Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Powered Keyboard - Silver - £39.99 @ Argos
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Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Powered Keyboard - Silver - £39.99 @ Argos

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Found 14th Jan 2014
This Silver Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Powered Keyboard is a fantastic piece of technology. It can charge itself and stay charged for up to 3 months with no battery changes needed. With the concave key cap design you will enjoy a faster, quieter, feel good typing experience. With a cool design as well it will brighten up your desktop.

This light-powered keyboard charges itself whenever there's light-and stays charged for at least three months, even in total darkness. Plus, the free Solar App provides a fun, handy lux meter and more, so you always know how much power you have. At only 7.5mm thick, it looks good whether you've got a laptop or a desktop.

NO BATTERIES REQUIRED, EVER!!

RRP Over £60++

USB connectivity.
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
EAN: 5099206032156.

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Thanks for sharing, I've added the price and retailer name to your deals … Thanks for sharing, I've added the price and retailer name to your deals title and an image to your OP.Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips on thread posting.

Thanks Millarcat, I realised I forgot include the retailer, so I edited the post, with the few more details, thanks for the pic though.

This keyboard is terrible, I have one that is now a paperweight. Does not charge at all which is a common fault on it, just search the net.

Seriously a solar powered keyboard? I am a great fan of solar - have a solar watch, solar lighting on the house, etc. But how can this possibly get enough light?

Also, it will have a battery in it that stores the "solar" charge.
Edited by: "matedodgy" 14th Jan 2014

the black version is only £25 in Tesco

Great keyboard and lasts for weeks without any light source. Here in Ireland it generally stays around 85% in winter with terrible ambient lighting and just leave it out on the window sill some night or day to charge it back up fully. If its not holding a charge it most likely just needs a new battery of this kind. Think i paid £32 for mine about 2 years ago so they do go cheaper.

Deedie

the black version is only £25 in Tesco



Bought one for that price in the Culverhouse Cross store, Cardiff. It's been great so far.
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