Logitech has pulled the wraps off a new keyboard that is a first for the peripherals market. The new keyboard is called the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750. The keyboard is wireless and needs no batteries. It gets all the power it needs to operate form light and not just sunlight, your room lights will also powered the keyboard.
The typing promises to be comfortable with concave keys and more. Logitech will also offer a solarapp for download that will let you see how much power you are getting from the light hitting your keyboard where it hits. The keyboard is also very thing at a third of an inch thick. It uses 2.4GHz wireless connectivity.
The USBreceiver for the keyboard is the little Logitech Unifying receiver and it is plug and play. The keyboard is compatible with windows and should ship this month for $79.99.
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