Solar-powered wireless keyboard charges itself whenever there's light and stays charged for at least three months in total darkness, eliminating the need for batteries, power bricks and charging cables. Thin keyboard features advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity that gives you the reliability of a cord plus wireless convenience of fast data transmission, virtually no delays or dropouts, and 128-bit AES encryption. The included tiny Logitech Unifying receiver is small enough to stay in your laptop, so there's no need to unplug it. Plug-and-play receiver also allows you to add compatible mice and keyboards without the hassle of multiple USB receivers. Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 features a concave key cap design, PVC-free construction and compatibility with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Keyboard includes a wireless extender and cleaning cloth.
This solar-powered keyboard charges itself with available light, eliminating the need for batteries. The 2.4GHz wireless technology ensures a fast connection with 128-bit AES encryption.
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Superior keyboard in every way!
Posted by: NDTechie from: Goffstown, NH on
I keyboard all day long, 8-10 hours per day. The keys were wearing down on my Logitech Di Novo after 6 years of use and was looking for a new keyboard. Wanted one with less bulk, wireless, comfortable to type on like my di novo, and had an attached num pad - not two pieces like the di novo. I first tried the Logitech k800 Illuminated keyboard. Seemed to have it all plus option to work with the lights off. Found the keys 'plasticy' feeling with a key travel reminiscent of 1980's IBM keyboards. The batteries also wore out in on three days and needed recharging. The Di Novo batteries lasted up to a year for me. I then tried the Logitech wired illuminated keyboard. This keyboard is much thinner than it's wireless brother, which I loved, but couldn't deal with the wire flopping around my desk after years of no KB wires. Then I saw the new Logitech Solar keyboard on sale and gave that a try. This is the thinnest, most comfortable KB ever! Plus fits in my lapto roller for travel & no batteries! I love it and will keep it forever!!!
17 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Solely 4 Solar
Posted by: JC103 from: Georgia on
Ok, I'll admit that I splurged on another great keyboard from Logitech bascially due to the solar capabilities, I had purchased the 920-000914 several months earlier and was very impressed, in fact, nearly everything that Logitech has their hands in is impressive, for me it has been anyway.
I was in need of a wireless keyboard for my entertainment center which is used mainly for browsing the web, nothing heavy. So while walking through the store one day, saw this and thought "no more batteries", done deal. This keyboard worked like a charm right out of the box. Windows XP had no issues with it at all and it picked up nicely from about 25 feet across the room. It is very thin and light weight and the keys are very quiet and stable. I really appreciate the On/Off switch, really saves the energy. Glad they're going with the unifying receivers now, one receiver runs multiple devices, only one USB input needed.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
Say goodbye to AA Batteries...
Posted by: austinite04 from: Jollyville, TEXAS on
This keyboard is very nice, I was able to get it running in 3 seconds flat. I immediately unplugged my old USB keyboard.. I also got a Logitech M310 Mouse (wireless) I have yet to have any real lag. Just remember you can only have the keyboard on the usb dongle not both for some reason, I would of liked to save space but oh well.. Also, Microphone blu-tooth doesn't allow this to perform when there is a 3rd adapter installed. The keyboard gets confused by the wireless mic's. So other than that, I love this keyboard, I got it as a Gift so I hope it's a gift that keeps on giving.Too bad the mouse doesn't have a solar cell.. My only complaint might be smears on the solar cells.. I have to wipe the cells down all the time... This keyboard does get full charge all the time from a regular florescent light fixture. No need to bake it outside like the other reviewer, who in their right mind would subject electronics to full on sun for hours? Anyways, get this keyboard... I don't regret it. No more cord tugging!
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
A Really nice keyboard.
Posted by: photpbug from: USA on
The wife spotted this keyboard the last time we were at Best Buy, she wanted to buy it for me and she did.
It was very simple to set up just plug in the receiver and start using it.
There is some useful software for making key changes and one needs to visit Logitechs support Web. site and download the files. This is very simple to do and take just a short time online.
I also highly recommend getting a Logitech mouse using a Uniying receiver. I bought the M510. It also comes with a receiver so you end up with and two receivers one with the board and one with the mouse it can't hurts to have a back up right?
The keyboard is Solar powered but has a battery backup, the board is ultra thin and lite. The keys have a really nice feed back feel. There is also a Num. pad.
The board is well built and has a nice clean look.
If your wanting to upgrade your keyboard or needing a new board, I can't think of a better board.
12 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Exciting new keyboard
Posted by: gwjaconst11 from: MD on
As a keyboard enthusiast, I'm very pleased with this model. I just brought it home and already I've found myself to be quite fond of the layout, the feel of the keys, and the thin profile. The solar cells work very well; so far I haven't experienced any problems and have nothing but positive things to say.
Past keyboards include various instances of the Microsoft Ergonomic line of which I am still fond.
22 out of 22 found this review helpful.
Great solar technology with wireless feature
Posted by: BellaBookworm88 from: on
This is my 3rd Logitech solar keyboard (K750) as the first two were replaced under the Best Buy protection plans. One of the keys came loose.
I love that this keyboard uses solar technology and that it is wireless. I've left the keyboard in direct sunlight to charge (next the office window where sunlight comes through) but it does not stay charged for more than 2 days.
The keyboard is very thin and the keys lie very flat, when you are typing the feel is much smoother than other keyboards (other keyboards have a loud clicking sound when you type). This keyboard is 2.4GHz, I often experience a delay when typing (I am not sure if this is due to my AT&T U-Verse "snail" quality of service).
I paid $60.00 for this keyboard. It is a fair price for the solar and wireless technology, the looks and feel of the keyboard.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Great Solar Wireless Keyboard
Posted by: Dylan from: on
This Logitech keyboard has decent tactile feedback and has no issues retaining a charge, thanks to its solar power technology. If your keyboard is not often placed within direct contact of light, it may not recharge very well. That aside, it serves its purpose well.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Another great product from Logitech
Posted by: 04BigApple16 from: on
I have been a long-time user of Logitech products (keyboards, mice, speakers, etc.) and this is the best Logitech keyboard I have ever used. It paired easily with the receiver, keys are quiet and no batteries to replace or recharge. What else could you ask for.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Best Keyboard ... Ever
Posted by: Westerly from: Santa Monica, CA on
I have been typing for work and school for over 15 years now. And this is the best keyboard I've ever used. And I've used a lot of keyboards, from the standard issue wired, finger-joint mangler to expensive wireless keyboards with scissor keys.
This keyboard is very nice. The keys are well spaced and the scissor-key action requires minimal finger pressure and is extremely accurate. The wireless connection is strong and doesn't miss any typed keys. The legs appear flimsy, but are actually pretty strong. The keyboard is almost flat with the desktop, so you don't have to raise your fingers very high, reducing joint pain and potential carpel tunnel. Plus, it's wireless, so you can remove it from the desk quickly and cleanly for editing. The shortcut keys are very logical, helpful, and functional.
The best part though, and the part that returns excitement to something as mundane as a keyboard, is the solar panels. They effectively recharge the internal battery and you never need to change the batteries. Plus, the downloadable solar app and little "I'm getting enough light" smiley face are actually a good deal of fun to fool with (for a keyboard).
Paid $59.99 on sale, so, even better...
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Love this keyboard
Posted by: SunRaze from: on
I love that this keyboard is solar powered. I don't have to worry with batteries and cords. I love the soft touch keys.