Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air, White

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Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air, White

Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air, White

  • Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air (5th Generation): Built-in Bluetooth keyboard with full-size keys and iOS shortcuts for fast, fluid typing
  • Thin, light aluminum screen cover: Complements and protects your iPad in style
  • Powerful magnetic clips: The cover and iPad stay perfectly aligned and securely closed when you are on the go
  • Sturdy iPad stand: A magnetic groove holds iPad upright at the ideal angle for typing and interacting with the touch screen
  • Auto wake/sleep: Automatically wakes your iPad when you open the cover and puts it to sleep when closed

FeaturesEnlargeAlso available in blackLogitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover For iPad AirThe Other Half Of Your iPadHow do you make your iPad even more perfect? Protect it with this ultrathin aluminum screen cover that doubles as a wireless keyboard for iPad. The Bluetooth keyboard gives you an incredibly fast, fluid, and comfortable typing experience with the reassuring “click” of real keys. Just as you would expect from Logitech. Images of iPad and Ultrathin Keyboard Cover are for demonstration purposes only. Actual product may vary slightly. iPad sold separately. Product shown using iPad mini model. iPad sold separately.Product HighlightsIntegrated thin, light Bluetooth keyboardFull-size keys and iOS shortcuts Protective aluminum screen coveriPad standSecure magnetic closureAuto on/off wakes/sleeps iPad Rechargeable (USB cable included)Works with iPad Air only EnlargeEnlarge Thin, light Bluetooth keyboard Weighs only 336g (0.74 lbs.) and measures just 7.3mm (0.29 in.) thickIncludes

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3 thoughts on “Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air, White

  1. 40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good, but still plagued with weak magnets – only in a different spot, November 10, 2013
    This review is from: Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air, White (Personal Computers)

    I just got this Logitech Ultrathin case for my new iPad Air. I had the Ultrathin for my iPad 2 for over a year, so I’m quite familiar with it. The level of functionality it brings to the iPad is just unbelievable. Contrary to what Apple preaches, keyboards aren’t going anywhere for a looooong time and are, for anyone who does anything productive on their iPad, a total necessity.

    What’s so great about this Ultrathin case though is that it is easily one of the lightest, thinnest, easiest to use & transport keyboards on the market. It isn’t some bulky case or folio and when you want to just hold your iPad by itself, it’s as simple as separating the magnetic keyboard from your iPad; you don’t have to fuss with any snaps or other physical attachment, nor do you have to wriggle your iPad out of some tight enclosure.

    This model is pretty similar to the one I had for my iPad 2, so I know it well. Of course it does have some minor changes & refinements, and the below are my observations of this new Logitech Ultrathin case, updated for the iPad Air:

    – Let’s get the bad news out of the way first: One of the first things I noticed & complained about with the U2 case is how weak the edge/hinge magnets were that hold the case to the iPad when closed. While that issue has been addressed – the edge/hinge magnets are now much stronger, frustratingly enough, the magnets that are supposed to retain the device when it’s clicked into the keyboard for use are so weak I had to play with it to see if there even were any magnets in that location at all. Indeed, there seem to be magnets to hold the iPad air at an angle while in the slot, but they are ridiculously weak and offer virtually NO retention.

    With the U2 case & iPad 2, you could pick up the iPad itself with the keyboard still attached in the slot, give it a good shake & it wouldn’t come loose. With the new case for the Air, sadly, you can barely lift the iPad at all and the keyboard drops loose. This will certainly take some readjustment in my daily routine and I hope I do not drop this keyboard. I dropped my U2 keyboard & slightly bent it – it is fragile.

    – While what struck me at first about the Ultrathin keyboard for iPad 2 (can we call it “U2” for short?) was how thin and light it was. The opposite was true for the new Air keyboard – it instantly felt almost clunky & heavy. This is more indicative of how thin & light the air is, than a knock to Logitech, but the new keyboard case feels much closer in weight to the air than the U2 felt to the iPad 2. Of course the iPad 2 is significantly heavier than the Air, and so the Logitech U2 case rightly feels drastically lighter than the iPad 2.

    With the iPad Air being so thin and light, adding Logitech’s case almost – but not quite – makes it feel like you’re carrying around a second iPad Air.

    Again I want to be clear that this is not, on its own, a thick and heavy case – quite the opposite in fact, and I still think it is the best keyboard on the market. However, coming from my old, much heavier iPad 2, the Air is so much thinner and lighter as to make even a slim keyboard like this one, feel & appear thick & heavy…again, this is to Apple’s credit for how great a job they did with the iPad Air!

    – I’m glad to see Logitech implement some rubber bumpers to better separate the hard plastic of the keyboard case from the iPads screen. My iPad 2 screen has a very, very slight wear mark from where the glass contacts the plastic – after over a year of use, it’s rubbed together enough to wear my screen a tiny bit. I suggest people put a screen protector onto your iPad if you’re at all concerned about this.

    The rubber bumpers are on the edges of the keyboard, along the same row as the space bar, and a long strip runs above the slot where you place the iPad for use – which is exactly the spot I could have used protection for my iPad 2.

    I’ve got a screen protector on order for my new Air to prevent this issue, and a back cover to provide added grip anyway.

    Additionally, there are now tiny rubber “feet” on the outside of the case, and a raised rubber strip along the edge where it clips onto your iPad, almost like the feet/pads on the underside of a laptop. This is a nice touch, and we’ll see if it helps. I was considering getting a screen protector to apply to the outside of this case as the bare aluminum is slick. I’ll have to wait & see if the rubber pads help, or are too small to make any difference.

    – On the “U2” case, there was a chintzy strip of plastic running along the inside of the slot where you place the iPad for use – that shifted over time, exposing a gummy adhesive residue that would occasionally get tiny bits onto my iPad screen. A very small annoyance, but I’m glad to see it’s gone. Logitech’s attention to the tiniest details such as this make the issue with the super-weak slot magnets even…

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  2. 29 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m returning mine, November 11, 2013
    By 
    TKL

    This review is from: Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air, White (Personal Computers)

    I also owned the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard for iPad 3. I bought the new one thinking it would be as good or better. The article below lists the pros and cons, but I also noticed the following.

    A few things were improved, but the iPad not only sits insecurely on the keyboard, the weight of it was already lifting and separating the top layer of the keyboard which seems glued to the bottom layer. I’m returning mine for fear of breaking it from normal use in a very short amount of time. .

    http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/11/10/review-logitech-ultrathin-keyboard-cover-for-ipad-air-not-as-solid/

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  3. 17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Good but two steps back from the previous Ultrathin, November 12, 2013
    By 
    Kent

    At first glance, the new Ultrathin seems like a natural progression of the Ultrathin covers. It now has tiny bumper feet on the bottom. It’s hinge is stronger. Its surface has a more premium matte look. However its plagued by some manufacturing defects and odd design choices that were not present in the previous models. The magnetic hinge is so strong now that it snaps onto the ipad with an audible bang and actually caused a fracture in the plastic of the hinge after repeated use. The plastic where the iPad sits in the stand is slowly peeling upwards and the iPad doesn’t feel as securely seated as the previous Ultrathin. Also noteworthy, for some reason Logitech decided to shrink the Quotes/Apostrophe key, and Question Mark key when the previous gen Ultrathin had full keys all around. Kind of an odd decision and does hurt my typing speed, especially since the Quote/Apostrophe key is used often enough to warrant a full key. Hopefully Logitech will update this product with a revision.

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