Monday, November 1, 2010

Green with Solar-Powered Keyboard

Logitech goes green with solar-powered keyboard

Nov. 1, 2010 - Logitech has decided to offer up a keyboard that is as green as they come. As well as using no PVC in its construction the K750 is wireless, but requires no batteries.

Logitech has bypassed the need for batteries by introducing two integrated solar panels at the top corners of the keyboard. If you think that means limited usage, or a requirement to type while sitting in the sun, think again. Logitech claim 3 months of usage in total darkness on a full charge.

Charging occurs in most lighting conditions, so you never need to sit in the sun to get a charge. Use the keyboard in a typical daylight situation, or at night under your room lights, and it will start charging itself. There’s also a Solar App you can download telling you how much charge is left and how much your current lighting situation is helping with a recharge. {read rest}

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