Take a trendy Logitech wireless keyboard, fuse it with an oversized touchpad, and you get the Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820. The fashionable computer peripheral will debut later this month in the U.S. and Europe for $100.
The TK820 is not Logitech's 1st keyboard/trackpad combo, however it should well be the company's most engaging one ever, with a striking blue steel look. The built-in trackpad appearance like in size to Logitech's standalone Touchpad T650. providing compatibility with 13 Windows 8 gestures, the TK820 would possibly make an honest addition to a Win 8 desktop that lacks a touch-screen.
Instead of Bluetooth, Logitech equipped the TK820 with its proprietary "Unifying" wireless technology (the small USB transceiver electronic device is included). The keyboard/trackpad combo is compatible with Windows seven and eight PCs; there is not any word on a mac version yet, however Logitech usually adapts their Windows keyboards for Apple fans.
If you wish the TK820's all-in-one design however you are put off by the value tag, look at the Logitech Wireless touch Keyboard K400. That model features the same design at a few third of the value, although the K400's trackpad is smaller, and it does not look or feel pretty much as good as the TK820.
We'll have a full review of the Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820 shortly.