Keys To Go:

If you mean the Logitech keys to go, here’s the text of a review from > applevis > > > Review: > Summary: If you want a very thin keyboard with almost full-sized keys, > silent operation, a spill resistant covering, handy iOS-specific hotkeys > and decent battery life, check out the Logitech Keys-To-Go. > Dimensions: 5.39″ by 9.53″ by 0.24″ That’s right, it’s only a quarter-inch > thick. > Weight: 6.35 ounces > Battery Life: Logitech states that the battery will last for three months > on a full charge, with approximately two hours use per day. Of course that > is an estimate. Full charge time is 2.5 hours and Logitech state that each minute of charging provides approximately an hour of use. > In USE: > Despite it’s diminutive size, most of the keys feel full-sized or almost > full-sized. Put it this way: I’m used to typing on a large ergonomic PC > keyboard, and it only took me a minute or two to get used to the Keys-To-Go. If you’re used to springy clicky keys, it may take you awhile to get used to keys that don’t travel nearly as far. I’m a fast touch typist, and have no trouble going full speed on the Keys-to-Go. After using it for awhile, the full-size PC keyboard feels strange and clunky in comparison. > The Keys-To-Go is not waterproof, but it is definitely water resistant. > the keyboard is covered fully by what Logitech calls FabricSkin, a > protective textured membrane. > Any liquid spills or crumbs can be wiped away with a damp cloth. The only > part of this keyboard which should not get wet is the top right-hand-side > edge, which contains the power switch and mini-USB charging port. > The Keys-To-Go can work with any device, but it is optimized for use with > iOS devices. From left to right, it’s top row of 14 keys perform the > following functions: > 1. Home screen, > 2. App Switcher > 3. search, > 4. switch keyboard language, > 5. show/hide virtual keyboard, > 6. take a screen shot, > 7. previous track > 8. play/pause, > 9. Next track, > 10. mute, > 11. volume down > 12. volume up > 13. Bluetooth connect/pairing > 14. battery status > Heading left from Spacebar, the four bottom row keys are: CMD, ALT, CTRL, > and FN. > Right from Spacebar, CMD and ALT are duplicated. > Other iOS shortcut keys: > Fn + X = Cut > Fn + C = Copy > Fn + V = Paste > Fn + Left cursor = Select left word by word Fn + Right cursor = Select > right word by word > Pairing: > I have not had to re-pair the Keys-To-Go with my iPhone in weeks. As soon > as you pair once by turning Bluetooth on in iOS, pressing the 2nd from the > right key on the top row to pair, and tapping the Keys-To-Go in the list of detected devices, you’re done. Your iOS device should simply recognize and use Keys-To-Go as soon as you move the power switch to On, as long as Bluetooth is enabled in Settings of course. > Alternate Unit: > I first tried and returned the Logitech K480 keyboard. It was > substancially thicker, louder, not protected by a membrane, and I couldn’t > get it to pair with my phone. > Price: The Keys-To-Go is about $70 US at the usual places – Apple online > store, Amazon, Wal-Mart, Best Buy etc. Source: > applevis]]>

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