Logitech Tablet Keyboard for IPAD - Matching Combo

7/20/2012 5:27:46 PM

While it’s technically possible to write on an iPad, for most people, laptops are still the writing machine of choice. It is all about the keyboard because a virtual keyboard simply can’t cut it. Enter the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for the iPad. Like Apple’s own white Bluetooth keyboard, Logitech’s keyboard is a standalone Bluetooth device that can technically be used with any computer.

Lots of batteries

The first impression of the Bluetooth keyboard was good too bad it didn’t last long after holding it. The keyboard feels heavy and it doesn’t really fall into the conveniently portable category. As for the design, it looks great in black and seems to match well with Apple’s minimalist theme. The Bluetooth keyboard runs on batteries instead of using a charger, which means users have to spend more time changing batteries. Not two, not three but four AAA batteries to change.

IOS buttons

Description: Logitech Tablet Keyboard for IPAD

It is comfortable typing with Logitech Keyboard and the keys are very responsive. It manages to handle fast typing very well. This review is being written by the same keyboard! The keys aren’t too small and there is plenty of space to work with. Other than that, it has a set of iOS -specific buttons that allows users to quit an app or wake/sleep the iOS device. Too bad it doesn’t allow users to navigate the home screen with the directional buttons. Them there’s the keyboard’s ingenious convertible case. Just open it up and a small plastic stand for portrait or landscape mode. The angle can be adjusted as well for comfortable viewing angles.

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