Solar-powered keyboard has enough juice for three months

Logitech, makers of some of the best computer peripherals ever has something new that's so ingenious, you'll wonder why no one else thought of it first. Introducing a keyboard that has two integrated solar panels instead of using batteries. Who do we thank for making keyboards greener?

At a mere 0.33-inches thick, Logitech's Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 is poised to save you lots of money that would have been spent on batteries. The keyboard recharges itself when exposed to sun light. Logitech says that it wanted to design a keyboard that worked "even in areas where there is little light - think winter in the Arctic Circle." With that said, the K750 keyboard can operate for up to three months in total darkness. That's months, not days.

The keyboard costs $80 and is available on Logitech's online store. We like the idea of not having to swap batteries in our wireless devices — it lets us go green while saving money! When can we have a solar-powered wireless mouse?

Logitech, via Geek

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