Logitech Wireless Keyboard | Keys-To-Go: Ultra Portable Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Desktop and More (Black)
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- Ultra-portable wireless keyboard for all iOS devices including iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and more: Ultra-slim, light, go-anywhere Bluetooth keyboard fits easily in a coat pocket, purse or briefcase
- Durable and spill-resistant: Wipe able Fabric Skin protects the keyboard from spills, dirt and drops
- Comfortable typing: Well-spaced, full-size keys with iOS shortcuts for fast, familiar, accurate typing on iPad
- Long-life rechargeable battery: Type for up to 3 months between charges (Based on 2 hours average usage per day)
- Simple setup: Pairs quickly and easily with iPad via Bluetooth connection
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Ultra-Portable, Stand-Alone Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and more
The portable iPad keyboard you can take anywhere.
Keys-To-Go is the super slender, uber handy, ultra portable iPad keyboard. The durable FabricSkin isn’t afraid of spills, drops or getting crumbs under the keys. It packs light, types comfortably and wipes clean so you’re never at a loss for words.
- Ultra-thin, light and portable
- Durable, wipeable FabricSkin keyboard
- Comfortable well-spaced keys
- Familiar keyboard layout with iOS shortcuts
- Rechargeable 3-month battery
Only 6.3mm (1/4 inch) thick and 242mm (9.5 inches) long, Keys-To-Go is the ultra-mobile iPad keyboard you can take anywhere. It’s small enough to tuck into your purse or briefcase, between the pages of your magazine or inside your coat or back pocket.
Durable FabricSkin keyboard
The rugged, liquid-repellant FabricSkin covering protects the keyboard from spills and dirt. It’s easy to wipe clean and built to survive drops so you can use it indoors or out without worries.
A great typing experience
With well-spaced full-size keys, iOS shortcuts and the keyboard layout you’re used to, Keys-To-Go makes typing fast, comfortable and accurate everywhere you use your iPad.
Long battery life
Type for up to 3 months* without having to recharge the battery. A battery level indicator lets you know when it’s time to recharge. It’s easy with the included USB charging cable. (*Based on 2 hours average usage per day)
Simple Bluetooth connection
Type on your lap, kitchen table or at your favorite cafe without wires getting in the way. The keyboard pairs easily with your iPad over Bluetooth—so you’re free to place both in just the right position for comfortable typing.
Add some color to your words
Wherever you go, whatever you write, you can say it in style with the color that says you.
- All iOS devices including iPad, iPhone and Apple TV
What’s in the box
- USB cable
- 1-year limited hardware warranty
|Ultrathin Keyboard Folio||Type+ Protective Keyboard||Ultrathin Magnetic Clip-On Keyboard Cover||Keys to Go|
|Highlight||Thin and light protective case with keyboard||Protective case with integrated keyboard||Thin and light magnetic clip-on keyboard cover||Ultra-portable stand-alone keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and more|
|Models available for iPad||iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini||iPad Air 2, iPad Air||iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 3, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad mini||All iOS devices, iPhone, Apple TV|
|Two-sided protection from bumps, scratches and spills||✓||✓||Screen Cover (1 side)||N/A standalone keyboard|
|Rechargeable battery—3 mos. between charges*||✓||✓||✓||√ plus charge indicator light|
|Replaceable battery— 2 yrs. Between replacement*||√ (for iPad Air 2 model only)|
|Adjustable stand||Dual view||Dual view||Multi-view|
|Keyboard auto on/off||✓|
|*Based on 2 hours average usage per day|
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So, I went shopping for a keyboard, ideally one that would mate with the iPad as a cover. I tried out four different ones, but settled on this one for several reasons:
* The weight. This little wonder is a featherweight compared to all of the others. Thin as an after dinner mint, it fits well in the Case Logic Case that I tote the whole affair in. Not as convenient as a hinged case cover keyboard, but easily half as light.
* The operation. Like most other keyboards, it is charged through a USB to mini-USB cord. One control, an on-off slide switch. (The switch is well recessed in the edge of the 'rubberized fabric covered" case.)
* The comprehensiveness of the thing. In addition to the classic 'QWERTY" arrangement, there is also a row of "function-like" keys above the number row, enabling one touch access to such iPad operations as pulling up the cameras, going to the home screen, search and God alone knows what for several of them. As there is virtually no documentation with your purchase, you have to figure those out by hit and miss. Also, you get an arrow key cluster, command, option and control keys, and a function key, although I have yet to test that out. The one thing missing here is a way to lock the keys into a numeric keypad configuration, something perhaps not in great demand with an iPad but still nice to have if it's available.
* The key throw!!! On a keyboard of ¼" thickness, Logitech has managed to provide keys tha actually have "throw". While not up to IBM Selectric standards, you still get positive feedback that you have hit the "G" key when you intended to.
* The battery life. I've bee using it pretty heavily for five day, and the indicator light still shows a full charge.
Now for the (very few) 'negatives":
*The covering, while excellent as far as a protectice cover is concerned, does not have enough 'tack' to hold it stationary under the impact of your piston-like fingers. On any surface other than a dead-flat surface, it will move and shift. Small patches of 'tacky' material would overcome this easily.
* Size. The keys at the margins have been scaled back, but you are still operating on a surface the size of the ancient Apple Newton system keyboard. But, it's unavoidable if you're going to scale a keyboard to the size of an iPad. Your hands enter the keyboard in a very tight arrangement, one that you need to learn to maintain. This too works against using the keyboard on a lap or anything other than a flat, stable table.
* No carrying sleeve. However, the keyboard's surface takes storage in a carrying bag well.
* The 'heat sealed' edges of the keyboard. While efficient and done well, it give the board a 'cheaper' feel.
* The friggin' Caps Lock key. On a tight keyboard like this, providing a Caps Lock key without some means of disablement or locking it out altogether is a recipe for typing frustration for a touch typist. I have hated the Caps Lock key ever since the early 1950s, and I was sorry to see it here in classic form. Logitech, give us a way to null this key out!
Would I buy it again? In a New York minute, without a doubt. But, if you take the plunge, make sure of your typing surface, or you will find yourself slip slidin' away...
I ended up getting a replacement from Logitech that is the latest version. It also comes with a little plastic stand. Don't make the same mistake that I did.
- Theyre super thin, yet you can still feel a little throw on the keys
- Easy to slide into an iPad case. I have the bookbook case for my iPad pro and I can easily carry the keyboard around inside
- They weigh almost nothing
- Rubbery covering stops the keyboard sliding around and protects it
- Battery lasts forever
- Highly intuitive and simple setup
- iOS special keys
- After time (1 year+) the rubbery covering becomes separated from the keys, so it sort of floats above. It doesn't affect the function at all, just doesn't lookme as sleek
I'm not certain the price point is worth it, because of the following reasons.
I expected the keyboard to pair like my Bluetooth earbuds do, where I can easily pair with two devices. However, with this keyboard, I have to remove the keyboard from my iPad's settings altogether to get it to pair with my iPhone, and vice versa. That's very cumbersome. I've opted to use it only with my iPad to avoid the awkward switch, and that works great.
The keyboard makes each first character in a text box or after a period capital case. There are many times I intentionally don't want to start with a capital letter, so that's very annoying (please let me know if there's a way to turn that feature off). (UPDATE: I found a way! Go to Settings>General>Keyboard>Hardward Keyboard and turn off Auto-Capitalization.)
Overall, it's a great choice for a keyboard. It takes a little getting used to before being able to type efficiently, but in my experience that's normal when starting to use any new keyboard.
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Pensé que el material era de tipo tela con una unión de plástico pero no es así; esta versión es completamente plástico y se encuentra levemente texturizado en la parte de las teclas.
No sincroniza con varios dispositivos, para eso hay que desconectar uno y hacer la conexión con el siguiente dispositivo.
Es cómodo para escribir y responde muy bien; si hay que acostumbrarse a la proporción de las teclas. Da la impresión de ser un poquito dañable, sobre todo pensando que en la mochila algo podría picarlo y lastimar la cubierta, esperemos que no.
Aside from that, the keyboard had a few issues that might compromise the experience for you, but that I was willing to tolerate, because it is so small and portable - it has a mushy feel because of the FabricSkin (which I actually really liked) and is a little bit cramped (given the size, but I totally understood that as well). These weren't issues for me, but the lagginess and the letter-skipping was unfortunately a deal-breaker.
I was initially perplexed by this, as I had read a lot of reviews of this keyboard and none had mentioned this deficit, at least not to this extent. Perhaps I had just received a defective model? As well, I noticed another review talking about how their model did not look new (New means new). Mine did not either, could this have been a contributing factor? The box looked a little battered and there was no factory sealing, shrink-wrap or tape whatsoever. This made me wonder if my issues could have been due to the fact that this might be a used model (which would be annoying, as I had purchased a new model).
If you purchase this keyboard, I hope you have a better experience with it than I did, as I genuinely think this keyboard could have a lot of potential, if these issues are not typical of the Keys-To-Go. As well, if Logitech feels that it isn't representative of the experience, perhaps they can feel free to contact me or send me another model, or I could even re-purchase to give it another chance. I may also try contacting Logitech Support/Customer Service.