Logitech MX Keys S: Design, pricing and release window for new wireless keyboard leak
Earlier this month, @_snoopytech_ shared details about the MX Anywhere 3S. In short, Logitech's next portable mouse appears to be a modest upgrade over the MX Anywhere 3, with a higher resolution sensor that may already be available in the MX Master 3S. According to Roland Quandt, Logitech also plans to apply an 'S' refresh to the MX Keys. Supposedly, the company will offer the MX Anywhere 3S and the MX Keys S in a bundle, although it will sell both separately.
Information about hardware changes is thin on the ground for the moment. Specifically, Quandt only notes that the MX Keys S will feature 15% recycled plastic as part of a carbon-neutral manufacturing process. Based on the images embedded below, the core functionality of the MX Keys returns, with USB Type-C charging, three pairing options and compatibility with the Logi Bolt USB receiver. Smart keyboard backlighting remains too, as do Logitech's spherically dished keycaps.
Moreover, the MX Keys S will deliver 10 days of battery life with its keyboard backlighting enabled or up to 5 months if you switch this feature off. Quandt adds that Logitech will launch the MX Keys S next month in black and grey colourways for US$119.99 in the US. While European pricing has not surfaced yet, the leaker claims that Logitech will launch the keyboard in Europe on June 10.