Logitech K600 Wireless Keyboard

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  1. schneid

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    Just got on of these to add keyboard support to my LG WebOS TV. Works great. It will connect to three devices of several platforms. It has three buttons to switch between devices. I have also connected it to my FireTV Cube. You can connect by the included Logitech USB Unifying Receiver (UR) or by Bluetooth (BT). I originally connected my AFTV Cube via BT but had a spare UR and switched to that.

    Easiest way to set up is with Logi's Win Unifying Software app. It comes with a link to an online setup applet that 404'ed for me in Firefox and Chrome. Worked okay in IE. Short version is plug in the USB UR, turn on the keyboard, press the button 1-3 that you want linked to the device, and then F 1-6 for the type of device you wish to control. For Fire TV, you pick F6 Android TV or device. With BT it is the same drill except you initiate pairing on the device and the device should return a pairing code to enter on the K600.

    I saw no difference in UR or BT or my FTV Cube.

    Supports Samsung Smart TV, LG Smart TV, Android TV/Android mobile devices (Fire TV), Windows, macOS, iOS, and Chrome OS

    Logitech K600 Smart TV Keyboard, TV, PC & HTPC Remote Keyboard

    Windows setup applet https://support.logitech.com/en_us/software/unifying
     
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    I had one similar to that. Does the K600 have backlit keys also?
     
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    No and that is a drawback. I'm interested in what you know that is similar that supports Samsung Smart TV, LG Smart TV, Android TV/Android mobile devices (Fire TV), Windows, macOS, iOS, and Chrome OS with a BACKLIGHT.
     
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    I had the K830. It may do what you are wanting, and the keys are backlit.
     
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    K830 Compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later Android 5.0 or later Chrome OS USB port or Bluetooth Smart enabled computer. K600 adds:
    • macOS® 10.12 and above
    • WebOS (LG) v3.5 or later
    • Tizen (Samsung) v2.4 or later
    • iOS 5 and later
    The K600 has four dedicated Smart TV keys and three Device selection buttons. The big player left out was Roku.
     

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