Logitech enhances solar-powered keyboard line with the Apple-y K760
Logitech is continuing its line of light-powered keyboards with the Wireless Solar Keyboard K760. It has all the features produced for syncing with a Mac, iPad, or iPhone: Bluetooth, and Command and different Apple-centric function keys. Even so, nothing will quit a Windows user from pairing this keyboard with their Pc — you will just have to reside without having the Windows button.
From it’s look alone, the K760 looks like it was meant to be paired with an Apple device among the white keys and the framing silver backdrop. The K760 is similar to the K750 for Mac model Logitech released just last summer. Only this version is smaller — cutting off the numerical keypad. This size lends it as a better portable solution or companion for a tablet device.
Its Bluetooth connection is a diversion from Logitech’s usual Unifying USB dongle approach, which closes this keyboard off from any pc not equipped with Bluetooth. But, it also opens the K760 up for use with devices that have handful of or no USB ports. The K760 may be paired with up to 3 devices, of which you can switch among them seamlessly via a single of the 3 keys situated at the top rated of the keyboard.
The K760 charges by any type of light, indoors or out. The lengthy, dark horizontal strip at the top of the keyboard takes in light to charge the internal battery. There’s no word on how lengthy the keyboard can last if not being charged by a light supply, nevertheless, Logitech promises that the K760 will continue to alter even in the lowest lamp light.
The Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 is at present offered for preorder on Logitech’s web site for $ 79.99.