ultra thin multi-device K780 keyboard by feiz design studio for logitech
ultra thin multi-device K780 keyboard by feiz design studio for logitech ultra thin multi-device K780 keyboard by feiz design studio for logitech
aug 03, 2016

ultra thin multi-device K780 keyboard by feiz design studio for logitech

a sleek black keyboard transitions seamlessly into a finely-speckled rubber ‘device cradle’ in ‘K780’ the latest keyboard collaboration between amsterdam-based feiz design studio and logitech. the multi-device allows device connection by pressing a single corresponding hotkey, and features ergonomic, silent keys, providing comfort alongside functionality.

full size keyboard with numerical pad




the ‘device-cradle’, is an integrated rubber support that can be used to hold a range of items — writing utensils, phones, tablets, etc. — without causing accidental scratches. its optimal proportion conceals bulky components like batteries and the control board, resulting in a slight back-to-front angle ideal for typing and an ultra thin board overall. ‘K780’ multi-device keyboard was designed by feiz design studio for logitech, with color and material execution by logitech design.

K780 keyboard feiz design studio logitech
the ‘device cradle’ supports items from smartphone to tablets to writing utensils

rubber cradle with fine speckled finish

K780 keyboard feiz design studio logitech
device hot keys



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edited by: nick brink | designboom

  • I have a similar, earlier version of this keyboard. Nothing but raves. I am a Mac person since the late 80’s and this is one outside supplier product I prefer over the house’s. Nice ‘cuppy’ keys so you don’t have to look so often and less likely to trip Caps Lock for some reason….


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