You don’t give your keyboard a periodic sunbake to keep it powered, its integrated solar panel will gather a charge even while indoors. Once fully charged Logitech claim that the battery will power the board, even in complete darkness, for 3 months. Smiley face / sad face graphics in the upper right-hand side of the keyboard will let you know if you’re close to needing a recharge. If you want a more detailed charge indicator you can download a solar power app, plus it displays a lux meter, displaying the strength of the light charging your keyboard.
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard is less than one centimetre thick, and of equal sveltness is the Unifying receiver, the cartridge that plugs into the computer’s USB port and makes the wireless connection magic happen. Because it’s small you don’t have to worry about knocking or bending the receiver.
The Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity ensures that the keyboard is responsive and drop-out free.
Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 release date and price
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 “is expected to be” available in Australia in December 2010, and sell for $149.95 RRP.