A statement from the company said the dial, located at the top left-hand-side of the device, could be used to make adjustments while using programs like Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office.
Called the Crown, the touch-sensitive aluminium dial recognises the application in use. A light touch is enough to access context-specific functions.
The Logitech Options software can be used to work with Photoshop CC, Abode Illustrator CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe InDesign CC and Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word (Microsoft functionalities work on PC only right now).
“Our new flagship Logitech CRAFT keyboard is for all of us who spend time creating using Photoshop or building PowerPoint slides and want to work with greater precision and feel connected to their work," said Art O’Gnimh, global head of keyboards at Logitech.
"The creative input dial gives you instant access to the functions you need, the moment you need them, allowing you to increase your productivity. CRAFT puts you in your creative element – every time you sit at the desk.”
The CRAFT is expected to be in stores by the end of this month and has a suggested retail price of $299.95.