Celebrate Energy Awareness Month with Logitech’s Solar-Powered Products

With autumn in full swing, are you taking advantage of the daylight while it lasts? October is energy awareness month in the U.S., which is a good reminder that your day-to-day energy choices do make an impact. For an easy way to use solar power at home, in the office, and on-the-go, check out some of Logitech’s products.

If you have a third-generation iPad or iPad 2 and are looking for protection and functionality, the Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio for iPad is the perfect choice. Its built-in keyboard connects to your iPad through Bluetooth®, and it’s powered by light – low light and lamp light, indoors and out. Fully powered, you can type on it for two years, even in complete darkness. With two views – entertainment mode and typing mode – plus a range of chic colors to fit your style – this keyboard looks great while bringing convenience to your iPad.

The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 and Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 for Mac are compatible with your desktop computer and will work for at least three months on a full charge after being charged from lamplight or sunlight. These keyboards are only 1/3-inch thick, and the Mac version features the familiar Mac layout. Plus, Logitech’s Solar App helps you track your keyboard’s power, letting you know how much power your light source is providing at any time.

For a similar but more portable device, check out the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760. Also powered by indoor or outdoor light, this device sports an easy-switch Bluetooth feature that allows you to connect up to three devices simultaneously and makes typing on your Mac and switching to type on your iPad or iPhone as simple and easy as pushing a button. From the PVC-free construction to the fully recyclable box, the K760 is designed to reduce its environmental footprint.

How are you promoting energy-saving practices in your home, office, or while on the go this month and throughout the year? Let us know in the comments below.


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