Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 – Free yourself from the small screen

Logitech is releasing a new keyboard designed for people using their laptop or PC through their TV, without having a “Smart TV”. A Great Christmas idea!

Tired of watching ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ on your Laptop?

The rise of “TV on demand” has freed us all from having to watch the latest and greatest TV shows at a particular time, with services like PVR and “catch-up TV” enabling us to watch our favourite films and shows whenever we want.

But, without an expensive Smart TV, these handy online services are only available through our laptops, mobile phones and tablet devices, meaning we are restricted to watching the biggest shows on a smaller screen.

However, with the simple use of an HDMI or VGA cable there is another way! With one of these cables you can easily connect your laptop to the TV, making use of all “On Demand” services on your TV. What’s more, with the Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400, you can easily operate your laptop and TV all at once on the big screen. The built-in mouse pad lets you browse online services with ease while surfing the internet and using other functions on your laptop simultaneously.  So you can sit back and relax on your sofa.

Follow Logitech’s easy guide to connect your laptop to your TV with the Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard k400!

The following infographic has been developed by Logitech to provide a step-by-step guide of how to make the most of online services through your TV.


For more info on the product go to the official page

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