Roundup: Logitech accessories for iPad Air

We've tested Logitech's range of keyboards and cases for Apple's latest iPad Air.

We've tested Logitech's range of keyboards and cases for Apple's latest iPad Air. Here's our roundup of the range, complete with links to in-depth reviews of each product.

<img src="" alt="" width="200" height="133"> Logitech Folio for iPad Air
AU$80 / NZ$80
This case's tough nylon shell provides protection and water resistance, and the built-in stand delivers good angles for video-playback and some types of games.
<img src="" alt=""width="200" height="133"> Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio for iPad Air
AU$120 / NZ$130
Although the Keyboard Folio's thin design means minimal key travel, the discrete keys provide a clear tactile 'click' on activation. That makes it easy to type rapidly, once you get your head around the keyboard layout.
<img src="" alt=""width="200" height="133"> Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio for iPad Air
AU$170 / NZ$200
This keyboard folio has a single sheet of some kind of synthetic fabric as a keyboard surface, finished to a faux-leather texture between the keys and a smooth, plasticy finish on the keys themselves.
<img src="" alt=""width="200" height="133"> Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air
AU$100 / NZ$130
This iPad Air cover works as a desktop keyboard, stand, and magnetic screen protector. It's a great option for iPad users that like to keep their device as 'unskinned' as possible, or want a rapidly-removable keyboard for occasional use.

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