Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad - Red
Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad - Red
Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard cover delivers stylish protection for your iPad with a sleek aluminium screen cover.
Type in style
This Bluetooth wireless keyboard is smooth and quiet while freeing up screen space on your iPad. Work faster by using shortcut commands. Plus get six months of battery life on a full charge.
Cover securely attaches to your iPad thanks to a clever magnetic clip. It aligns quickly and easily – just clip and go.
Versatile iPad stand
A strikingly simple design holds your iPad at the optimum viewing angle when typing or watching a movie. Choose either portrait or landscape placement.
Auto wake and sleep
Instant On/Off conserves battery power by automatically waking your iPad when you open the cover– and sending it to sleep when you close the cover.
- Slim, aluminium cover protects your iPad in style
- Built-in Bluetooth wireless keyboard
- Simple clip-and-go magnetic hinge securely attaches the cover
- Versatile integrated iPad stand
- Instant on/off conserves battery power
Did you notice?A single charge gives you up to six months of typing.
Apple Recommends ForProtect your iPad while having a built-in keyboard and stand at the ready any time.
What's in the Box?
- Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover
- USB cable for recharging
- User documentation
- Form Factor: Dockable, Hard Case, Ultra-Thin
- Material: Aluminium, Hard Plastic
- Connections: Bluetooth
- Mfr. Part Number: 920-004917
- UPC or EAN No.: 097855092908
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iPad 2 (2nd generation)
iPad (3rd generation)
iPad with Retina display
Ratings & Reviews
Keyboard, not cover
The keyboard itself works great - comfortable (for its size), responsive, good battery life. The only thing missing is a backlight The keyboard itself works great - comfortable (for its size), responsive, good battery life. The only thing missing is a backlight. Also, if you're bilingual - remember that unlike most of PCs, Apple-related keyboards put characters right in the middle of the keys, leaving no space to add secondary alphabet. There's a dedicated language switching button though.
As a cover this device is pretty much a disaster. I would even say it adds more chances for your equipment to get damaged. You will have to be a lot more careful when using your iPad with this "cover" than without it. The magnetic holder was designed for a much lighter SmartCover, not for the heavy keyboard. There's a constant danger of either the iPad or the keyboard falling off. I would strongly advice against using your iPad when the magnetic holder is attached. Also, get some real cover to protect iPad along with this "cover". …
- Written by Sergey C from Waltham
372 of 418 people found this useful
LOVE IT PERFECT
I was a little concerned when I first bought it because the keyboard offers no protection against the glass screen and then if you I was a little concerned when I first bought it because the keyboard offers no protection against the glass screen and then if you open it without care it splits away from each other because the magnet is strong but not THAT strong...
However... I bought a screen protector for the ipad, keys against the glass problem solved.
PLUS I love the fact the on screen keyboard disappears allowing for more viewing of the screen when the keyboard bluetooth is hooked up.
AND I wanted a case compatible with this so I bought only the back cover for the iPad that stated it was fitted to work with the smart covers. Problem Solved. I now have this hot little red keyboard and lime green back cover. I love it. I also get stopped all the time from people who want to know where I got it. The viewing angle of the prop fits with the case for mine and the angle is perfect.
This isn't ideal if you're looking for something with the protection of an otterbox or lifeproof case.
Apple store baby, gotta love it. …
- Written by Lynsey S from Medford
316 of 347 people found this useful
Perfect for College!
So I bought this keyboard with my new iPad in January as a late Christmas present to myself as well as a school investment. I abso So I bought this keyboard with my new iPad in January as a late Christmas present to myself as well as a school investment. I absolutely love this combo and it has been the attention grabber of most of my classmates. I bought the red keyboard and so far (three weeks) it has been easy to use and connect to my iPad. It's stylish and very cool. BATTERY LIFE IS AMAZING! The only thing it would need maybe is a backlight to the keyboard only if it can keep its light weight. I have been recommending this keyboard to all my other friends who just got iPads as well! I will say however, that this keyboard cover is NOT a case. I also strongly recommend buying a sleeve for the iPad and keyboard cover. In all, love my keyboard! …
- Written by Juliana C from Los Angeles
156 of 169 people found this useful
This keyboard is great, compact and easy to use. Highly recommend it for school use or if you are on the go.
- Written by Linda G from Brisbane
NIce try, but not there yet.
I bought the Logitech Ultrathin keyboard based on the reviews that I saw on other sites. However, ever giving it a try for a coup I bought the Logitech Ultrathin keyboard based on the reviews that I saw on other sites. However, ever giving it a try for a couple of days, I returned it. The main reasons were (1) the cover won't fold around the backside of the iPad when you're not using it. Instead, it just comes apart and you have to set it aside and then reattach it later; and (2) the autocorrect feature doesn't work, but apparently this is a known issue with all Bluetooth keyboards. Even though the keys are fairly well spaced, it's still easy to make mistakes and it would be great to have the same autocorrect functionality as there is with the "built in" keyboard.
That being said, it's a reasonably well constructed product that typed well (but without autocorrect). If you're willing to deal with the drawbacks, go for it, but it's only getting two stars from me. …
- Written by Joseph B from Phoenix
14 of 20 people found this useful
exactly what i wanted
like others have said, this should really be seen as a keyboard only and not a cover. However I was after a keyboard first and for like others have said, this should really be seen as a keyboard only and not a cover. However I was after a keyboard first and foremost and have no problems using a separate cover. The keyboards that double as covers tend to be chunky and I would rather have a thinner and sexier keyboard. So far I have found the keyboard a little cramped, and I have small hands. In saying that, a few times I've forgotten I wasn't using the laptop and subconsciously my hands have tried to find the track pad LOL
For my purposes, which is the couple of times a year I need to travel and work on uni assignments at the same time, this offers a much better alternative to the on screen keyboard as it also frees up screen space.
You do need to be careful with both the iPad and the keyboard as they look like they will scratch easily, however as someone who never uses covers with anything I'm used to being careful enough to avoid scratches (despite being a rough person). Just need to make sure you always pick the keyboard up properly and don't let it drag on any surface.
In addition, if you are typing while in bed, remember that the iPad is not actually attached to the keyboard!
This keyboard was the deciding factor in selling my MacBook Air and purchasing a Mac Mini for the bulk of my uni work, with the iPad and this keyboard as a travel option. …
- Written by Liv S from St Lucia
5 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is this compatible with iPad Air2?
- Asked by Vanesh N from Mardi
This is not made for the iPad Air 2. However It will work with this keyboard but not ideal because t This is not made for the iPad Air 2. However It will work with this keyboard but not ideal because the iPad air 2 is thinner (as noted by one of the answers below) the slot it fits into is made for the thicker IPad Air and therefore the IPad Air 2 sits at a steeper angle. So to summarize this will work but not ideal and the expectation is Logitech will release a new keyboard …
- Answered by Tej B from Chicago
Does it fit iPad mini with retina display?
- Asked by Paul B
yes it does,because the new ipad mini is only a hair thicker than the old one, all mini cases will f yes it does,because the new ipad mini is only a hair thicker than the old one, all mini cases will fit it. but, one of the two microphones will be covered by the back padding.
hope this helps. …
- Answered by Lewis C
How do I know when keyboard needs charging?
- Asked by Georgina T from Marbella
a red light flashes
- Answered by Conor M
how do you change keyboard language from english to spanish?
- Asked by Darin H from Los Angeles
first you have to have the spanish language onscreen keyboard set up on your ipad(you will find it i first you have to have the spanish language onscreen keyboard set up on your ipad(you will find it in your settings), than connect your new keyboard to your ipad and press the "fn" and the "2" key together and there you go. (you will have a message on your screen as well) …
- Answered by Máté Z
Does the keyboard have to be physically connected to the iPad to work or does it work remotely?
- Asked by Claire H from Rockport
No, it does not have to be connected to work, it will work up to around 10 feet away.
- Answered by Conor M