Logitech’s first solar-powered wireless keyboard works by being charged by both indoor and outdoor light, meaning the need for batteries or chargers is a thing of the past for Logitech.
This new keyboard also has the ability to stay powered without light for an impressive three months, with an added indicator that will notify you when the power is running low.
The design is a 1/3-inch thick model, including a full keyboard with a number pad and softer keys which are dimpled to fit the curves of your fingers. The model also features connections for as many as six unifying USB mice and keyboards.
Logitech ensures that this wireless keyboard will stay intact with your system with no hindrances as it features a nice 2.4 GHz connection. An app will also be available for download by the middle of this month to solar-power your keyboard so another light in the room doesn’t have to.
The Logitech wireless solar-powered K750 keyboard will be available in the U.S. and Europe this month at a price of $79.99.