Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultra-thin keyboard
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Keyboard Splitting From Aluminum Cover
5 days ago
Summary: I have loved this keyboard since I bought it about a year ago. I have recommended it to many people already and still use it daily. However, now the keyboard is pulling away from the aluminum cover on the sides from the force being exerted by the iPad on the groove that holds it up. Sometimes my iPad falls out now when I'm typing! Does anyone know how to fix this?
Summary: Bought this in Australia and love it. I actually stood for ages in the store looking for covers for my iPad Air and was thrilled to find this one - I didn't even know it existed and really is the other half of the iPad Air. Unlike other reviews here, I've had no issues with the sleep function, as soon as I shut it, it sleeps fine. I'm wondering if others reviewing and mentioning alignment issues may not have the latest iPad Air?
Summary: I upgraded keyboard (selling my old one with the iPad2) when buying a new iPad Air. It performs as advertised. Being "Ultrathin" it is a bit flimsier than the previous model, but that translates to being lighter too. The hinge is quite strong and adheres tremendously well to the iPad, snapping into place.
Summary: I love this keyboard. I spent a lot of time researching various keyboards before I purchased and this seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. I got it and absolutely love it overall. My only complaint is that frequently when I'm typing and push a key, the letter appears twice in my typing. It happens at least once in every three minutes of typing.
Summary: I have to say that I love this keyboard with my iPad 2. Keys are so smooth and easy to use. Just like typing on regular keyboard. The compactness of it has not affected me whatsoever. It is lightweight and a perfect companion. 18 months later I am beginning to notice that the area that holds the iPad in portrait or landscape position is beginning to fail. Its fallen off while using it on my desk and on the ledge at my balcony, which is wide enough to hold the keyboard.
Summary: Essential tool for the iPad, but not as good as past Logitech keyboards. Its light, and locks the ipad in tight. Good size keys. Things i miss from prior keyboard: tab key- new keyboard you have to hit a function key to activate automatic shut off when closed- closing the folio does not shut off ipad Keyboard disengagement.-prior keyboard would deactivate when flipped to back of ipad, allowing you to hold without the keys registering.
Summary: Have had one about four months work really good , but it stopped working no reason wasn't dropped or spills on it just every other key wont work dont a know why maybe some one out there does other then that great will be ordering another one
Summary: Overall, I am pleased with the Ultrathin iPad Keyboard. Typing feels just like a laptop, and the keys are still large enough that you cannot blame missed letters on it (nope, it's just you). The function keys are a very useful complement, so your fingers don't have to leave the keyboard as often, and the addition of keys standard to a laptop keyboard (like Tab and Command) complete the illusion that you're using a full computer. However, I was let down by the magnets.
Summary: The on-screen keyboard works well on the iPad mini, especially since it's overall easier to hold and reach all the keys. But the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover makes the iPad mini my complete meeting companion. The full use of the screen for taking notes and running remote-control apps eliminates the need to tote around a bulky laptop.