• 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty Good

    • Written by from Victoria

    I've been using this product now for two weeks since my wired Apple keyboard succumbed to my cat chewing the cord. Thus so far seem a good product although.....there are no USB ports on this keyboard when there were two on the full Apple board, and the little support legs seem pretty weak but so far so good. No light on the caps lock is also a minor pain. We'll see how it goes! I downloaded the little "Solar App" and it is informative about battery life and light for charging. My keyboard receives no direct sunlight.

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't support TDM

    • Written by from Chatswood

    Title says all

    1 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome product but apparently no longer supported

    • Written by from Cambridge

    I bought this product in January of this year (2014). It worked great for about two months, and then it abruptly ceased being recognized by my computer. My boyfriend tried it recently with his Mac; he was able to get it to be recognized once and then never again. It is probably better to buy the newer version of this product, the K760, which appears to have bluetooth and is likely more compatible with troubleshooting.

    9 of 10 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Great at first but stopped working after a few months.

    • Written by from New York

    Like other reviews I was really happy with this keyboard for 5 months but now it won't keep a charge.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    aok

    • Written by from long beach

    Like this and the price was right. Like wireless because I find wires annoying.never had a problem with the solar power always worked. I admit I'm tough on keyboards and mice. And this took a beating from me and still worked. Wish it had usb ports like the apple keyboard. plus I need only one usb port with my mouse and keyboard.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Keyboard Rocks

    • Written by from san clemente

    I have owned this keyboard for a while now...and it does not disappoint! If you are into the "clicks of a nice keyboard" this is the one for you. LOVE this product. And I am picky with my Apple accessories. You won't be disappointed. I didn't like the keyboard that came with my iMac (sorry Apple). I love this one

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely Love it!!!

    • Written by from Seal Beach

    For anyone with a Mac, this is a great wireless key board. It is Solar so it doesn't use batteries. My office is not that bright in the day and it works great. At night it will run off my desk lamp. It comes with a USB dongle that you'll need a port for. I used the port on my Apple monitor and it works fine. Not only don't I have to worry about batteries, I don't have to worry about reconnecting the key board to my Mac under the blue tooth setup under the system preferences which I had to struggle to get to work every time I changed batteries. I am thrilled with this wireless keyboard!!!!

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    USB 3.0 vs 2.0 Issue

    • Written by from Mount Vernon

    I purchased this keyboard approximately 1 week after getting my first iMac. I struggled wight he keyboard as I noticed some keys didn't seem to be working. After researching the internet and Logitech's site, I discovered the issues were based on this keyboard being designed for a USB 2.0 and not a 3.0. And since my new iMac had 3.0, this is why it don't work. I took the keyboard back to Best Buy and explained what I had discovered to the Apple Rep there. I am still looking for a blue tooth keyboard (I don't want to waste 1 of 4 USB slots on a keyboard) that gets great reviews and has the numeric keypad and the additional page up, page down, etc keys.

    12 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Overall Good

    • Written by from Delray Beach

    I've been using this keyboard for about a year, and mostly I like it. My one complaint? You have to use a USB port for the wireless adapter. Given that modern computers all have Bluetooth, this is ridiculous.

    6 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Not bad and descent value

    • Written by from Dallas

    I use this keyboard at home for light use. I was really disappointed with the loss of the 10 key function on the newer wireless keyboards and the constant battery changing was a pain. I have had it for about a year and have never had an issue with it. It stays charged and the key response it pretty good (8 out of 10). The biggest knock on it is aesthetically; it looks a little cheap. I thought it was aluminum when I purchased it on line but it is a silver colored plastic film. It looks descent from a distance but when your close enough to use it you can tell. However, it's seem functionally sound and is inexpensive.

    4 of 4 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely a MUST buy!!!

    • Written by from Las Vegas

    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. The only feature missing is the additional USB ports on this keyboard, which is (for me) not an important issue.

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    perfect

    • Written by from New York

    perfect

    3 of 3 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great for a few months

    • Written by from Kent

    I loved this keyboard until a few months after I purchased it. Then, after charging it, random keys would become unresponsive. How can you use a keyboard when the "p" or "w" key stops working? It got worse when the command or option keys became unresponsive. Sometimes the keyboard would work again if I took the battery out and waited and hour or TWO.
    The software for the k750 (Solar.app) spams the console with around 15 messages per second. This can accumulate on your hard drive quickly and quitting the app doesn't stop the process. Logitech Control center spams you with popups to register your product (and Logitech surveys) but the K750 and/or the K750 keyboard/mouse combo isn't even listed in their drop down list of choices.
    Don't bother wasting your money.

    11 of 12 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Surprisingly Awesome

    • Written by from Fort Worth

    I'm a heavy spreadsheet user and needed a keyboard for my new Mac Mini. I looked at the wireless Apple Keyboards but couldn't find one with the number pad.

    I found the Logitech K750 but was weary of the "solar" charging system. I bought the keyboard and was pleasantly surprised with the feel of the keys and the response of the keyboard. The keyboard works as-soon-as the computers starts; response time is immediate. My concern for the solar charging has diminished.

    I love this keyboard and, most of all, the price!

    6 of 7 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Okay, until it decides to no longer function!

    • Written by from Sanger

    I absolutely loved loved loved this keyboard when I first purchased it…FIRST purchased it. I type for at least 6-7 hours a day (medical transcription) and I loved how the keys felt and the 10-key pad was awesome. However, literally three months after purchase it became very temperamental with battery life and not having enough light and so on and so forth. Five months into using the keyboard, it just stopped working one day….won't take a charge, nothing! Yes, now I am out $60!! I did not return this through Apple, as I purchased it directly through Logitech and I am just too busy to sit on hold with Logitech for who knows how long over $60. Soooooo…..I am still on the hunt for the ever-elusive "perfect" keyboard! My apple wireless keyboard is awesome, but no 10-key..

    32 of 33 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Keyboard

    • Written by from Johnson City

    I bought this keyboard back in July for using my MBP Retina in Clamshell mode. I've had no issues and absolutely love it. The tactile feel of the keys is great and is similar to the built in keyboard. No issues with solar power. I have one small light in my office and a couple of lamps. Always fully charged with a green light when I check. I have nothing negative to say about this keyboard. If apple would have had a wireless keyboard with a number pad then maybe I would have bought it but with this one, I don't need one from Apple. The keys all work great and are designed for Mac. I actually bought this before my new MBP ever came and it worked fine on my PC too. Again, can't go wrong with this keyboard.

    11 of 11 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product, but some drawbacks.

    • Written by from Newtown

    I bought this because I needed a new keyboard. It's appearance and build are solid, near-apple quality, and the keys are almost identical to an Apple keyboard and it worked great, but I'm just not sure I get the concept of a wireless keyboard. A keyboard just sits on your desk next to your computer... why does a wire matter? Not having a wire creates its own issues... now the keyboard has to be powered somehow, so Logitech has wisely included solar panels on it to charge it. Nice idea, but now I have to turn on a light to use my keyboard if the room is kind of dim. Also, I'm losing the 2 USB ports which are normally on an Apple keyboard (the keyboard being wireless doesn't save a port because it needs a USB dongle to work). In addition, they suggest you install an app to monitor the keyboard charge level, an app which has terrible reviews in the App Store... search for it if you want to see. So, in order to eliminate one wire, the keyboard complexity is increased with the app and solar panels. It just makes no sense to me... just keep the wire! In addition, I was having computer issues so I had to boot from a DVD... holding down "C" while booting didn't work with this keyboard, so I ended up having to set up the DVD as a startup disk, which worked, but is a poor solution. After trying to restore my system from a backup, I was faced with a kernel panic. Suddenly there was no way to designate a startup disk or boot from the DVD, so I had to get my Apple "wired" keyboard and hook it up just so I could boot from the DVD! I'm pretty sure that was another problem caused by the wireless aspect.

    69 of 90 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    The keyboard Apple should have built...

    • Written by from Escondido

    Was hesitant to pick this up because I thought it might be of lower quality than a nice Apple aluminum keyboard. To be sure, it's not aluminum, but that hasn't bothered me or my aesthetic sensibilities one bit. And it feels like a quality keyboard.

    The Pros:
    - First and foremost, it has a 10-key section.. an absolute must
    - Great typing touch/feel
    - No wires
    - Solar... (big plus for me)
    - Lays flat if you want it to and is fairly thin.

    Only thing's I would change:
    - Caps lock indicator
    - aluminum body
    - bluetooth (instead of the USB wireless system)
    - Supporting software (solar app) needs to be updated as it it needlessly "spams the console log". (Don't bother installing it, as it is hard to uninstall and you don't need it.)

    If Apple had built it, they would NOT have botched the app... and it would have been aluminum and Bluetooth. Come on, Tim... You like spreadsheets, don't you!?!?

    All in all, I love this keyboard as it has met my biggest need/want to have a 10 key on a wireless keyboard... and it's solar! Yes, there's room for improvement but at $60 it's a great value.

    70 of 71 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    A little over-rated

    • Written by from Bryant

    I'd not buy another one; Keys have nice feedback and action; my kingdom for backlighting.

    Works fine enough but it's been about 6 months and now it's being a bit of a princess about battery power and available light. It takes an oddly long time to recharge even in direct sunlight. What are powering up here? Once it hits about 5%, it pretty much punts. A little (I mean occasional) lag but not enough to consider it a liability. Does NOT have a CAPS LOCK indicator or light or anything that give you feedback. Had to spend a buck at the AppStore. It's not the money, it's the fact that such an elementary item was omitted. Frustrating and finicky control panel.

    It's good at best. But let's be honest, it's a keyboard.

    63 of 66 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works exactly how you'd expect - even in low light!

    • Written by from Eugene

    So happy with this. Much easier to type on than the default keyboards, no need for batteries, and still has all the right function keys for OSX. Not to mention it's sleek, think and goes well with my Mac desktop.

    17 of 17 people found this useful