Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

81
Global
Score
81

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Engadget Summary

If you like Apple's Bluetooth keyboard, but you're sick of changing batteries, the Logitech K760 may be just what you need. Not only will you never have to charge it (as long as you have at least some light in your workspace), but the K760 also has an easy switching function, which lets you use the keyboard with multiple devices (such as a Mac, iPad and iPhone), without having to deal with connection settings every time you switch. Downsides? At $80, the K760 is a bit on the expensive side, and, thanks to the row of solar cells above the keys, it's a little less portable than Apple's keyboard.

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Breakdown

Design and form factor
7.8
Portability
6.7
Ergonomics / comfort
7.2
Configurability
7.3
Tactility / button-feel
7.1
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Specs

Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

Type
Portable / handheld
Ergonomic design
Standard / straight
Number pad
None
Connection type
Wireless
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Specs

Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

Type
Portable / handheld
Ergonomic design
Standard / straight
Number pad
None
Connection type
Wireless
View Full Specs
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