave keys that are supposed to be more comfortable to use for longer periods, and which should register more often if you accidentally graze the side of a key instead of hitting the center. The touchpad is much larger than one you’d find on any laptop, and is capable of 13 different Windows 8 touch gestures once you’ve downloaded Logitech’s SetPoint software. The keyboard connects to your computer by way of a USB dongle and is part of Logitech’s Unifying line of products, which allows you to pair up to six Logitech devices to one dongle.
The Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 is expected to ship sometime this month, and will cost $100.