Logitech's New iPad Keyboard Hides Mechanical Keys in a Spillproof Skin

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Cleaning up after a spill is made even worse when your toppled drink also destroys your keyboard. So it looks like Logitech has removed the waterproof keyboard from its iPad cases and turned it into a standalone wireless unit, called the Keys-To-Go, that's designed to work with your iOS devices, Apple TV, and of course your Macs should you not trust yourself with Apple's own keyboards.

Reminiscent in appearance of the Touch keyboard used with Microsoft's Surface tablets, the Keys-To-Go actually wraps a full set of mechanical keys in a water and dustproof skin so that your touch-typing experience isn't compromised. It's also available in three colors for the style conscious, has a set of dedicated iOS shortcut keys across the top, and will run for about three months on a full charge courtesy of a built-in microUSB port.

At $70 it's priced to go head-to-head with Apple's Bluetooth keyboard, except Logitech's Keys-To-Go seems like an all-around better solution for traveling or home use. It's thinner than Apple's offering, and those Doritos crumbs can be easily wiped away when you're sprawled out on the couch watching Apple TV. [Logitech]