The company said in a statement that fluid keystrokes and accurate responses resulted in a premium typing experience.
The keyboard automatically adjusts its lighting and switches off when not in use.
“Our newest flagship product is designed for advanced users, such as software developers, engineers or designers, who want to be more productive and need to interact with their digital content at the speed of thought,” said Delphine Donne-Crock, general manager of creativity and productivity at Logitech.
The MX Keys and the MX Master 3. Supplied
The company suggested that the new keyboard was best used along with its MX Master 3 mouse which was released last month, adding that it would work with Windows, macOS and popular Linux distributions.
"The mouse and keyboard are compatible with Logitech Flow technology, enabling you to easily and seamlessly switch and control up to three Windows or Mac computers simultaneously," Logitech said.
"This allows you to copy and paste content, images, and documents between your computers and between operating systems. Built to sustain hours of use, Logitech MX Master 3 and Logitech MX Keys each have USB-C quick-charging and premium design and finish to elevate the look of the modern desk."
Logitech MX Keys costs $199.95 and will be sold by the company and also select retail stores.