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Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2

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  • Compatible with Apple iPad 2
  • Precision-cut, aircraft-grade aluminum construction
  • Integrated wireless Bluetooth keyboard
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  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00512W4Y2
  • Item model number: 920-003393
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)

Product Description

Logitech Keyboard Case id Integrated wireless Bluetooth keyboard for iPad 2. Warranty Terms - Parts 1 year limited. Diemations : Product Height 0.7", Product Width 10", Product Weight 1.1 lbs., Product Depth 7.7". Made of Aluminum. Includeds Logitech Keyboard Case for Apple, iPad 2, USB-to-micro USB charging cable and Owner's manual.

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Customer Reviews

It's SOOOO much easier to type with this than using the on-screen keyboard.
Arelunde
Cons: The padded material around the inside edge of the case hold the iPad securely, but it also makes it more difficult to remove the iPad.
Eric Prescott
The Apple keyboard is obviously higher quality, but it's not nearly as easily portable as this one.
C. Cole

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99 of 101 people found the following review helpful By J. Sundquist on May 20, 2011
This case solved all of my dilemmas. I wanted a case for my ipad2 and also wanted a bluetooth keyboard but really didn't want to have two separate devices. This is both in one.

The keyboard has it's own internal battery that you charge with a usb cable. So far battery life is great.

I love that it has ipad function buttons on it which even the apple wireless keyboard doesn't. This one has buttons for the home button, search, copy, cut, paste, volume up and down, mute, and lock among others. They are very convenient and for me make the ipad much closer to a replacement for most of my computer's functions than it was before.

It does a good job as a case in protecting my ipad2 and has cutouts for the headphone jack and dock connector so you can charge it, etc without removing the case.

Overall very easy to setup and use and I'm very happy with it.
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256 of 280 people found the following review helpful By Anna Maria on May 29, 2011
I researched A LOT before choosing a keyboard for my iPad 2. I never thought I'd get an iPad, but when the 2 came out, I caved b/c I wanted to be able to have something I could easily carry for certain work projects and I wanted to watch Netflix with it propped on the treadmill. For work, I wanted a keyboard. It came down between the Apple wireless keyboard and this one. I think the Apple is definitely better for having no adjustment issues as it is full sized. But who wants to carry around another item? That defeated one of the purposes of my getting an iPad. The other keyboards I looked into all got low ratings for how sturdy the keys were -- you didn't feel like you were typing on a real keyboard. That is NOT the case with the Logitech. It has great sturdy keys.

There are only a couple of downsides to this in my opinion. The first, and main one, is that you have to get used to typing on a slightly smaller keyboard. But I've been getting used to it as I've been typing on it. And it doesn't take too long to do that because the keyboard is so nice, although if I haven't used it for a week or so, I have to get re-used to using it. I'm okay with that though because the keyboard feels like a real computer. Part of me wishes they'd make it wider even though that would increase the case size. Of course, then it wouldn't fit in the protective sleeves, and I like the fact I can put my iPad, while it's secure in the Logitech keyboard case, in my purple Belkin protective cover. Perfect fit. So the keyboard being slightly smaller than standard is the only real issue for me that I would change if there were a prefect tech world.

The second, minor issue, is I wish you could put a protective silicone skin on the back and it still fit in the case.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By A. W. Rouse on June 15, 2011
I had a very complete review of the keyboard apparently on what is now a 'dead link' to an older ASIN.

Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2

Here is an updated version of the review incorporating answers to questions:

I'm typing on the reviewed keyboard.

Pros:

has many of the useful settings on a key: undo, cut copy paste and redo, also home, lock and HIDE the virtual keyboard buttons.

unlike some keyboards, has shift on BOTH sides and has caps lock, also has ctrl, alt/option and command keys. typical mac-like commands work (command-c copy) etc also command-arrow to move to the front of a line, holding 'shift' while arrowing around will select text just like a mac.

great job of enclosing the front of the iPad. I have a very ugly scratch on the bottom of my zagg that would have been in the screen from some sharp object that ended up in my computer bag during a road trip.

keys are small, but touch-typable no problem. maybe only 70% speed for a fast typer but it's decent and way better than on-screen of course.

price is fair; a BT keyboard is $50-60, a decent case is $50-60, figure you get both for $100 is at least break even.

Reasonably light and thin.

built in LION battery.

mates PERFECTLY with the Belkin F8N631EBC01 Snap Shield Case with a 1 minute no-tool modification! (more later)

magic magnet to instantly wake iPad upon removal.

Cons:

cheap aluminum construction; it's stamped aluminum, acceptable but low-fi.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Thomas VINE VOICE on June 2, 2011
When I got my iPad 2 I originally bought Apples Blue Tooth keyboard for longer typing projects, but I found it cumbersome and difficult to take with me unless I got a carrying case that was as big as a standard laptop case. Although I have a smart cover and didn't really want another case I found that the size of the Logitech Keyboard case makes it easy to throw in a netbook carry bag with my iPad, charger and other accessories.

The keyboard works well and retains a battery charge for a long time. I've been using if for over a month and haven't had to recharge it yet. It is lightweight and easy to take places. It transforms the iPad into a netbook. The only drawback is that the keyboard is a bit cramped, but it is a trade off in terms of portability vs a larger keyboard that is a nuisance to carry about.
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