Got a 12. 9″ iPad Air? Then you’re likely attempting to find an instance to guard it coming from the rigors of life. One such option is Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case, an instance that combines both protection and also a backlit keyboard.
So so how exactly does Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case fair? Read my Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case review to see.
Price: $119.99 on Amazon
Availability: November 2015
Summary: The Logitech CREATE Keyboard case isn’t light, but sure is protective. Whether they can take action about the load, then subsequent iteration will certainly be that far better.
What We Liked:
- Tough as nails cover
- No battery to charge; it runs off the iPad’s
What We Didn’t:
- Doubles the weight of the 12.9-inch iPad Air
- Costs $149.99. Add that on top of the iPad Air’s cost and you might wonder why you didn’t get a MacBook Air.
You will find a variety of colours to select from. With that a number of finishes that encase the keyboard. My choice? Red with rose gold interior. On reflection I probably wouldn’t choose the red color-way again, largely since it is quite loud. But nevertheless a break coming from the usual. Other available choices : Classic Blue / Silver, Black / Space Grey, Iris / Black and Black on Black.
Nevertheless, the exterior feels nails tough, finished inside a woven fabric that could do anything but absorb moisture. To that end, it doesn’t mar and also has worn very little inside the months I’ve been using it. Actually, I simply finished dragging my iPad Air and also the Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case through 4 different countries and save for a couple of white specs, it’s gone fairly unharmed.
Installing the iPad Air requires which you align two corners using the interior (made of plastic ) and press firmly. If done correctly you’ll hear a snapping or popping noise, which indicates the iPad Air has slipped into place. To confirm the iPad Air is securely held set up, its frame ought to be flush with that from the Logitech CREATE Keyboard Case, though the tabs in either corner won’t and shouldn’t overlap the iPad Air’s frame as logic suggests.
The case stays closed because of some magnets, which should place the iPad Air into lock mode when closed. Opening it wakes the iPad Air, and when the smart connector is aligned the keyboard will then draw power. And yes, using this case you don’t need to charge it because it uses the iPad Air’s battery. Nevertheless, the smart connector does double duty and props the iPad Air up set up.