We've been taking a look at several different keyboard cases, covers, and folios for the iPad Air. Now that we've reviewed them all individually, it's time to put them all head to head and see how each stacks up when it comes to design, duarability, keyboard layout, and more. So follow along and see which keyboard case for iPad Air, if any, reigns supreme!
Aside from Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for iPad Air, they also offer a thinner and lighter option in the form of the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. For anyone who has ever used a Smart Cover before, you'll already know exactly how to use it right out of the box. The Ultrathin Keyboard Cover is one of the thinnnest offerings I've seen in terms of keyboard cases, but does that come at the cost of usability? Let's find out!
Logitech makes an extensive line of keyboard cases for all variants of iPad and one of their newest offerings is the Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for iPad Air. From the sleek exterior to the lightweight design, there's a lot to like about the Ultrathin Folio. But how does it do when it comes to getting down to business and hammering out emails, messages, articles, and anything else you could throw at it? Let's find out!
Just 24 hours after Moga made its first iPhone game controller official, Logitech has followed suit with this, the Powershell. Compatible with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and 5th generation iPod touch, the Powershell is a tempting looking MFi game controller for iOS 7.
Logitech has announced new versions of its popular iPad cases, with these new models specifically made for the iPad Air. The FabricSkin Keyboard Folio, Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, Ultrathin Keyboard Folio, and Folio Protective Case have will all be compatible with Apple's new 9.7-inch tablet.
Logitech is having another crack at making a killer iPad mini case with the release of this, the Ultrathin Keyboard Folio. As the name implies, it's a ridiculously thin folio case for the iPad mini, that packs a Bluetooth keyboard within so you can get down to some serious typing.
Logitech already makes some great accessories for iOS devices, and if this blurrycam image is to be believed, it looks like they might have an iPhone 5 gamepad on the way. This image acquired by the folks at Kotaku, purports to be a future G-Series gaming add-on for the iPhone 5 complete with Lightning port, D-Pad and four physical buttons.
Peripheral maker Logitech has long sold gaming products for PC gamers - mice, keyboards, game controllers and headphones - and recently grouped the products more formally under the "Logitech G" brand. Logitech's new G lineup includes six redesigned mice and keyboards which hit store shelves later this month. Now Logitech has announced Mac support for them.