The Logitech K780 is a nice keyboard that can easily be paired to any platform, including your phone and tablet. Although it's designed to work with mobile devices, the keyboard is quite large and heavy, which makes it a less travel-friendly. It uses typical scissor switches that feel nice to type on and its battery life is rated for about 2 years.
The Logitech K780 is a decent mixed usage keyboard. Its main purpose is to be versatile and connect multiple devices to it, including a phone or tablet. It features scissor switches, which are fairly comfortable to type on. Although it can connect to mobile devices, it's not the most travel-friendly option due to its size and weight, but can be a great complement to a desktop setup.
The Logitech K780 isn't designed as a gaming keyboard. Although its pre-travel is short, the scissor switches aren't optimal for gamers. The keyboard also doesn't have backlighting and you can't program macros.See our Gaming recommendations
The Logitech K780 is a decent keyboard for mobile devices and tablets. It's a bit large and slightly heavy, but you should still be able to bring it around thanks to its straight design, but there are some smaller options for traveling. On the other hand, if you have a work station with a tablet to complete your desktop setup, this keyboard is great to use.
The Logitech K780 is a great office keyboard. Its low-profile design isn't the best for people looking for an ergonomic keyboard, as it doesn't have any wrist rest or incline setting. On the upside, it's very quiet and is great to use with a tablet, to complement a desktop office setup.See our Office recommendations
The Logitech K780 is an okay keyboard for programmers but isn't designed for this use. It can be useful to use on a tablet or phone to navigate a mobile version of your code, but we don't recommend it if you're programming on a desktop. It lacks backlighting, isn't the most comfortable to type on, and you can't set any macros.See our Programming recommendations
The Logitech K780 is a full-size keyboard with a NumPad and arrow keys, but it's still a bit smaller than most typical keyboards thanks to its layout. If you want a smaller keyboard that is easier to bring around, check out the Logitech K480.
The Logitech K780 is a very well-built keyboard. The frame is made from very solid plastic with very little flex. The tablet/phone stand feels durable and is covered by a grippy texture so your devices stay in place well. However, the keycaps do feel a bit light and cheap, but the overall build quality is great.
This straight keyboard doesn't have real ergonomic features like an incline setting or a wrist rest, but its flat design makes it comfortable to type on.
This keyboard doesn't have any backlighting, so it won't be the best option to use in dark environments.
This keyboard is wireless-only and doesn't have a charging cable.
The Logitech K780 can be used wirelessly with its receiver, or via Bluetooth. Although you can only use it with one device with its receiver, you can still connect two devices via Bluetooth and easily switch between them. You can also connect three devices via Bluetooth. The keyboard comes with 2x AAA batteries, and the manufacturer rates the battery life at 24 months.
This keyboard has a few hotkeys (F4-F6 and the search key) that you can select some commands from a list of presets, but you can't really program any yourself. It can also automatically detect which kind of device you're connected to and adjusts the keys accordingly. This keyboard's main feature is that it has a nice stand for your mobile devices like a phone or a tablet. Out-of-the-box, The F keys default to media keys, but you can switch this in the software. You can also disable the Windows key in the software.
This keyboard features typical tactile scissor switches. They have a very low pre-travel distance and require very little force to actuate. However, they do have a noticeable bump before the actuation point, which requires quite a bit of force.
Typing on the Logitech K780 might be weird at first for some due to the circular keys, but you get used to it quite quickly. The keys are very stable and their low profile is nice. The spacing of the keys is good and helps reduce typos. Since the bump of the keystroke needs quite a bit of force to get over, it's hard to accidentally press a key.
Typing on this keyboard is very quiet and you shouldn't bother any colleagues surrounding you. The spacebar is slightly louder than the other keys, but it's still very quiet overall.
The Logitech K780 is compatible with Logitech Options, although there aren't many customization options available. You can create a lot of different profiles, where you can remap some functions depending on the different applications you use, but that's about it.
The Logitech K780 has amazing compatibility thanks to its Bluetooth connection. You can use this on any platform, although the software isn't available on iOS, iPadOS, Linux, and Android.
The keyboard comes in a speckled and non-speckled design, but we expect our review to be valid for both as the differences only seem to be aesthetic. We reviewed the non-speckled model.
The Logitech K780 is a very versatile keyboard. It's a decent keyboard overall but shines when you pair it to a desktop setup by using a tablet. You can easily switch between three devices connected and the scissor switches offer a nice overall typing experience, but won't satisfy gamers.
The Logitech K480 Bluetooth Multidevice Keyboard and the Logitech K780 are both decent keyboards to use with mobile devices, but the K480 is easier to bring around. Its compact 65% design is easier to slip in a backpack than the full-sized K780. However, the K780 is better-built and features scissor switches that offer a much better overall typing quality than the K480's rubber dome switches.
The Logitech K780 is better than the Logitech K380. The K780 has a build quality that feels more durable, and it provides a better typing experience with its scissor switches. The K780 can pair to devices using Bluetooth or a unifying USB receiver, and it has a cradle for mobile devices. Also, the K780 has better compatibility with macOS, but the K380's smaller size makes it more portable.
The Logitech K780 is a better overall wireless keyboard than the Logitech K800. It's fully compatible with macOS and offers a better typing quality than the K800. Some people might not like the circular keys of the K780, though, and might prefer the more typical design of the K800's keys. The K780 is also Bluetooth-enabled and can connect to three devices simultaneously and features a small cradle for your mobile devices as well.
The Logitech K780 is a more versatile keyboard than the Apple Magic Keyboard. All of the K780's keys work on all platforms, while the Magic Keyboard is only partially compatible with Windows, and can't be used with Android devices. The K780 can also be connected to three devices simultaneously, while the Magic Keyboard can only be connected to one. On the other hand, the Magic Keyboard is lighter and has a 60% compact design.
The Logitech K780 is more versatile than the Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard. It can be used with its USB receiver and via Bluetooth and its design offers a little cradle for your mobile devices, which is very useful. However, if you don't like circular keys, you might want to go with the Microsoft keyboard with its more typical square chiclet keys.
The iClever Tri-Folding Keyboard BK08 and the Logitech K780 are very different keyboards for mobile use. The iClever is a better keyboard if you're on the move often while the Logitech is better if you want a separate work station at your desk with a mobile device or tablet. The iClever is more portable and practical if you move a lot and need to work in tight spaces like on the train, but the K780 is a more typical office keyboard with better build quality and an overall better typing experience.