Logitech K750 Wireless Solar-Powered Keyboard Unveiled

November 1, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Logitech has unveiled an innovative and handy device, the Logitech K750 solar-powered wireless keyboard. The K750 is exclusively solar charged and can live up to 4 months in complete darkness without power issues, as per company claims.

The K750 features two solar panels on the top portion, which can be charged not only from sunlight but also from in-door lighting. Claimed to perform for 15 years with consistency, the K750 is compatible with Logitech’s Unify, a 2.4 GHz wireless system that can handle up to six devices at a time, which adds to its portability.

With just 7mm thickness, the K750 is touted by Logitech as the world’s slimmest keyboard. The Windows desktop app which is distributed free will let the user know if the light conditions are enough to charge the keyboard.

It also intimate about the current energy level with the keyboard. The buffer energy space integrated with the keyboard fills in when the user is not typing. This will help it to perform even in darkness.

The present models are only windows compatible; they will be rolling out a version for Mac, with reconfigured keys. Although there has been no official confirmation regarding its launch in the US and about the price, it is expected to hit the US streets this year itself, with a price tag of $80.

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