Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 Review

  • Never needs batteries, can be recharged by sunlight or artificial light
  • Thin (1/3-inch) and easy to move or carry
  • Concave keys make typing more comfortable
  • Officially only supports Windows but also works with Mac OS X
  • Can’t adjust the angle of the keyboard
  • Lacks special context menu button found on most Windows keyboards
  • Flimsy plastic legs prop up the keyboard
If you’re already convinced that wireless keyboards give you more flexibility, you’ll have no problems understanding the appeal of Logitech’s latest wireless keyboard. However, the biggest problem with any wireless keyboard has been the need for batteries that tend to run out just when you need the keyboard the most. Fortunately, Logitech’s Solar Keyboard K750 eliminates the problems of batteries by including two built-in solar panels that can generate power in both sunlight and artificial light.


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