Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 features two solar panels along the top, which can be charged from either sunlight or an indoor lamp, and has a lifetime of around 15 years before any degradation in performance occurs. The Logitech K750 charges itself whenever there is light, and can reportedly live up to 3 months in complete darkness without going dry.
Powered by light, so no batteries required.
Slim form factor.
Wireless USB dongle requires no driver installation.
Configuration software is available for tinkerers.
Unifying technology allows you to connect several other Logitech devices to one USB receiver.
Boasts two solar panels that power the keyboard while you type.
Other eco-conscious features include PVC-free construction and fully recyclable packaging.
Excellent build quality.
Well-spaced Chiclet keys.
Glossy frame attracts fingerprints and smudge marks.
Scissor-style chiclet keys and low-profile design don't make for a sound ergonomic keyboard.
Lacks an integrated palm rest, which may limit its appeal for heavy typists.
There's currently no software support for Mac OS.
No LED for Num Lock and Caps Lock keys.
Short left Shift key.
Shallow profile not to everyone's taste.
No wrist rest or backlighting.
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on August 15, 2013
We love the fact that we don't have to scrounge for batteries and can use light to power the K750, but its loud keys keep it from being...80
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 Computeractive on September 21, 2011
A little expensive for a keyboard but this sturdy, high-quality model is a good choice and won't require new batteries...80
By PC Mag on September 09, 2011
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 has a sleek aesthetic, and features solar panels that perpetually draw in light to power the keyboard....80
By ITP.net on August 17, 2011
A green peripheral that just works but considering its steep price, it’s not a keyboard for the masses....80
By cnet on August 01, 2011
Logitech's K750 wireless solar keyboard gets our Editors' Choice Award for being an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional input devices with convenient extras and an affordable...83
By Appletell on July 10, 2011
In summary, I quite like this keyboard, and would even if it didn’t have the solar power feature, but that’s icing on the proverbial cake. It’s not perfect—lack of dedicated Mac support and keymapping being an obvious shortcoming, although in...80
By HEXUS.net on June 27, 2011
I can't recall the last time I used a wired keyboard, and thinking about it, I don't believe I could ever go back. I've become accustomed to being free from the confines of the desk, and wireless connectivity sits near the top of my list of...70
By TechRadar on June 09, 2011
There's a lot to admire about the K750. Its headline feature is that you do not need to keep replacing the batteries, unlike other wireless keyboards.For anyone who has experienced trying to type when a wireless keyboard's batteries are on their...70