The K760 peripheral is compatible with Apple Mac computers, iPad and iPhone devices.
Bluetooth connectivity means that users can map three devices to the keyboard at once, and switch between them at the touch of a button. The key layout has been designed to resemble that of a standard Apple Mac.
Logitech claims that a fully-charged K760 should hold enough power to run for three months, based on the device being used for around eight hours each day. It is powered by both natural and artificial light.
Earlier this year, the peripheral manufacturer attempted to reinvent the computer mouse with the launch of the Logitech Cube - a brick-shaped touchscreen mouse that doubles as a presenter.
The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 is released this month in Europe and the US.
Watch a video introducing the Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 below: