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[eBay Plus] Logitech MX Keys Backlit Wireless Keyboard $156.60 Shipped @ Wireless1 (Expired) or $157.50 @ LogitechShop eBay

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Great price on a productivity (office) keyboard.

  • Multiple Computers, One MX Keys
    MX Keys follows your MX Master 3 – or other Flow-enabled mouse – from one computer to another, meaning you can type on multiple devices in one fluid workflow.Transfer files, documents, and images across computers and Mac and Windows® operating systems.

  • Usb-C Rechargeable
    MX Keys stays powered up to 10 days on a full charge – or up to 5 months with backlighting turned off.

  • Multi OS
    MX Keys works with Windows, Mac, Linux® iOS and Android™ operating systems

  • Easy-Switch Enabled
    Pair your keyboard with up to three devices and switch between them with the press of an Easy-Switch™ button. Use one MX Keys for your laptop, desktop or tablet.

This is the Black Model 920-009418.

Original Coupon Deal

  • Update: Main URL updated to Wireless1 who is selling the keyboard for a dollar less. LogitechShop URL from previous revision.

  • 26-May-2021 Wireless1 deal expired, main URL switched back to LogitechShop

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  • damn, I paid $11.50 more just last week. : )

  • +4

    Is this the same LogitechShop related to Fluidtek (Eddie)? If so, surprised and glad to see he's still around.

    • +3

      Yes. my transaction shows the name fluidtek

      • Last time I was there was to buy a Zalman CNPS9700 cooler, in 2006.

        • +1

          I bought a GeForce 3 ti200 from his house in 2001. Before he owned any shops he used to run from his house

    • +6

      Oh Fluidtek….brings back memories of the crazy looking website

    • +1

      The computer nazi

    • +6

      I doubt Eddie is still in the IT retail business. According to some very old rumours floating around on the internet one of his family members supposedly holds a senior position at Logitech. Which explains how he was able to offer huge discounts on Logitech products so frequently. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/user/23688/nodes

      • He was a character. Certainly enjoyed his cigarettes by memory.

    • Yes he is still around with Logitech. ;)

    • i believe it is, yeah. he always distributes for seagate now, i think.

    • +1

      Eddie had a very “colourful” turn of phrase!

    • I think every time I went in there for parts he was arguing with people about returns or prices, just don't mention MSY.
      I miss hearing him say "I used to be a cop!" and pointing to the framed badge and gun above his counter…

  • Thanks OP! Bought 1

  • +1

    Paid $160.55 in 2019, not complaining. :D

    However, it is super annoying that the keyboard and mouse are not synced (in my case MX Master 3).

    • +1

      Á la Pauline Hanson, please explain!

      What do you mean by not synced?

      • +7

        To switch between devices, you have to press the easy switch button on the keyboard and mouse separately.

        It doesn't sound like much but it is super annoying if you need to regularly switch back and forth. The keyboard has dedicated buttons 1, 2, 3, which is handy. But the mouse only has a small round button underneath, it cycles through 1, 2, 3. So you need to lift the mouse and press twice to switch from 2 to 1.

        I understand the technical limitations, these devices are designed to broadcast radio signals: keystrokes, mouse movement/clicks, etc. But not to receive commands, so the keyboard can't tell the mouse to switch (either directly or through the computer) and vice versa.

        But being a higher end keyboard (MX Keys) and mouse (MX Master 3) in the Logitech line up, and the fact that keyboard and mouse work as a pair, it is totally reasonable to expect both devices can switch together, or selectable to switch together or separately.

        • +1

          To manually switch between computers, yes, you would need to press the button on both the keyboard and mouse. Unless you install Logitech Options and enable Flow on both (or three) devices. This lets you move the mouse to the edge of the screen and continue on the other computer screen, no button press needed. This will also automatically switch the keyboard as well. I personally make it so you move to the edge of the screen and need to press crtl in order to move to my other laptop, had too many accidental mouse moves across that made it a pain in the ass.

          • +1

            @drycleanonly: I'm aware of Flow, idea is not new, I have used Synergy (when it was free) 10+ years ago, and more recently Mouse without Borders (Windows only).

            It relies on both computers talking to each other, not as reliable as direct connections.

          • +1

            @drycleanonly: Thanks for bringing this up. I have just gave Flow a go. It works a bit differently than other virtual KVM software.

            With other software, keyboard and mouse are connected to only one of the devices, key strokes and mouse movements are carried over the local network.

            With Flow, keyboard and mouse are connected to both devices, moving the mouse across Windows border does change (switch) the linked Keyboard.

            This is more advanced and reliable, it uses the network to trigger, then direct input to each device.

            Which also means that they are capable of receiving a command to change channel, and can be implemented if they choose to.

  • -1

    can anyone confirm that this is the one with the funny enter key?

    • Strange. And a short left side shift key apparently

    • From the model number, I'd say so.

    • You mean the one in the photo?

    • +2

      It's a horizontal enter key, despite what the stock image shows

    • +2

      Ebay photo shows 920-009413 (UK layout), description states 920-009418 (US layout).

      Chances are it's the regular US layout (long/horizontal enter key).

    • That's the traditional enter key.

  • Only ever had rubbish MS keyboards, etc… before this. It is the best keyboard I have ever owned.

  • +6

    My personal experience buying from this eBay shop was that I didn't get any warranty when my expensive mouse from them died after a few months. They kept dodging and then stopped responding. Didn't even provide invoice even when asking for it multiple times. might be my luck but keep it in mind. YMMV.

    • +3

      Seems to be a dollar cheaper at the wireless 1 ebay shop. Maybe go with them instead?

    • Good to know.

      Logitech products come with a 3 year replacement warranty, it would be a shame to lose that.

      As pointed out above , Wireless1 have reduced their price, so it's actually $1 cheaper now. They email a tax invoice automatically.

      https://www.ebay.com.au/bin/purchaseHistory?item=26476657710...

    • I've experienced a similar situation with another store, and eBay support can't/won't do much about it either.

  • Great keyboard. Don't forget to tax deduct it if you're using it for work.

  • I love this keyboard, it's a premium price, but it is such a smooth comfortable typing experience that you'll forget the extra $$$ you spent
    soon after you get your new keyboard up and running. The MX Master 3 mouse makes a very compatible partner to this keyboard also.

  • Fantastic premium quality keyboard, absolutely love mine. Very happy to switch to this from a bulky RGB gaming Logitech I had before it

  • +1

    How does the typing feel compared to the Apple Magic keyboard that comes with an iMac? I already have an MX Master 3 for Mac and considering completing the set.

    Actually this is black isn’t it? Not the space grey version for Mac, right?

    • They have them setup in JB HiFi if you wanted to test them out. I have both - Magic for home and MX Keys for work. Both have their positives - magic keyboard is light, compact and the keystrokes are ‘crisp’ while the MX Keys has a longer stroke (a lot mushier, but still very satisfying).

      Very subjective as to which has the better feel but I can’t pick a clear favourite based on typing feel. The colour is quite close to a space grey.

    • I find it a lot easier to type. Your fingers basically sit inside of the buttons. I also have another comput0er I use on my desk. The keyboard makes it easier to switch to the other computer with a press of a button. There is a mac version. I have the space grey mac version.

  • +4

    Wireless1 have reduced their price to beat The Logitech shop by $1.

    As noted above, the Logitech Shop do not sent a tax invoice (important for your 3 year warranty). Wireless1 does.

    • +1

      Not sure if common but Logitechshop cancelled my order twice. It went through straight away with wireless1 though. Saved me a dollar, cheers. Off to woolies to buy a $1 paddle pop to celebrate

      • Not sure if common but Logitechshop cancelled my order twice.

        When attempting to buy this keyboard?

        Off to woolies to buy a $1 paddle pop to celebrate

        It's actually on 90 cents because of the 10% off. Spend wisely.

        • Yeah buying this keyboard. Not sure why.

          Oh only 90c?! I'll wait for a paddle pop sale

          • @headaze:

            Yeah buying this keyboard. Not sure why.

            Mmm….very odd, but serendipitous given your subsequent 90 cent windfall!

    • +1

      I received mine today from logitech shop and my tax invoice was included in the package.

      • Reassuring. They always used to, but the report by another user said their experience was different.

      • So they should if it's an eBay au site, new stock etc. Fair enough if it's a grey import and half the price.

  • I have both the mouse and keyboard. I love them both!

    • yeah, amazing working from home combo with dual or triple computers.

  • Why might someone choose this over the Logitech K800?

  • I use a MX vertical mouse which would pair up nicely with this, been interested in them for a while. Anyone know if motion flow works with the MX vertical as well? I've got a drop Ctrl alt keyboard that gets a bit loud/tiring for office work at home, although otherwise excellent. Still miss the number pad slightly for cad/engineering but not how the longer keyboard gets in the way of the mouse a bit. A calculator on the desk is handy, still takes a bit longer entering numbers in using the top row.

    Hmm tough decision, kind of a waste having one sitting around but wouldn't be too hard alternating and I'm sure id get some use out of it or take to an office to use in the future.