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"\"\\\"\\\\\\\"Logitech may be hard at the office on iOS accessories and certainly one of their latest additions - the Wireless Solar Keyboard (K760) is certainly no different. . . .\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nNeedless to say, Logitech has developed yet another impressive keyboard that is not only Apple-friendly, but user-friendly as well. In fact, the keyboard looks very just like Apple\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s own Bluetooth keyboard, but adds a solar panel towards the top which gives power towards the keyboard by any form of light indoors, outdoors, low or bright lamps. So if you\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ve your iPhone, iPad and Mac all synced up, you can easily click on a control button to get in touch to one of those devices with out to disconnect.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nMy one concern is always that due to the added solar panel, the keyboard feels a tad large, which keeps it from truly feeling like a portable device. In fact, the laptop keyboard looks very just like Apple\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s own Bluetooth keyboard, but adds a solar panel at the very top which gives power to the keyboard by any form of light indoors, outdoors, low or bright lamps. In fact, laptop keyboards looks very similar to Apple\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s own Bluetooth keyboard, but adds a solar panel at the pinnacle which supplies power towards the keyboard by any form of light indoors, outdoors, low or bright lamps. You\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ll also get some media keys towards the top and an iOS-styled on\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/off switch.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nThis $799 keyboard is sleek, sexy and looks fantastic next to a apple product whether it is an iPad or Mac. . . In fact, the keyboard looks very much like Apple\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s own Bluetooth keyboard, but adds a solar panel towards the top which provides power towards the keyboard by any form of light indoors, outdoors, low or bright lamps. Fortunately, the keyboard are at the least, pretty slim, and I found it to feel pretty comfortable, having its concave and clicky keys.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nThough you can in fact utilize the keyboard with any bluetooth enabled device, it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s obviously intended for Apple products, as you\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ll see familiar keys such as Brightness, Eject, Command and others. In fact, the laptop keyboard looks very just like Apple\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s own Bluetooth keyboard, but adds a solar panel at the pinnacle which provides power towards the keyboard by any form of light indoors, outdoors, low or jogos para tablet bright lamps. Logitech says the keyboard, when fully powered, could work for up to a minimum of three months, even in darkness, and after having tested laptop keyboards for any variety of weeks, can honestly say that there\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s still plenty of juice left.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nBesides it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s highly appealing look and solar-powered capabilities, what also jumps out at me may be the power to sync approximately three devices, that can be mapped towards the 1-2-3 keys that are found under the solar panel. In fact, the laptop keyboard looks very similar to Apple\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s own Bluetooth keyboard, but adds a solar panel at the very top which gives power towards the keyboard by any form of light indoors, outdoors, low or bright lamps. You\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ll also acquire some media keys towards the top plus an iOS-styled on\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/off switch.\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\\\nNeedless to say, Logitech has developed yet another impressive keyboard which is not only Apple-friendly, but user-friendly as well. . . For any Mac\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\/iOS user needing a wireless keyboard, the K760 gets a high recommendation from me.\\\\\\\"\\\"\"