The Logitech MX Keys Mini likely won’t appeal to gamers or fixed office workers, but it’s a real gamechanger for anyone having to adapt to ‘the new normal’ of flexible working, packed full of features that help to make your things easier regardless of what device you’ve paired or where you’re setting yourself up for the day.
The Logitech MX Keys Mini is a compact, tenkeyless keyboard designed in answer to requests for a more compact version of another beloved product from Logitech, the MX Keys. Just like its larger cousin, the MX Keys Mini was designed with creatives and busy working professionals in mind which sets it apart from most of the existing market for compact keyboards as many are targeting gamers (such as the Corsair K65 Mini) or fans of customizable mechanical builds.
Losing the Numpad certainly makes it more bag friendly, but your wallet might need a little more convincing as at $99 / £99 / €109, it costs the same as the original MX Keys keyboard. Availability is a little uncertain in Australia right now, but we would assume that the pricing will follow this format, placing it at around AU$230. Otherwise, the MX Keys Mini is available now directly from the Logitech website.