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Logitech - K750 Solar Wireless Keyboard - Black-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 2856 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: 4 out of 5 stars

    Keyboard ease of use

    Posted
    Terry
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    Overall the keyboard connects very well, but there is an occasional lag between keystroke and recording.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Slow response

    Posted
    Applejack
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    Not detrimental but can cause keystroke errors due to keystroke lag

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect solution

    Posted
    alj110
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    The Apple keyboards are great, but lack some of the very utilitarian keys of a traditional keyboard. This keyboard has not just the backspace button, but also the delete button so you don't have to reposition the cursor to delete with the backspace button. I've had no issues with the solar power aspect, however there does seem to be a delay when the keyboard wakes up.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Descent keyboard

    Posted
    khchusa1
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    The keyboard works okay in the beginning, however there is a lag time when typing frequently and it is not very ergonomic. I am a huge fan of logitech keyboards, but this one fails when compared to others. Unfortunately, it is the most compatible with my MAC and so I am stuck with it for awhile.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not Fast Enough for Professional Music Work

    Posted
    encephalon
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    I work with the music notation software Finale. This keyboard won't work well with that application because for some reason the delay between key press and recognition by the application requires multiple key presses on each note entry. Going back to a wired keyboard solved the problem. This wireless keyboard does seem to work well for general typing.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    not good for a mac mini set up

    Posted
    caligirl
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    this keyboard was supposed to work on my mac mini but it did not .... delay in keys and when the typing caught up to the screen... there were missing words... returned for apply keyboard. . but I did love the design of the keyboard.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    When it comes to Apple Keyboards, this will do

    Posted
    Eric
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    When faced with laying out $130 for the "magic" keyboard for 60 for the logitech solar version, I opted for the less expensive route. Works great however I give it 3 stars because the receiver seems to have to be fairly close. I was having issues with nothing delay and lag during typing. At first I thought it was not getting a sufficient charge so would leave it sit in the light for hours. After still having the issues with lag and delay in typing I attached the receiver to a USB cable to get it closer to the keyboard. (so, went from about 3 feet away to 2 feet away) that little bit semed to make all the difference in the world and haven't had issues with typing but having nothing show up on the screen since.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    So far so good

    Posted
    Jess
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    I read a lot of reviews online before purchasing this wireless keyboard. Everyone once in a while it will lag but it picks back up again. I sit next to a window so I've not had any issues with it dying on me. The keys are relatively quiet and do not take a lot of pressure to push. It's a lot like a laptop keyboard. I've used this keyboard for about a month now and I really do like it. I would recommend this keyboard.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Great

    Posted
    BJ14
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    Bought with an iMac as the alternative to the mac smaller keyboard and 10 key pad separate. I love this keyboard. I have a lamp above my desk that I turn on when I'm working at the computer and it does have an on/off switch if you are not going to be using it for a while. There is also a power testing button with a smiley and frowned face for whether it has enough power. Easy to install and use. Sometimes there can be a little bit of a lag, but hardly noticeable unless the computer is busy or loading something else. I have had a plethora of wireless keyboards and mice and this one is the nicest and best to use so far!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Give it some UV Rays

    Posted
    LogitechDarkFieldFan
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    I had the older model of this and retired it. That, and I lost the USB chip for it during a move. This keyboard is gorgeous. The keys are sold and well-made. When the solar cells are running low, the keyboard auto-types the "/" key after nearly every letter. About 15% of the time there's a slight 1-2 second delay when there's a keystroke, before it registers in the screen. Comprehensively, it's a magnificent product. The last 3 days before I've left the office, I've angled the keyboard into direct sunlight and since then I've had absolutely NO problems.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great solar technology with wireless feature

    Posted
    BellaBookworm88
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    No Batteries!

    Posted
    Brian
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    It's a wireless keyboard that does not require batteries. That's generally it in a nutshell. The keyboard is in a bedroom where it receives moderate light and has yet to dip below 96%, and even when that low, gets back to 100% after a few hours without use. I generally am on my PC 3 to 4 hours a day. My only complaint is some occasional input lag where the keyboard takes several seconds to respond. Thus far in about 3 months, this has happened only twice. It seems to last until I unplug the unifying receiver then plug it back in. Otherwise, it more than serves its purpose.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Innovative Keyboard with some minor issues.

    Posted
    gabev904

    I really loved the keyboard but I have decided to return it for a wired solution. The Logitech Unifying software works as advertised, but there was some lag due to either a software bug or wireless interference coming from my Marathon mouse. It only happened a few times, but when it did, it was really annoying. Also, build quality could be better as I felt some flex to the keyboard, especially with the flimsy plastic risers. Otherwise, everything was great. I do prefer the "chicklet" keyboards like most macs and Sony products have nowadays, so the typing feel was great. Its a full-size keyboard with a numeric pad, so thats another plus. And best of all, you will probably never have to worry about batteries as I never saw an issue with the energy. The solar panels built into the keyboard keep this thing constantly charging, even when off. Its supposedly supposed to last up to 3 months in total darkness. I would find that hard to believe if I didn't own the Marathon Mouse 705, also from logitech which also has outstanding battery life on 2 AAs. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone. I just happen to be a really picky customer. lol

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Say goodbye to AA Batteries...

    Posted
    austinite04

    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!

    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