Attention, Apple gadget-philes who also happen to have a green bent. The latest addition to Logitech's portfolio of solar-powered wireless keyboards is the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760, a device that can switch between your Macintosh, iPad and iPhone.
What's new about this keyboard is that it includes Bluetooth connectivity, which means that it can be swapped between different mobile devices with the push of a button. You or your employees can pair up to three devices with the keyboard at once, switching between all three relatively seamlessly.
The keyboard was designed with the Macintosh keyboard layout, so that means the extra function keys are pretty much where you expect them to be (I use an older version).
A fully charged keyboard should work for about three months, even if it is completely dark at night. (That estimate is based on the assumption that you use your keyboard eight hours daily, so I usually leave mine current one by the window when my computer is off.)
The latest Logitech solar keyboard will carry a price of $79.99. It is scheduled to be available in June 2012 in both the United States and Europe.
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