World?s largest peripheral maker finally released a product that can be considered a true innovation in the peripheral space: wireless keyboard that uses solar for charging.

Under the name K750, Logitech launched an ultra-low profile keyboard, measuring only 7.5 millimeters in height. The keyboard features two strips of solar panels, capable of charging the internal battery by using nothing else but light [regardless of the way how that light is produced]. Solar panels are paired with a light sensor which detects the level of light and checks for power needed to keep the wireless connection alive.

K750 is charged using light... keyboard also features a sensor which informs you of the battery status
K750 is charged using light… keyboard also features a sensor which informs you of the battery status

The keyboard connects using the already known 2.4GHz radio frequency which Logitech likes to call "Logitech Advanced 2.4GHz".

All in all, this just may be the ticket that could increase the use of keyboards inside a home theater environment, especially if paired with a device such as GlideTV Remote. Simply put – if K750 really proves its worth in the field, the time of batteries in wireless keyboards could draw to a close.