The Logitech POP Keys will add some color and a fantastic keyboard to your desk for $66.50 this Cyber Monday — that's over 30% off!
Logitech makes awesome Mac accessories, and the Logitech POP Keys is a great option for anyone looking to purchase their first mechanical keyboard.
The Logitech POP is a Bluetooth keyboard with multi-device support so you can easily switch between your Mac and your iPad. You can also have some fun with swappable emoji keys that work with Windows and macOS.
The battery life is seriously impressive too, Logitech claims that the POP has a 3-year battery life on a single charge which will allow the keyboard to endure up to 50 million strokes.
30% off the Logitech POP Keys
There are so many mechanical keyboards to choose from nowadays, but those looking for an easy to setup peripheral that works with the Mac should look no further than the Logitech POP Keys with its punchy colors and small footprint.
Cyber Monday is ending in just a few hours, so make sure to check out our best Cyber Monday deals and pick up some new tech before it's too late.
Buy a Mac to go with your new keyboard
- MacBook Pro M3 Pro 14-inch
$2399$2199 at B&H Photo
- MacBook Pro M3 14-inch | Up to $825 off when you trade-in at Best Buy
- MacBook Pro M2 13-inch
$1499$1349 at Amazon
- MacBook Air M2 15.3 inch
$1299$1049 at Amazon
- MacBook Air M1
$999$749 at Amazon
- MacBook Pro M1 Pro 16-inch
$2699$1949 at B&H Photo
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