Solar Keyboard from Logitech

Solar Keyboard from Logitech 1

The new Wireless Solar K760 keyboard computer Mac, but for iPad and iPhone presented by Logitech. The K760, continuing the tradition of the company’s devices, solar charge – which began with the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 and continued with the Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio for iPad – and now offers wireless Bluetooth very easy to change the connection between different  Apple devices . 

The new keyboard is connected to several devices at once and we just select with the touch of a button, what exactly will communicate. 

” The laptops, smartphones and the tablets are no longer used anywhere and at work and in our entertainment, “explained Denis Pavillard, vice utilitarian design of Logitech. 

And because this new trend of users of Apple devices hold the reigns, our company is targeted to improve the user experience and how their owners use them. Especially our new model, the Logitech Wireless Solar K760, with solar panel charging, the key layout that follows the familiar patterns of Macintosh computers and design, providing great ease of use, is ideal for any Apple device holder anywhere the world . ” The K760 is very compact and elegant, while the integrated solar panels ensure trouble-free of charge. 

Bluetooth wireless technology available, offers easy selection between up to 3 different devices without having any time to create a new connection. This means that you can use to typing on a Mac computer and then with a push button, type in the iPhone or iPad us, and again with a touch of going back to Mac! The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 is ideally suited to the style of Apple, as it follows the minimalist form. Course has specialized keys for Mac, such as Command, the Brightness, the Eject. The keyboard takes a special hollow design of the Logitech keyboard for comfortable and quiet use, resulting in a much faster typing precision than we achieve with the virtual keyboards on touch screens.


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