solid keyboard, decent feel. Solar too!!
Full sized keyboard with solar battery recharge capability! Wow! doesn't require strong light to keep charge.. ambient light is good enough.. solar app can be bit flaky connecting so not sure what the go with that is as i sometimes can't check how much charge i'm receiving..
solar panels have a glossy feel which will get dirty over time..connects via unifying device.. wish it could be bluetooth though.. No backlit keys unfortunately but the feel of this keyboard is lovely.
Ability to tilt the keyboard on angle but they feet do feel a little flimsy. A quiet keyboard means i won't be disturbing others when typing..
Best performance/ poor reliability
Love this keyboard to use. Wireless connection spotty.
Fails to connect. Helpdesk unhelpful for fixing but did replace my 'faulty' keyboard in a customer focused manner.
So my review is
Best keyboard i've ever had
I've had this keyboard for so long thus K750 model is discontinued already. But I must say, this keyboard is by far the most comfortable and long lasting ketboard i've had. I love how it's wireless and solar powered. My desk is next to a window and my keyboard is always fully charged. It goes hand in hand with my Logitech wireless mouse.
Perfect key response
Though this model has been discontinued there is still some available (as of Aug 2017) or get the K750r. I have rather large fingers and this key board is superb. I rarely fat finger when typing and I love the feel of the keys upon typing. It has just the right amount of resistance and yet is easy to type at speed. The solar feature is excellent. Even in low light (one bulb of any type) it stays fully charged. The range is good and I never have a drop on input to my CPU. The only negative I found is the little prop up feet in the back can easily get buggered up. The angle is still great for typing without the feet. I only give a five star rating maybe once or twice a year. This is truly an EXCELLENT keyboard. Their wireless mouse is as good too, and can be unified on one wireless connection.
Solar-powered Logitech K750R
At night, under weaker light conditions, this solar-powered KB is a pain to type on. Weak lighting conditions makes the keys lag in its response, making typing a simple sentence a chore. And I can touch type better than most, having learnt to type 60 wpm on a manual typewriter when I was in Grade 6.
Solar-powered is just another marketing gimmick - as I need to shine my desk lamp onto the keyboard to make ti more responsive to my typing.
I regret dropping $100 on this product.
I am typing this review on this keyboard. I got this primarily because I wanted a slim keyboard with low profile keys. I thought the solar part was a bit of a gimmick but have to say so far I am very impressed with this keyboard. The build quality is excellent and the keyboard maintains a 100% charge in an indoor office environment. The only issue is that the wireless connection seems to drop out from time to time - probably because the receiver is plugged into the back of the desktop computer. I bought a new mouse at the same time and it works well with the same unifying receiver. I would also like to have a small LED light to indicate when CAPS LOCK is on.
Great keyboard so far.
Using it for a year now. No issue so far. Loving it.
Very light, stylish and easy to carry around or store it in office.
Great idea, almost the perfect keyboard
I have had this keyboard for a few years now and I love the fact that it is wireless and runs completely on ambient solar light. Very little light comes through my office window, but this keyboard just never stops.
The only issue I have is that after a while, some of the keys started to get mixed up. The two apostrophes were jumbled and I had to type a space after it for it to appear. If not for this issue, it would be my ideal computer keyboard.
Solar powered, wireless, light, space saving, good ergonomic design
Keystrokes got muddled after a few years
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