Logitech Craft Wireless Keyboard

The keyboard has been a part of computing since the beginning. The Logitech Craft Wireless Keyboard gives this essential input device a substantial upgrade with a single round nub. Called the Crown, it's a touch-sensitive control that lets you adjust specific attributes — such as the exposure in Photoshop, or the width of a column in Word — directly, without needing to visit a menu. It works in a variety of Adobe apps as well as with Office on the PC and is sure to gain more compatibility in the future. Additional features include a rechargeable battery, spherical key dishing that makes for comfortable typing and easier navigation, and backlighting so you can see what you're typing, even in the dark.

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