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5.0 out of 5 stars Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover - A Real Pleasure, May 26, 2012
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This review is from: Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover Black for iPad 2 and iPad (3rd/4th generation) (Personal Computers)
This is the 3rd keyboard I have bought for my iPad. The first one was a Kensington. The Kensington works well and has a nice feel. It's only problem is that it is a "Portfolio Type" and is too bulky for my tastes. The second was a Boxwave at a moderate price. What a nightmare! Dont buy it. Keep saving until you can afford this one. I thought at first $100 was a bit steep for a keyboard, but then I bought the best iPad 3 that is available, why not keep trying til I get the keyboard I want. This is it. It has a great feel and works great. I can sit it on my lap and type just as fast as if I were typing on my PC keyboard. The magnetic latch that holds the keyboard in the slot for upright use is strong enough to lift the iPad and keyboard all at once just by lifting the ipad. The magnetic latch that holds the iPad and the keyboard together for storage also works like a charm. I love this keyboard. The only thing that I could find at all wrong with this keyboard is the Micro USB charging cable. When they say micro they not only mean the type of cable, but the length as well. It can't be more that 18" in length. Luckily I have one that is 4' in length and a couple of 6' length ones ordered. Other than that this keyboard is just shear pleasure. At the $100 price, you expect Quality and that is just what you get! This is MY KEYBOARD!!
This keyboard is very easy to sync. Turn it on. Go to settings on iPad, ensure bluetooth is turned on, wait a few second until you see "Logitech Ultrathin KB Cover" in Devices and tap on it, In a few seconds it will say connected and you are ready to go! It stays synced too and when you turn the keyboard off, and then turn it on again for use it is just there!

L OVE THIS KEYBOARD !!!! Buy it and you will make yourself proud!
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Initial post: Feb 12, 2013 5:22:16 AM PST
S. Musicant says:
Information very helpful and the "make yourself proud" comment at the end very cute!

Susan Musicant (Steve's wife)

Steve wouldn't typically think of a comment as cute...& if he did, he surely never would bother to say so!

Posted on May 24, 2013 8:45:30 AM PDT
C. Cornell says:
Hey there,
Very good, comprehensive and well detailed review. I want to buy a better wireless keyboard then the Anker brand one I have now. You can't perch the IPad on the Anker.
However, I am a dubious when it comes down to the mechanics used here for attachment which are obviously strong magnets. As I have read, the IPads themselves use magnets inside the IPad also.
Any ideas on what possible ( if any ) longer term damage potentials there might be in this product? Thanks, Cary Cornell

Posted on May 11, 2014 12:56:05 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 11, 2014 1:04:33 AM PDT
Marikuni says:
I had planned to write a review of this wonderful keyed cover, but this review pretty much expresses my feelings about the keyboard. I am so pleased w/ this keyboard that I even contemplated buying an extra just in case this one breaks (which I don't think it will). Extremely easy to use, nice feel, and it doesn't bog you down when you are taking lecture notes! I tried it out with the iPad mini. It works fine for typing, but of course it cannot serve as a cover for the mini and the mini cannot stand in the iPad ridge.
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