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Dial it in

The Craft keyboard incorporates a dial that can be used for context-sensitive operations, such as increasing brush size in Photoshop, cycling through styles in Word and controlling audio volume for your system.

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Coordinated design

The Craft is part of Logitech's MX series of accessories, which are designed to coordinate with each other.

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Touch typing

While it doesn't have a terrific amount of travel, the Craft is comfortable for long typing sessions.

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Backlight

Among other things, the keyboard has a proximity sensor which turns the backlight on when your hand comes within a few inches, and adjusts the intensity based on the ambient light.

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Shallow

The keys have about as much travel as a decent laptop keyboard.

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Power

There's a switch to turn the keyboard on and initiate pairing, and a USB-C port for charging the built-in battery.

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Make a dent

As on many of Logitech's other keyboards, the keycaps have indentations to help you hit them in the correct spot and prevent you from hitting their neighbors.

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Multidevice

Like Logitech's other multidevice keyboards, the Craft has labels for both Windows and Mac on the relevant keys.

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Profile

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Bottom

Rubber feet keep it from sliding. You can't adjust the tilt angle, though.

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For righties

Because of the placement of the Crown dial, you have to operate it with your left hand, so it assumes your dominant hand -- the one navigating -- is on the right.

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Profile redux

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Logitech Craft

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