Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultra-thin keyboard
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15 March 2014
Summary: I love this keyboard cover. But both the Air and Mini versions have a fatal flaw. Both my Air and my Mini keyboard covers have broken at the power button opening of the case, it's thinnest point. The Mini is still securely held in place, at least for now. The Air would not stay securely held so the case is unusable now. The Air broke within a week. The Mini broke within a month.
Summary: This keyboard was designed before the Retina iPad Mini was released to the market and is NOT optimized for it. Angle is almost vertical and the magnetic lock is almost non-existent. Please look elsewhere.
Summary: My keyboard stopped working. I tried charging it overnight and it did not charge. I purchased the keyboard cover in September 2013 att the Apple store.. I am going to try and return or exchange it. So far I am not very satisfied with this Roduct I will give it one more chance IF I can exchange it. Logitech should include some directions with keyboard short cut..
Summary: I just purchased this keyboard for use with my iPad mini with Retina. I love the keyboard, but unfortunately the viewing angle with the retina is not good. The iPad almost sits vertically in the keyboard and it is very difficult to see. If the iPad was tilted back even by a few degrees, it would be perfect. Sadly, I am returning the product as it does not work well (viewing angle) with the retina iPad mini.
Summary: Do not like the keyboard now having to use the command key to be able to use the function keys. Did not have to do this on the other cover keyboards for apple but do now for the apple air ipad. Will probably buy another one from a company that is due to release a keyboard cover for apple air Was very satisfied with the Logitech keyboard cover for apple ipad 4th generation
Summary: I bought this but am returning it. The magnetic clasp on the hinge works. But the magnet on the other side that keeps the screen shut is super weak and wont even put the ipad to sleep unless given a hard squeeze. And there is godawful gap where its supposed to clam shut. The keyboard itself works and I am glad this case doesnt suffer from the stupid decision on the folio cases to combine the A and Caps lock keys. Why??! Thats a deal breaker.
Summary: I really liked this keyboard when I first got it, but I have found the aluminum surface to be very slippery and the magnetic clips to be very weak. The I-pad and keyboard can slip out of your hands very easily when you are carrying it, and the magnets are weak enough that, even while holding it with a firm group, the I pad can easily twist away from the keyboard. I've fractured the glass on the Ipad TWICE now because of this problem.
Summary: I really liked my IPAD 2 logitech keyboard but this one is quite disappointing. it feels much heavier than the previous version even it's much smaller. The most disappointing thing is the keyboard cover does not fit to the iPad air and keep waking up the air inside my bag.
Summary: I swore by my Logitech keyboard cover for my previous iPad. This was probably my favorite accessory ever. The new version for the iPad Air doesn't fit as well, doesn't close as well, and feels substandard overall.