As you can see in the image above, the design of the Slim Folio doesn’t differ too great compared to that of the Universal Folio. Sure there are some differences but overall they’re not particularly glaring. The keyboard will sport large, well-spaced keys, according to the company, and are stretched from edge-to-edge to help make typing easier.
The keys will also feature dedicated function and iOS shortcuts to make things easier and quicker to access, such as switching between apps, bringing up the search functionality, accessing the home screen, volume, and more, all without having to touch the iPad’s screen. Essentially this sort of transforms your tablet into a laptop.
Best of all the keyboard, which pairs using Bluetooth LE, uses coin cell batteries that are apparently good for up to four years, meaning that charging isn’t something you need to worry about. The case is priced at $99.99 and you can pre-order it from Logitech’s website starting today.