whether you are looking for a Logitech MX Keys Wireless Driver Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, macOS, or Mac OS X, logi101.com provides the software for you so that your keyboard works properly.
of course, if you need software or drivers such as Logitech Options, SetPoint, Logitech Firmware Update Tool, and the like.
Logitech MX Keys Wireless Illuminated Keyboard Software that you can use is Logitech Options
for those of you who use the latest keyboard suitable software is the Logitech Options and the Logitech Firmware Update tool because this software is the latest release from Logitech.
if your keyboard is still using the old keyboard the suitable driver or software is Setpoint, Logitech Connection Utility.
Logitech Keyboard, Presentation, and Mice Software – macOS 11 (Big Sur) Compatibility, suitable software are Logitech Control Center and Logitech Options.
Logitech MX Keys Wireless Specification
|Connection Type||Logitech Unifying USB receiver and Bluetooth® Low Energy|
|Keyboard Type||Scissor keys|
|Durability (keypresses)||Function keys: 5 million|
Standard keys: 10 million
|Actuation force (g / ounce)||60 g|
|Total Travel Distance (mm / inch)||1.8 mm|
|Battery Details||1500 mAh|
|Battery Life (rechargeable)||In a bright room between 100-200 lux, the backlight is set at Level 4:|
L10 → 146 hours = 6.1 days = 0.9 weeks (+ 364 hours = 15.2 days = 2.2 weeks on the remaining 10% of battery without backlight)When the room is a little darker and under 100 lux, the backlight will be at Level 2:
L8 → 242 hours = 10.1 days = 1.4 weeks (+ 364 hours = 15.2 days = 2.2 weeks on the remaining 10% of battery without backlight)When the backlight is OFF: battery life is five months
|Corded or Wireless||Wireless|
|Wireless range||10 m|
|Power Adapter Input||USB-A to USB-C|
|Power Adapter Notes||Detachable power cord|
Logitech MX Keys Wireless Driver Windows 10 and macOS
- Publisher: Logitech
- Update 2023
- Free and Secure
How to Connect your Logitech Bluetooth device for Windows and Mac
- On your PC/Laptop
- Select Start
- Bluetooth & other devices
- Add Bluetooth or other device
- Choose the device and follow additional instructions if they appear, then select Done.
- Open System Preferences and click Bluetooth.
- Select the Logitech device you want to connect to from the Devices list and click Pair.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to finish pairing.