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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
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- Solar-powered keyboard: No battery hassles - any light source keeps your keyboard charged for at least three months in total darkness
- Only 1/3-inch thick: Ultra-thin design adds sleek style to your workspace
- Feel-good typing: Logitech-only concave key cap design for faster, quieter, more comfortable typing
- Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless: Enjoy a reliable connection using a tiny Logitech Unifying receiver that stays in your computer
- Works with Windows-based laptop and desktop PCs
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From the Manufacturer
|Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 |
|•||Powered by indoor lighting or sunlight|
|•||Sleek ultra-thin design|
|•||Concave key caps for more comfortable typing|
|•||Reliably strong 2.4 GHz wireless connection|
|•||Tiny Logitech Unifying receiver stays in your laptop|
|Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 |
If you've got light, you've got power
Awards and Accolades
|CES 2011 Innovations Award |
Honoree in Computer Peripherals
|What's in the box? ||Works with: |
Which Logitech Keyboard Is Right For You?
|Keyboard K120||Media Keyboard K200||Illuminated Keyboard||Wireless Keyboard K270||Wireless Keyboard K350||Wireless Solar Keyboard K750||Wireless Illuminated Keyboard K800|
|What Do You Get?||Quiet and comfortable typing||One-touch media and Internet controls||Ultra-thin with bright, backlit keys||Reliable wireless wherever you use your keyboard||Enhanced comfort and customizable control||A light-powered keyboard that charges itself whenever thereÕs light||Brilliant lighting, comfort and stylel|
|Advanced Wireless: Fast, powerful 2.4 GHz connection|
|Unifying Receiver: Tiny wireless receiver stays in your notebook|
|Keyboard Layout||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size||Full Size|
|Typing Experience||Low-profile keys shift your wrists toward a more neutral position for comfortable, quiet typing.||Low-profile keys shift your wrists toward a more neutral position for comfortable, quiet typing.||PerfectStroke key system distributes typing force evenly across key surfaces, making every keystroke comfortable, fluid, and whisper-quiet.||Full-size keys and wide, curved space bar.||Comfort Wave design cradles your hands instead of forcing your wrists to bend as you type.||PerfectStroke key system distributes typing force evenly across key surfaces, making every stroke comfortable, fluid, and whisper-quiet. Incurve keys position your fingers properly and invite your fingertips to glide from key to key.||PerfectStroke key system distributes typing force evenly across key surfaces, making every stroke comfortable, fluid, and whisper-quiet. Incurve keys position your fingers properly and invite your fingertips to glide from key to key.|
|Integrated Number Pad|
|Integrated Palm Rest||Cushioned|
|Keyboard battery life (months)||24 months||36 months||Infinity||36 months (rechargeable)|
|Keyboard on/off switch|
|Programmable F-Keys: Download additional software to change or define functions|
|Enhanced F-Keys: Give you additional functions on top of your F-keys|
|Launch Calculator Key|
|Launch Web Browser|
|Launch IM / VOIP|
|Windows XP, Vista, or 7|
Top Customer Reviews
Next, the "PerfectStroke key system" and "Incurve Keys" really are comfortable and make typing easier. I particularly like the way the key feels when you press down. You get a very small amount of feedback almost resembling the old IBM keyboards, but without the loud clicking. I agree that it is a bit like tapping on a laptop. The big difference, however, is that the keys on the k750 are much sturdier than those on your usual notebook PC.
As for the connection, I was a bit worried that the new super-small "unifying receiver" would not provide adequate signal. This is incorrect. In fact, this small transponder works much better than Logitech's older stick version. It is on the back of my pc and so has to see through an aluminum computer chassis as well as a wooden desk, about 4 feet total distance. I've never had a problem with the signal on either my mouse or this keyboard.
Finally, the software for the keyboard is pretty much what you'd expect. You press the sunlight button and a dialog pops up on your computer telling you the "LUX" (amount of light) your keyboard is getting and how much battery power is remaining.Read more ›
This particular product of Logitech, however, has made an impression that will last for months to come.
The first thing you notice when you receive the item is, well, nothing. The packaging on the outside of the product is exactly what one would expect from Logitech, nicely printed in both color and quality. The genius of the packaging design, however, lies within the box. Logitech has revolutionized how a technological "green" product should be packaged. Where in this case the keyboard is packaged using nearly 100% of cardboard materials. Furthermore, there is not a single piece of paper within the box, as both instructions and manuals are cleverly integrated onto the reverse side of the outer box and the inner carton. This clever method by Logitech has not only reduced the amount of environmental impact through unwanted materials, it has also made me feel less guilty from having the ability to throw the entire packaging into the recycle bin.
The second thing you notice after taking out the keyboard is how incredibly light and thin it is. There are several introductory tags on the keyboard itself that shows its features and one of them kept the battery separate from the circuit. There is also a protective layer on the front side of the keyboard covering the surface, of which I have not yet removed since it does not interrupt the usage of the keyboard itself.
After a simple process of pairing it with my Performance MX's unifying receiver, the driver was installed within seconds and the K750 was ready to go.Read more ›
I was looking for something wireless that would work with my KVM switch (IOGear) and be compatible with Windows AND Mac OS X. This works great out of the box with both. The size is great and it has a very low profile. Two fold out legs provide two fixed angle options. The solar aspect of this is an "it's about time!" feature and seems to work marvelously well -- even in constant low lighting.
The description "Solar-powered keyboard: No battery hassles ..." is a bit deceiving though. The keyboard IS in fact battery powered and the solar panels charge the battery. The single coin-cell battery is user-replaceable, although it is really difficult to get out without marring the keyboard and there is a big sticker on the battery that says not to replace it. A button on the keyboard shows a happy or sad indicator regarding the amount of light being received. Mine is always a "sad face" due to low lighting, but the battery has remained charged at 100%. There is an easy-to-access on/off switch right on the keyboard if you need to conserve more.
The keyboard keys are similar to most laptop style keyboards (square/flat), which I personally prefer. The Windows and ALT keys are a bit on the small side (they're the same size as regular letter keys) and there aren't any caps/number/scroll lock indicator lights. Windows software is available for on-screen display though.
The only thing I'm not crazy about is the white border and underside of the keyboard. It looks okay, but I imagine it won't age well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoy my wireless solar keyboard, after being charged even without sunlight it will still last for days, I use it for gaming and haven't had any issues with it so far.Published 1 day ago by enola
Have ,many of these around the office. If you remember to turn off the keyboard at night it save the battery and will last a long time.Published 1 day ago by Stephanie T
No problem using on Windows7.
Due to solar cell, I don't have to concern about battery. LED light can charge it!!!
We have Two of these Keyboards and love them. Easy to push keys and with the wifes arthritis that is important to her. Just plug and play for us.Published 10 days ago by Kelly V
I purchased this as a replacement for my HP wireless keyboard that didn't even last me 6 months. My accounting department and the President of our company all have this keyboard... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kelly Moore
Sleek keyboard. Great feel and quick response time. I like it.Published 13 days ago by Kevin L. Carse
Been using this keyboard a few months now and I love it! Quite and comfortable! Easier to type than on a traditional keyboard! Sometimes I just sit back and type with it in my lap. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rebecca Deal