The Logitech MX Keys keyboard received our praise, and now the manufacturer is offering a version of the wireless keyboard without a numeric keypad: the MX Keys Mini. A compact format that is very successful.
Aside from its size, the MX Keys Mini is overall very similar to the MX Keys. It simply updates the formula with some handy shortcuts. Thus, this wireless model is still among the office keyboards and has a number of disadvantages. If you’re happy with its compact size and lack of a numeric keypad, the MX Keys Mini is a great office companion.
- Impeccable quality and finish.
- Pleasant and responsive typing experience.
- Very compact.
- Good battery life despite the backlight.
- It is possible to connect up to 3 devices.
- Screen printing on Mac and PC creates a mess.
- The keyboard tilt is not adjustable.
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This designer compact keyboard is practically flawless. It offers good print quality and exemplary compactness, ideal for saving desk space or taking it anywhere. We still regret using 4 button batteries when a rechargeable battery could have been more durable and perhaps provided backlit keys. The optional numeric keypad rounds out the package well for those who need to work with numbers regularly, even if it adds a significant amount of expense.