NEWARK, USA – Computer accessories maker Logitech has launched the new Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 for Mac, iPad and iPhone.
The K760 is powered by light, whether coming from the sun or just a table lamp or similar sources. Once fully charged, the keyboard can work for a minimum of three months’ time (average eight-hours a day), even in total darkness.
The light-powered keyboard comes with built-in Bluetooth which allows to pair up itself with three of the Apple devices at once and switch among them with just a push of a button, so users do not have to go through the hassle of reconnecting every time.
The Wireless Solar Keyboard is very slim and of minimalist design which attaches to the iPad by means of a clever magnetic clip and protects it against damage with ultra thin screen cover in the front. Additionally, the instant on/off wakes the iPad when folio is opened and sends it to sleep right away as it is closed.
It is designed to give a comfortable, speedy and quiet typing along with precision. Furthermore, it provides two viewing options, entertainment mode and typing mode, which allow the user to adjust the tablet accordingly on the multiview stand.
Logitech’s new Wireless Solar Keyboard will be released in America and Europe some time during June for a price of $79.99.