Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover Black for iPad 2 and iPad (3rd/4th generation) (920-004013)

September 2, 2013 - Comment

Built-in Bluetooth wireless keyboard: Type with precision and get up to six months of battery power on a full charge (based on average use of 2 hours per day) Related

Built-in Bluetooth wireless keyboard: Type with precision and get up to six months of battery power on a full charge (based on average use of 2 hours per day)

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William Bullard says:

best of the lot Basically any keyboard for the iPad turns an elegant tablet into a more or less clunky laptop. But if you are over 40, touch type and use the iPad for taking notes, producing documents or sending more than texty emails, chances are that a keyboard is an essential accessory. I used the regular Apple bluetooth keyboard for years – nice device, types well, but its separateness defeats the purpose. Recently I’ve purchased the ClamCase, the ZaggFolio, and the Logitech Ultrathin desperately looking for the best compromise. The ClamCase was heavy and unusuable – the keys are sticky and the reviews that mention how the wristpad blocks the space bar are absolutely right; you just can’t type on the damn thing. The ZaggFolio has a very nice keyboard, but the case adds considerable bulk and weight, and it’s a minor chore to remove the iPad. The Logitech Ultathin is by far the best of the lot. Its magnetic latch, aluminum back, thinness and light weight preserve the design integrity of the…

thegriff says:

Will change how you use the iPad Having seen this keyboard/case a few weeks ago online I’d been waiting for it to finally be released. I was fortunate that the Best Buy local to my current client had one in stock this evening.First off I will say this kayboard will change how I use the iPad. I’ve been considering getting a Macbook Air for use while chatting with friends and doing e-mail and documents. This keyboard has eliminated that need for me and I couldn’t be happier with the quality of the product.It’s best to “dock” your iPad in landscape mode as you will here an audible click when everything is just right. The keyboard can be used in portrait mode though the iPad is slightly less secure in that orientation due to its lack of magnets. In landscape mode I am able to pick both items up as a single unit which is very handy.The keyboard is sufficient given its compact size. I am writing this review using the keyboard with average typing speed. I might get a bit more speed…

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