Logitech MX Keys on a desk

Logitech sells many keyboards, but the MX Keys series combines best-in-class wireless connectivity with a premium membrane build. Now you can get two models for 15% off their usual prices.

The Logitech MX Keys is on sale for $101.99 right now, a discount of $18 from the usual price. It’s a full-size wireless keyboard, complete with action buttons on the function row, a number pad. This is a membrane keyboard, not mechanical, but it still feels great to type on — especially if you’re used to laptop keyboards. The keys are square, but have a rounded indent for easier typing.

Logitech MX Keys

The Logitech MX Keys is a full-size wireless keyboard, with multi-pair support and backlit keys.

The keyboard works over Bluetooth, but if you want to reduce the latency (or use the keyboard before startup, like on a BIOS screen), there is an included USB wireless receiver. You can save up to three connections at once and switch between them with a key combination — for example, you can use the keyboard with a desktop PC, then press a button and switch to your laptop. There’s a USB Type-C port on the keyboard, but that’s only for recharging the battery — annoyingly, you can’t use the keyboard through wired USB.

Logitech has also discounted the MX Keys Mini, which is now $84.99 instead of $99.99. It’s almost identical to the MX Keys, except with a smaller layout that drops the number pad. The keyboard uses Logitech’s newer “Bolt” wireless adapter, which is not included in the box. If Bluetooth isn’t enough for you, the Bolt adapter is sold separately.

Logitech MX Keys Mini

The MX Keys Mini has a smaller design and uses a different USB receiver, but is otherwise identical to its larger sibling.

I’ve been using the MX Keys Mini as my main keyboard for a few months, and it works well — though I do wish the Bolt adapter was included in the box. The smaller layout gives me more desk space for a large mousepad, and I’m already used to the size from working on laptops. Our sister site ReviewGeek has a Logitech MX Keys review, which also talks about the MX Master 3.

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