Fremont, Calif. - Logitech today unveiled a solar-powered keyboard that can be powered by indoor light.

 K750
The wireless solar keyboard K750, the company's first light-powered keyboard, has an integrated solar panel and lighted power indicator.

An included solar power app, available for download beginning Nov. 15 on Logitech's website, features a lux meter to measure illumination levels for proper charging and offers at-a-glance information about battery levels and power, complete with power alerts. Logitech said a fully charged keyboard will work for up to three months in total darkness.

The keyboard boasts a 1/3-inch-thick profile with rounded edges, and Logitech's Incurve keys, which are concave to support the shape of a user's fingertips.

"The keyboard is still the best input device for typing emails and IMs, updating your Facebook page or posting responses to your favorite blogs -- and the Logitech wireless solar keyboard K750 is the next big innovation in keyboard technology," said Denis Pavillard, product marketing VP for Logitech's keyboards and desktops. "Plus, with its PVC-free construction and fully recyclable packaging, it's designed to minimize its footprint."

The K750 ships with Logitech's 2.4GHz wireless Unifying receiver that offers 128-bit AES encryption.

The keyboard is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe this month for a suggested retail of $79.99.
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