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Just your type: this iPad cover serves as a Bluetooth wireless keyboard.

The Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad 2 and iPad (third generation) combines iPad protection with enhanced mobile usability. What appears at first glance to be a slim (8 mm thick) and sleek aluminum iPad cover actually is a portable Bluetooth wireless keyboard, handy for appraisers who need to type while on the go.

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Using this external Bluetooth wireless keyboard for your iPad will not only free up some screen space, but also will increase efficiency by allowing keyboard shortcuts. There's no need to select the common functions of copy, paste or undo from a menu--just use the familiar keyboard commands you already know from working on a desktop.

The Logitech Ultra thin Keyboard Cover can make your iPad seem like an ultra light and compact laptop. The cover's magnetic hinge securely attaches to your iPad when you're finished using the keyboard, blending seamlessly into the design of the tablet. A groove in the 15.8-ounce cover acts as a stand that can hold your iPad in either the portrait or landscape position.

Other notable features of the keyboard cover include its instant on/off capabilities, which automatically wake or sleep your iPad when you open or close the cover. Rubber bumpers at the corners of the keyboard prevent keys from scratching the iPad screen.

To charge the keyboard, simply plug in the USB charging cable to any power source. But don't worry about needing to refuel the battery frequently--you can get up to 360 hours of keyboard power on a full charge, according to the manufacturer.

$99.99

www.logitech.com

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Title Annotation:TECH BYTES
Publication:Valuation Magazine
Date:Jun 22, 2012
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