The Logitech K400 and the Microsoft All in One are both wireless keyboards designed to be used with a range of devices. Both models have similar features and come in at around the same price, so which one is better?
We have put together a list of the main features of both the Logitech K400 and the Microsoft All in One to see which keyboard we think is the best.
The Logitech K400 and the Microsoft All in One are designed to be used more for leisure use as opposed to business or professional use and so don’t have the same comfort features that many computer keyboards have. The Logitech K400 has comfortable, well positioned keys that operate quietly and easily.
Both models have touchpads that eliminate the need for a mouse, making it more convenient to operate. The two keyboards are lightweight, allowing you to move around the room or sit with it on your lap more comfortably.
Both the Logitech K400 and the Microsoft All in One have conveniently placed volume and playback controls, making it easy to navigate. The Microsoft All in One has a durable, family friendly design that can withstand accidental drops and has the benefit of being resistant to spills.
The Logitech K400 has a highlighted yellow on/off switch and an easy to use keyboard layout. Both keyboards have a range of up to 33 feet, meaning you can sit comfortably on your couch or wander around the room and still be in control of your media.
Both models are designed to be portable and convenient to use in your home. The two keyboards are similar in appearance and black in color, with the two models being a handy size for your living room.
The Logitech K400 measures 5.5 by 13.95 by 0.93 inches and the Microsoft All in One is a little larger, measuring 5.63 by 14.94 by 1.45 inches. Both keyboards would be equally suited to smaller home offices or areas with small desk spaces.
The Logitech K400 and the Microsoft All in One are designed to be used with a variety of devices and are aimed at being used with compatible TVs computers. Both models have a tiny USB receiver that gets plugged into your device without the need for any additional software and with the Logitech K400 you can connect up to six devices to the one receiver.
Both keyboards will work with Windows software in addition to iOS and Android and the Logitech K400 is also compatible with Chrome OS, giving you more flexibility.
We have looked in detail at the features of the Logitech K400 and the Microsoft All in One and we think the better keyboard is the Logitech K400. It has the benefit of being compatible with a larger range of devices.
The Logitech K400 also has a longer battery life, up to twice as long, saving you time and money. We think the Logitech K400 is an easier keyboard to use.
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