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A very useful tool,
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This review is from: Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 for Mac/iPad/iPhone (Personal Computers)
I received this keyboard a couple of days ago, and I'm quite impressed. first of all it connected to my laptop (PC), iPad, and iPhone flawlessly. Second, the speed at which it is able to switch connection from one device to another is very impressive. At the risk of looking like an uber-geek, I now sit at my desk surrounded by screens of various sizes and with one keyboard in the middle. I surprised at how often I switch the keyboard from one device to the next now that I have the option to do so.
THe keyboard itself is quite attractive. At the risk of heresy, i think it's even more attractive than my Apple bluetooth keyboard. The keys are quite large and have great travel. I dont think they feel cheap at all- they just have a lot more travel and feedback than the Apple KB, whcih is more inline with my personal preference.
I also love that I wont have to worry about replacing the batteries every month. That gets really old after awhile- seems to always happen at the worst time. Now if i could only get a wireless solar powered mouse....
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Initial post: Jul 20, 2012 2:01:30 PM PDT
Do you use a bluetooth mouse? If so, which? They all seem to specify that they are for notebooks or tablets; I'm not sure why.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 12, 2012 2:31:53 AM PDT
Bill Cole says:
I just ordered the keyboard. I've been using Logitech Wireless Trackball mouse which uses the same "unifying receiver" as the keyboard.
The mouse requires 1 AA battery. The battery life is 1.5 years, if left on continuously. The software allows me to check the number of days life remaining in the 1 AA battery.....no need for a solar wireless mouse, in my opinion.
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 27, 2013 2:39:11 PM PST
I thought this K760 connects via bluetooth, not via USB 2.4GHZ unifying wireless receiver, like K750 does?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 28, 2013 5:38:57 PM PST
Bill Cole says:
My comment was confusing. You're RIGHT. The K760 connects via bluetooth.
My mouse connects via the unifying receiver
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