Archive for the 'Wireless Keyboard' Category
Logitech has launched its latest technology in the form of a Illuminated Keyboard that is optimized for Microsoft’s new operating system Windows 8, complete with shortcut keys. The Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 actually works with Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating system, pairing with up to three devices simultaneously, letting you switch among your Windows 8 PC, iPad and android phone at the push of a button without any hassle.
iOGear has just released its latest mini wireless keyboard dubbed as iOGear GKM571R. This gadget has an optical trackball and scroll wheel with a 1200 dpi sensor, a no slip rubber coating to help you type and use the controller without slippage and 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity. Other features of the iOGear GKM571R included are LED backlighting for mobile content management in the halls of light or darkness, a dust cover, PS3 and Xbox 360 compatibility. This gadget battery life is unknown but it is expected to be release on the market later this year with a price tag of $99.
We have seen too many wireless keyboards this year, but this latest wireless keyboard by Logitech was completely different and it’s called Logitech K750 Solar-powered keyboard. It is a power saving keyboard that comes with two solar panels that collect and store the energy inside its built-in battery and can keep this keyboard powered for up to four months. It uses 2.4 GHz advanced RF USB adapter that is based on Logitech’s Unifying receiver so you can use this receiver with five additional devices and It’s also the company’s first light-powered keyboard. It has a thickness of 1/3 inch and features Logitech Incurve keys™ that support the shape of your fingertips, while helping guide your fingers to the right keys. As for compatibility, the Logitech K750 supports both Windows and Mac. The Logitech K750 solar keyboard is expected to come out in North America this November with a price tag of $80.