The slim keyboard, screen cover, is impressive but is it too small?
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I'm David Carnoy executive editor for cnet.com. And I'm here C Logitech. Ultra thin keyboard -- This is essentially a smaller version of the company's ultra thin keyboard for the standard size iPad. And what the -- thinking about this keyboard is essentially acts as a screen cover for your iPad -- here's magnetic -- your iPad. Creating a -- thin profile. Of the one drawback to the whole set up is that it does not protect the back of your -- your iPad as essentially exposed. The Logitech has done a very good job of matching the Finnish. On the back of the iPad to the back of the keyboard also really looks like one nice integrated package this comes in both black. And lights he can match it with either color iPad in terms of the actual keyboard this is one of the best mini keyboards we've seen. Least all the keys are there there are some shortcut keys as well. It still is going to feel a little bit cramped for folks a -- with folks with bigger hands -- it's a little strange because you're. Hansen feel like we need to shipped a little bit to the left -- from your traditional keyboard with all these smaller keyboards for the iPad -- we are seeing some tradeoffs. Being made. However this keyboard probably has the least amount of trade offs could does offer excellent battery life about three months. Logitech says -- does charge via USP and it is a Bluetooth keyboard. You simply pair the keyboard and then prop the iPad in the integrated slot on the keyboard. Stands up nicely since -- looks like a mini notebook. I'm David Carnoy. And that's the Logitech. Ultra thin keyboard many things to watch.
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