Comfy keys

The Logitech Pro feels comfortable to type on with a wide keyboard array and keys that deliver great feedback.
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Stand

The Logitech Pro is designed to be used on your lap or desktop; however, with the current design, when lifted tablet first, the keyboard unfortunately collapses underneath.
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Pleather

The design will change before final release to look aesthetically closer to the NotePro and TabPro's design.
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Grippy

The bottom of the keyboard has a grippy texture to prevent it from slipping around too much.
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Charging

There's a micro USB charging port on the side with an on/off switch and bluetooth pairing button next to it.
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Compact

When closed down and folded, the the case makes the for a pretty compact and portable package.
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