iPad [Review] Logitech Type+ Keyboard for iPad Air 2

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by tsevince, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. tsevince macrumors regular

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    One of our older, more popular videos (we can only assume because everyone loves Logitech), but the Type+ offers one of the best keyboards out there for your iPad, wrapped in a tough shell case.

    You're going to get some additional bulk, but it's really helps in making the whole case feel secure. The keyboard has full size keys and a full layout which makes typing on it a breeze.

    You can fold the keyboard behind the iPad when you're not using it, which automatically turns it off to prevent any misclicks.

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  3. tsevince thread starter macrumors regular

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    Definitely not for anyone looking for a minimal case, thought the bulk does add a level of protection.
     
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    True. I have the Ultrathin for the iPad Air and it works well for me. Nice reviews by the way.
     
  5. tsevince thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thanks! Though this one is older and much darker in lighting, appreciate the kind words :D
     
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    After spending more time researching a decent ipad air 2 keyboard case, that would also be great for reading in portrait mode, i finally went with the Belkin Qode pro V3, boy was this an amazing bit of kit. The case offers an ingenious workstation coupled with an amazing backlit keyboard; all held in place with high grade magnets. I can use it in both portrait and landscape modes, and can also detach it from the keyboard, and using it as a tablet only - to do tablet stuff.

    Overall, i am very happy wit it, and recommend it. It does add some extra bulk, but the case is both sturdy and stylish.
     
  7. tsevince thread starter macrumors regular

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    Oh the Qode is the top of the top, practically rated as the best keyboard available, but also has a premium price tag. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone if they have the money to spend.
     

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