Logitech announced today that it’s releasing updated versions of its Logitech Type+ and Logitech Ultrathin keyboard cases that work with the new slimmer iPad Air 2. It’s also unveiling the new Keys-To-Go, a stand alone Bluetooth keyboard made to work with any model of iPad.

Logitech Type+ and Ultrathin keyboard cases were previously available for other iPad models, but now both are officially available for the approximately 18% thinner second generation iPad Air. The Ultrathin ($89) is a light magnetic clip-on keyboard that provides protection for the display when not in use and is made out of high-grade aluminum. It will be available in Space Gray and Silver.


The Type+ ($99), on the other hand, provides two-sided protection when on the go, auto-wake and sleep features, and also features a keyboard that attaches magnetically. It, unlike the aluminium Ultrathin, is made from Logitech’s softer liquid repellent materials in Black, Dark Blue, Bright Red,  Bright Green, Electric Blue or Violet color options.

Keys-To-Go is the a new standalone Bluetooth keyboard that includes a 6.1mm-thin, 180 gram design that Logitech says includes a Water-repellant FabricSkin, iOS shortcuts, and a rechargeable battery that lasts up to three months on a charge. It will be available for $69.99 in red, black, and teal color options (pictured above).


All three new products are available through Logitech in the US, Europe and select countries in Asia. Logitech says all the new products will ship next month.

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