Shortly after Apple unveiled the latest specs and size changes of the iPad Air, case and accessory makers were sent scrambling to come out with updated products. The process didn’t take too long for Belkin, as it’s already had keyboards on the market for some time now. I’ve spent a few weeks with the Ultimate Keyboard Case for the iPad Air. Here are my thoughts on this productivity tool.
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Logitech was kind enough to send me a Logitech Ultrathin Keyboad Cover for the iPad mini for review. I thoroughly enjoyed using Logitech’s full size keyboard for the bigger iPad, so naturally I was excited to see how Logitech would shrink down my favorite Bluetooth keyboard and still make it enjoyable to use.
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As a writer I use a keyboard all day long, be it a Bluetooth connected keyboard with my iPad, or Apple’s wireless keyboard. It’s a crucial piece of my workflow.
After reviewing the Kensington KeyFolio Expert Keyboard for the iPad, I fell in love with the workflow it enabled. Then I reviewed the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover and fell in love with it again. But, one downfall I later realized of the Logitech keyboard (and Kensington, for that matter) was the lack of backlit keys. Enter the ZAGGkeys PROPlus. It’s a Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad 2, 3 or 4; complete with a full-sized backlit keyboard. Here’s how it stacks up.
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As I have told you before, in the past I had been a bit hesitant of using a physical keyboard with the iPad. The screen, the user interface, the entire product was designed to be touched. And I was OK with that. Then I reviewed the Kensington KeyFolio Expert Keyboard and I began to gain an appreciation of the added capabilities a Bluetooth keyboard brings to the iPad. So, I requested a smaller, lighter keyboard from Logitech hoping it would eliminate the issues I had with the Kensington keyboard. I received the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover a few weeks ago and have been using it since. Read on to find out how it compared.
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There’s much debate across the Internet when it comes to the iPad being a content creation device. One of the biggest hurdles that will need to be overcome for it to be considered a content created device is the lack of a physical keyboard. I recently started leaving my MacBook Air home when traveling, taking only my iPad, I often times found myself missing a physical keyboard. Recently, I was able to get my hands on the Kensington KeyFolio Expert (henceforth will be referred to as simply, KeyFolio). Read on for our full review.
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The Corsair Vengeance K90 is Corsair’s top-dog mechanical gaming keyboard. Like Corsair’s M90 mouse, it’s designed specifically for MMO gaming, but obviously works with all kinds of games as well as typing. I’m a big fan of the M90 mouse, so I was excited to check out how the K90 would pair up.
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It’s no secret that extended typing on a tablet or smartphone is challenging task. That’s why innovative tablets like the ASUS Transformer are so popular––people want a real keyboard for long typing sessions. But for tablet owners who don’t have an ASUS Transformer, a portable Bluetooth keyboard is a nice alternative. Logitech, with their years of keyboard-building know-how, released the Bluetooth Keyboard for Android Tablets, which does a little transformation of its own.
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