Logitech has launched the K380 a Bluetooth Keyboard and a Bluetooth Mouse M337. These devices will be available in India from October 2015. The Logitech K380 Bluetooth Keyboard is priced at ₹2,495 and the Logitech M337 Bluetooth Mouse at ₹2,295.

The Logitech K380 a Multi Device Bluetooth Keyboard can be easily paired with any Bluetooth enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets and desktop PCs. It makes use of Bluetooth 3.0 and comes with easy switch buttons that can be used to switch between devices – For example you can connect the keyboard to a tablet as well as a smartphone and use the switch key to switch between.

The K380 is compatible with Windows 7 and above, iOS 5 and above and Android platforms. It weighs about 420 grams and gets power from 2 x AAA batteries and will be available in Black and Blue colour options for ₹2,495.

Logitech K380 Bluetooth keyboard

Logitech M337 is a wireless Bluetooth mouse weighs just about 82 grams and compatible with Windows 7 and above, Mac and android devices running version 3.2 and above. The M337 gets power from a single AA battery and comes with LED indicator. Bluetooth range is 10 meters and battery backup is about 10 months.

Logitech M337 bluetooth mouse

Logitech M337 Bluetooth mouse is priced at ₹2,295.

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  1. I can’t understand why none of these Bluetooth keyboards come with a trackpad. With that, no mouse will be necessary for non-gamers. Gamers can get a separate gaming mouse if needed. Also, they should provide a ridge at one end of the keyboard to place the tablet. It should be possible to rotate the ridge slightly w.r.t. the keyboard so we can change the angle between the screen of the device and the keyboard for our convenience. You can also add the functionality of a battery-backed WiFi hotspot which directly accepts a Sim card so that we can access the internet from a WiFi only tablet