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.
Excerpt: Replaced a wired iMac keyboard and he loved it. Bluetooth and comfortable keyboard that does not require replacing the batteries since this keyboard runs on integrated rechargeable batteries that are keep charred via the built-in solar panel.
Summary: If money were no object, I would buy the much more attractive Apple keyboard. But money is an object, and this has solar charging. Awesome. I've been using this for a couple of weeks and really like it. The good: 1) Solar charging. I'm not close to a window and this thing is still always charged.
Summary: Length:: 1:51 Mins Here is a quick video review on the wireless bluetooth logitech K760 solar keyboard. I also do a side by side compare of it to the Apple Wireless bluetooth keyboard also. Overall it is a great keyboard and very similar in weight to the Apple keyboard.
Excerpt: I like having the feature of linking up to 3 devices to the keyboard. My old bluetooth keyboard would not talk to my iphone. This one will, which is great in the event I forget to bring my ipad to a meeting. I can use the same App to take notes on my iphone, but use the keyboard to type the notes.
Pros: Comfortable Design, Easy To Clean, Great Features, Highly Compatible, Quiet, Reliable Performance
Summary: I never thought I'd buy any brand but Apple. This keyboard has been working better than the Apple wireless keyboard which dropped connection with MacBook and mouse all the time. This looks great, but is not aluminum, it's plastic. But, I haven't had any issues with the quality so far.
Summary: This is a great bluetooth keyboard that lets you connect to three different devices. Though keep in mind you can't connect all at once. What I mean is when you connect to device #2 you will disconnect from device #1, or #3 for instance. I've used it with my older MacBook Pro, PS3 and Apple TV.