Logitech Keyboards For Tablet PCs: Are You Interested?

Tablet PCs are the new craze following the release of the original iPad by Apple in 2010 and since then we have seen various different types of tablet from a variety of manufacturers. Some of the more popular ones include the Motorola Xoom, the BlackBerry PlayBook and of course the successor to the iPad, the Apple iPad 2.

One of the issues that people have with tablet PCs is the ability to type on the screen using the virtual keyboard which is why we are seeing all sorts of new types of concepts in terms of keyboards. One device that looks like it has a certain future in the game is the iKeyboard for the Apple iPad 2. Now we have heard of a competitor that is readying itself to enter the market and that’s Logitech. They want to start making keyboards for Tablet PCs and we want to know if you are interested.

Engadget are reporting that that tablet keyboard is priced at $70 and it comes with a hardshell sleeve that can also double up as a tablet stand. This device is available at the end of the month and you can pre-order it directly from Logitech and also view a number of additional images on this link.

The keyboard looks nice and pretty slick, it has slight spaces between the keys much like that of a Sony Vaio laptop to give you an improved typing experience and improve your typing accuracy. The fact that it comes with an easy to store case is a good idea too but is this as good as the iKeyboard?

What do you think of the new keyboard from Logitech? Is this a desirable device? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.