Summary: I purchased this keyboard on a Sunday afternoon. I was surprised to find that I could use this keyboard right after removing it from the box. I notice that the physical layout of the keys is somewhat better than it is with the standard Apple keyboard because of the spacing between the keys. The feel of this keyboard is also better. I find it comforting to know that this keyboard will charge in any form of light a well.
Summary: This is the best keyboard I have ever owned by far. Here are some of my past keyboards: Das Keyboard (Clicky Edition) G15 original Dell QuietKey This keyboard is incredibly fast to type on and doesn't miss a beat. Both my Das Keyboard and my Dell QuietKey miss keystrokes all the time. The K750 is a champion. Wireless without having to recharge is the most elegant solution possible.
Summary: It does what it says as far as not needing a battery, I had no trouble with it working and holding a charge. The keyboard however has lots of problems. Primarily is the shoddy workmanship and quality of the keys themselves. I took it right from the box and set it on my desk. The first day the plus sign key came completely off. Although It fit right back on the materials seem very cheap. Also the 1 button became stuck somewhere in the first week.
Summary: Bought the keyboard, in Jan 2011, to use in the office. When I received it, the '2' key on the num pad would not work. I contacted Logitech and they sent me a new one. Jump ahead to Aug of 2013, the left 'Alt' key stopped working. Now, November, the keyboard wont work at all. You cannot replace the battery, so I'm stuck with a dead keyboard. Skip the solar power gimmick and buy a replaceable battery model.
Well... at least it is a full sized wireless keyboard that is Mac Compatible.
R. Surber, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I was very anxious to get this keyboard for my Mac as it was the only fully sized keyboard that I could find that was also wireless... I just received it today, so I will update this review if anything changes. My first thoughts are... gosh, I REALLY miss my aluminum full sized keyboard from Apple. That keyboard was more silent and the keys pressed with less pressure. This thing feels as if each key is sitting atop a spring board set in a sponge.
Summary: I needed a numpad, but because I have a big Wacom Cintiq 24HD I didn't want to have to run a wire around it. Apple doesn't sell a wireless full keyboard with a numpad, so I bought this. I've almost always been happy with Logitech so I figured it wasn't much of a risk. I actually wound up preferring this keyboard to the Apple one. No cable, no batteries, and I prefer the typing feel of the Logitech.
Replacement for Apple Keyboard (this one is Solar Powered), Good Value
3 weeks ago
Summary: This was a replacement for my wife's MAC desktop small wireless keyboard which died. I got it primarily because it was a full size keyboard and was solar powered, on the previous keyboard the batteries had leaked all over the inside and probably contributed to its demise. This one works like a champ and even though it is in a dimly lit room it maintains its 100% charge. The keys work as you would expect and I have had no problems with it.
Summary: then it won't hold a charge. I charge it like crazy: putting it in the windowsill, under a halogen counter light, etc, and no matter what the battery level says it's down to under 20% within a day or two. Very frustrating. I don't even know if I'll bother contacting customer support since it doesn't look like they're very supportive, based on the forum posts I've seen. I may be saying goodbye to Logitech and looking elsewhere.