This $42 wireless keyboard never needs to be recharged

Wireless Keyboard

Why would you ever use a keyboard that needs to be recharged or has batteries that need to be swapped? There’s a better way, people, and it comes courtesy of Logitech. The Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard is available in either a Windows configuration or a Mac configuration and it’s powered by light. Any light will do, of course, not just sunlight. That means anytime the keyboard is in a room with the lights on, which is 100% of the time while you’re using it, the K750 is being recharged. It’s awesome, and it starts at under $42 for the Windows version.

Here are some key details from the product page:

  • Solar-powered keyboard: No battery hassles - any light source keeps your keyboard charged for at least three months in total darkness
  • Only 1/3-inch thick: Ultra-thin design adds sleek style to your workspace
  • Feel-good typing: Logitech-only concave key cap design for faster, quieter, more comfortable typing
  • Powerful 2.4 GHz wireless: Enjoy a reliable connection using a tiny Logitech Unifying receiver that stays in your computer
  • System Requirements-Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, or MacOS. Light source from sunlight and/or indoor lighting

Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750: $41.31

Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard for Mac — Solar Recharging, Mac-Friendly Keyboard, 2.4G…: $56.79

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