It was only a matter of time before someone successfully replicated the sleek and functional aesthetic of Microsoft's highly laudedkeyboard cover. The Logitech Keys-To-Go keyboard bears a strong resemblance to it, sans cover, and starts at $70 in the US. It will also be available in the UK for £55 or in Australia for AU$80.
For a stylish Bluetooth keyboard, it's also incredibly compact. It's a slim 0.24 inch (6mm) thick and weighs a mere 6.35 ounces (180g). Logitech makes it in teal blue, red and black, and the fabric-like material covering it is waterproof to-boot.
Though it has iOS keyboard shortcuts, Logitech Keys-To-Go still works with Android-based tablets. Unlike the Microsoft Surface Pro 3's keyboard-cover, there are no magnets to dock your tablet and you'll need to provide your own stand. The good news is the keyboard is a free spirit that can be used with any Bluetooth device, not just your tablet.
In your hands, the keyboard feels comfortable to the touch and the fabric-like material provides enough traction for fluid typing. I like the way the barely protruding keys felt on my fingertips and the smooth texture on the back is a nice touch. Its skinny design takes up the same amount of space as a slim notebook and feels just as light carrying around. The Logitech Keys-To-Go's lightweight build make it an ideal travel partner for the aesthetically conscious and at $70, it's priced competitively against less fashionable competition.