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Featuring Internet and multimedia keys, this Logitech K750 920-003677 wireless keyboard makes it quick and easy to access your Mac's frequently used functions. The solar-powered design ensures reliable use in most locations with ample lighting.
Include Internet and multimedia for quick and easy access to a variety of computer functions.
For reliable operation almost anywhere there's light.
Love this keyboard. So much, I have two, mostly because one of the keys is broken on the first one and I can't get a replacement, but that's beside the point! It's thin, good tactile feel and nice curved key caps keep my horrible typing style in check.
Excellent keyboard and easy to set up. Just open box and plug in wireless chip.
Kept going back to this one and wanting it but thought it was sort of expensive.
After finally buying it, glad I paid few extra bucks.
I would recommend this to a friend
Battery, Keys, Solar feature
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
good keyboard for macintosh
I just purchased this keyboard after my old logitech (just like it) died. I had the old keyboard for about 8 years - That's an amazing life span for a key board. Since this is exactly like my old one, I am expecting as good a service from this one one. I don't need bells and whistles so the basic extended keyboard is great. I hate the feel of the silver metal keyboards put out by Apple. This one is great in that you have comfortable plastic keys and a look that matches Apple. It functions with never having to worry about cords or batteries (it is solar charged). I plugged the new one into my iMac and didn't miss a minute as it paired immediately. Hoping Logitech never does away with this model as I love my keyboard!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Good free standing keyboard
This is my second one of these keyboards and I love it because as long as it has some light it always keeps its charge. I have never known it to run out of power yet.
This is the best keyboard out there if your looking for a wireless keyboard. I have been using this keyboard for over 2 years without any issues at work. I love it so much I got a second one for home use. The fact that it never needs batteries is a plus.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about design, usability, size and price. Editors have mixed opinions about durability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 84/100 = Very good quality.
TechRadarRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Matt Hanson on June 9, 2011
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NotebookcheckRating, 4.1 out of 54.1Christoph Freytag on May 18, 2011
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A:AnswerIt will work definitely. I have both the tethered Apple keyboard and mouse and they both work. You just have to get used to some of the keys because they are not marked like a Window Keyboard. I hope this helps...
A:AnswerIt doesn't have a lighted caps lock indicator, but if you use Logitech's SetPoint software (free download from Logitech.com) Caps Lock On or Off is displayed on your monitor for a couple of seconds whenever you press the Caps Lock key.
A:AnswerThis keyboard only comes with a USB Unifying (connector). I would think that you will need to purchase an adapter or a usb hub so that you can plug it into your MAC. I have a 2015 MAC Book Pro that I am now using with a full size keyboard & monitor. I have the Unifying plugged into a multi port hub and the keyboard works almost perfectly. I found that I need to move the hub slightly closer to the keyboard.
I added a couple of examples of the adapters that Best Buy carries.
Hope this helps.
A:AnswerThis means you are getting only a little charge from the battery. Mine did the same thing. It's not necessarily the battery going bad. Others have said the recharging mechanism itself may be an issue as it gets older. My solution is to set it in front of one of those new 100w energy efficient bulbs. Let it sit there for about an hour and it'll be okay for the rest of the day. Then set it there overnight to try and fully recharge it. Download the free Solar App from Logitech. It'll show you if you do have enough light or not. I was surprised when it showed me my room didn't have enough light after all this time. It will also show you how much charge is in the battery.
A:AnswerAs far as I can tell the difference is that Logitech changed their logo and also the color of the function keys. I purchased at Best Buy recently (past 3 weeks) and got the new logo and blue function keys. It seems that the picture is of the model with the older logo, but the model number is identical.
A:AnswerA good option would be to get the best mouse on the market in my opinion, the Logitech - Anywhere Mouse. They will share the same USB dongle, and then you will only need to use one USB port. Just an option. Good luck.