A Keyboard Case That Won't Turn Your iPad into a Hideous Hunchback

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A physical keyboard is a must if you intend to do any serious work with the iPad. And Logitech's new Ultrathin Keyboard Cover makes it easy to bring one along without adding serious bulk to your tablet. Because why else would you use it over a laptop?

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The $100 Bluetooth keyboard—available sometime this month—promises up to six months of battery life as long as you're not typing more than two hours per day, and it magnetically attaches to your new iPad or iPad 2 just like Apple's own Smart Cover. And thanks to a strategically placed groove above the QWERTY keyboard, the cover can also double as a stand turning your iPad into a makeshift laptop. [Logitech]

Illustration for article titled A Keyboard Case That Won't Turn Your iPad into a Hideous Hunchback
Illustration for article titled A Keyboard Case That Won't Turn Your iPad into a Hideous Hunchback

DISCUSSION

Picklepop
picklepop

I'm sorry, I am not trying to start a flame war, but if you buy a hardware keyboard for an iPad, why don't you just use a laptop? I really do not understand the logic.

I have an iPad and I wouldn't think about buying a keyboard, because if I felt the need to have a keyboard, then I would realize that its pointless to have an iPad.

Now I know people might say, "Well it makes typing e-mails and documents easier." Well if that is the case, then why not use your laptop then.

Idk, I just thought I would mention that, because I have always pondered why people use hardware keyboards for their iPads.