Reviews and Problems with Logitech Ultra-thin keyboard
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5 days ago
Summary: Just purchased this keyboard for my iPad Air. It's perfect. iPad shuts down just fine, when I close it. Also turns on when I open it. Looks great, really feels like other part for the tablet. Also great typing feeling and useful buttons designed for iOS.
Summary: Just went to the Apple Store and purchased the Logitech Ultra Thin Keyboard Cover. I am so happy with it that I decide to write a review which I rarely do. Just beautifully made-- truely the other half of the ipad. Typing feels good, easily detached, and can view the ipad in portrait is great. A work of arts.
Summary: I initially bought the FabricSkin Keyboard Folio. Unfortunately, I was left feeling disappointed with the product. It looked and felt great, but I wasn't able to type at a decent speed. The keyboard layout I believe was at the root of the problem, or perhaps it was the touch/feel of the keyboard. Having seen someone from a local medical office using the UltraThin Keyboard Cover and raving about it, I thought I would give it a try.
Summary: I just got my keyboard cover for iPad Air and it works absolutely perfectly. The magnetic hinge is actually stronger that the pervious generation iPad cover. I would highly recommend this to everyone. It's actually without a doubt the best, most sleek, and light keyboard cover for iPad Air.
Summary: I asked for a laptop for Christmas, and instead got this amazing little case! I absolutely LOVE it, and it is so easy to carry and travel with, and with this thing you basically turn your iPad mini into a mini laptop! I love how you can have your iPad mini then in a few seconds turn it right into a super adorable mini laptop! The touch screen is still available, so it is still very easy to use your iPad. Highly reccomend!
Summary: I got mine as a gift and so didn't read many reviews as I wasn't necessarily looking to buy a keyboard for my Air. But this one is working a treat. It is putting my ipad to sleep and has strong magnetic clasps. I would definitely recommend it to others. And it is super lightweight and acts as a good looking cover. Best to follow the directions of other and make sure the home button is to the ritght when setting it up for typing.
Summary: It appears that some of the reviewers have had trouble with attaching the ipad to the keyboard. I didn't like it at first until I realized that when putting the ipad into the keyboard slot, the ipad must be oriented so that the home button is on the right. The magnet will not work otherwise. It also helps to hold the ipad perpendicular to the slot when inserting it before letting it "lean back.
Summary: Recently, I purchased my first iPad, which is an iPad Air and wanted a keyboard cover/case. I have seen a lot of Zagg keyboards and thought that was what I wanted. But, then I discovered that the Zaggkeys for iPad Air looked much like a laptop computer. I didn't want a laptop. The case would only open to 135 degrees. It will not lay flat. In searching online I discovered the Ultra Thin Logitech Folio. It would position the iPad at 135 degrees, but it would also lay flat.
Summary: I have used this keyboard for about a year for an older iPad and it is excellent. I use it while traveling when I don't want to take the time to open my laptop and I use it at home around the house when away from my desk so I probably type at least one hour on it every day. I have never had any issues and the typing feels as natural as on a laptop keyboard.