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Wireless Keyboard For Apple Products Powered By Light

Wireless Keyboard For Apple Products Powered By Light
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Tech peripheral can charge via the sun or a lamp.

Yi Chen
  • 31 may 2012


Logitech has recently revealed its new Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 that’s compatible with Macs, iPhones, and iPads. The K760 is a successor to Logitech’s first solar keyboard, the K750. The new keyboard is more compact and can easily and quickly connect to any Apple device via Bluetooth. It features a ‘easy-switching capability’ so the keyboard can be paired with multiple devices and switched with the push of a button, rather than having to disconnect and reconnect.

As its full-name suggests, the K760 can be powered and charged via any light, including sunlight or just lamp light. A fully charged keyboard can work for up to three months, based on average daily use of eight hours.

The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 retails for $79.99 and will be shipped in the next few weeks.

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