Logitech Keyboard Folio for iPad Mini - Mystic Blue
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- Logitech keyboard folio for iPad Mini - mystic blue
- The folio-style sleeve offers total protection for your tablet
- Easy type Bluetooth keyboard allows you type comfortably
- Eye-catching style and save battery life with instant on/off when you open and close the cover
- Magnetic attraction secures the iPad Mini at an ideal angle for typing
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Logitech Keyboard Folio Mini
A striking folio that protects and complements your iPad mini
The EasyType Bluetooth keyboard reinvents typing on the iPad mini with comfort and easy action. Hidden magnets hold the iPad mini at the ideal angle for typing and keep your folio securely closed when you're on the go.
The folio-style protective sleeve safeguards both the front and back of the iPad mini. You can rest easy knowing your iPad mini and its touch screen are safe and sound.
EasyType Bluetooth Keyboard
The folio reinvents typing on the iPad mini by transforming into an EasyType Bluetooth keyboard with a familiar layout and the comfort and action of full-size keys. Keys are where you expect them to be and iPad mini shortcuts add a further touch of convenience, while saving screen space for content.
The sleek profile perfectly complements the iPad mini, featuring sumptuous fabrics and materials in a range of colours. Evoke your personal style, your invitation to embrace and enjoy.
Hidden magnets securely hold the iPad mini at an ideal angle for typing and keep your Logitech Keyboard Folio securely closed when you're on the go. Folding down the folio hides the keyboard while you browse or enjoy your favourite media.
Just open the cover to wake your iPad mini and close it to put it to sleep. It's that simple and helps preserve the iPad mini's battery life.
- iPad mini
1 x Keyboard Folio mini
USB Cable for recharging
3-year guarantee and full product support
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Top Customer Reviews
So, would you, as that person, benefit from this case from Logitech?
Firstly, the immediate advantage in a folio cover is the recovery of the half of your screen that would be used by the touch keyboard.
The first disadvantage is that the folio is surprisingly heavy. A lot of the weight appears to be in the outer material of the cover, which is of very good quality and probably highly durable. If you own a mini rather than a full size iPad with the specific goal of not carrying anything heavier, then this isn't great. The folio is also very chunky; the hefty covers and the fairly thick keyboard combine to more than double the thickness of your iPad.
Look more closely at the cover and you'll find a beautifully soft interior lining and a padded backing where your iPad sits. The caddy itself has a plastic that is a mix of flexibility and rigidity; strong enough to firmly grasp the iPad, soft enough as not to scratch or mark. There are also little magnets on the edge that match up to more magnets in the keyboard to hold everything in place when using the folio as a stand.
The keyboard is set into a shiny plastic slab that also contains the rechargeable battery. This is the only part of the folio that looks a bit tacky, even though the plastics feel good to the touch. It is about 5-6mm thick (measured by eye), which is disappointingly thick. The keys themselves are a bit too button-like for my taste too, with a soft action that is lacking in positivity.Read more ›
I arrived direct from Amazon in less that 24 hours after ordering it.
You will get the GB version, with £ key!
The keys are full sized, except for the numbers, and the case itself fits my ipad mini perfectly.
I read many, many other reviews of cheaper items, but decided to pay more for quality, and
I am not disappointed.
I had a cheap keyboard on my Blackberry Playbook, and it was rubbery and you had to press the keys
very hard to get a response; this Logitech has brilliant keys, just like on my big full size computer.
Admittedly they do need getting used to, but it is much better than screen tapping, and as I need to
write lots of documents in work, I will now be able to type speedily on my ipad mini, rather than having
to take my computer with me, plus its big case, charger, etc.
I have also bought a slip in 9inch case to pop everything in.
The item is admittedly quite heavy, but your ipad screen will be protected as it sits on a frame provided
by the keyboard. The whole thing has been expertly designed!
|Length: 4:49 Mins|
⦁ The keyboard overall is scrunched together (because of space constraints)
⦁ Some keys are missing (you have to use convoluted key combinations to get the functionality back) (for example, there's no TAB key, you have to press Fn + A)
⦁ Some buttons are mispositioned (e.g. whenever I aim for '1', I always hit the top left button, which is the home button)
That said, I love everything else about the product. If you look at the keyboard whilst typing, the buttons won't be an issue for you. If you touch type, as I do, you find that you love it 90% of the time but hate it the other 10%. [I'm so used to the '1' button being above and slightly to the left of the 'Q' button; I keep accidentally launching the home screen].
Now that I'm done moaning... What's good about this?
✅ use of very strong, carefully positioned magnets
✅ attention to detail
🎥 Please see the video to see what I mean. [🔇 NB - the video doesn't have any sound.]
UPDATE 15 OCTOBER 2013
It is deeply frustrating that with iOS 7, the arrow keys have stopped working! I'm using 7.02
I have no doubt it will be fixed in a future update but you may want to hold off until then.
UPDATE 24 NOV 2013
I'm updated to 7.04 - the hardware arrow keys work, once again! [I haven't used this since the update written above, so I'm not sure when this was fixed]
The Folio case exudes class and is the perfect housing for your Apple gadget! The materials used are top notch and feel as though they will stand the test of time.
The keyboard is also of excellent quality, with a reassuring click as the keys are pressed. The layout is somewhat cramped but adequate and obviously it has to match the size of the iPad Mini so not much they could have done.
The case is magnetised so when you open your iPad it awakes and when you close the case it goes to sleep. When typing, the screen rests on the keyboard with magnets also and when in place it is quite secure.
There are various short cuts on the keyboard, specific for iPad operation which are also a nice touch.
Logitech claim that it will last up to 3 Months on a single charge. Based on 2 hours of use each day. I have not tested this claim yet but I have only charged the keyboard once so far!
It connects to your iPad via Bluetooth and has a range of up to 10m but not sure how relevant that is if your using it to connect to your iPad as is it's purpose.
Included in the box is the folio case & keyboard, a USB charging cable and Documentation. Which is basically a quick setup guide if you want more info you have to go online. I would prefer more details in print but that's the way of the world and if it conserves the rainforest then its all right by me.
It really is a lovely accessory and one that turns your iPad Mini in to a lovely little travel companion!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a quality keyboard that fits the Mini perfectly, has superb battery life and doubles as a rather tidy case. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mr. John T. Clark
This case is dark dirty blue with a fabric finish, not the bright, fresh finish that the picture and description suggest.Published 17 days ago by Deezle
Works great,but screen protector tends to come off when trying to insert iPad into very tight slotsPublished 2 months ago by ELZBIETA KAKOL
Would have been 5* if not for the fact keyboard parts clip off to easily but other than that great keyboard and stand.Published 2 months ago by Mikes
Came with instruction book in 4 languages, none English. Struggling to set up.Published 3 months ago by karenatkinson