Logitech K760 Compact Mac, iPad, iPhone Wireless Solar Keyboard

Logitech is expending its line of solar keyboard today with its latest offering, the K760 Wireless Solar Keyboard made for Mac, iPad and iPhone. The K760 is the Bluetooth compact equivalent of Logitech's K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard, and can easily remain powered by low indoor lighting while recharging its internal battery that can last up to three months in total darkness thanks to the sensitive solar panel. Logitech's K760 Wireless Solar Keyboard features a slim, minimalist design and Mac-specific keys, including Command, Brightness, Eject and more. The unique Logitech concave key design gives you more comfortable and quiet typing, and offers more speed and precision than typing on an on-screen keyboard. 

With the K760's Bluetooth connectivity you'll be able to pair up to three devices at once while instantly being able to switch from one to the other with the push of a button. The K760 Solar Wireless Keyboard will only be available in silver. It's now available to pre-order at $79.99 with an early June release date.

Woom, The Convertible iPad 2 Keyboard Case

Woom has just started its Kickstarter project in hopes that its convertible keyboard case for the iPad 2 can become a reality. Despite the looks, the Woom isn't another aluminum case. It's made out of durable polycarbonate construction with a concealed, ultra-slim rechargeable Bluetooth keyboard in its base that opens up like a cash register to reveal itself to your fingers. Want to put that ultra-slim Bluetooth keyboard to other uses? No problem, it's fully detachable like the iPad 2 itself and can be paired with any compatible Bluetooth device. The Woom reminds me little of Zagg's Folio keyboard case, only that the Woom looks like it took some illegal steroids because it packs more features like 360 degree rotatable angle for portrait and landscape viewing orientations, and many levels of viewing angles.

The Woom doesn't come cheap though. For all that chunk inside that cover, the Woom will set you back $89. And that's only the pre-ordering price. Head on over to Kickstarter for more.

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Logitech Outs Keyboard Case For Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

It's about time other tablets other than the iPad 2 get showered with some loving accessories like this one. The Logitech Keyboard Case for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, a Bluetooth keyboard case that props up your Tab so you can type away in either landscape or portrait orientations. Oddly enough, it's made from aircraft grade aluminum, clearly Logitech still has strong feeling for the iPad 2. Nonetheless, the Keyboard Case for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is available right now for the taking at $99.99.

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Wingstand Will Marry Your Tablet & Smartphone With Your Keyboard

This neat little accessory called the Wingstand, takes advantage of your existing Apple Wireless Keyboard and attached to it in order to marry your iPad, tablet, eReader and even a smartphone into a touchscreen working horse. The Wingstand is possibly the tiniest and most portable stand solution we've ever seen before. Of course you can always get one of those keyboard cases, but the Wingstand was created for those who already have all the parts necessary in making their own Multi-Touch computer on the cheap. Wingstand even works with most incased tablets and smartphones so you'll always stay safe and protected. Your gadget will that is. Even Apple's Smart Cover, although that really defeats the purpose of having a Smart Cover isn't it.

Check out the video after the break for some geekiness action. If you like what you see, then you can pre-order a Wingstand for $20 over at Kickstarter. We've got much love for Kickstarter here at Gadgetmac.

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Adonit's Writer Keyboard Folio For iPad 2 Might Be The One

There are already numerous keyboard cases for the iPad and iPad 2, but Adonit's Writer keyboard folio for the iPad 2 stands out with its mixture of aluminum and biodegradable fabrics. The Writer's Bluetooth keyboard has a spacious full keyboard layout with what Adonit claims to have "scissor action Keys" that provide you with the perfect key press and tactile feedback, similar to Apple's chiclet keys. You won't find a built-in rechargeable battery that powers this Bluetooth keyboard though. Instead, you'll have to use 3 AAA batteries which should last you about a month of heavy use. 

Quick eject and a magnetic adjustable viewing strip allows for unlimited viewing angles while maintaining a stable posture, are amongst the Writer's key features. The Writer keyboard folio for the iPad 2 is now available to help you publish that novel of yours for $110.

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