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CES 2014: The Logitech Pro bluetooth keyboard has comfortable concave keys

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CES 2014: The Logitech Pro bluetooth keyboard has comfortable concave keys

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The Logitech doubles as both a case and bluetooth keyboard for the Samsung Galaxy TabPro and NotePro

Hey, everyone. Eric Franklin here. I'm at CES 2014 and today I'm taking a First Look at the Logitech Pro Protective Case and Bluetooth Keyboard for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2-inch. This isn't a final design right now. The tablet kind of comes out of the case kind of easily, but Logitech assures me that the final version will secure the tablet much better than the current version does. However beyond that the keyboard is really comfortable to type on. I'm actually kind of surprised at how comfortable it is. It feels like a full-sized laptop keyboard and when I was typing on it, you know, it felt very comfortable and natural to type on. There's really good feedback. The keys are concave and feel really comfortable. They're soft but not too soft and not harsh on my fingers at all, and it just feels really comfortable. There's a lot of keyboard shortcuts. There's a back button. There's a menu button. There's a recent apps button. There's an all apps button. This seems to be pretty well-designed. There's also really impressively there's the arrow buttons for up, down, left and right and with Samsung's new Samsung Galaxy Pro widget-based interface you can swipe between the pages with the arrow buttons. There's a micro-USB charging port right here. There's an on-off switch and there's also the Bluetooth-pairing button right here. The keyboard will be launched in February 2014 for $129 so look for it then. Once again I'm Eric Franklin at CES 2014 taking a First Look at the Logitech Pro Protective Case and Bluetooth Keyboard for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro.

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