Logitech Keyboard Showdown

When I got my iPad a couple of months back I immediately thought of all the accessories that I wanted to start looking at to pimp it out. I had actually been going back and forth wondering if I really could use an iPad or if it would just sit there and be used only for occasional games. Are they too big and delicate to even be in this house with all of these kids running around? I needed something to protect it but I also wanted to maybe just take it along with me when I travel instead of lugging around a standard laptop.

I knew that I did not like typing out long emails and blog posts with the onscreen keyboard. I make enough mistakes on a regular keyboard and I make even more with the onscreen virtual keyboard. I think I should just stick with what I make the least mistakes with and keep the auto correcting of my blundering fingers to a minimum. So, I sought out some solutions in the form of my friends over at Logitech and their selection of Bluetooth keyboards to suit my bumbling typing needs. I tried out two products with my iPad2 and those products were the Logitech Tablet Keyboard For iPad and the Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2.

You can find both of these items over at Logitech’s site. The Keyboard Case for iPad 2 retails for around $99.99 and the Tablet Keyboard For iPad retails for around $69.99. Also keep up with Logitech on Facebook and Twitter to see what other sweet products might be coming your way.

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4 Responses to “Logitech Keyboard Showdown”

      Bridgette on September 5th, 2011 7:02 pm

      Thanks for the great info, Ryan! I have been looking into keyboards for my iPad and have been hesitant to purchase because I am not sure how they function “in real life.” It was nice to see how easy the LogiTech was to connect and start typing. I think I like the first one better because of the all-in-one design.

      Melissa on September 5th, 2011 7:31 pm

      This is helpful! My husband wants an iPad and it is good to know what accessories will make a difference!

      Louise on September 5th, 2011 9:26 pm

      Why did you have to show me this, now I just think I HAVE to have a keyboard for my ipad. And I know that’s your pink ipad. 😉

      Toni @ A Daily Dose on September 6th, 2011 4:32 am

      Thanks for the great info. I don’t own an iPad yet but hope to in the coming months. I know I will want a keyboard that’s for sure and love the ease this one seems to have to connect and use.

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