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[LatitudePay] Logitech MX Keys Mini $119 (Was $169), MX Keys $148 (Was $198) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Harvey Norman

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$50 off the Logitech MX Keys Mini that was released yesterday.

Logitech MX Keys Mini uses bluetooth. If you prefer a wireless USB dongle you need to purchase a separate Logitech Bolt that is coming soon. Logitech MX Keys Mini is not compatible with the Logitech Unifying Receiver.

Logitech MX Keys Full Size

Update: W1 has beat HN on the full size MX Keys @ $125 Delivered.

To redeem $50 OFF, select LatitudePay at checkout and discount will be deducted at LatitudePay Payment schedule. Single use only. Offer available on LatitudePay smaller buys only. Available Online Only. Offer available to new and existing customers. Minimum spend $150. Offer ends 11:59pm AEST 16/10/2021

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Comments

  • +3

    Good price

  • Bugs me the MX Keys Mini came out when it did. I brought a new Apple Keyboard like 2 weeks earlier.

    • +38

      Where did you bring it to

    • +3

      Me too. I bought one for my wife but the touch ID is pretty nice though.

        • +11

          It's just a typo. Calm down.

            • +2

              @dji1111111: shut up

            • +3

              @dji1111111: How do you type AN extra letter R************

              Seems like people who lack basic language skills********************

          • +2

            @MisterTee: Ask any ESL teacher and they’ll tell you it’s definitely a case of confusing the two words, NOT a typo

          • @MisterTee: Thats what they all say.

        • +1

          More respect for the majority (non-native/multilingual) English speakers. Have you heard of muscle memory?
          After >30 years I still make more mistakes (inc typos) with English than just started Esperanto (much more precise, on top of 4+ other languages).
          Without logical resolution, English is very clumsy language.
          In Capitalism, everything brought to you has to be bought, so implicitly understandable :)

    • MX Keys Mini is OK to upgrade Apple keyboards, For full productivity, I need full size with Alt num-5 (select Word table), Page-Up/Down to save my eyes from scrolling & many other useful productivities. Having separate Numpad would be good to keep the mouse in more ergonomic location, but more expensive & never tested.

  • +3

    cheaper than my keycaps

    • What custom keys are you using?

      • +3

        gmk ashes

  • +8

    I have the MX large and I love it. Better than my Apple full size chiclet keyboard

  • +1

    Great keyboard

  • Does anyone know if this is the same 'size' as the full size MX keyboard?

    • +2

      They only differ in the X direction (295 vs 430 mm). Y and Z are both essentially the same (Y = 132 mm, Z = 20 mm)

      • Thanks.
        I meant more if the QWERTY keys were the same size/layout - ie, no difference except for the number pad?

        • +2

          Yeah I'd say the letters are the same size but one notable difference is the size and position of the arrow keys

        • +2

          The function keys (top row) are different. The full length Keys aligns with the default Mac ones.

  • Did not work for me - what am I doing wrong?

    • +1

      Have you purchased something else today from HN with LatPay?

  • +3

    Thanks, wife's Christmas gift sorted

    • +2

      Glad to hear there are still true romantics in the world .

  • Is the colour of the full size space grey to go with the space grey MX Master 3 for Mac? Or is it a darker black?

    • Not sure of the colour of the Mac version but it matches my regular MX Master 3 exactly

    • +1

      The colour is graphite (space grey). Here are better pictures

    • Colour of Keys is the same as the MX3. Side by side compared to my M1 MBP, there's like half a shade of difference. Not really noticeable unless you hold the products next to each other

  • +2

    i still don't get why people are so into mech keyboards, this the mx key is great and quite

    • Some prefer the mech keyboards feel, customization and it can be a hobby.

      • +2

        I got a mech keypad for gaming, it's loud AF, it generates so much wife rage. I much prefer my quite mx keyboard for work and podcasting.

        • +1

          If you dont get double clicking keys, are you even working?

        • You can get a quieter mechanical keyboard. though I think whether you'd like that over Logitech's MX Key depends on what you like.

          There is also Topre and Topre clones if you want something quiet that everyone seems to love (uses rubber dome and a spring which is just there for actuation). Whether that should be considered a mechanical keyboard or not depends on what people think of as a "mechanical keyboard".

  • +1

    What is its thocc rating?

  • +1

    Anyone else receiving the message 'Unfortunately we're unable to offer you LattitudePay at this time' at checkout?

      • What am I looking for?

        • Other users having similar problems signing up for Latitude Pay - the problem is not specific to this deal. You'll get better advice there (plenty of discussion on the issue in the comments, there)

    • Fixed the issue after calling the support team.

      When I initially signed up for an account there was an issue on their end and it skipped the verification stage.

      I recovered my account through the 'forgot password' option but the account still needed to be verified so they sent me a form to fill out.

  • +1

    I bought the MX Keys at full price a few months ago. This is absolutely a good price and will buy again if I needed one. The MX Keys is similar to the most recent Macbook in terms of touch. It is second to mechanical keyboards, but a close second and you wouldn't have people around you wanting to murder you!

  • Wow they finally released a k810/k811 replacement! 2nd hand prices for those were running around $80

  • +1

    Is this likely to get cheaper closer to Christmas?

    • Mini or the full size?

      • +1

        Sorry, full size

        • +1

          The full size has been $10 cheaper before. $148 is as good as it gets recently.

    • +1

      Take a look at the previous deals on this product
      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/product/logitech-mx-keys

      Could be. Other buy now take advantage of this one and worry about it later.

      • +2

        Thanks, looks like it very occasionally goes to ~$139, but otherwise ~$148 is about the best it's been.

        • +2

          yeah, being watching this for a while, finally pulled the trigger, saves me having 2 keyboards on my desk !!

          • @yannyrjl: Why does it save you having 2 keyboards?

            • +3

              @therog1: you can pair the keyboard with up to 3 devices

              • @Heybargain: Ah right, so using it for two different machines, rather than a separate KB for each machine

    • +3
      • +1

        MVP! I want to give you another +1!
        Good thing I hadn't got around to buying from HN

  • If only the mini worked with Unifying receiver

    • +3

      yea honestly don't get it why the mini is not compatible with unifying receiver, and if you get the Bolt receiver, bang! the old gear like Mx Master 3 is not compatible, only the "Mx Master 3 for business" will work on this Bolt receiver. What a shame!

  • Is there no white version for Windows?

  • Reckon the Satechi Slim x1 backlit usbc/bluetooth keyboard, which is the the same size as the Apple magic keyboard is a better option. It's available for around $100 at some local retailers.

    Review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGgruwkRrvA

    • +1

      I have Satechi Slim X1, Logitech K380 and Keychron K6. I think, I enjoy typing on Keychron K6 the most, followed by X1. However, I type fastest on X1. X1 typing experience almost resembles my 16" Macbook Keyboard. Can definitely recommend X1. Its a great little keyboard.

      Logitech K380 is the most cost effective keyboard.

  • How annoying. I was wondering how all of a sudden i have logitech bolt installed on my pc.

    I've already got like 6 unifying dongles. Such a waste to suddenly introduce 'bolt' which will pretty much do the same thing.

    Bluetooth is so laggy compared to wifi. I get where they're coming from in that most users won't notice and would prefer no dongle at all.

    • And the mini doesn't come with one lol, you have to pay to get the Bolt dongle

    • Yes Logitech Bolt suddenly appeared on my PC as well. Very annoying and also pointless as I don't have any Bolt-compatible devices. My mouse uses the Unifying Receiver which is different technology and they're not compatible with each other. I uninstalled it, but still found it annoying that it was installed without my permission or even telling me what it was.

  • You should* be able to pricematch for more $$ off. Digidirect have the fullsized MX for $169.15 delivered, taking the total down to the all time low of $119.15 for the full sized MX Keys with the latitude discount.

    https://www.digidirect.com.au/logitech-mx-keys-wireless-illu...

    *By should I nean might. HN price match states they match Australian physical and online retailers, but it took me a bit of haggling to get it matched (in a previous latitude deal unfortunately).
    https://www.harveynorman.com.au/customer-service/price-match...

    • Can it be done by live chat or you have to call every store to get price matched?

      • I just picked mine up, I called up earlier to confirm price matching. When I arrived they've already done the necessary price matching paper work already so was very easy.

        typing on the new keyboard now

  • -1

    There's some discussion on the rtings site about the backlight feature. Seems the backlighting doesn't come on until your hands are actually on the keyboard and there's a 2-3 second delay before it activates, which arguably makes it useless. Worth thinking about if you were specifically after this feature.

    • +4

      I've found the opposite, very sensitive and usually lights up before my fingers are even on the keys.

    • +1

      Yep there are proximity sensors that detects movement.

    • +2

      Haven't had this problem. Tbh I don't find I'm working in darkness to need the backlights anyways.

    • +3

      Those comments are a little bit anecdotal. I also have had no issues with backlighting delays.

      Also, one of the comments on that site was the following:

      Not being able to see the keys until my hands are already on the keyboard defeats the purpose of this feature.

      I'm sorry, but where TF is your keyboard if you need to see the keys before touching them and where is this person trying to do his/her work from? An underground cave?

      • Not an underground cave, just a darkened room. I can totally see why it would be useful to see the keys before touching them.

        • +1

          Even in a darkened room,you'd likely have your monitor on. If you walk into a pitch black room to do work though, putting your hands on a keyboard is the least of your worries lol

    • +2

      I found it works extremely well on the large size version.

  • Bought the MX Keys (full length) a few months ago. Ideally would have preferred it without the number pad as I barely use it.

    Although, looking at the key layout of the mini, not a fan of how the function keys at the top don't align with default Mac ones, unlike the full length Keys. But I guess they have to reposition/remove things to add the 3 logi device switching keys. Also I personally like having full sized arrow keys. If it was a similar format to the Keychron K2 I would have been in buyer's regret.

  • I want to get this keyboard at this price point, but also don't want to drop my credit score by signing up for LatitudePay. Think it's a 100 point drop on average.
    Tough choice!

    • My score stayed exactly the same after application late last year. FWIW, it is listed as a Credit Enquiry, not a Credit Account on my report.

      YMMV!

  • +1

    Not to be weird but is there another retailer selling this as I do not want to support HN.

  • Does MX Keys (Full keyboard) comes with unifying receiver?I would prefer to connect via USB dongle rather than Bluetooth to the work laptop.

    • +1

      Yes the Logitech MX Keys full size comes with the Logitech Unifying receiver USB.

  • Has anyone received this yet? I received a text about a delay when I made the order, but no estimate when it might be ready.