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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

  • Brightness Eject Function Keys
  • Bluetooth Wireless
  • Logitech
  • Black

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The powered-by-light, wherever-you-go keyboard for Mac®, iPad® or iPhone®.

Powered by light-inside and out

Say good-bye to battery hassles, this wireless keyboard is powered by any light-low light and lamp light, indoors and out. Fully charged, it works for at least three months-even in total darkness.

From your Mac to your iPad or iPhone-instantly

The easy-switching Bluetooth® connection makes typing on your Mac and switching to type on your iPad or iPhone as simple and easy as pushing a button.

Perfect match for your favorite Apple devices

The perfect match for your Mac, you get a familiar layout with all the keys you expect-Command, Brightness and Eject keys and more. And the slim, minimalist design goes wherever you go with your Mac, iPad or iPhone.

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  • Frank F.
  • 2/11/2014 5:52:07 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsShort battery life?

Pros: Good size, durable, supports 3 devices, solar recharge.

Cons: After 7 months of use the battery appears to be dying. Logitech says that a full recharge should last about 6 months with 'typical' use. I have had to recharge the batteries several times recently (the last charge was ~ 6 hours). Yet three days later the keyboard is discharged. The batteries are not designed to be replaced. I am counting on the warranty to replace them.

Other Thoughts: I use this with my Ubuntu media center. Bluetooth support is not the greatest, but with perserverance you can get it to work.

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5 out of 5 eggsBest keyboard ..

Pros: Best keyboard I have ever used! Heavy, solid fell, not like all the cheap plastic ones. The keys are shallow and have a fairly light touch.

Cons: None so far

Other Thoughts: This is the mk750 version that comes with mouse. Love the fact that you can use one USB port for both keyboard and mouse.

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  • Robert C.
  • 9/15/2012 9:51:32 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsNice keyboard.

Pros: Solar powered, compatible with Apple Bluetooth devices, can be switched between three different Apple devices. Similar to the Apple wireless keyboard, and key functions are almost identical. Size is about two inches deeper for the solar array.

Cons: None that I have noted yet.

Other Thoughts: I own 6 Macintoshs, and have two of the K760 keyboards and two of the Apple wireless keyboards. The ability to switch between 3-Apple products with this keyboard, plus not having to replace batteries all the time are the best features. The "feel" of the keyboard is similar to the Apple one, but the keys have a slightly deeper concave tops. I like the "feel" better than the Apple KB. The key stroke is slightly longer than the Apple KB. The housing is plastic, with non-sip feet. There is a panel on the bottom that allows for access to the two rechargeable batteries. I would assume that these could be replaced if they should fail at some point in time. At this point I have had the K760s for over a month now, and both have worked fine. Every day room light seems to keep them charged. There is a battery test on the F8 key which momentarily turns on the power switch LED to indicate that the batteries are charged. The caps lock key has a LED, but when pressed it only comes momentarily

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  • Raheel R.
  • 8/13/2012 8:25:42 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsLogitech Solar Keyboard for Macintosh

Pros: I had an existing Apple bluetooth keyboard and didn't think this would be better but it is. The keys are a bit firmer compared with the Apple bluetooth keyboard and I think this is a plus. It never needs charging or battery replacements which is a huge plus.

Cons: There is a delay of 2 to 3 seconds to start and register if the keyboard has been idle. This isn't a big deal but it's worthwhile to know when using it.

Other Thoughts: It mentions in the manual that the unit contains two rechargeable batteries which I assume it uses the solar energy to store the power in these two batteries. Once the batteries reach the end of life, it suggests disposal of the keyboard. The batteries appear to be AAA so I would most likely replace them with some Eneloops once they come to the end of life.

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