Reviews and Problems with Logitech Wireless Solar K760
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Great Solor Panel Keyboard
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I got to say the price i got this keyboard was worth ever cent all i have to do is charge it by the sun no more battery's. I use it for all my linux needs and not just for mac as long as you have bluetooth youll be fine and mostly everthing these days have bluetooth. and also phones should all be solor panel to but what can you do all and all the logitech keyboard is all aluminum they make it allmost simaler to the apple keyboards but my opinion there made better built...
Excerpt: The Logitech K760 Wireless Solar Keyboard is a fantastic product that works nearly effortlessly. It is solar powered only. This means no batteries to replace or recharge ever. It also synched easily with my new iPad Air through bluetooth, and wakes it up by hitting any key. It has a power switch so you can conserve its small reserve solar power capacity. I have not tried it with my bluetooth capable laptop yet, but I am sure it will work just fine.
Excerpt: "Easy to use, would be the best thing I could tell someone about the K760 keyboard. Easy to connect, and stay connected to my iPhone or my iPad. The solar panel does not require much light to power the keyboard. I have found the light from my iPad can supply sufficient light to keep the keyboard powered up. Logitech did this thing right!
Excerpt: Purchased this wireless solar keyboard to use with my iPad and iPhone as well as my husband's iPad and it works flawlessly. So much easier to do emails than using the built-in keyboard on the iPad or the small characters on the iPhone. Connecting to the devices took seconds and it's easy to switch the keyboard between devices.
IMPORTANT: Software support for this product is crappy.
6 April 2014
Summary: I bought this product and realized that Cmd-shift-tab interrupts Cmd-tab. In other words, when switching between windows, you can only go in one direction. Toggling the shift key causes an interruption and breaks out of the application switcher resulting in a very frustrating user experience. Logitech has been made aware of this problem more than 8 months ago but they have so far not provided any solution. The link to the forum is right below.
Summary: I've been using an Apple wireless keyboard for 3 years and I love it but I dropped it and the on/off button has been wonky ever since. I'm also really tired of buying batteries since I use my computer every day all day. This seemed like the perfect solution and so far I'm happy with it. It came already charged 58% so I was able to use it out of the box, set up took about 30 seconds. I've used Logitech devices in the past and they have been consistently good.