Conclusion: Nevertheless, this Logitech keyboard fills a much-needed niche: a very inexpensive wireless keyboard with a built-in touch pad for light use. If that sounds like what you’re looking for, the K400 will do the job, despite our reservations about the build quality.
Pros: Compact, lightweight, Built-in touch pad, Robust selection of function keys, Easy setup
Cons: Cheap plastic build, Mushy keys, No backlighting
Conclusion: From materials to build quality, the K400 will always remind you that it only cost $40 (or less, if you shop online). This is a tool, and not a particularly well-crafted one at that. We judge every tool by how well it performs its job, and, by that measure, we can find few complaints. We’d like backlighting and a larger touchpad, but at the same time appreciate the keyboard’s light weight.
Pros: Perfect size for couch use, Lightweight, Inexpensive
Cons: Cheap plastic construction, Touchpad feels small
Summary: Despite our complaints about the layout and the feel of the keyboard, priced at Rs.2,995 in India, the Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 is a good product. There’s no need to depend on a dedicated mouse or keep rotating a trackball. This is the case if you’re using it as an HTPC keyboard and not a keyboard for mainstream productivity applications.
Excerpt: Logitech are still keen to promote their wireless K830 and slightly older K400 wireless keyboards - which apart from the latter 2.4Ghz wireless technology offer another neat feature under the hood.
Conclusion: If you look closely, the product has been overpriced as per its mother material?s quality and its build quality. Both are not reaching to the par. Even while it performs, it leaves some disgraceful remarks. No backlight turns off and the mobility of the keyboard solely does not win over the heart. Light weight carcass is something that is totally appreciable, honestly. But as per the market?
Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 pictures and hands-on
28 November 2011
Excerpt: Logitech may have ballsed up its Google TV venture , but that doesn't mean that the Swiss company has given up completely when it comes to making a place for its peripherals in your living room. Its latest attempt, the Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400, was announced back in August and Pocket-lint has been given it the once over to check that it's up to scratch.