Logitech Slim Combo with detachable keyboard for 10.5-inch iPad Pro - Blue

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  • Overview

    Slim Combo is an ideal companion for your iPad Pro. A protective cover and detachable keyboard supports four use modes — Typing, Viewing, FaceTime, Reading — giving you amazing versatility. The Slim Combo features well-spaced, backlit keys and a dedicated row of iOS shortcut keys. And thanks to the Smart Connector, your keyboard pairs with iPad Pro in a click and never requires charging.

    Highlights

    Detachable keyboard with well-spaced backlit keys

    Secure on-click physical connection to iPad. No Bluetooth pairing needed.

    Kick-back stand with 50 degrees of tilt

    Front and back protection. Spill-resistant and wipeable.

    Built-in holder for storing Apple Pencil

    Auto sleep/wake

    Did You Notice?

    The keyboard uses only around 0.4-2.3% of iPad battery for an hour of typing. No charging needed.

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    UPC or EAN No.: 097855128942

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

  • iPad Models

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
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    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Cleaver design - awful materials

      Just purchased this in anticipation of receiving the 10.5 iPad Pro next week. I love that it has an adjustable kickstand, backlit keys, and easily detaches from Just purchased this in anticipation of receiving the 10.5 iPad Pro next week. I love that it has an adjustable kickstand, backlit keys, and easily detaches from the keyboard. What I find sorely disappointing is the hard plastic they used. In this day of soft-touch plastics, I'm surprised they chose this hard, cheap-feeling material. I currently use a 9.7 pro with Apple's silicon case and their keyboard. I love caring that thing around - feels so good in the hand! The function of Logitech's slim-combo is a winner, so I'll be keeping it. I just wish they'd made a different choice in the material.

      • Written by Stephen R from Oakland

      143 of 154 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Cleaver design - awful materials

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Slim is a matter of opinion

      This case is big. Really big. And heavy. If you're used to using Logitech's keyboard case for the 9.7 ipad pro, get ready for something that feels much bigger a This case is big. Really big. And heavy. If you're used to using Logitech's keyboard case for the 9.7 ipad pro, get ready for something that feels much bigger and heavier. It kinda sorta defeats the purpose of an ipad if it's in a case with a keyboard that makes it bigger -- or at the very least heavier -- than a Macbook Air. Make no mistake: the keyboard works flawlessly and there is merit to the multi-piece configuration, but this is by no means slim.

      • Written by Andrew C from Boca Raton

      68 of 71 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Slim is a matter of opinion

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Bulky, but highly functional

      Just upgraded my Air 2 with Type + setup. I was tempted by the detachable keyboard and more versatile setup. Never loved Apple's smart keyboard or the price. No Just upgraded my Air 2 with Type + setup. I was tempted by the detachable keyboard and more versatile setup. Never loved Apple's smart keyboard or the price. Not sure if I love the materials on this. The hard plastic seems a little cheap. I've only had it for a day so I can't speak to durability. Love the backlit keyboard for nighttime blogging.

      • Written by Lance P from Charlotte

      52 of 55 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Bulky, but highly functional

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      I really like this case

      I personally love this case. I bought the apple keyboard, but returned it because I hated typing on it. I wanted a case that included a keyboard and would prote I personally love this case. I bought the apple keyboard, but returned it because I hated typing on it. I wanted a case that included a keyboard and would protect the iPad itself so I ordered the Logitech. I read some reviews about it being too bulky, but I feel that it's thick enough to actually protect the iPad if I drop it. I like that it has the Apple Pencil/ stylus sleeve. I also like the adjustable kickstand. I haven't used the keyboard much yet but I can already tell that I like it much more than the apple keyboard. I would recommand trying this case to others.

      • Written by Marlee T from Union

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?I really like this case

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Serious step back.

      I ordered the Slim Combo 10.5 and before it shipped I got to play with a friend's device he already received. Long story short: The "Slim Combo" is massive and I ordered the Slim Combo 10.5 and before it shipped I got to play with a friend's device he already received. Long story short: The "Slim Combo" is massive and a serious step back from the Create. I immediately cancelled my order and picked a $30 case with BT keyboard instead. "Why?" you might ask. Well, glad you asked ... Let's start with the obvious: "Slim" may be a matter of opinion but when you look at "predecessors" it hard to follow the "slim" beyond the name. The iPad Air 2, Pro 9.7 and Pro 10.5 are all about the same thickness. However, the Type+ is 0.7" (for Air 2) and the Create (for Pro 9.7) is 0.9" thick. The "Slim Combo" is a comparatively massive 1.06" thick. That's even by laptop standards not thin or slim anymore. Numbers can be deceiving, but this even feels massive (and heavy). The Pencil holder is now on the outside. Probably was meant to be a good idea, but the exposure does make the glossy Pencil prone to scratches and especially to losing the cap for the connector, which is only held on by a relatively weak magnet. The removable keyboard sounds good, and I personally don't need it to be removable. In fact, it comes off so easily that I wish it wasn't, and the perceived value of being able to remove the keyboard is overshadowed by the flimsy design. Last but not least, the materials feel plain cheap (which is unusual for Logitech) and the stand is a lot like a Surface tablet from Microsoft. While I don't care for that design, it simply tries too hard to be something it's not, and the footprint does NOT work for Economy tray tables. Overall a big miss. There are positive sides to the (not-so-) Slim Combo. Namely the use of the Smart Connector and especially the backlit keyboard. In that regard it's much better than Apple Smart Keyboard, but the other issues simply were too strong for me to accept at the $130 price level.

      • Written by Thomas T from Hickory

      1 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Serious step back.

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      poor when compared to Create

      It Is very poor when compared to Create.It may work for some But it is not friendly for Using in the lap And the overall I think it is inferior to Create. Top o It Is very poor when compared to Create.It may work for some But it is not friendly for Using in the lap And the overall I think it is inferior to Create. Top or keyboard keeps falling of and getting detached.When you release a Create model for 10.5 inch iPad I can throw this one away.

      • Written by Scott P from San Antonio

      1 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?poor when compared to Create

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