The tablet industry has been abuzz the past week with major announcements coming from some of the biggest players in the tech industry, including Apple with its fourth-generation iPad® and brand new iPad mini, Microsoft with its first venture into the market with Surface and finally Google with its Nexus 7 tablet.
With so many options available, there’s something for everyone. And no matter your personal style, preferred operating system or intended use case, Logitech makes your tablet experience even better.
Specifically, our Tablet Keyboard uses Bluetooth® technology to easily pair with Surface and other Windows 8 tablets and includes keys to help you easily navigate the new interface, including a Start key, app switching key and more. This particular keyboard also comes equipped with a protective carrying case that doubles as a stand, supporting your tablet in either landscape or portrait mode for optimal typing. To quickly navigate the new interface, our new Logitech Zone Touch Mouse T400 makes it easy to switch among apps and intuitively scroll through the new Start Screen.
For the fourth-generation iPad, we’re happy to announce that both our popular Ultrathin Keyboard Cover and Solar Keyboard Folio are confirmed to be compatible with this new tablet. The Ultrathin Keyboard Cover, now available in red, white and black, fits your iPad seamlessly thanks to its clever magnetic clip and aluminum backing. Its built-in keyboard connects to your tablet using Bluetooth technology and sports key command shortcuts and a six-month battery life. The Solar Keyboard Folio, also now available in multiple colors, is ultra-slim, providing front and back protection of your iPad. Its built-in keyboard also connects to your iPad through Bluetooth and it charges through onboard solar cells so you don’t have to worry about your keyboard running out of power.
Last, but certainly not least, you can use our recently announced Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 across all of these new devices, and more. It features Logitech easy-switch with Bluetooth technology, meaning you can pair with as many as three devices simultaneously and switch among them with the press of a button, no matter the platform. It supports Windows, iOS and Android devices. With sleek lines and a real-brushed aluminum design, the keyboard looks good next to all your devices.
With all these exciting new options, tell us in the comments below which tablet you’re most looking forward to getting your hands on.
No iPad mini keyboard case?
what about Windows 8 Tablets like Bluetooth’s universal Keyboard & mouse?
it is all about marketing…. Logitech site is confusing