Logitech Ultrathin for iPads revealed

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logitech-ultrathinSo, you have just gone out to get yourself a spanking new iPad, and wished that it would not end up getting scratched or “hurt” by an accidental nick or drop? That should not be a problem, considering the numerous third party iPad cases that are in the market today, but just how many of those will be able to get their respective jobs done without actually losing its functionality? Logitech of Switzerland has long had a worthwhile history when it comes to iPad accessories, and their latest new Logitech Ultrathin that targets the iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display would fit the bill perfectly. The Logitech Ultrathin improves upon its flexibility and design of its award winning predecessor, sporting a thinner and lighter keyboard cover, in addition to sporting a new multi-angle slot that gives one the freedom to adjust the viewing angle accordingly.

Considering how the iPad’s usage patterns have changed over time, the Logitech Ultrathin could not arrive at a more timely manner. No longer are iPads used primarily to consume content, as it too, is a tool to create content wherever you go.

With the Logitech Ultrathin, you can more or less call this as your other half of the iPad. Sporting a new, flexible, multi-angle slot that will be able to securely attach to your iPad using a magnetic clip, you will be able to tilt your iPad to the right angle that suits you, making it a more comfortable typing experience. The Bluetooth keboard iself will boast of well spaced keys that has an optimized layout, where it will be accompanied by iOS shortcuts so that you would not be greeted with an unfamiliar interface. Expect the Logitech Ultrathin for iPad Air to retail for $99.99 each, while for the iPad mini and iPad mini with Retina display, it will be $10 more affordable as it hits the US and Europe later next month.

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