For a long time I’ve been a huge fan of using Bluetooth keyboards for getting work done on my iPads. The tactile keys feel so much more natural to work with than pressing on glass, and there are plenty of keyboard shortcuts that make it convenient to use. The one major thing Bluetooth keyboards don’t…
Tag: iPad Keyboards
This week, Logitech have unveiled their new line-up of iPad compatible keyboards and keyboard cases. The new line-up features keyboards and keyboard cases compatible with all generations of iPad, but more specifically the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.
The Zagg Cover for iPad Air with a clamshell-like design made possible by an ingenious hinge, pleasant backlit keys and a sturdy build, is poised to be among the best keyboards available for the iPad Air at the moment.
After spending some time with the Zagg Universal, the Kensington KeyCover Plus — a hard shell keyboard case for the iPad Air — was a stark and welcomed change. It’s anodised aluminium finish and metallic bezel give it a refined and stylish look, while it’s discreet rubber feet
Logitech’s original Ultrathin keyboard was already impressive with its light weight and compact form factor — gaining a rating of 4.5/5 stars in last year’s review. Today, Logitech announced the newest version of the Ultrathin, this time made for iPad Air and iPad Mini (both the original and Retina).
Since owning my first iPad, the onscreen keyboard has probably been the first and only frustration in using the device. It’s not that it’s a bad keyboard in itself; it’s very responsive to touch and the keys are actually a nice size to type on. The trouble is, as a frequent typer I need something…