UPDATED. Logitech‘s Wireless Solar Keyboard is, well, wireless and solar powered. What more do you need to know? It will stay charged up for up to 3 months in a dark room and can glean power from indoor lighting. The keyboard itself is just 1/3-inch thick and includes Logitech’s unifying receiver. To keep tabs on battery juice their is a solar app, but alas it’s only Windows 7 compatible.
We assume Logitech’s Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 ships November 15th because that’s when the app will be available for download. You can preorder it for $79.99
Update: Checkout our Logitech K750 Solar Wireless Keyboard review.
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