|Item model number||920-003390|
|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 1.2 x 12.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.55 x 1.18 x 12.28 inches|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
Logitech 920-003390 Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0 Plus
|Price:||$39.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$30.00 (43%)|
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- Compact, low-profile keyboard: For easy, comfortable typing wherever you use your Android 3.0+ tablet
- Carrying case-and-stand combo: Protects the keyboard when you're on the go and converts into a sturdy stand for your tablet
- Wireless freedom: The keyboard pairs easily with your Android tablet over 30 ft. Bluetooth wireless.
- Actual wireless range will vary with use, settings and environmental conditions.
- Versatile adjustable stand: Use your tablet in the landscape or portrait position and at just the right viewing angle
- Convenient media control keys: Instantly control your music and videos with play, pause and volume keys at your fingertips
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|Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+ |
|•||Low-profile wireless keyboard for easy typing anywhere|
|•||Seamless Android tablet pairing over Bluetooth wireless|
|•||All-in-one carrying case/tablet stand design|
|•||One-touch media control keys|
|•||Versatile adjustable tablet stand|
|Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+ |
On-the-go keyboard-and-stand combo
Images of tablet, keyboard and case are for demonstration purposes only. Actual product may vary slightly. Tablet sold separately.
|What's in the box? ||Works with |
Top Customer Reviews
This is a great keyboard even if you *don't* consider that it connects effortlessly over bluetooth and has functions optimized for Android-based systems. It has a feel that is better than my IBM laptop and perhaps even better than the Logitech G11 I'm using to type this review. That it does and has all those other things is a bonus.
This is a sturdy device that weighs more than my tablet and takes up more space as well. However, I've used several of those folding, rolling, collapsing, mini, ultra-portable keyboards and while they are certainly convenient to carry around they're not all that great to use. When it's for a Palm Pilot (for example) just about any keyboard is better than no keyboard. However, for an external keyboard make sense it has to be better, ideally lots better than typing on the screen. This keyboard *is* that.
There are special keys for "jumping to" common functions such as email and a browser. Also, quite a few applications anticipate users might have a keyboard and provide convenient short cuts to make them more efficient.
That the case opens up to form an easel is a nice touch. However, most tablet owners already have a folding cover that does that. I use and really like the Acase Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 P7500 High Quality Premium Slim Leather Case Folio with built-in Stand for Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 Wi-Fi Only (Black).
Oh, and the dirty little secret? It turns out the keyboard, but not all the special function keys, work just fine with my iPhone 4.Read more ›
The keyboard paired up immediately with my Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet. The keys are low profile but have good response. It also has directional keys and special function keys built into the number row at the top. The board is thin and very light, but feels well made and not fragile. Typing on it is a breeze.
The top is rounded and thicker, to provide a slight angle when the board is resting on a table, or your lap. This is also one of the shortcomings. There are no adjustments available for a steeper angle. Logitech should have built in some flip-down legs that fold into the chassis to provide that option. I suppose they didn't in order to maintain a very slim profile. The other thing that you should be aware of is the repeating speed of the delete key. The longer it's held down, the faster it deletes. Hold it down too long and you'll be erasing full lines very quickly. After doing that a few times, you'll quickly get in the habit of tapping the key rather than holding it down to correct typos. I don't know of any way to change the speed setting.
It's very portable and has a nice faux leather covered hard case/sleeve to carry it. It does not lock in, so be aware of this. The case opens up and turns into a stand (again, there is only one angle available.Read more ›
The quality and the range of the keyboard are very good. The cover doubles as a stand, which is a good option unless you already have a tablet case that can be used as a stand. To conserve the battery life this keyboard has a mechanical power switch on top. There is also 'connect' button on the bottom. Two Duracell AAA batteries come preinstalled. The battery compartment is a little tight, so LSD rechargables (e.g. Eneloop) may or may not fit as they are normally slightly fatter...
If you use your tablet mostly for internet browsing, games, and multimedia, then this keyboard is unnecessary. However, if you type a lot on your tablet, an external keyboard such as this is the way to go. It makes typing faster and helps to reduce fingerprints on the screen dramatically.
Overall, this is a great product.
- Great build quality
- Easy to use stand
- Quick pairing
- Physical home, back and menu keys
- Media keys for movies and music (via Fn key)
- Stand works in both portrait and landscape
- Super small arrow keys
- Slight wireless delay
- Backspace key can get overzealous
Setting up the keyboard was simple. After inserting the 4 AAA batteries, I turned it on and pressed the connect button to put it in pairing mode. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 I used to test with, found the keyboard right away. I was then prompted to type in a 4-digit code on the keyboard.
To make a travel-sized keyboard, there has to be compromises, which means that ergonomics are hardly a consideration. Though the Logitech Tablet keyboard is very compact, I actually found it to be reasonably comfortable to type on. It's more comfortable than typing on a 10-inch netbook keyboard, but I wouldn't go so far as to say that I could type on it for a full work day. Still, for short periods, it's far easier and comfortable than using an on-screen keyboard.
The layout of the keys work pretty well. The most significant changes are the keys next to the spacebar and the arrow keys.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was purchased as a wireless keyboard for my tablet and I was definitely skeptical about its operation. But for the last few years, it has not let me down! Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ray
Awesome keyboard, works perfect with my samsung 10 inch tablet and my android Kyocera cell phone. The carrying/starage case is a plusstarage.Published 1 month ago by Paul H.
I like the set up and the look of the keyboard, but you really need to strike the keys hard to not miss letters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I loved this keyboard. Until one day it just stopped working, about 6 months after I got it. Fresh batteries, toggling on/off button, and let's be honest -- banging on all the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by hockey lover
This keyboard in incredible for what it needs to do, and has been very reliable. I'm a tablet user (Nexus 7) that wanted to use my tablet in class for taking lecture notes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by psychoLover
Nice keyboard. Sure beats trying to type on a tablet's screen.Published 2 months ago by Craig in Raleigh
My son loaned me his & I liked it well enough to buy my own. Stores easily & securely. I wish the easel was at a better angle for sitting on my lap in bed but I prop it up with a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dale E. Richards