Logitech describes their Logitech Keys-To-Go as the “ultra-portable, stand-alone keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and more.” I would say that is an apt description of this sub-$80 mobile accessory. About the size of an iPad Air 2, and weighing next to nothing, the keyboard is a handy item to keep in your gear bag. That’s where mine is.
At .24” (6mm), the keyboard is remarkably thin. Measuring 5.39 long and 9.53 wide, and weighing 6.35oz, the keyboard slips into any laptop or tablet compartment with ease.
But lest you think the keys a tiny and unresponsive, they are, in fact, well-spaced and offer a surprising amount of feedback.
And because it is effectively a single sheet of FabricSkin, it is also able to handle spills, crumbs and dirt and be cleaned with just a wipe. No, these aren’t my MacBook Pro’s responsive island keys, but they are actually quite nice once you get used to them.
Features of the Logitech Keys-To-Go:
- Mechanical keyboard covered with FabricSkin
- Rechargeable 3-month battery with battery check indicator light
- Bluetooth wireless technology
- iOS keyboard shortcuts
- Three months of battery per charge
- Durable FabricSkin wards off dirt, crumbs and spills
- Wipes clean when it gets messy
Logitech Keys-To-Go is,”the super slender, über handy, ultra-portable, fit anywhere, go everywhere keyboard.” It is thinner and lighter than any tablet keyboard I have tried and yet is enjoyable to use when you need to write more than a few lines of text on a tablet. It took me a bit to get used to the keys but before I knew it I was typing with decent speed and accuracy on it. I like the design and truly appreciate the fact that its design is durable enough to deal with spills and be wiped clean with ease. You can learn more here.
Source: Manufacturer review sample of the Logitech Keys-To-Go Bluetooth Keyboard
What I Like: Thin and light; Runs for up to three months per charge; Specialty iOS keys; easy to wipe clean; Decent feel for something so thin
What Needs Improvement: Not as comfortable for typing as a standard keyboard with island keys