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Logitech has been offering practical accessories for the Apple Mac, Windows PCs, Linux machines and more for years. With the Logitech MX Keys Wireless keyboard and the MX Master 3 Wireless mouse you get two Bluetooth devices, each with the "Logitech Flow" feature. This enables copy-and-paste between different computers and operating systems. Due to the simultaneous coupling with up to three computers and the simple switching at the touch of a button, the input devices are also ideal for all those who sit at different computers (at the same time) apart from the special function.
The Logitech MX Keys is a keyboard equipped with its own battery, USB-C charging port and Bluetooth. The layout offers the right labels / symbols on the backlit keys for macOS as well as for Windows and Linux. End devices can be paired and switched between them using three of the buttons. In addition to computers, smartphones and tablets with iOS or Android can of course also be integrated so that you can write on them quickly. So you can theoretically switch between iPhone, iPad and Mac. If you don't have Bluetooth on your computer, you get a USB receiver with which the connection works. More information and pictures can be found on the Amazon product page.
The Logitech MX Master 3 is an ergonomic, battery-operated mouse that can also be charged via USB-C and connected to the end devices via Bluetooth. You can also use this input device to jump back and forth between operating systems and computers and exchange content via “Logitech Flow”. The scope of delivery also includes a receiver that can be used to compensate for a missing Bluetooth interface via USB. The layout of the mouse offers not only the regular buttons and a precise mouse wheel, but also a thumb wheel and additional buttons, some of which can be freely assigned. No matter if Linux, Windows or macOS - more information and pictures can be found on the Amazon site.
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