Logitech K750 Solar Powered Wireless Keyboard for Mac

Recently Logitech released its latest K570 solar powered wireless keyboard for Mac. If you’re looking for a suitable Mac keyboard for your iMac, let’s go on checking.

Logitech K750 Solar Powered Wireless Keyboard for Mac

As we can see from the images, Logitech K570 is an ultra-thin, stylish, and streamlined wireless keyboard. Unlike the common wireless keyboards powered by battery, K570 uses solar panel to convert light into electric energy, and store into built-in rechargeable battery for daily use. After fully charged, it can work at least three months. And the solar keyboard features familiar Mac layout, and even including music and brightness controls, command keys and the eject key, while the unique concave key cap design provide you a comfortable typing experience. Apart from that, the 2.4GHz wireless technology offers you a long-range wireless connection, and eliminates delays, dropouts and interference.

Logitech K750 Solar Powered Wireless Keyboard for Mac Logitech K750 Solar Powered Wireless Keyboard for Mac
Logitech K750 Solar Powered Wireless Keyboard for Mac Logitech K750 Solar Powered Wireless Keyboard for Mac

Logitech K570 solar powered wireless keyboard for Mac is available in 5 colors, including silver, black, blue, pink and green, each one is priced at $59.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Logitech official site for more details.

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  • Jim Rome

    First of all, there is no software for Macs to set preferences. So you need to hit fn and the F# keys to get the usual Mac things like expose to work.
    Second, it makes my apps work differently. With Thunderbird, for example, the focus is lost when a message is selected, so you can’t just keep hitting the delete key to go through your mails and discard most of the junk ones. You have to click the mouse on every e-mail. Why?

    • Moose

      @ Jime Rome got mine today and it works just like the one from apple you can let your mac search for it. Click on apple logo top left -> system preferences -> keyboard -> change keyboard type and set it to the option where it says apple standard (i think) hope this helps