• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good keyboard, poor stand.

    • Written by Howard B from Pittsford

    The keyboard is fine for writing a long email or message, although the keyboard can slide around a little when placed on a smooth surface.
    The phone stand unfortunately does not let you adjust the angle of the phone, and if you have the phone in a case it holds the phone almost completely vertical.

    The keyboard it self is small, but it should come in handy for travel.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Best IPad Keyboard! Use Daily

    • Written by Thomas C from Seattle

    This keyboard is inexpensive, types well, durable, slim, and is better built than most ‘clamshell’ cases for the iPad. The iPad is not a laptop and cases that try to convert it into one leave marks on the screen or otherwise make the iPad a pain to use. This keyboard easily props up your iPad (instant laptop!) but only when you need it to. It even works on your lap (with a book or hard surface....I use my leather padfolio). It’s slim and the same size as the iPad, so it stores easily in any “sleeve” for transport. I’m tempted to buy a second one in case I ever need another and they discontinue it.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Stand worthless if your iPhone is in a case

    • Written by LEIGH H from Chicago

    The Logitech Keys-to-Go Ultra Slim Keyboard is thin, light and responsive — and connecting to my iPhone X is easy. The major downside is that the iPhone stand holds the phone nowhere near a comfortable viewing angle unless you remove the phone from its case. And if you're out and about and going for ease and portability, why would you want to take off the case? I'm not talking about some macho-big case, either. The case I use is the superslim Apple silicone one.

    I'll use this keyboard with my iPad and Apple TV, but for my iPhone it's a non-starter.

    59 of 80 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Terrible product

    • Written by Jo V from AUCKLAND

    The number one reason I got this keyboard was that I hated typing on my iPad screen and since I don't actually like putting my iPad in a case, (I actually prefer the old style Logitech keyboard that used to be available for the iPad Air range but sadly they don't make an up to date version for the iPad Pro 10.5) so got this one instead to try.

    Prior to buying I did my research and read all the reviews online for this keyboard so thought I was prepared for it but what a disappointment this keyboard is for me. First, the bit where the keyboard slots into the stand leaves a slight raised gap from the surface that you've placed the keyboard on, so when typing on it, the keyboard will thump onto the surface every time you type which quickly got annoying as it made the keyboard not stable as well.

    Two, the feel of the keys weren't that great but I think that's personal preference as I like my keys to be raised a bit so it feels solid on the fingertips when typing.

    Three, the keyboard slides a bit when typing on it, which could be due to the fact that it doesn't sit flat on the table.

    And four, I tried the keyboard on it's own without the stand as I had a separate stand for my iPad anyway but was still not happy with the keyboard. Typing on the keys would actually move the keyboard so it was never stable enough to type long sentences, I would have to move the keyboard back into place after two or three words.

    I only used it for an hour, if that and had to return it because I hated it that much and it isn't really fit for purpose. Majorly disappointed as all the reviews I read were going on about how great this keyboard is.

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Disappointed

    • Written by Luc M from Tecumseh

    The keyboard is pretty solid, i like the feel and how its really silent. But the reason why I’m disappointed is because i got this for two purposes and that is to use it to type at home on my IPad and to use it to type at work on my Phone. BUT the problem is is switching between devices is a nightmare, you basically need to go to the setting and “Forget Device” within the Bluetooth setting every time you switch devices.

    SO if your looking to do the same thing I wanted to do, Beware !

    7 of 8 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love this keyboard

    • Written by Dorothy L from Seattle

    I’ve had this keyboard for over a year and love it. The battery lasts for months—I’ve only had to charge it twice so far. For travel, it’s been a viable sub for my laptop for most things like email etc. I tried the cheaper ones and really this is much better and worth the money. I’ve now given mine to my 76 year old mom who has never got used to typing on the iPad screen—got hers paired in no time and she is very happy. But now I miss it...so back to Apple store I go for a new one for me. Mine didn’t come with the iPhone stand but that doesnt really matter to me.

    91 of 94 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Terrible Battery Life

    • Written by Lynn S from Woodbridge

    I have been having a lot of problems with the keyboard’s battery losing its charge. It will show it as full, but if I go without using it for a day or so, the battery is done.... even when I have shut it down. Not sure why this is happening, and it might be a faulty model, but in either case, I am not impressed.

    69 of 80 people found this useful