With the exception of a glossy black chassis that reveals fingerprints and scratches, we can find little to complain about in Logitech's K750 solar keyboard. Logitech has made it painless to reduce your energy consumption, and the key architecture and typing experience are unmatched in the competition. For $80, we're hard-pressed to find a better deal than the Editors' Choice Award-winning Logitech K750.
Though $80 seems like a lot to risk now on a device that might not be able to take full advantage of Microsoft's next operating system, the Touch Mouse is effective enough now that we can recommend it for general purposes to any Windows 7 user.
Deck keeps the door open to modifications on its 82-series illuminated keyboards with provisions for replacement USB cables, alternate colored chassis, and swappable keycaps. The Deck 82's burly physical build and durable internal key switches ensure its longevity, and its relatively low price tag for a mechanical keyboard solidifies our recommendation for those looking to upgrade their typing hardware.
The Logitech Tablet feels high quality, looks great, and the direction-arrow keys enable zipping through docs without reaching up to touch the screen when making line edits. At $69, this keyboard's well worth the money, unless you prefer Apple's solution and don't mind forgoing the stand. Think carefully about that choice, though; a stand matters more than you think.
Logitech's Couch Mouse M515 isn't the most innovative living-room product out there. You can certainly get away with using a standard wireless mouse in your living room, but the Couch Mouse M515 will offer a significantly improved, sensor-obstruction-free experience for a reasonable cost.