Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

A$99.95

3.5 out of 5 stars

Based on 27 reviews

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Product Information

  • Overview

    The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 is ideal for typing at home, in the office, and on the go. Able to self-charge wherever there’s light—low light or lamp light, indoors or out—this keyboard works for at least three months when fully charged, even in total darkness.

    Wireless convenience

    The easy-switching Bluetooth connection makes typing on your Mac and then switching to typing on your iPad or iPhone as quick and simple as pushing a button.

    Superior ease and comfort

    The perfect match for your Mac, the keyboard offers a familiar layout with all the keys you expect—Command, Brightness, and Eject keys and more. The slim, minimalist design goes wherever you go with your Mac, iPad or iPhone. And the unique Logitech concave key design delivers fast, quiet typing.

  • Highlights

    • Powered by any light, indoors and out, wherever you go
    • Bluetooth wireless connection eliminates cords and clutter
    • Easy one-key switching from Mac to iPad or iPhone typing
    • Familiar layout with Mac keys in all the right places
    • Compact, slim style to match your Apple favorites
    • Logitech concave key caps for faster, quieter typing
  • Did you notice?

    Any light source charges the keyboard and you can type on it for at least three months on a full charge—even in complete darkness.
  • Apple Recommends For

    Faster, easier typing and web navigation without wires or battery hassles wherever you use your Mac, iPad, or iPhone.
  • What's in the Box?

    • Logitech Bluetooth Wireless Solar Keyboard K760
  • Tech Specs

    • Connections: Bluetooth 2.0, Wireless
    • Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
    • Height: 6.65 in./16.9 cm
    • Width: 1.46 in./3.7 cm
    • Weight: 2.21 lb./1 kg
    • Length: 12.2 in./31 cm
  • Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    • Mfr. Part Number: 920-003885
    • UPC or EAN No.: 097855085146

    Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products

    • Note: Apple's One Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer - Please see your product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer's warranty are in addition, and not instead of, any rights that you have under consumer protection laws.

Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.5 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Not a bad keyboard, but with caveats.

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    I was VERY excited when I saw this keyboard, in fact it was just minutes after seeing it that I ordered it.
    I had the larger of t I was VERY excited when I saw this keyboard, in fact it was just minutes after seeing it that I ordered it.
    I had the larger of the Logitech solar keyboards, it was just too big for my liking but I loved the feel and no batteries for life is a great selling point.

    So I bought this one straight away.

    I like this keyboard but it does not have the same feel as the larger Logitech keyboard had. I would think they would be EXACTLY alike, but not at all.

    Also this one is MUCH noisier to type on. The keys feel a bit mushy compared to my Apple aluminum BT key...compared to the larger solar too.

    I like the idea of switching from device to device with the stroke of a key, but I actually use my function keys in my day-to-day workflow and need all of them so I switched the "special Bluetooth" keys back to regular F keys. This can be done by holding the "fn" key down (never known what the heck that was for...lol). I thought that that was very thoughtfully executed.

    Its larger brother also had little kickstand feet on the bottom that you could flip out in order to angle the keyboard at you, not here,so the key angle is at a slightly different grade then I'm used to. I'm sure something I will get used to, but...

    If it were a debate in my mind between the two, the Apple aluminum keyboard and this, the Apple would win hands down.

    But they aren't perfect either. The battery life on the Apple is absolutely horrible. And rechargeables barely get over a 60% battery life registry even if they come right out of the charger.

    I'm typing this review on the Logitech and I'm going to keep it for now, but I'm also wondering if it won't wind up on ebay in a month.

    Major update!!!

    Keyboard is boxed back up and I'm back to my Apple aluminum wired keyboard on my second computer and the mini aluminum BT keyboard on the main computer.

    There were a few deal breakers that sorta made the choice easier. But the main glaring one was that upon every restart the keyboard would default back to the state of the first three function keys being Bluetooth 1-2-3 and the keyboard required pairing upon every restart...NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!!!

    Besides nothing feels like an Apple keyboard to me anyway.

    • Written by from Schenectady

    218 of 248 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Not a bad keyboard, but with caveats.
  • 5 stars from a skeptic

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    As a critical consumer with a taste for quality, I often return gadgets for reasons of poor design or shoddy materials. I have a f As a critical consumer with a taste for quality, I often return gadgets for reasons of poor design or shoddy materials. I have a few of the Apple wireless bluetooth keyboards which are awesome (like most Apple hardware) for the compact form and sturdy build, but their short battery life causes headaches with the flashing "low battery" indications and frequent search for fresh cells. I decided to try this solar board, half expecting to encounter a poorly implemented connectivity process or an annoying, squishy plastic touch.

    As it turns out, the K760 bluetooth setup went more smoothly than the Apple keyboards! I've tried both models back and forth to confirm this. The K760 also has an additional feature I hadn't expected; There are three hotkeys to switch between host devices (iPad/iPhone/Mac/etc), and it jumps between them in less than two seconds consistently. The K760 feels slightly different from the Apple wireless but more similar than in comparison to any other keyboard I've tried. The K760's keys depress slightly further; the touch is not quite as firm as the Apple but not by much; the clicking noise is a bit brighter and louder, but I'm being nit-picky with these criticisms.

    I'm giving my  keyboards away and sticking to this one.

    • Written by from Charlestown

    175 of 183 people found this useful

    Was this useful? 5 stars from a skeptic
  • Solar powered Keyboard...

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    The keyboard is slightly larger than Apple's Bluetooth keyboard. The depth is about 2 inches larger, and this area is taken up wit The keyboard is slightly larger than Apple's Bluetooth keyboard. The depth is about 2 inches larger, and this area is taken up with the solar cells. The key layout, and key size are very similar. The key tops have a slightly deeper curve, and the keystroke is slightly longer. Since the "feel" of a keyboard is subjective and hard to describe, I will only say the is similar to the Apple'a keyboard. Most of the key functions are the same as Apple's with the exceptions noted on Logitech's WEB page. The Bluetooth connection feature is really nice. It is easy to setup, and in my brief experience so far, it works very well. The keyboard is plastic, with non-skid feet. The power switch is on right top, just under the solar array. It's clearly marked, and it's easy to see if the keyboard is "ON" or "OFF", unlike the push button the the Apple Keyboard. The indicator LEDs for the Bluetooth keys, caps lock and power functions come on only for a few seconds and go off (to save power I assume). So, keep this in mind. If your Caps lock key has been pressed, after a few seconds the LED indicator will go off, even though the Caps lock is still active.

    The solar cells charging feature is really smart, having to continually replace batteries is something that we all could do without. Since I haven't had this keyboard long enough to fully evaluate it, I can't say how well this feature will work over time. There are two internal rechargeable batteries that maintain power when a light source is too dim or not present. Nothing is mentioned as to what type of rechargeable batteries these are, or what there life expectancy is. From what is shown in the manual, I would bet that one could replace them if needed.

    Overall, I like the keyboard, and the Bluetooth and Solar features. Time will tell how well it performs. It is a bit pricy, but it also has some unique features to offer.

    RC

    • Written by from Casselberry

    153 of 159 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Solar powered Keyboard...
  • Logitech Bluetooth wireless solar keyboard

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I find this keyboard excellent. Have just taken it overseas with me and put it on bus window ledge in sun for recharging. Probab I find this keyboard excellent. Have just taken it overseas with me and put it on bus window ledge in sun for recharging. Probably only negative is its ease of carrying. I made a case, but it packed easily in my suitcase. I also use it with my iPhone. Highly recommended.

    • Written by from Toowoomba
    Was this useful? Logitech Bluetooth wireless solar keyboard
  • Excellent Keyboard when on Sale

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bought this keyboard a while back for $55, at that price it's an excellent purchase. The build quality is great, and it's also one Bought this keyboard a while back for $55, at that price it's an excellent purchase. The build quality is great, and it's also one of the nicer looking non-apple keyboards out there.

    Never runs out of charge ever. At retail price it isn't a terrible deal If you consider you'll need to purchase rechargeable batteries/charger with a regular Apple Keyboard.

    But still your best bet is to find it on sale, generally you can find these for the same price as the Wireless Apple Keyboard or cheaper..

    The keys don't feel as premium as a wireless Apple keyboard, but in my opinion It's not a deal breaker, they are overall great quality.

    • Written by from Calgary

    1 of 1 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Excellent Keyboard when on Sale
  • Solar charging works well, however keys lose their symbols quickly

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    My family has used this keyboard on our iMac for almost two years. As I use Apple's bluetooth HID's on my Mac Pro, I wasn't made a My family has used this keyboard on our iMac for almost two years. As I use Apple's bluetooth HID's on my Mac Pro, I wasn't made aware until a few months into use that the keys quickly began to lose their symbols/lettering. I phoned Logitech customer support who graciously and quickly sent a replacement. However, even after being informed that they are aware older "batches" had this defect, the replacement keyboard began fading within a few weeks. Now commonly used keys are completely blank. No harsh cleaning solvents are used, no liquids or spills or hand lotions/sanitizers. It seems Logitech utilizes a very weak "painting" process. None of my Apple keyboards have ever experienced such a matter. I'm now in the process of replacing it with an Apple bluetooth keyboard and numeric trackpad combination.

    • Written by from Pittsford

    2 of 2 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Solar charging works well, however keys lose their symbols quickly

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