Logitech is arguably the most aggressive peripheral maker when it comes to Windows 8 accessories, the newest of which is its Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820, a cordless plank with a built-in touchpad for swiping your way through Microsoft's touch-happy operating system. It supports over a dozen Windows 8 multi-touch gestures contingent on downloading Logitech's SetPoint software.
The pitch is that it's a space saving device that allows you to type, touch, and swipe from a single device. It also features an ultra-slim design measuring 16.1 inches (L) by 5.7 inches (W) by 0.8 inches (H), and of course it's wireless, keeping desktop clutter to an absolute minimum.
Logitech claims the keyboard is comfortable to type on, adding that its PerfectStroke key system distributes typing pressure evenly across the key surfaces so that every keystroke is quiet and feels smooth, even if you strike the edge of a key. As for the touchpad, it measures 4.17 inches by 4.17 inches, has a satin touch surface feeling, and an integrated mechanical click.