What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Windows 8, Windows RT and Android3.0+?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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18th Mar 2022

May I recommend this one? I know it’s old but I been loving it so far.

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27th Apr 2015

Yeah I went for the folio case, not the keyboard, eventhough it looks great, this was to supplement my work comp, so if I did want a keyboard,w as thinking of getting one of these http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Tablet-Keyboard-Windows-Android3-0/dp/B009JPBPWO for my keyboard.

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20th Mar 2015

I love this one: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009JPBPWO . I mostly use it with my LG tablet, but it works fine with my G3 as well. I use it constantly, and find it does really well. The case/stand is really clever, too. You have to download the null kb to use it (or any bluetooth kb) conveniently–at least for switching back to the on-screen kb. Maybe Lollipop handles this better? Pairing is trivial, and I’ve had it 3 months and still haven’t changed batteries.

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13th Jan 2015

I have a similar setup also for school. I use a Bluetooth Logitech Tablet Keyboard and I have an OTG cable that I use occasionally for USB storage and sometimes a spare Logitech wireless (unified) desktop mouse I have lying around. (Also, if you’re looking for a case recommendation, I’m using the MoKo cover that a few other people on this sub recomended, and it’s been pretty nice–especially for the price)

I find this setup to work pretty well, but the mouse is usually overkill. Another thing to point out with my mouse is that if you don’t use it after a very brief period of time, it disconnects into a power saving mode and takes a while to reconnect. A few other notes from my experience with mice on Android is that left, middle and right clicks all act as touch inputs; hover events work in specific applications like Chrome; scrolling works like you’d expect it to; and the back button acts like the system back button (but the forward button is useless, even in Chrome).

I can definitely recommend the keyboard, though. The one I linked to already is a full-sized keyboard with decent keys and shortcuts that work like they say. Alt + Tab also works like on Windows–and it’s amazing to say the least. Typing on it still feels a bit weird, and possibly my biggest gripe about it is that if you’re holding Shift, the backspace button doesn’t do anything.

I’m not really sure how it works to have multiple Bluetooth connections since I haven’t really tried it before, but I think that the Nexus 9 supports multiple connections, even to older Bluetooth revisions. My only experience with this, however, is the fact that I once had my tablet connected to my laptop and the keyboard over Bluetooth.