The Logitech Keys-To-Go is a very small keyboard that is great to bring around when traveling. It offers a more tactile feel than typing on a phone or tablet, but doesn't quite compare to a typical typing keyboard. The keys have a very small travel distance, meaning it's quite easy to make typos. On the upside, it feels rather well-built thanks to the nice rubber coating and it's one of the quietest options available.
the Logitech Keys-To-Go isn't a very versatile keyboard. It's mainly designed as a portable Bluetooth keyboard to use with a phone or tablet. Its rubber dome switches aren't great for gaming, but provide more feedback than typing on a screen.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go isn't designed to be a gaming keyboard.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go is a great mobile keyboard. It connects to your devices via Bluetooth and allows for a better tactile typing than on the touchscreen of your phone or tablet. It's very portable due to its small size and lightweight design. Unfortunately, you can't connect it to multiple devices. You also need to buy the right variant for your device, as there are variants for Apple devices, and another for Windows/Android.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go is a mediocre office keyboard. Its typing quality is quite sub-par due to the rubber dome switches and is quite typo-prone. On the upside, it's very quiet, but shouldn't really be used for typing during a full day at work.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go isn't designed to be a programming keyboard.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go, like its name suggests, is a very small and portable option that is easy to bring around. It's one of the smallest keyboards we've tested so far.
Although the Logitech Keys-To-Go is small and thin, it's fairly well-built. The keyboard is covered by a rubber coating and it feels very lightweight. While the coating feels durable enough, the edges might wear off prematurely.
This keyboard isn't made to have an ergonomic design. It lays completely flat and there's no incline setting or any wrist rest.
The keyboard doesn't have any backlighting options. It won't be ideal to type on in low-light situations. If you're looking for a mobile keyboard with backlighting, then check out the Brydge 10.2 Keyboard for Apple iPad.
The only cable the keyboard has is a short micro-USB charging cable.
This keyboard connects wirelessly to your source via Bluetooth. You can check your battery status with the battery button in the top right corner and recharge it with the included micro-USB cable. The manufacturer advertises a 3-month battery life if typing 2 hours on a daily basis. If you need a multi-device pairing feature, check out the Logitech K380.
This keyboard has very bad extra features. The Logitech Keys-To-Go has dedicated media keys on the top row of the keyboard right above the numbers row, but unfortunately, you can't program keys to what you want, which is very disappointing. On the upside, there are also home, screenshot, quick search, and app switch buttons on the left of the media keys.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go's rubber dome switches have very minimal travel. The keys have a small bump near the actuation point, but they feel a bit mushy, and doesn't give great feedback as to when a key is pressed. If you prefer more typical keycaps that don't require as much force, check out the Logitech K480.
The typing on the Logitech Keys-To-Go feels sub-par. Although the rubber finish feels nice, the keys are hard to press and don't offer any satisfactory feedback. Also, since the travel needed to register a key is rather low, this keyboard is prone to typos. On the upside, the keys feel stable but can be tiring during long periods of writing. If you want a Bluetooth keyboard that has a better overall typing experience, check out the AmazonBasics K4R or the Fintie Soft TPU Keyboard Case For iPad 7th Gen.
This keyboard is near silent when typing on it. It's one of the quietest keyboards we've reviewed so far.
There's no dedicated compatible software for customization options.
Overall, this keyboard has great compatibility. It connects to your source via Bluetooth and can be used on any platform. However, some macOS shortcuts can't be used on Windows, Linux, and Android. Note that there are Apple and Android/Windows model variants of this keyboard. You must choose your preferred variant depending on your own devices. Our unit was Apple-compatible.
Some Logitech Keys-To-Go are compatible with Android/Windows while others are fully compatible with Apple devices that run on iOS or iPadOS. We expect our review to be valid for both variants, but make sure to buy the right one for your devices.
The Logitech K380 is a much better keyboard than the Logitech Keys-To-Go. The K380 is much more comfortable to type on and its switches require a lot less force to actuate. Also, the K380 has multi-device pairing and it's compatible with Logitech's Options software for customization. On the other hand, the Keys-To-Go has a better build quality and it has a built-in rechargeable battery, whereas the K380 still uses disposable batteries.
The Logitech Keys-To-Go is a better option than the Logitech K480 Bluetooth Multidevice Keyboard if you're looking for a lightweight keyboard to bring around. It's noticeably smaller and lighter than the K480, but it can only be paired to one device at a time, while the K480 can be paired to three simultaneously. The Keys-To-Go is also rechargeable, while the K480 uses two AAA batteries. On the other hand, the Keys-To-Go has a very poor typing experience as the keys are mushy and require a lot of force to actuate.
The Apple Magic Keyboard is much better than the Logitech Keys-To-Go in mixed usage, though the Logitech is meant more as a portable keyboard to be used with mobile devices. It's not as well-built as the Magic Keyboard, but it has dedicated media keys and typing noise is also kept to a minimum. It also uses a micro-USB cable to charge rather than a proprietary connector.
The Brydge 10.2 Keyboard for Apple iPad is a much better keyboard than the Logitech Keys-To-Go. It has a much better typing experience, build quality, and ergonomics, and it has white backlighting for use in dark environments. The Logitech is lighter to carry around and it's nearly silent when you're typing on it, perfect for use in a cafe or a library.
The Logitech K840 is significantly better than the Logitech Keys-To-Go. Although the Keys-To-Go is a Bluetooth keyboard that can be used with any OS, it only has full compatibility with Apple devices. The rubber dome switches are very shallow but require more force to actuate. On the upside, they provide a completely silent typing experience. The keyboard is well-built and feels sturdy, but since it runs on batteries, it'll need to be charged from time to time.
The iClever Tri-Folding Keyboard BK08 is a better keyboard for mobile devices and tablets than the Logitech Keys-To-Go. Its unique folding design is more portable, although it doesn't feel as durable as the Logitech's design. On the other hand, the iClever has a trackpad and can be connected to three different Bluetooth devices. Its keys also offer a slightly better typing experience than the Logitech.
The Fintie Soft TPU Keyboard Case For iPad 7th Gen is a much better keyboard than the Logitech Keys-To-Go. The typing quality is much better and the ergonomics are significantly better. The Logitech has a much better build quality and it's fully compatible with macOS, while a few keys on the Fintie don't work on macOS.
The AmazonBasics K4R is a better office keyboard than Logitech Keys-To-Go, which is better suited for mobile devices thanks to its Bluetooth connection. The feedback of the K4R's switches is better and will be more similar to typical keyboards, while the rubberized keycaps of the Keys-To-Go are harder to press down.