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Best price for Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard in Singapore is S$ 47.00

You can buy the Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard at the lowest price of S$ 47.00 from Shopee which is 32% cheaper than the Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard that is sold by Harvey Norman at the price of S$ 69.00, you can also buy it from Tech2cool and Qoo10. Alternatively, the Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard is also sold in Indonesia at Blibli with the price of S$ 76.00 and Malaysia at Youbeli with the price of S$ 50.00 and Philippines at Takatack with the price of S$ 48.00 and Thailand at invadeIT with the price of S$ 69.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 800.000 SGD 76.00
Malaysia MYR 148.00 SGD 50.00
Philippines PHP 1,880.00 SGD 48.00
Singapore SGD 47.00 SGD 47.00
Thailand THB 1,649 SGD 69.00

Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard Specs

Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelWireless Touch Keyboard K400, CZ
DateAug 2011
Device interfaceRF Wireless
Recommended usageOffice
Keyboard layoutQWERTZ
Keyboard languageCzech
Keyboard form factorStandard
Keyboard styleStraight
Pointing deviceTouchpad
Wrist rest
Frequency band2.4
Colour of productBlack
Mouse included

Logitech Keyboard K400 Wireless Touch Keyboard Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2014-10-23
Before we talk about this, firstly the K830 is designed for the living room environment and it has a standard low-profile Qwerty layout on top of a few additional keys, such as media playback controls and quick access to your browser and search functions ...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-27
Compact, lightweight, Built-in touch pad, Robust selection of function keys, Easy setupCheap plastic build, Mushy keys, No backlighting
& Design As iPads and Windows-based productivity tablets have muscled their way into the front row of today's computing world, their accompanying accessory keyboards have fragmented into silos, with their designs often conceived for the very specific ...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-23
We've reviewed quite a few keyboards here at TR, but nothing quite like this one. The Logitech K400 doesn't have mechanical key switches, glow-in-the-dark backlighting, wicked-fast USB 3.0 ports, or powerful macro functionality. It's a basic wireless keyb...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-27
The Logitech K400 is a minimalist Bluetooth keyboard that is built for Windows 7 and Windows 8, the keyboard features a full set of Windows 8 keys. The Windows 8 Start key provides an easy way to get back to your start screen. The App Switching FN key all...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-19
Stylish, compact, provides some Windows 8 touch functionality,Software support is lacking, keys are undersized, leading to difficult touchtyping
DescriptionThe Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 is an ultra-compact keyboard with integrated touchpad. It measures just 5.9" x 15.8" by 1.2". While it's not quite evident from the photos, the K400 really has an excellent industrial design, especially...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-23
Perfect size for couch use, Lightweight, InexpensiveCheap plastic construction, Touchpad feels small
Computers are starting to invade the living room, enabling cord-cutters and die-hard PC gamers to enjoy content on the big screen. Software support for couch computing has excelled, with many media services and games now offering control via a remote or g...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-10
We’ve all seen a bunch of wireless keyboards and mice, but if you’re someone who uses an HTPC in their living room, then you’ll know that you need a special kind of keyboard for it. HTPC owners need something to use with their HTPC, that’s kept sever...
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Reviewed on 2011-10-11
The Logitech K400 is a small, lightweight wireless keyboard with a mouse touchpad on its right-hand side, so the whole computer can be controlled wirelessly without an extensive knowledge of keyboard shortcuts. It's a lot like a laptop keyboard, really...
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