• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    WOW, love it...worth every penny,

    • Written by from North York

    ...Well, I think I found the best keyboard hands down. I ordered it from Apple and received it in less than 24hours...excellent service!
    ...easy to read black keys white lettering...nice contrast,
    ...Adjustable backlit keys, all you have to do is have your hands hover over the keypad and it lights up...Magic,
    ...pretty well the same size as Apples bluetooth keyboard,
    ...I also want to mention although this is made for Apple products I was able to easially connect my Asus solid state Windows 8.1 laptop using a bluetooth connection.
    After weeks of looking I found a keyboard that will work seamlessly with my iPad,Mac,and iPod, and some Bluetooth Windows products as well.
    I have purchased at least a dozen or more keyboards in the past, but this one is in a class of its own.
    Logitech has hit it right out of the park with this product.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product itself! However...

    • Written by from Berkeley

    I am satisfied with this product overall.
    everything is perfect. typing is soft, quality is good, and moving between different devices work greatly!

    The only thing I don't like is key mapping problem with "fn" key.
    I use betterTouchTool app to customize my key mapping.
    for example, with apple mouse. "fn+two finger swipe to the left" => maximize current window at the left half of screen.
    However, this keyboard doesn't recognize pushing "fn" key alone.
    Unless you push "fn+ another key on the keyboard", the keyboard doesn't send a signal to computer.
    I strongly believe that the "fn" locates best accessible position at the corner, so there are many people using the key as a shortcut with another action. if you are the one and going to use this keyboard, you should change the key mapping not using "fn" key.
    In my case, I changed all key mapping replacing with "shift". it feels weird for me now since I got used to using 'fn'.
    I asked this to Logitech, but they answered like as if they didn't care this matter.

    Other than that.. this product is the best keyboard for the people who use multiple apple devices.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Tried different keyboards...

    • Written by from Corte Madera

    I have tried three different models of iPad keyboards. The first two broke right away. This one synchronized easily, and just worked. Awesome! I also love that I can use it with my AppleTV

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best keyboard available.

    • Written by from Trenton

    I am able to switch between my Ipad Mini, my Mac Pro 13 AND iphone 6. no longer do i have to stress over typing with my fingers. Works flawlessly on Yosemite and although I DO miss the number pad, truth is, if it had one it would not fit in my comp bag. I just got a wired #pad and use that instead :) All in all, it is well-worth the $$$ and I'd happily buy again if it breaks on me, which hasn't happened yet and I am a klutz. I've dropped it a bunch of times and spilled liquid on it but it's still going! :D

    5 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    K811 Keyboard

    • Written by from New Zealand

    Nice black keys. Keys feel slightly slippery. Some background light bleeding from top keys and cursor keys. Overall like the Mac layout, colours and materials used.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Dose not work with Mac mini

    • Written by from Saskatoon

    Backlighting is great and being able to pair with 3 devices is also great but be aware that this will not pair with a Mac mini you will need an actual Apple bluetooth keyboard or USB keyboard when first setting up the mini and then install the logitech system pref to get this keyboard to work.

    They should state on the box that it is not 100% compatible with the mini and will NOT work with a brand new fresh install.

    18 of 26 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent portable keyboard

    • Written by from noosa

    I have been using this keyboard for a few weeks now and love it, really easy to set up and use. The keys light up automatically if you are working in dim light, I can be emailing on the iPad and texting on the iPhone with the easy flick of a button , the keyboard makes texting on the iPhone really easy and faster than using one finger.. would recommend this keyboard.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great to use

    • Written by from Canning Vale

    I was hesitant at first in buying a non apple keyboard. I read a number of reviews and really found this keyboard very useful. I like the fast switch feature which allows me to type between my MBP, ipad mini and iphone. I also like the feel and response of the keys to typing. Finally, the keys the lights up when it senses my hands over the keyboard is nice touch.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    A great keyboard

    • Written by from Columbus

    This is a great keyboard. High quality materials, good battery life, great typing experience. Once you have them set up it's a breeze to swap between bluetooth hosts. iOS devices switch almost instantaneously, OSX is a bit slower but it's not painful.

    8 of 9 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost works perfect

    • Written by from Aiken

    It is a great keyboard to type on, does easily switch between my iMac, iPhone, and iPad. I like the lighted keys and the battery, which charges from USB, lasts a LONG time.

    The downside is that Logitech software, the preference manager is useless and adds little value. My biggest issue with this keyboard is that it will NOT invoke Target Display Mode for my iMac, which means I have to keep my other Apple keyboard around for when I need that. Logitech does not seem to be able to fix the problem. So, there may be other compatibility issues that I have not encountered yet.

    As I said though, it is much smoother to type on then Apples keyboard, which I could never warm up to.

    8 of 10 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Very over-priced

    • Written by from Taringa

    This may be a good product but i wonder why it is, even with the currently slightly lower australian dollar, more that 50% more expensive than on amazon.

    Australian consumers are getting a little tired of being exploited in pricing.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use keyboard, fast switching

    • Written by from Hoorn

    The Logitech K811 really does switch easily. Size wise, the keyboard is roughly the same as any Apple Keyboard, getting used to it was a matter of minutes, not days. The keys give a nice, solid feedback, quite similar to the keyboards from Apple. Quick controls on the top for volume, play/pause and backlight settings make this keyboard easy to use. An added 'home button' key on the 5th function key also makes this easy to use on iDevices.

    Switching from a MacBook Pro to iPhone 5, as I do daily, usually takes no more then a second and a half. A simple tap on the top left keys instantly switches the source. Switching often doesn't really seem to affect battery usage all that much. Using this keyboard for 8 hours at work and a couple of hours at home every day, alternating between MacBook and iPhone, I can go several days without charging.

    Another feature of this keyboard is the backlight. It's somewhat similar to the MacBook Pro keyboard backlight. A sensor in the top near the Logitech logo senses light and when it gets dark, the backlight turns on. (unless you turn it off manually) During the day, you don't need backlight and during the evening, I usually turn it off, to save some power, but it's there when you need it, just like the MacBook Pro/Air keyboards. It's a nice bonus.

    Combined with a Apple Magic Trackpad/Mouse, this is a great keyboard for Macs. By itself, this Logitech K811 will definitely speed up replying to those emails on your iDevice in the train or in a traffic jam. (The CMD + Shift + D shortcut works great on your iPhone for sending an email, just like it does on your Mac!)

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Loved it til it stopped working after a month

    • Written by from Kansas City

    I loved this keyboard, then it just quit working. I only had it a month. What a waste of $100.

    14 of 37 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent versatile keyboard!

    • Written by from Calgary

    I received a Logitech K750 solar keyboard for my MacBook in 2012 for Xmas. It was a sturdy well made keyboard though rather wide. I have replaced that keyboard with this Logitech K811. The footprint is very small, taking up little desk space. The bonus is that is connects to my iPhone, iPad and my Macbook with the touch of a button. I can be typing a letter on my Macbook and receive a text message on my phone (in the 12south iPhone5 stand) and simply touch a key, respond to the text, touch another key and go right back to my letter.

    It might look light and plastic in the photos but I assure you, it is not. The body is plastic but the keyboard template (surrounding the keys) is solid aluminium. It is also backlit which is a marvellous addition.

    17 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from toronto

    I really don't get it from this negative reviews about this Beauty Keyboard.
    Excellent Material Quality.
    Excellent to work with Apple Tv to search and in taping faster.
    Excellent operational Function and super fast easy Connection,
    I feel like a King in Control in every single device I have to type ,in special my iPhone .and not more finger print over my iPad screen. WOW.
    $99.99 Dollars for such a great tool is nothing compare to all the headache and frustration small devices with small keyboards give Us .
    Buying from Apple always money back guarantee in 14 days is you are not happy with product ( not Hassle) and whole full year manufactured protection , I think all this negatives reviews in here have been paid to be write them .
    I Highly like walking on the Clouds recommend this keyboard for multifuncional devices with Bluetooth Connectivity.
    Best KeyBoard ever .
    Oh I forget to mention I got my 5 minutes ago and Im writing my review with this KeyBoard . Im so happy with my Purchased
    Merry Christmas People.

    9 of 10 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Keyboard Available For Mac!

    • Written by from Deltona

    This keyboard has done the unthinkable, it has replaced the official Apple Wireless Keyboard I have used ever since I got my iMac in 2009. Logitech has made a keyboard that has the build quality of an official Apple product. The keys have an amazing soft touch to them, and the back lighting is perfect. It looks like someone took the keyboard right off of a MacBook Pro and put it on your desk. This is the best keyboard available to use with a desktop, hands down.

    23 of 24 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Overpriced garbage

    • Written by from Port Melbourne

    I thought that by purchasing the most expensive keyboard at the apple online store would mean that the workmanship was also the greatest..... It isn't, it's plastic, cheaply made, no proper key pressure, feels like plastic on plastic coated in a cheap metal, I am very disappointed and wish I could go back and buy original apple accessories, the Logitech does offer other features...none of these you will ever use though...... Why is it so hard to make a keyboard functional, feel good to use and look good as well

    24 of 64 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best Keyboard Ever.

    • Written by from Singapore

    Been using this since mid-Sep, and i think it's an almost perfect keyboard.

    Keys feel almost like the ones on Macbook Pros, so i adjusted to it almost immediately. Great tactile clicky feel, yet pretty quiet. Pairing and toggling of Bluetooth devices are very fast. But the absolutely best part? Battery life. So far, i've only charged it 1.5 times in the almost 2 months that i've owned it. I keep the backlight off, so it should last about a month on a charge. Switching it on will lessen it. There's also a pretty smart auto-backlighting that dims it when no typing is done, and magically lights up when your fingers near it. Probably accomplished via some proximity sensor.

    Only 1 - There is no Forward >> / Previous << buttons for iTunes playback. It's not a big deal, but it can be a small inconvenience when you're trying to change track.

    Best keyboard ever. And i got mine $40 cheaper from Challenger. (Apple Store was kind enough to allow me to cancel my order when i realized the price difference). Really really worth the $125 i paid.

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Omaha

    The keypad lacks solidity & doesn't feel of quality, but does have nice illumination & spacing

    What I want to know is, when did it become a crime to include number pad on a keyboard?

    People still use their desktops to check & manager their finances...don't they?

    Why can't Logitech make two versions of the keypad, for those who still use it.

    10 yrs has passed since Apple made a wireless keyboard with an attached number pad.

    There is still a consumer market out there for people who still want a numeric keyboard!

    37 of 83 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Keys feel great. USB-powered option was key. No access to battery?!

    • Written by from Toronto

    Typing on this keyboard is every bit as nice as Apple's own. I also like that the pips on the F and J keys (for locating the home row) are a little bit more pronounced.

    Being able to switch device-control from the keyboard is a really nice option (as anyone who has tried to manually switch devices can attest) but not critical for me.

    The backlight option is pretty and, again, a nice option to have, but isn't something I would typically use. (Battery life is more important to me.)

    The most significant reason I had for choosing this keyboard over Apple's was simply the USB-powered option. I hate having to juggle batteries and remembering to keep a charged set around so just having to plug in when needed is great. (I use my iPod charger to do this so as not to use up a USB data port on my computer.)

    I'm a little dismayed that I can't replace its internal rechargeable battery when it wears out but hopefully it won't prove too difficult when the time arrives.

    28 of 30 people found this useful