Wireless keyboards are pretty handy if you like uncluttered desktops, but they come with a glaring downside: they run out of juice eventually, so you’re regularly going to have to connect charging cables. Last year, Logitech announced a way to get around that little problem by launching the K750, a wireless keyboard that rocks several solar panels on top that allows it to work and charge continuously without having to connect a charging cable. Recently, Logitech introduced a new model for Mac users. The Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac is basically the same solar-powered animal, but redesigned with a Mac-specific keyboard layout.
The K750 is designed to run off ambient light so you really don’t have to take this kit outdoors to charge. The battery’s good to last for up to three months in total darkness, and comes with a solar power app for monitoring the charge levels.
This version is also available in five colors, adding four new color variants to the Mac version.
The K750 for Mac is now available in the US and Europe for $60.