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Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 with Touchpad now Available in Singapore

The Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 lets you control your laptop without getting up from the couch thanks to the 10-meter (33 feet) wireless range. The large 3.5-inch, built-in touchpad with multi-touch navigation makes vertical and horizontal scrolling intuitive. You just plug the tiny Logitech Unifying receiver into a USB port – no software needed. The sleek, low-profile keys feel good and barely make a sound.

  • 10-meter (33 feet) wireless range
  • Large 3.5-inch, built-in touchpad
  • Plug-and-play setup
  • Sleek, low-profile keys
  • 1-year battery life
The Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 is now available at all authorised Logitech resellers (including Challenger) for a suggested retail price of S$59.

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11 comments

  1. Any idea if this Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 works with a Mac.

    Wanted to get a Mac Mini and this seems an interesting pair.

  2. The device works great with my mac mini. even the sound buttons work. double finger scrolling etc. 

  3. The device works great with my mac mini. even the sound buttons work. double finger scrolling etc. 

  4. The device works great with my mac mini. even the sound buttons work. double finger scrolling etc. 

    • the CTRL and ALT keys don’t seem to work though; tried it on my MBP (Lion) and an older Mac Mini (10.5.8). Seems to be mapped to something else (e.g. Alt+F types italic f, while CTRL+F shifts the cursor right)

      did you remap anything? i went through the keyboard identification process, and selected standard ANSI keyboard…

  5. The device works great with my mac mini. even the sound buttons work. double finger scrolling etc. 

  6. Hi, I bought this keyboard for my Mac Mini home media system and it works fine out of the box. No settings required (or possible, since there are no Masc OS X drivers). The only thing I would like is to be able to change settings for the touch pad. This cant be done since Mac OS X thinks it is a normal ansi keyboard with a normal mouse. So if you accidentally touch the pad twice, it emulates a right button click and you start dragging things you dont want. Also the option and command keys are inversed, but that can be solved with some freeware solutions to re-assign keys.

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