Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

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Product Highlights

  • Solar-Powered
  • Wireless Connectivity
  • Plug-and-Play
  • Minimal Environmental Footprint
  • Slim Profile
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Logitech K750 overview

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The K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard from Logitech is a solar-powered keyboard that features wireless connectivity and compatibility with Windows-based PCs. It charges automatically when exposed to the light, and holds a charge of up to 3 months. It features environmentally-friendly construction, an unobtrusive USB receiver and slim profile. Since it is hot pluggable, it works right out of the box without any software installation. The K750 keyboard is a smart choice to save the environment while enjoying a comfortable and productive computing experience.

Solar-Powered
Whenever there's light, the K750 keyboard charges itself and stays charged for at least three (3) months in total darkness. While it allows you to use less energy it also reduces battery hassles.
Wireless Connection
An advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connection means you can work and play in more places. The long-range wireless connection reduces delays, dropouts, and interference.
Minimal Environmental Footprint
This keyboard features PVC-free construction and a fully recyclable box to minimize its footprint. Additionally, the Logitech Solar App lets you keep track of how much battery power you have and how much power you're getting from your desk lamp.
Plug-and-Play
Simple Plug-and-Play functionality means setup takes a few seconds when you plug the wireless receiver into a USB port on your computer. You can start using the keyboard right away without installing any software.
Unobtrusive USB Receiver
The small receiver stays in your computer, and you can even add a compatible wireless mouse of keyboard without the need for multiple USB receivers.
Slim Profile
The K750 features sleek lines and a slim profile at just 1/3" thick. It affords you extra workspace while lending a streamlined presence on your desk.
Comfortable Design
Keys feel good and make each keystroke comfortable, fluid and quiet for a productive everyday typing experience.
UPC: 097855071613
In the Box
Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard
  • K750 Keyboard
  • Unifying Receiver
  • Wireless Extender
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • 3-Year Limited Hardware Warranty
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    Logitech K750 specs

    Interface USB
    Wireless Yes
    Enhanced Function Keys No
    Ergonomic No
    System Requirements Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
    Light source from sunlight and/or indoor lighting
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.0 x 7.8 x 1.6"

    Logitech K750 reviews

    K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 49.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Slick looking solar-powered keyboard I use it in my Linux-only setup. Works great, looks good. MOst of the FN-shortcut keys that I use/need work in Ubuntu - Browser,email, Search, volume controls. Unlike the MAC-clone keyboards out there, it has a full keyboard with numeric keypad and the Print-Screen/SysRq key that is useful in Linux One shortcoming is the absence of a CAPS Lock or Num Lock indicator. Another problem I faced was that the Logitech Unifying software which you need to add a second device to the Unifying Receiver doesn't work on Linux (or Wine). I used a utility called unifying_pair.c by Benjamin Tissoires which worked for my Logitech M310 mouse
    Date published: 2013-04-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hands down BEST keyboard I have ever had I was very skeptical about a solar powered keyboard but this blew me away. I use 2 keyboards at home due to having a work and personal computer at my desk, so I have to switch off keyboards often and cords get tangled. This is the perfect solution. The feel of this keyboard is so nice that I WANT to type on it. I have no problems at all with the power level and I always work in a dark room due to screen glare from my windows - this keyboard stays charged. It is super-quiet to the touch, very thin and light, and the keys aren't too close together. Great product.
    Date published: 2011-08-04
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Attention! It has a problem. It worked fine about 1 year. Recently its hidden deffect came to the picture: the atmospheric humidity is absorbing inside it and has no ventilation holes to escape. Adjucent letters and q stopped working properly. The last key does not print at all or spontaneously prints endlessly repeated letter, while the first one print itself and trigges the last one to start repetitions. Later some other keys stopped o, r, k
    Date published: 2012-07-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from black slim and solar! I swapped this out in place of my dell keyboard and its great. There is definitely a silent click with each stroke, but it is definitely a short press with keystroke. I did have some issue with the battery being low while leaving it on all night, but it quickly charged up the next day. I think turning it off will help. Perhaps the next verison should have an auto off. The unit itself is very slim and doesnt take much room. Its a bit too plasticky for my tastes, but still does the job. Also, unifing receiver is good and has good range. Keyboard recognized in both windows 7, xp, and ubuntu linux.
    Date published: 2013-03-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Was good, but has a design deffect. I was happy about this product, soft touch and silent, but it stopped functioning after 1 year. Despite enough light up to 500 lux according its soft indicator, it self-types q-key or does not type this key at all, then stops after few minutes of work (requires re-switching off-on). Dissapointed finally. Not repairable design, cannot do anything to fix it.
    Date published: 2012-07-10
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Update: Didn't last a YEAR I posted an earlier, glowing review of this keyboard but it died on me in less than 1 year. I tried charging it for days but it stopped working completely. Very disappointed as I really liked this keyboard. Some chump at Logitech didn't design this very well.
    Date published: 2012-06-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The BEST Logitech Keyboard Yet This is my second K750 Solar Keyboard and I've used Logitech Keyboards/products for almost 20 years. This one is for the office PC, I have another one at home for my iMac. Obviously, I really like the 'Solar' not so much because of this feature but rather because Logitech finally got it right. The keys on this board simply feel right. They have that certain, indescribable nice tough, and sound, about them. Obviously, I use a computer at work and often finish up the day in front of my computer at home. I won't let Logitech off the hook, though, for taking a giant step back; the control center software is not available with this keyboard. At least not with the Mac and I don't know about the PC.
    Date published: 2012-03-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from No more batteries to Wireless Keyboard I love this keyboard. It doesn't get more hassle-free than this. This keyboard charges itself whenever there's lightand stays charged for at least three months in total darknessso you can say good-bye to battery hassles. It's very thin about 1/3 inch thick. You have to go to Logitech web site to download the software for the keyboard Logitech SetPoint and the Logitech Solar App. Comes with a Keyboard, cleaning cloth to keep the solar pannels clean, Logitech Unifying receiver and Wireless extender.
    Date published: 2012-09-20
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