expired Logitech K375s Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard $22 (Was $47) C&C (Or + Delivery) @ Harvey Norman ($20.90 w/ OW Price Match)

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Greetings everyone, HN have just beat JB Hi-Fi's price for this keyboard combo by $2.50, an excellent price for this keyboard. I believe this is the cheapest so far.

Price Match @ Officeworks before they update their pricing, or at JB Hi-Fi if you want to avoid Gerry.

The same price also applies at their sister stores: Domayne and Joyce Mayne.


Description:

Complete your office desktop and have the flexibility to type on various devices with the Logitech K375S Multi Device Wireless Keyboard. Durable and spill-resistant, this keyboard is especially designed to meet the demands of everyday typing.

Key Features:

  • Featuring an innovative Easy-Switch button, the Logitech K375S Multi Device Wireless Keyboard lets you seamlessly switch from typing on the computer to typing on your smartphone or tablet.

  • Engineered for your comfort, the K375S Multi Device Wireless Keyboard’s full size, concave keys, and tilt-legs for 2 typing angles make it comfortable to use for hours.

  • Thanks to the Logitech K375S Multi Device Keyboard’s included smartphone/tablet stand, your device is securely held in place at an optimal reading angle.

  • Get convenient wireless connection with the Logitech K375S’s small Logitech Unifying receiver. Pair your smartphone or tablet to this keyboard via Bluetooth Smart technology.

  • Operating on 2 AAA batteries, the Logitech K375S Keyboard can have up to 24 months of battery life.*


Connection Type:

  • Logitech Unifying protocol (2.4GHz)
  • Bluetooth Smart technology

Computers, Phones, And Tablets That Support External Keyboards (HID Profile):

  • Windows® 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later
  • Android 5.0
  • Mac OS X 10.10 or later
  • iOS 5 or later
  • Chrome OS™

Big thank you to Price Hipster for picking up the price change.

As always, enjoy!

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    Thanks OP, was just about to post this after I got mine at OW price matching HN

  • -3 votes

    What is with the sudden influx of full size Bluetooth peripherals all of a sudden?
    Have people FINALLY worked out that dongles suck?

    • +8 votes

      what do u mean? there's still a dongle that comes with this keyboard

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        I think he means that doesn't like using any dongles, ever.

        Wireless dongles are not ideal but there's no other choice when it comes to 0 delay wireless audio or 360 controllers. I have about 5 wireless ones on my pc currently.
        1)Bluetooth
        2)Logitech unifying for MX Master (bluetooth adds mouse judder)
        3)Wireless receiver for xbox 360 controller.
        4)Logitech H800 wireless headphone transceiver.
        5)Steam controller dongle(my BT dongle was $2, it cuts out with the steam controller but with my laptop the SC works fine, no dongle needed).

        It's a bit of clutter, but all hidden away anyway. Once Bluetooth gets good enough for 0 delay high quality audio, and 0 delay precise mouse movements I'll switch over to only BT. Until then, no other choice but to keep using dongles as the alternative sucks a lot more.

        • +2 votes

          Suspect your $2 Bluetooth Adapter might be causing the shudder.

          My old Microsoft mouse would take a fraction of a second to respond after sitting idle for a few minutes but otherwise no problems and my new Rapoo MT750 (MX Master Clone) shows no discernible delay for every day tasks (I don't play games) even after sitting idle.

        • +1 vote

          @scubacoles:

          Not for the mouse as it's like that with my laptop also (also a very common complaint with the MX master that bluetooth isn't as good as the dongle connection). With the mouse it's not a delay or power saving measure - it's a limitation in Bluetooth polling/second that makes it subpar for quick precise mouse movements (for gaming).

          Bluetooth isn't at the point where all dongles can be thrown away just yet.

        • +1 vote

          @c0balt:

          Agreed. My MX Master 2S is crap via BT vs the Logitech unifying receiver.

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          MX Master 2S is truly crap via Bluetooth :(

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          @anznow:
          any idea how the mx anywhere 2s is on BT?

    • +2 votes

      This is a multi protocol keyboard by the way — it supports Bluetooth + Logitech Nano Unifying receiver.

      There's also the multi protocol Logitech Anywhere 2s mouse and the M720 Triathlon.

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  • +1 vote

    Picked one up from ow on Saturday for $23.xx after price matching jb (nearest didn't have stock).
    Good little device. Paired with computer and phone just fine.
    Keys are a bit condensed together due to smaller form factor and lack of indicator light for caps/num lock are the only cons I could find.
    Good little device otherwise.
    Edit: And the feet (ones that flip out for angle) do not have rubber padding on them so the keyboard keeps sliding on the desk. It is quite lightweight so that might cause the sliding as well.

    • +1 vote

      Nothing a cheap rubber sticker from Bunnings won’t fix

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      @alterego13 Can you measure the horizontal key pitch for me, please? You can find this out by measuring from the left edge of the "Q" key to the left edge of the "[{" key, and divide by ten.

      I stood in JB the other day and came this close -> <- to buying one, but wasn't sure because it looked like it might be a compact-format keyboard, which usually means the keys are slightly narrower and/or closer together, and I find I can't type on such a keyboard. Full size or no deal! :-)

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        Sure can, but you'll have to wait till evening when I go home.
        However I can tell you without measuring that it is definitely compact and you do press two keys together sometimes.
        My wife hated it for the 5 mins I asked her to try while she was typing up an email.
        I don't mind it that much.

      • +1 vote

        Hi Msquared,
        So I measured the distance from left edge of "Q" Key to the left edge of the "[{" key, and it is 19.1mm
        Funny enough, that is the same distance on my K800 keyboard and Microsoft Desktop 600 keyboard…however this keyboard K375s is definitely compact compared to the other two.

        • +1 vote

          That measurement makes it the same as a full-size keyboard, but I think (from the product shots I've found) that the keytops on this keyboard are larger than a "real" full-size keyboard, so you don't have to drift as far before you start bumping into other keys. Still, it's at least an improvement over other layouts that are so much more cramped!

          It really p!sses me off that the one thing I think is important about a keyboard (the key pitch) is the one thing that 99% of keyboard specs do not include! If it's the wrong pitch, then I can't type at normal speed.

          Anyway, thanks for that! I'll have a think about it, then probably get one anyway. :-D If only I could also find a multi-device mouse like the Logitech M585 for such a good discount, then I'd be super happy!

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          @Msquared:

          Yes the measurement does make it same as full-size keyboard which is baffling.. as visually this is nowhere near a full size keyboard. And yes you WILL bump into other keys quite often. I am a touch typist so I adjust quite easily on any keyboard, but this one did take a bit of getting used to, still thinking if this will (can?) replace the MK345 keyboard I use as a daily driver at work.
          Regarding the multi device mouse - get the M720 marathan mouse, it really is a very good mouse currently $49 at jbhifi. I got it for $56 at OW after a price match couple of months ago, been using it everyday at work. Apart from some random ghost movements I have no complains about it.

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          @alterego13: Great, thanks for the tips!

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          @alterego13: Oh poop, looks like the M720 is back up to $79 at JB. Ah well, I'll keep an eye out for it going on sale.

          Never mind, looks like it's $49 at OW! Woot!

  • +10 votes

    Please support Office Works over Harvey Norman, cause (profanity) Gerry Harvey.

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      Indeed, and Officeworks will price match and offer a 5% discount, so it's a win-win-lose for you-officeworks-ol'Gerry situation.

  • +5 votes

    On a semi-related note, just picked up a K400 Plus from Target for $29:

    https://www.target.com.au/p/logitech-wireless-touch-keyboard...

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    I have one of these, and it is fantastic.

  • +2 votes

    bought mine from jb. now i m salty

  • +1 vote

    You still need mouse if you want to use for laptop. Is their any mouse which can connect similar to this?

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      yes a mouse that comes with the keyboard would be nice :)

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      The more expensive MK850 includes a mouse as well. It also addresses one of the issues I have with K375S: certain key combinations requires F-Lock mode on. In that mode, you cannot switch between devices (you need to stop F-Lock mode first). MK850 have 3 dedicated keys for device switching - thus doesn't have the same issue. Problem is, those 3 keys are where Print Screen, Scorll Lock, Pause key are - so you still need to use key combo to generate Print Screen equivalent.

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    Does this have LED indication for the CAPS button?

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    WA, O’Connor/Willage Harvey Norman had about 3-4 left.

    The guy at the counter was surprised at the price, since the stickers were still showing 79.95

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    I tried to order online from OW for click n collect, but they don't accept OW gift cards online. Is there a way I can use the gift cards? would calling them up make a difference?

  • +4 votes

    Ok, if you're hesitating over getting this keyboard, or feeling some Ozbargain FOMO, I'd say wait for a deal on the K780 or something else. This keyboard (the K375s) is, as you've heard from other reviews, fairly basic. I've got pretty low standards and even for me, I'm disappointed. It's just a poor typing experience, whether its clickiness, closeness of keys, or general feel and quality or whatever, it's bad.

    I grabbed one a lunchtime and have been typing/regretting it since.

    In perspective, other keyboards I use are: Microsoft bluetooth 6000 (at home paired to a Thinkpad), Logitech K480 (at work paired to phone - I was hoping the K375s would replace my K480 paring to my desktop as well), Surface Keyboard (Surface 3 that is), Apple keyboard (wired to work PC - inherited from departed apple person), Kogan Mechanical (not used due to noise complaints), HP slim business keyboard (OEM with my HP Elitedesk).

    So if you're upgrading from an OEM keyboard, and even then, an old one and don't have much in the way of expectations, and I mean really really low expectations, this is just ok. If you're coming from an Apple/Thinkpad keyboard, then you'll be disappointed. The phone holder/stand is pretty neat I guess.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, just ordered one by pricematch at OW for $20.90.

    My phone said that 1300 OFFICE (1300 633 423) is a premium number, not sure what I need to pay for that :-)

  • +1 vote

    I saw the last one on the shelf Officeworks Brookvale. Priced matched the HN price & got it for $21.90 :-)

  • +1 vote

    Great deal!

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    One left @ West Ryde.

    One on hold.

    Bought one

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    If a keyboard is something which you use day in/day out, its worth investing few dollars on it. I have been using K380 at work for almost a year now, and just picked up another one for home when it was $39.20 at OfficeWorks and JB HiFi. When I picked K380, K375S was the same price. A guy at OfficeWorks allowed me to open and try K375S, before I buy it. Very glad I did cos it doesn't come any close typing experience of K380. It feels like a budget product.

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    Thanks OP. Got one from OW for $20.90

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    So how's this cheap when its 24.50 at Officeworks?

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      Officeworks only adjusted their pricing on the weekend to match JB Hi-Fi, before that it was >$35 everywhere.

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    Thanks for this, picked one up as a temporary replacement for my Corsair K70 that has seemingly crapped itself. Just out of curiousity for those that have also bought one, does it have a slight wobble when you tap on the top right corner?

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      Mine doesn't

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      Definitely feels much lighter on that side when you press down on the top right corner, but no obvious wobble compared to the left. Keys feel a bit mushy compared to my MS keyboard, but it does the job and is a bargain for $22.

      Will test it out with the phone and tablet later.

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    Does anyone else have as many k400s as me, at least half of them Missing the usb dongles? XD

  • +3 votes

    Just received the keyboards this morning and found the issue of missing the first letter when typing after the keybord went to sleep. Checked around but no useful suggestion.

    Then I download the firmware and updated and now the keyboard runs smoothly!. Suggest you to update the firmware once you received it.
    http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/k375s-multidevice-...

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      Brilliant! Thanks for that, as I was about to start delving into Windows wireless hibernation settings, to try and find a way to stop it doing that. Thanks again. :)

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    Multi device ability seems pretty useful and I might actually use it.

    Are there any other keyboards mechanical or otherwise that have this functionality that are maybe more sturdy, larger and maybe even more gaming oriented (read programmable macros and rgb).

    Wired would also be a benefit in my use case scenario but wireless options are not discouraged.

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    Couldn’t find any stock at HN (Sydney) stores.

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