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- Made for iPad 2: All-in-one protective case and embedded keyboard for your iPad 2
- Flexible tablet stand: Holds your iPad 2 at the perfect viewing angle in either portrait or landscape position
- Built-in Bluetooth wireless keyboard: Type-and-go connection plus convenient USB charging - no battery hassles
- Sleek award-winning design: Precision-cut aircraft-grade aluminum fits, feels and looks great with your iPad 2
- On-the-go protection: Lined with high-density padding to help cushion and protect your tablet wherever you go
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Created in partnership with ZAGG, the Logitech Keyboard Case gives you an extra measure of convenience and style. Careful crafting from precision-cut, aircraft-grade aluminum makes it look and feel great. With high-density padding, Bluetooth paired keyboard, a recess behind the keyboard to stand your iPad 2, the Logitech Keyboard Case is your perfect on-the-go companion for iPad 2.
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First impressions: This is a keyboard, not a case. Perhaps because it was built for the iPad 2, the new iPad does not fit snugly or securely within the aluminum corners; and with the Photive case attached (which basically resembles an Apple smartcover + back shell), forget it. However, even if I had an iPad 2, I would definitely not want to transport this assemblage any amount of distance or even place it on a rough surface - the back is definitely going to get scratched.
Second impression: I can still use my Photive case with the Logitech, as long as I pull it halfway off and fold up the back. A minor hassle, yes, but not a dealbreaker. In fact, I feel a lot better keeping the case on, because after a few minutes of use with the bare iPad, the thing slipped out of the keyboard groove and clunked backwards onto the table. It was a moment I hope to forget someday. However, if you're planning on doing a lot of simultaneous touch screening/typing, I would be warned in advance that the keyboard holds the iPad snugly, but not THAT snugly.
Third impression: The screen angle is far more comfortable and intuitive on this keyboard than it is on the Kensington and most other Folio cases that I have seen. While it isn't adjustable, it also doesn't force you to look at the iPad screen nearly vertically, which is a real plus and just mimics the best parts of the laptop typing experience, especially at close distances. I haven't tried it in Portrait mode, because that would require me to remove the case entirely, but I assume it would be similar.
Fourth impression: The bluetooth connection is not quite as seamless as the Kensington, and the keys do not feel quite as crisp. The delete/backspace key is quite small, though also not a dealbreaker. Overall, the typing experience is not exactly "pleasant," but it's light years better than using the on-screen keyboard. No problems thus far with dropped connections while typing, though when the iPad went to sleep overnight (it needs its rest, too), I turned it on this morning and had to go through the whole connect business again. I suspect that's the case with nearly all bluetooth keyboards, however.
Final impression: The thing you should know if you are buying an iPad keyboard for the first time and do a SIGNIFICANT amount of CONTINUOUS typing (ie you are a writer or student of some sort) as well as editing is that the touchscreen is a horrible substiute for a mouse. If you see yourself going back to change sentences - or, god forbid, insert punctuation - or shift around paragraphs, you may seriously want to consider just buying a netbook. Sure, it may not look as good, but the trackpad will make all the difference.
However, if you are using the iPad as a writing tool, rather than a writing SOLUTION, and what you'll mostly be using it for is writing emails, taking brief meeting minutes, etc., then this may be the keyboard for you. Typing on a blank screen, as many have said, might make you more productive and less distracted (though if you suffer from this problem I'd suggest you try Scrivener for Mac first - it's much cheaper as well). On the other hand, after typing on this keyboard for 30 continuous minutes last night, I have to say that I'm definitely considering returning it. Perhaps it's because the keyboard is so sunken below the aluminum siding, but my hands felt cramped and constrained, my eyes felt tired from having to strain closer (I know that you can increase the font size, but at the cost of being able to see the entirety of what you're trying to say), and the constant goofs I was making with the touchscreen all colluded to make me turn this off and reach for my laptop. This is likely a feature of all iPad keyboards: they take some getting used to, and the iPad writing experience is not exactly "inspirational." So I think I'll try this one for a few more days and then decide whether I'm being unduly harsh. Hope this helped you in your own buying decision!
I use my iPad in the kitchen quite frequently and stopped printing out all but the most well liked recipes. So I pull them up on my iPad. Previously I had a cobbled together wooden holder - not very sturdy and not very effective. This allows me to put the iPad in landscape or Portrait mode - so the recipes display properly (depending on their formatting.) I also do voiceovers and so I pull up scripts on this - again rather than printing.
The only negative I've found is that my iPad ocasionally turns off Bluetooth - but this is a fault of the iPad and not the keyboard. I have a charging station set up with a micro-USB and 30 pin iPad/iPhone charger and find that the battery lasts longer than the iPad - though I often charge them both when the iPad is run down. So far (other than the original unboxing) I've only had one time when I needed to charge the keyboard by itself.
So here we are..
Look complements the iPad quite well (looks like they were made for each other
Securely fits in place and no danger of coming loose
Works equally well in Portrait and Landscape mode
Keyboard size and feel seems great to me (though I have large hands that hate most small keyboards)
Battery life so far seems superb
All plugs and switches accessible when snugly in place
Very lightweight and also feels very sturdy
The small lip on each edge becomes annoying if I type for extended periods of time.
It's as slippery as the iPad is - so keep this in mind when carrying it and the iPad isn't snugly in place. It does comes with 4 silicon 'feet' to insure it stays in place on tables and counter tops.
That's it - I haven't found much I don't like about it yet - it works, feels great and i almost forget I'm on an iPad. I intend to try it with a few other devices to see how well it does with them.