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Logitech - K750 Solar Wireless Keyboard - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 2875 reviews

95%
would recommend to a friend

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Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Can do the job but comes short for me

    Posted
    Casy
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    This keyboard works well, really well but: I have small hands with fat fingers and it makes me feel I am pressing small buttons. I make mistakes a lot about what buttons to press. The buttons makes noise when you press them as they are loose, a little touch will produce a noise of a loose piece of plastic inside another. I do not like that.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Replaced my Apple keyboard

    Posted
    Uldrikj
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    Works well and I think it is exactly the same layout as an apple keyboard. Buttons don't have same feel but pretty good for the price since my Apple one quit working I'm happy this one was less money and no cord this time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Almost perfect keyboard

    Posted
    Jonny
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    Really good keyboard, clicks well, very clean looking. The solar power is very convenient. Still getting use to how slim the keyboard is. My only complaint is that I use the calculator button often, but the Function key with the calculator isn't very well placed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome keyboard by LOGITECH

    Posted
    15David15

    Hi I just bought this keyboard yesterday and its doing good so far the only complaint I have is no indicator light. I mean why doesn't a keyboard this advanced have a indicator light for the caps lock and num lock but other then that its great to use. The key is kinda loud but I can live with it. The button to check the lighting around you is stupid, also once your connected with this kb you get an app installed on your PC and you can pick whether you wish to install it or not but its only a solar app so kinda useless to me as it only tells you how much battery you have left and whether your in good lighting or not.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good Keyboard but a bit outdated

    Posted
    elpacko
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    The typing experience on this keyboard is good, everything works perfectly. A great function is that it does not use batteries, the solar panel charges the internal battery even on low light. Another great add on is the solar app, it gives you the information of the charge and the current illumination. The only downside is the function keys are meant for an old OSX version as it still has the dashboard and eject buttons but it does not have the launcher button. Besides that, all the other function keys work perfectly.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Logitech Misses the Mark...Again.

    Posted
    BrewSwayne
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    Logitech somehow manages to make really cool looking, feature rich products that completely neglect some very basic functionality. Take the K750 for example. This should be a truly great keyboard, except that the F4 button doesn't open the Launchpad like it should and there's no caps lock on/off indicator. There's no way to customize your keyboard without installing 3rd party software. This will not only be my last Logitech keyboard, but it will be my last Logitech product. I've owned several Logitech devices over the years and each of them feels "incomplete" and lacks durability. This keyboard seems to be no different.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It's an OK start

    Posted
    jcdang

    I like this keyboard. I didn't buy this keyboard because of the solar panels. The thin design is the real selling point. I've gone through a lot of multimedia keyboards -- many of them from Logitech, but it's the ones with simple interfaces that stand the test of time. Kensington had been making slim laptop like keyboards long before logitech. Although Kensington has never made a keyboard this thin and with wifi. However, the Kensington slimtype keyboard is much quieter. Also, I personally prefer the button form factor on the Kensington. The buttons on this keyboard are more of what you would see on the macs -- a style which I think looks cleaner, but not easier to type on. This keyboard is on trial for replacing my G15. There's a squeaking noise when I hit the backspace button that's making me consider returning it to Best Buy. Pros: -Minimalist design -Very slim. I love low profile keyboards. -very responsive -unify. works well with my performance mx mouse. Cons: - No indicators for scroll/caps/num -squeaky backspace button Don't cares: - solar - fn button

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Keyboard for the money

    Posted
    Steelchris
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    Good wireless keyboard with number pad. The salesman at Best Buy said that apple keyboard with number pad would not be wireless. Since I didn't want to deal with plugging it in I opted for this keyboard. I would have given it 5 stars but it doesn't have a number lock button so you have to use the clear button. Would've been nice to know that. Also there is no num locks indicator so you don't know if the numbers are on or not. That's the point of buying this particular keyboard. Still, I'm happy with my purchase. Just being ultra picky.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    The Best Keyboard for Any Mac!

    Posted
    Checkdog
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    I have 10 mini Mac computers in my office and 4 Macbook pro's, and each on has one of these keyboards. The Pros: 1. Quite keys 2. There are no batteries - powered by the lights in the room 3. 10-Key a plus! 4. Has full Mac function and buttons The Cons: 1. NONE - GO BUY THIS NOW!!! :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Much Better Than Apple's Factory Keyboard

    Posted
    katieloo
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    I bought this for my 21.5 inch IMAC as my work requires extensive use of a numeric keypad, and I prefer to have one keyboard as opposed to an additional numeric pad. The fact that it was bluetooth and had no wires was a must for me, and the fact that it is solar is a plus. CONS: No caps lock light. Drives me crazy, as the mac doesn't have a screen indicator either. Also, the solar test button constantly tests as a unhappy face, as opposed to a smiley face. Which I guess means that it is not fully charged? I haven't had problems with it yet, but I hope that the battery doesn't go out on me one of these days. I work in a relatively well lit area, so I don't see why it wouldn't be consistently fully charged. I also like the fact that it has the forward delete button, which IMAC keyboards sorely lack.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Only keyboard I use

    Posted
    vudoo007
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    It's solar so I haven't replaced a keyboard battery in a few years. Even in low-light conditions, I was able to use it for weeks before needing to set it out in the sun to charge. Depending on how and where you use it, you'll figure out the best charging scenario. My desk was moved from the "dungeon" to the normal office space with windows so I haven't had to charge it at all since the move. Keys feel really nice to type with and actually helps me type faster. It'd be nice if it had a bluetooth connection. I have one for my Mac also and the track forward/backward buttons don't work for Spotify. However, the play/pause buttons work just fine. Wish there was better support for programming the keys, but works great otherwise. The buttons work just fine for Spotify on Win10 without any configuration. The only other nit picky thing I'd say would be to move the "Power" button away from f12. Or have the ability to disable it --I accidently power off my computer sometimes when I try to increase the volume with f11.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Better than the original mac keyboard

    Posted
    thegdfather
    • My Best Buy® Member

    So I bought a 2011 imac desktop, Great system but unfortunately it wasn't a typers keyboard. The keyboard was mostly for execs in their office so they could look good an type. Cause besides college students and rich people who else have time to waste money on computer items like a 2,000 dollar mac? Well thank goodness I was a college student at the time. Got the product home and had to scrap that keyboard an mouse. I went back to bestbuy and unlike usually where I know more than the sales floor associate, I ran into an employee he actually was telling me about this solar power keyboard. I can't remember what he exactly said but it was along the line of "once its fully charged you can be in the dark for 6 months and it will work". Now not for sure if thats true or not. I mean there is now way he experimented with that. I lost the receiver to it and I end throwing it away. I guess back then I didn't take very good of keyboards or mouses. And some of the buttons came off pretty easily. I will say that the keyboard always worked. I never seen it low. And I don't know anything about that user on another review on here was saying "keeping it on my patio". I don't remember it ever not working. Easily the best keyboard I have owned.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Diminished performance with time

    Posted
    Daniel
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    I'm sad to report I'm not hear to leave and outstanding positive review on this keyboard. When I purchased it in October I was thrilled with the price, design, and solar concept. I recently purchased a 34" monitor for my office and decided to use my personal mac as my work computer moving forward. At first, the keyboard was amazing. The disclaimer says you have to plug the receiver directly into the computer, no adapter, however the new Macbook pro only has USB-C ports so obviously it had to be connected through an adapter. @@@@@@@@ Strange seeing as how Logitech claims this keyboard is designed specifically for Mac, I personally believe the disclaimer saying it can't be connected through an adapter is something for Logitech to use as an excuse when the keyboard begins malfunctioning - but hey, that's just me) The 1st few months of use - zero problems. The keyboard performed exceptionally well even though I defied the rules and connected it through an adapter. It perfectly matched my white Samsung 34" monitor, and took up very little room on my desk. However, after about month 2, the connectivity issues began. Every once in a while there would be a lag, or the keyboard would respond for a few seconds. I would turn it off for a few seconds, turn it back on, and we were good to go. Yes, it was fully solar charged. As of this month (month 4) they keyboard has begun causing problems for me daily. Unresponsive to key strokes, hitting the batter test button one second will give me a red light, the next second it will give me a green. I'm having to repetitively hit keys to get them to type and when they finally do it leaves me with an entire line of the same letter. I've tried computer restarts, plugging the receiver into different adapters, as well as different ports on each adapter, but the problem is clearly within the keyboard itself. I can't say I hate it, because I very much enjoy this keyboard when it actually functions. I like that I've the built in number pad, and for whatever reason it just seems more comfortable to use than apple's bluetooth keyboard. As of now, I've no intentions to replace it. My hope is that whenever the connectivity issues occur they will continue to straighten out quickly. My fear, however, is that the performance will continue to diminish to the point I will end up having to replace.

    I would recommend this to a friend