Logitech Launches Keyboard Cases for New iPad Air and iPad Pro Models

Popular accessory maker Logitech this week announced new keyboard case options that are designed for Apple's iPad Air and iPad Pro models, offering an alternative to the more expensive Magic Keyboard options from Apple.

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The Logitech Combo Touch is compatible with both sizes of the ‌iPad Air‌ and the two thin and light ‌iPad Pro‌ models. Logitech says that the Logitech Combo Touch is its lightest keyboard to date, improving portability and limiting the bulk added to a tablet setup.

The Combo Touch comes with a detachable keyboard and flexible kickstand for multiple use modes. It can be used for typing in the standard keyboard mode, or folded in a way that allows for sketching, reading, and Apple Pencil use.

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There is a multi-touch trackpad, which Logitech says offers intuitive and precise input and navigation. There are auto-backlit keys in a standard layout with sixteen brightness levels. Shortcut keys allow easy access to volume control, media playback, screenshots, and more, plus there is a Smart Connector for connectivity so there's no need for Bluetooth.

The Combo Touch for the 11-inch ‌iPad Air‌ is $200, while the Combo Touch for the 13-inch model is $230. The ‌iPad Pro‌ versions are priced at $230 and $260, respectively, for the 11-inch and 13-inch models. The keyboards can be purchased from the Logitech website.

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ThisIsMike Avatar
2 weeks ago
I’m used to the Apple tax on Apple products, but let me just say, for a non-Apple product, damn, that is some overpriced ********.
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LogicalApex Avatar
2 weeks ago
I love how Logitech made their keyboard case compatible with both the M4 and M2 and earlier iPad Pros, but Apple didn't. So even more so that they broke compatibility purely in software to force a new Magic Keyboard purchase. That's a shame.

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dsusanj Avatar
2 weeks ago
… and this is what the LCT keyboard looks like after less than two years of regular use (in fact, the keys have started peeling off within a year). Not to mention the warping of the top case around the speaker holes, which has allegedly been fixed on newer versions of the LCT. I'd recommend it otherwise, as it is a solid product that offers much more protection for the iPad than the Magic Keyboard, but I have never had a keyboard that developed so much wear and tear with regular use in less than two years.

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Techwatcher Avatar
2 weeks ago
These are dope products… for $100 or less. Wtf are they thinking with these prices?
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
surferbob Avatar
2 weeks ago
These keyboards cost as much as a low end laptop. There's just no value there at these prices.
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KPOM Avatar
2 weeks ago
These are solid keyboard cases and a good alternative to the Apple Magic Keyboard.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)