Green Gadget of the Week: Logitech solar keyboard for Mac

Green Gadget of the Week: Logitech solar keyboard for Mac

Summary: The Macintosh edition of Logitech's solar-powered wireless keyboard connects to your systems with a 2.4 gigahertz Unifying receiver.


(This is the latest in a regular weekly series of spotlights on green technology that’s accessible to you and me. If you have a green technology or gadget to suggest for coverage, please send a note via my contact email.)

I literally just put a new wireless keyboard on my shopping list as I shuffle around some of the equipment in my home office and get ready to donate the old stuff (no e-waste here!). Lo and behold, Logitech has come out with the Macintosh edition of the wireless solar keyboard that I wrote about a few weeks back and coveted.

Like its PC-focused sibling, the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac uses onboard solar cells to self-power using either sunlight or ambient light. No more batteries. On a full charge, it can work up to three months in total darkness. It connects via a 2.4 gigahertz wireless Unifying receiver.

The keyboard is shipping in the United States and Europe. It carries a suggested retail price of $59.99 and it comes in five colors: black (pictured), white, blue, green and pink.

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Topics: Apple, Emerging Tech, Hardware

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  • RE: Green Gadget of the Week: Logitech solar keyboard for Mac

    wow this has to be the first keyboard powered by solar. But the thing is that computers are mainly indoor devices, where will the keyboard absorb the sunlight from?
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