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Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard PCWorld Downloads Editor Laura Blackwell:

A wired keyboard is just another way for me to knock things off my desk. But most wireless keyboards require batteries, and batteries die.

The sun is much more reliable, and that makes my Logitech K750 wireless solar keyboard all the more useful.

The K750’s tiny solar panels slurp the light from the window or even the overhead bulbs and store it for typing fuel. A button brings up the free Logitech Solar App (installed separately) to tell me when I should leave my keyboard a little closer to the light during lunchtime or on my day off.

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