Logitech has now made it possible to turn any tablet into a laptop, at least in one way or another. The Universal Folio is a Clamshell designed laptop that can hold a 9-inch or 10-inch Tablet.
The Folio consists of a Dock-type face that allows the user to place his tablets safely. It is connected to a keyboard and has a loop on the side for a user’s choice pen if they have one. Essentially, the device is usually a keyboard that can be connected to a tablet. Logitech promises that its new Universal Folio will not turn around and will offer a real Android laptop experience.
While the entire device looks like a removable keyboard, this particular solution turns the entire setup into a viable and portable device that is both robust and beau.il there is no battery fuse or additional connectors here, because this is not an extension of the tablet. But a simple tool that helps to effectively use the tablet for productivity. The Design and Ergonomics are good enough to use on your lap. It is Logitech’s new 4-point grip technology that firmly fixes the tablet in the accessories.
The only technically oriented part of the docking station is the keyboard, which is Bluetooth-enabled and can be quickly connected to the tablet without much hassle. The company claims that the keyboard provides up to 50 days of battery life on the Dock when connected to the tablet. The Battery is a special button cell that causes a bit of concern due to the exclusive nature of the Battery. It would have been great for Logitech to add a Lithium-Ion instead to make things easy and rechargeable.
The Folio is compatible with Apple iPads, Android tablets and Windows tablets. The Folio is also a reasonable solution compared to the competition there. This means a laptop-like interface with a compatible keyboard and a Dock for the tablet. It is now available for purchase for anyone who had previously struggled to get into their tabs. Overall, Logitech has a great Accessory that finds its place among tablet owners in May who are tired of trying too expensive and clumsy third-party components.