Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini for the iPad mini
You don’t suppose that a device that is known as the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini would, well, be the perfect fit for the iPad mini from Apple? You don’t say, and this is exactly what the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini is all about, being a slim protective keyboard cover that was specially designed in order to enhance the entire iPad mini experience. The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini is said to help you make the most of everything that you want to achieve on your iPad mini, be it firing up apps, watching movies and viewing photos, you will still end up with a relatively comfortable typing experience without bulking up your slim and svelte tablet.
The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini will attach itself securely to your iPad mini as you hear the click of powerful integrated magnets. Thanks to the use of a slim aluminum cover, you can be sure that it will match the design of the iPad mini, while bringing along with it durable protection without bulking up your tablet. Whenever your fingers feel as though they would want to dance all over the keyboard, just flip the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini, and its built-in Bluetooth EasyType keyboard will be revealed, offering all and sundry a traditional typing layout in a small seven-inch form factor.
To make sure you do not end up like a fish out of water, it will also be equipped with iPad mini function shortcut keys for the commands that you would use most often, including copy and paste. Not only that, it will also double up as a hands-free view stand for you to make use of your iPad mini without having to go through the trouble of holding it.
Other features of the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini include an instant On/Off feature, allowing your iPad mini to wake up automatically whenever you open the cover, and it will switch to standby when you close it. Sporting a 3-month battery life with 2 hours of use a day on average, this $79.99 bad boy looks set to be a decent accessory purchase as it arrives in Europe and the US from this month onwards.