Logitech Ultrathin Folio Keyboard Case for iPad Air – Black (Will not fit iPad Air 2)

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The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio case for iPad delivers great typing that’s incredibly thin and light. It provides a pleasingly fast, fluid, and comfortable typing experience with the reassuring click of real keys. Precision engineering, state-of-the-art materials, and cutting-edge manufacturing techniques all contribute to this design that’s so light you’ll hardly notice it’s there, until you need it. Highlights • Built-in Bluetooth keyboard with time-saving iOS shortcut keys for fast, fluid typing • Durable, water-repellant case protects front and back of iPad • SecureLock system uses low-profile clips to keep corners of iPad firmly fastened to the frame • Powerful hidden magnets keep folio securely closed when you’re on the go • Easy release makes iPad easy to insert and remove • Folio doubles as a stand that holds iPad upright for typing or flat for web browsing with keyboard hidden • Automatically wakes your iPad when you open the cover and puts it to sleep when closed • Easy recharging with included USB cable-get up to three months of battery life on a full charge Did you notice? • Doubles as a stand that holds iPad upright for typing or flat for web browsing with keyboard hidden. Apple Recommends For • A convenient combination of external keyboard and protective cover for your iPad. Tech Specs • Form Factor: Hard Case, Ultra-Thin • Material: Hard Plastic • Connections: Bluetooth 2.0 • Height: 9.84 in./25 cm • Width: 7.16 in./18.2 cm • Weight: 12.32 oz./349.27 g • Length: 0.76 in./1.93 cm • Manufacturer Information • Part Number • Mfr. Part Number: 920-006164 • UPC or EAN No.: 097855103406

Product Features

  • Exceptional typing experience
  • Auto wake, auto sleep functions with rechargeable, long-lasting battery
  • Front and back protection with textured feel
  • Connects with Bluetooth
  • Two viewing positions

2 COMMENTS

  1. I loved the first one and This was my second Logitech Ultrathin Case. I loved the first one and, when the plastic ears that hold the iPad in the case broke, I bought another thinking it was just a bad case. NO. I just broke the ears on the second one. I’m rough on an iPad as I carry it with me most of the time. On occasion it will slip off a seat or slide into the floor. It happens. These cases are so fragile that a small bump ruins them. Not good. It’s a great keyboard that works very, very well, but be…

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