I was getting tired of the Apple Bluetooth Keyboard for several reasons such poor battery life, the lack of a numeric keypad, and occasional bluetooth glitches just to name a few. The Logitech K750 Mac Keyboard solves all of those issues.
I am very impressed how well Logitech has designed the keyboard to match the Mac’s aesthetics as it is not too disimilar to the Apple keyboards. It’s just as thin and all of the hotkeys are exactly the same as Apple’s including the Widgets and volume keys. There is no trace of anything Windows (yes, no Windows key) which make users will appreciate. When using the keyboard in Windows under Boot Camp and Parallels, they keyboard works just as good as it does in OSX. I’ve played through a 3 hour session of The Old Republic and found that the gaming experience was much better than Apple’s Bluetooth Keyboard because it was much more responsive and I didn’t have to worry about the bluetooth occasionally cutting out.
What makes Logitech K750 standout is that it charges itself with just about any light source including the ambient light in the room. There’s even an indicator that will let you know if there is enough light to charge the keyboard! The K750 also includes Logitech’s Unifying feature which enables you to pair with any of their Unifying capable devices so you can use a mouse with the keyboard under one USB receiver. This is an awesome feature to have especially with those who use docking solutions such as a Henge dock or even Apple’s Thunderbolt display allowing you to dock any Mac without having to repair the keyboard and mouse.
For $59.99 (on Amazon), the Logitech K750 is a much better value than Apple’s Bluetooth Keyboard which is priced at $69.99! You get a numeric keypad, self charging capabilities, and flexibility using a USB connection. I totally recommend this product!
Overall Rating: 9.5/10
2 thoughts on “Review – Logitech K750 Mac Keyboard”
I have had the same keyboard and a related Logitech mouse for about 6 months. Similar reasons for getting rid of the Apple BT keyboard as well.
The only thing annoying about the Logitech K750 (and I assume the K760, which I may get as a keyboard for my iPhone and iPad) is the lack of a light indicating when the Caps-Lock is activated or deactivated. That's why I have used an auxiliary app from the MAS, called Capster, that puts up a visual queue onscreen to indicated activation and deactivation of the Caps-Lock
That is really very cool looking keyboard and I am really impressed to see the features of this keyboard. It was nice if I could get the idea that where I can be able to get this keyboard.