It's a full-sized keyboard, and it folds into a full-sized block of plastic
Logitech has announced a big, fat fold-up keyboard case for the iPad which will make your slim iPad 2 look like a 1990s tablet PC. The Bluetooth keyboard, which charges via USB, actually looks like a great accessory — if you can get past the bulk.
The Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad, as it is known, does the usual stuff an iPad keyboard should do. It offers a full-sized typing area, has iPad-specific keys for volume, brightness and the like, and offers a stand to prop up the tablet as you type.
It also folds up into a thick package, splitting in the middle to shrink down to the same footprint-size as the iPad (only way, way fatter). The Bluetooth radio switches on and off automatically as you fold and unfold the device.
It actually looks like a pretty nice keyboard, and beats out other keyboard cases thanks to its full-sized keys. It also costs $130. For this price, you could just go with a regular Apple aluminum keyboard ($70) and a keyboard case from WaterField ($30) and still have (almost) enough left over for a Smart Cover ($40).