Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultra-thin keyboard
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3 weeks ago
Summary: I ordered this logitech keyboard and have used it for the last six months with my IPad. I would not recommend this to a friend to purchase. I would have ordered the one with the complete case and not this cover style model. I find it to be cumbersome and the magnets do not hold it firmly. If you plan to only use it at your desk, it's OK but if you travel like me, buy a different model. Keep looking....
Summary: We just bought our first iPad, an iPad air. We want to use it for photo storage while we are on trips. We didn't like trying to type on the iPad itself so clerk at Apple store recommended the logitech. We really like the way it protects the iPad, and the size of the keyboard. Everything was going well until we went into PHOTO and tried to add information to our photos. The Logitech won't do it!
Summary: I loved my Logitech hardback keyboard cover with my iPad 2 and when I upgraded to the iPad Air, I was only going to have a Logitech hardback keyboard cover. At first I wasn't sure I liked the magnetic style but I do, except, my iPad isn't totally closed in, as was the case with my old keyboard cover. I like the keys on the keyboard, they are easy to use. I will stick with this keyboard cover for now, but it is not as good as its predecessor.
Summary: I just upgraded my ipad 3 (the New ipad) to an ipad air and bought a new keyboard to go with it. This is not as good as the one I have used for a year and a half. It doesn't turn off my ipad like the old one did and it isn't as secure in the slot as the old one was. I liked the click of the magnets in the old one when it was seated correctly and the right way around. I have it the right way round, I know how to use it, it just isn't as good.
Summary: Loved my ultrathin for my iPAd 2. But new one is not as good: 1) the feet or ridging keep it from making a clamshell closure with the iPad Air, which also seems to be affecting the magnetic on/off feature. At first only affected turn back on and a simple click of the on/off button on top of the iPad fixed. But today the iPad is dead as a doornail, even though had been 100% charged & on 2-minute auto shut-off.
Summary: Loved this keyboard then I realized the magnetic gully where iPad sits in upright - has scratched my iPad screen when my iPad is closed. Not sure if this will help but now when I close my iPad with keyboard, I have placed a cleaning cloth in that gully to eliminate or minimize direct contact with my iPad screen!
Summary: I purchased this keyboard in August 2013 and it changed my iPad entirely. I turns the device into a mini computer. The keyboard is easy to use. All was wonderful until I upgraded to iOs7, now the keyboard has lost most of its functionality. It will not type in Chrome, mail, Gmail. Only certain keystrokes are detected by the iPad. This is very disappointing, I have essentially stopped using the keyboard for anything more than a stand.
Summary: I have a third generation iPad. I love the design and ease of use of this keyboard/cover, but even though I am careful to place the iPad in the slot with the home button on the right, I have had the iPad fall to the floor or off my lap several times. It just doesn't stay in the slot. So far my iPad is still working, thank God, but I'm almost afraid to use the keyboard now.
Summary: I purchased last fall from Costco. Love the keyboard, touch, battery life, etc. But the magnet is too weak. I have to be extra careful when carrying the two together because the weight of the iPad will cause it to "break away" from the keyboard. Makes me worry about dropping the iPad by accident, also inadvertently scratching when they come apart. Would think twice before buying again.
Pros: The keyboard has a great look that fits well into the Apple aesthetics. After initial connection, the keyboard connects flawlessly. Sturdy built.
Cons: Doesn't protect the back. You can't fold the keyboard back behind the iPad like other magnetic covers. Once you reach a certain angle, the magnets detach and you are left with two items in your hands.