Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
Logitech's Wireless Solar Keyboard 750 makes battery and charging hassles a thing of the past. It takes advantage of any available light source to charge itself—and it's able to stay charged at least three months.
Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity gives you the reliability of a cord plus wireless convenience and freedom-fast data transmission, virtually no delays or dropouts, and 128-bit AES encryption.
Self-charging wherever there's light
Charge lasts up to three months
Thin, space-saving profile
Key cap design makes for faster, quieter typing
Reliable, fast 2.4GHz wireless with 128-bit AES encryption
Unifying wireless receiver is so small you can leave it plugged in
What’s in the Box
Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750
Logitech Unifying receiver
Batteries: Built-in Rechargeable
Height: 0.3 in./0.76 cm
Length: 17.0 in./43.18 cm
Width: 6.25 in./15.87 cm
Weight: 1.67 lb./0.76 kg
Mfr. Part Number: 920-003472
UPC or EAN No.: 97855080240
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Warranty: Three-year limited hardware warranty
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Answers from the community
What type of USB port does the "Unifying Receiver" need?
- Asked by Robert M from Albuquerque
- on May 19, 2020
Are the Keys illuminated for typing in low or no light
- Asked by John F from Oceanside
- on Dec 24, 2019
No, there is no lighting on the keyboard. There are only one green / happy and one red / sad indica No, there is no lighting on the keyboard. There are only one green / happy and one red / sad indicator light for the status of the battery level when you press the sun button on they number pad.
- Answered by Christopher F from Boca Raton
- on Dec 27, 2019
Does this keyboard connect via bluetooth if you do not use the usb receiver?
- Asked by Allen D from Raleigh
- on Jan 8, 2020
No, it only connects through a receiver plugged into a USB port.
- Answered by Andrew P from ALLENDALE
- on Jan 18, 2020
is this compatible with MAC OS Catalina Version 10.15
- Asked by Lisa T from Greenville
- on Oct 30, 2019
is this compatible with MAC OS High Sierra 10.13?
- Asked by suzanne T from Scarborough
- on Feb 21, 2018
Yes, the Linksys Velop WiFi Mesh system is fully compatible with all macOS versions, High Sierra inc Yes, the Linksys Velop WiFi Mesh system is fully compatible with all macOS versions, High Sierra included, but I would recommend the competing Mesh system from Netgear called Netgear ORBI. By way of explanation, I've been a fan of Apple's Airport WiFi product line since its inception for it ease of set up, exceptional reliability and introduction of Mesh functionality, though alas Apple never mentioned or promoted this latter capability. Consequently ever since Apple abandoned their WiFi product line, I'd been actively researching for a follow-on WiFi mesh system and so when Apple endorced the Linksys Velop, and based on favorable reviews, I bought 1 set of three modules for our home to test.
In spite of some initial setup problems, I was eventually able to get the Linksys Velop working in our home. Despite those setup hiccups and some design negatives, after a roughly 2 month test, I bought two more sets of three modules each for our two adult kids' homes for Christmas last year. Sad to say neither of those installations went well, resulting in multiple days of troubleshooting, working with Linksys tech support, requiring returning one module of each set back for replacement. In one case, even after replacing the defective module, I was never able to get the system working. In the other, while I did get it working, it tended to crash once roughly every 2 weeks and proved unable to recover by itself without manually intervening by resetting of all the home network components.
So of the three homes, with only one working reliably. I made the hard decision to abandon the Linksys and give the Netgear ORBI a try, again initially just for our home, and then after that proved successful, buying two more for our kids' homes which have also worked. Coincidentally during this time frame, Apple began selling the Netgear ORBI system. So if you haven't bought the Linksys Velop yet, I would urge you to consider the Netgear ORBI instead. Linksys tech spt exemplary, product iffy
- Answered by William M from GERMANTOWN
- on Oct 23, 2019