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Old Feb 6, 2013, 09:03 PM   #26
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Me too! I'm waiting for an Apple designed keyboard cover for the iPad mini.
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Old Feb 7, 2013, 02:03 PM   #27
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The available keyboards for the iPad Mini is already too thin for me. They should just let it like that. Another reduction to its thickness and it may result to being easily broken.
The magnetic keyboard covers (full ipad and Mini) from Logitech and Belkin all look to have aluminum shells (not painted plastic). I wouldn't go around dropping them, but they shouldn't be too easy to break.
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Old Mar 2, 2013, 06:25 PM   #28
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Just picked this up for my new Mini. It is exactly what I wanted, very happy with it overall. I've had a bit of an adjustment to typing on a smaller keyboard, but as a person with big hands I am pleasantly surprised at how quickly I've adapted. Perfect for light schoolwork (what I am using it for) or similar tasks.
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Old Mar 3, 2013, 02:57 PM   #29
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Just picked this up for my new Mini. It is exactly what I wanted, very happy with it overall. I've had a bit of an adjustment to typing on a smaller keyboard, but as a person with big hands I am pleasantly surprised at how quickly I've adapted. Perfect for light schoolwork (what I am using it for) or similar tasks.
I'm 'debating' between the Zagg7 and the Logitech. The Logitech is so much smaller and the left tab key requires 2 keys.
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I'm 'debating' between the Zagg7 and the Logitech. The Logitech is so much smaller and the left tab key requires 2 keys.
I'd stay clear of the Logitech, mine arrived today and it's pretty much almost unusable for me, predominantly down to a few design flaws.

The A key is oversized, and it would have been a better idea to use that space to allow for more space for the ; & keys. They're far too cramped, to the point of them just not being usable, I'm faster on the onscreen keyboard. Also the backspace key is too small, a few less function keys, which are just gimmicks when you have a touch screen right in front of you, would have been a better design choice.

I have pretty small hands, I'm five six in height and my hand size is proportional.

They keyboard itself is beautiful, very well put together and aesthetically it just blends in so well with my iPad mini (Both keyboard and case are white).
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