The Logitech MX Mechanical had testers impressed with its battery life and multi-device connectivity. They liked how quickly they could switch between up to three connected devices. Product reviewers from Digital Trends were happy that it took less than a second to alternate between different connected devices.
They also liked that its white backlight was adaptive since, during their tests, the keyboard adjusted its lighting based on ambient conditions. This sets it apart from the Logitech K845 (find out more about it in our Logitech K845 review). Its tactile switches had a low typing noise, and its 15-day battery life was great after a four-hour charge.
In contrast, the Logitech Pop Keys last up to three years, and if this sounds exciting, make sure to go through our Logitech POP Keys review. However, testers from Rtings were not too excited about its latency. They felt that at 13.8ms, it was too high for competitive gaming. They also did not appreciate its lack of support for macro programming and its missing wrist rest.