Logitech Combo Touch Keyboard Case for iPad Pro 12.9" (5th Gen) - Oxford Grey - English
- Compatible with the 12.9" 5th generation iPad Pro
- Form-fitting case keeps you're the front, back, and corners of your tablet protected from everyday bumps and scratches
- Detachable keyboard provides a laptop-like typing experience for on-the-go productivity
- Large Trackpad is fully-clickable and highly-responsive so it's easy to drag, scroll, and navigate between apps
- Keyboard can be reattached with the keys facing inward for convenient storage
- iPadOS shortcut keys give you one-tap access to the Home Screen, search, media controls, and more
- Keyboard backlighting automatically adjusts to ambient light with 16 levels of adjustable brightness
- Adjustable kickstand offers 50 degrees of viewing angles including completely upright for typing to fully extended for comfortable sketching
- Smart Connector instantly pairs the keyboard and powers it from your iPad so it never needs to be charged
- Open-side design allows you to keep your 2nd generation Apple Pencil magnetically attached to your iPad
- Combo Touch
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Of the 438 reviewers who responded, 395 would recommend this product.
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- I love the feel of a full size keyboard.- May 30, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The iPad folio offers the protection of a folio case with the convenience of a full size keyboard. Logitech combines these features with the addition of a trackpad. No batteries to replace since the folio gets its power from the three pin connector on the back of the iPad. talk about clever, they have an opening for the iPen , rear camera, speakers and charger port. Nice fabric cover surrounds the folio for great look. The folding stand lets me type effortlessly and drawn when I need it to lay at a lower angle. Snaps back flat thanks to built in magnets. The keyboard is removeable when I want to use the pad by its lonesome.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- nice keyboard and track pad , bad case- May 25, 2021
keyboard is working fine I like it but the case , fitting is bad even the materials of the case i didn't like it , its not soft as it should , for the fit it is a snug fit , keyboard cant fold back if you want to , it will detached , although the idea of detaching is very nice to have to use the iPad as normal . there is no way to secure the pen at the top or any other place in the case . overall , keyboard and tracking pad is working very awesome but the case and other things not as good as it should , so you are paying 230 for the keyboard only . also it can work on both 12.9 iPad pro the new one 2021 and the old ipad pro 12.9 2020 At the end pls forgive my English as its not my native languageNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Great product that fits all use cases- August 8, 2021
Great case and keyboard for my iPad Pro 12.9”. I did my research looking for a keyboard case but one that wasn’t so bulky when I just wanted to use the iPad without typing. I was concerned about folding back keyboards on some other models and also looked into the magic keyboard from Apple. The magic is pretty and all but just didn’t cut it for me and can’t fold it back which seemed dumb. I was hesitant about this one because I thought “well what am I going to do just leave my keyboard lying around when i detach it?” I gave it a shot because it was in stock at my local store, and I’ve loved it. The keyboard keys are responsive and have good travel for an iPad keyboard. Trackpad works great. The keyboard is attached via a strong magnet and have never had issues with it detaching unless i wanted it detached. If i am lying around the house and want to just use my iPad on the couch, i will keep the keyboard on my bathroom sink where i have all my chargers. If traveling and you want to not use the keyboard, it will detach, and you can flip it around to reattach to the back of the iPad. When you close it, the keyboard is facing inward (not exposed) and is attached by magnets on both sides so it does not flop around or anything. You have full access to a non-keyboard iPad with the only issue being the added weight. It is quite heavy on a 12.9” but when detached the iPad feels normal (the 12.9 is just heavy to begin with). You really get the best of both worlds with this one and don’t let the detached keyboard hopeless feeling bother you when you are on the road because it cleanly and securely attaches to the back of the iPad with no keyboard exposed. Hope this helps.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Near perfect iPad Pro complement- June 11, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As the recent WWDC21 highlighted, Apple is designing iPadOS 15 with much more emphasis on multi-tasking and thoughtfully targeting real-world working situations. The new M1 iPad Pro 12.9 XDR paired with this Logitech Combo Touch fully-functioning keyboard mostly obviates the need for a separate MacBook, save for some power users and apps like Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X not (yet?) ported to iPad. Having tested previous iterations and various keyboards, I say with confidence this model rectifies my biggest grips of years past, namely lack of a trackpad and backlit keys. This feels much more like using an actual laptop, when the task calls for it, yet retains portability where touch and swipe input will satisfy. Considering the iPad Pro is now powered by the same M1 processor as their MBP, it’s able to accomplish far more powerful tasks than in the past. The addition of the gorgeous XDR mini-LED display turns this kit into a truly powerful multipurpose work / media / entertainment station. Pros + Smart Connector (no pairing nor charging) + lightweight keyboard (no battery) + durable textured protective cover + 4 usage modes -type -view -sketch -read + large trackpad surface + supports multitouch gestures -pinch -swipe -zoom -tap + auto-adjusting backlit keys (16 brightness levels) + iPadOS shortcut keys (screen +/-, keys +/-, media controls, vol +/-, search) Cons -Apple keyboard looks nicer (at more $$$) Conclusion If you’re an owner of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and wish to use it more like a laptop for faster text input than on-screen keyboard this Logitech Combo Touch deserves serious consideration. Recommend Buy *Disclaimer : tested with iPad Pro 12.9 while awaiting delivery of 5th gen from AppleYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Makes your iPad a laptop replacement- May 24, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Logitech really came through with this keyboard case and now it makes my iPad a laptop replacement. The case itself is pretty good on its own. The cutouts for the iPad are lined up perfectly so no issues with cables or sound ports getting covered. The volume and power buttons are somewhat muted. They don't stick out at all and you only see very small raised shapes for them. Still, they are easy to press and haven't been an issue for me. Even with a glass screen protector, there is still a lip on the case that provides some protection from scratches when laid flat. The cloth covering on the case is pretty smooth and has a denim look to it. I think it's a bit too smooth and doesn't quite give me the grip I usually like however it's still a good feeling case in your hands. The keyboard portion is just great; almost perfect. There are all the usual keys as well as an unlock/lock button to lock your iPad. The keyboard took me a bit of time getting used to it as it's smaller than your typical standard keyboard. The large trackpad is a welcome new feature for me as it makes this whole getup seem like a laptop. You could also pair a BT mouse to round out the whole laptop vibe if you wanted to as well. The keyboard detaches from the case so you're able to use it with/without which is great. Other keyboard cases I've seen you pretty much have to have the keyboard on at all times which can be inconvenient. There is a small flap on the back of the case which allows you to use the case in a variety of positions. You can have the standard laptop style position or you can drop it down to where it's almost flat for graphic design apps or something. A few things I didn't like about the case; 1. It's not all that easy to open the case. There's no notch or tab where you can easily grab/pull to open the case. I find myself trying to open the clamshell case by prying it open with my fingernails. 2. I have the Apple pen and there's nothing on the case that secures it to the iPad. My other case had a small compartment where I can stick my pen in and it would stay there without falling out. Since there's nothing on this case like that, there's a good chance the pen will fall off whenever putting in your bag. Even something like a loop would've been nice to store your pen. 3. The flap you open to adjust the viewing angle of the iPad seems a bit flimsy. It's just a piece of metal that you fold in/out and doesn't feel like it'll last a long time. Also, depending on the surface you're using the iPad on, the back flap can shift and lose it's original position. 4. There is a companion app you download for this keyboard case. Aside from mapping the keys, there's nothing else that it does. I would've like to see some settings menu perhaps like changing keyboard backlighting brightness or trackpad sensitivity. I'm hoping it'll come with future updates but, for now, it doesn't do anything besides mapping keys. Overall, I find this a great addition to my iPad. I have the flexibility to use it with the keyboard or without. The case provides suitable protection for my iPad whether I use the keyboard or not. The trackpad is just great as it makes those late night scrolling sessions much easier. Battery drain doesn't seem too bad however I haven't really put it to the test quite yet. Still though, great case and really top notch keyboard.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.