Very good key feel.
Mac-standard keys and layout, full numeric keypad.
Special-function F-keys match Apple's keyboards.
Low profile design with good ergonomics.
Light-powered battery with long life.
Powered by light, so no batteries required, Slim form factor, Wireless USB dongle is plug and play.
Solar App software is available in App store, Unifying receiver allows you to connect several other Logitech devices to one USB receiver.
Well adapted to the Mac, Comfortable, accurate, quiet typing, Potentially runs for many years; green, Fullsize keyboard layout, Solar App simple but works, Good-looking; small, 'universal' adapter.
Price is right.
Key spacing frustrating for touch-typists.
Less customization than prior Logitech keyboards, Price when rated: $60
Scissor-style chiclet keys and low-profile design aren't comfortable.
By Tech Digest on March 27, 2013
Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: If there's two things I hate in the world of tech, it's wires and batteries. The former seem to have a life of their own, tangling around each other in even the most organised of workstations or...100
By Macworld Australia on May 02, 2012
Available in smart and stylish black or white finish, the Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 from Logitech is one man-sized option that doesn’t forsake beauty for brawn. The comfortable and responsive keyboard also makes the K750 an excellent choice for...80
By Macworld UK on April 30, 2012
If you're a long time user of Apple's desktop computers you've hopefully noticed that as screen sizes have increased, keyboards have got smaller. Logitech offers an alternative to Apple's shrinking keyboards with the ample Wireless Solar...80
By Macworld on November 14, 2011
It’s been over three years since Logitech debuted its diNovo Edge Mac Edition (), and nearly as long since the release of the diNovo Keyboard Mac Edition ()—two keyboard that, thanks to superior key technology, a Mac-focused design and key...80
By Appletell on October 09, 2011
NowBack in July I reviewed the Wireless Solar Keyboard K750, a Windows PC keymapped 'board that works fine with the Mac, provided you can get along with the Windows keyboard layout and no support for the lux meter software that comes bundled with...80
By GadgetMac on September 25, 2011
Logitech's latest keyboard is wireless, slim and runs on free solar energy. Did we get your attention? The Wireless Solar Keyboard or K750 for short, it Logitech's first ever solar powered wireless keyboard and now it's available for Mac...80
By PC Mag on September 23, 2011
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac has that sleek aesthetic that will fit in seamlessly with your iMac or Mac Pro desktop. Its solar panels perpetually absorb light, so you won't have to worry about changing batteriesever....80
By Electronista on September 10, 2011
If it weren't for the significant challenge of getting a steady supply of light to the keyboard, it would be tempting to give the K750 for the Mac a near-perfect score. As it is, it's still a very good design; it respects what makes Apple's...80
By Macworld UK on April 25, 2011
Our first impression of Logitech’s solar keyboard was how sleek and slim it is – about 8mm. Large solar panels at the top mean the keyboard charges itself from both natural and artificial light. It ships with a tiny RF receiver (and wireless extender)...100
By Clubic on April 16, 2012
Alors qu'il nous avait déjà fait bonne impression sur PC, le Solar Keyboard K750 de Logitech est également disponible en version Mac OS X. On rappelle son originalité : il se recharge à l'énergie solaire !...77