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
is this compatible with MAC OS High Sierra 10.13?
- Asked by suzanne T from Scarborough
- on Feb 21, 2018
What is the button top back on the Logitech solar keyboard?
- Asked by Jim M from San Luis Obispo
- on Jan 26, 2016
It's where the rechargeable coin-type battery is installed. It's not user-serviceable.
- Answered by Benjamin S from FREDERICTON
- on Mar 11, 2018
Are the home and end keys supported?
- Asked by Jonty L from Saffron Walden
- on Apr 15, 2012
The best answers I've found are incomplete. There *is* a way to move to the end or beginning of a li The best answers I've found are incomplete. There *is* a way to move to the end or beginning of a line, such as Option or Fn plus left-arrow or right-arrow. I've also heard Command. But the behavior of these key combinations has been inconsistent in my experience. Sometimes Command+Left-Arrow results in going back one page, and the loss of whatever you were trying to type. I usually use the up and down arrows. Press down enough times and you'll end up at the end of the last line. Then I use up to move up (at or near the end of other lines). It's a workaround, at best. Sorry. Apple doesn't think this functionality is important, I guess.
- Answered by Ryan H from Oklahoma City
- on Dec 21, 2014
I was told that when the solar ability stops charging the battery, the keyboard becomes literally disposable. Is that true?
- Asked by Lynda L from Valley Village
- on Dec 2, 2015
The battery is replaceable with an ML2032. Getting it out is tricky. However, as your question impli The battery is replaceable with an ML2032. Getting it out is tricky. However, as your question implies, is keyboard failure a result of the solar panel failure or a worn out battery? I replaced my battery yesterday and still no charge. Others have had success. I'm thinking mine might be disposable.
- Answered by Don M from Healdsburg
- on Dec 4, 2015
is there a usb port on this keyboard for a mouse? Current mouse requires batteries with a usb that I plug in the keyboard which is currently corded.
- Asked by Nancy S from Bakersfield
- on Oct 5, 2015
Unlike Apple's original wired keyboard, there are NO usb ports here.
1 Answer(is there a usb port on this keyboard for a mouse? Current mouse requires batteries with a usb that I plug in the keyboard which is currently corded.)
- Answered by Brian B from Houston
- on Jan 29, 2016