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Giveaway: Win two Logitech iPad keyboards and a premium headset

by TabTimes Staff

March 1 2012

In conjunction with Logitech for Business, TabTimes is staging a special giveaway exclusively for registered users.

UPDATE: The Logitech giveaway is now closed. Med student Tom Lewis wins the Logitech for Business Tablet Kit. Thanks for all your contributions. 

Regular TabTimes readers are probably already aware of how impressed we were with Logitech's Fold-Up Keyboard, which we gave a perfect rating to in February.

We're happy to announce that, in alliance with Logitech Business, one lucky TabTimes reader is going to win this keyboard, Logitech's Keyboard Case for iPad 2, and the company's Ultimate Ears 350vi headset for free.

Together, the three products form a bundle the company calls the Logitech For Business Tablet Kit. Back in January at CES, Logitech For Business VP and General Manager Eric Kintz told TabTimes that the point of this kit was to allow executives to "experience the difference", and that giving products away to IT professionals would be a central component of Logitech for Business's promotional campaign. 

As a separate entity, Logitech for Business was formed in April 2011. The intent of the group is to provide enterprise-oriented service around the company's many different products, with a specific emphasis on the iPad and the iPhone. 

The rules to qualify to win the Tablet Kit are simple:

1) You must be a registered TabTimes user.

2) If you are reading this on our web site, leave a comment below describing what tablet you own, and how you use it for business and/or work. (If you're on our web app, click here to get to the comments.)

That's it. We'll pick the winner randomly, and announce the winner next Friday. 

If you're already registered, just leave a comment below. If you're not registered for TabTimes, you can do so at  

Finally, executives interested in applying to qualify for and receive a Tablet Kit as part of Logitech for Business' corporate outreach can apply here.

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  • DFontenot
    2 years 1 month ago

    I use a tablet PC I won 15 mos ago at a computer conference. I use it for reading online books and take it to work in place of my laptop. I travel from location to location, so the lighter weight is a major factor. I take notes and use the Internet on my tablet. Love it!

  • bwasson
    2 years 1 month ago

    I use both an iPad2 and the Galaxy Tab 10.1. For what I'm doing in higher ed, I can go either way with the tablets. I like the iPad for some things and the Tab for others. Multitasking on the Tab is really good as are the home screen widgets and notifications. I *have* to use both here at the College where I work to be able to evaluate how to incorporate them into higher ed instruction and daily work life. Stinks, I know, it is painful work *playing* with both of them. I use the both heavily for note-taking (Evernote mostly), accessing GApps, accessing and creating media (mostly audio recordings in AudioBoo or iPadio), and heavy social media use with Twitter and LinkedIn apps, plus a hefty dose of Internet browsing.

  • SaneinOne
    2 years 1 month ago

    Addendum: Using a Galaxy Tab 10.1

  • SaneinOne
    2 years 1 month ago

    Email, scheduling, research, word processing, etc.

  • Vero_M
    2 years 1 month ago

    A keyboard will certainly be welcome with my iPad2!

  • llj0402
    2 years 1 month ago

    I current own an iPad 1 and an iPad 2 (both 16gb Wi-Fi). I have been using and testing both devices and how they would fit into our ogranization. At work I use them to connect to citrix and interact through this connection as well as what apps would be useful for our employees. Very interested to see and hear how this keyboard would hold up in a healthcare industry.

  • aj34
    2 years 1 month ago

    I have an ipad and I use it mostly for email on the go and reading my news feeds.

  • karenang
    2 years 1 month ago

    I have an iPad 1 but will upgrade when I like the specs of the iPad 3. I mostly use the iPad for emails at work.

  • douglas banks
    2 years 1 month ago

    iPad2 x 2
    used for general browsing,photos and media viewing

  • Newflover
    2 years 1 month ago

    I have an iPad2 which I use for business meetings, email and a lot of business and personal reading. On the personal side, I use it for keeping track of what I eat/calories, cooking, showing photos, playing games and last but not least, shopping!

  • Newflover
    2 years 1 month ago

    I have an iPad2 which I use for business meetings, email and a lot of business and personal reading. On the personal side, I use it for keeping track of what I eat/calories, cooking, showing photos, playing games and last but not least, shopping!

  • bwasson
    2 years 1 month ago

    I use both the iPad2 and the Galaxy Tab. I actually prefer the Tab now, but still use the iPad2. I basically train and support higher ed faculty and staff on use of these devices. I've gone pretty much completely paperless now and use the iPad/Tab during meetings (EverNote, GDocs, Calendar, Safari, ...), during presentations (store my speaker's notes in Evernote, countdown timer, ...), and for note taking during conferences (again in EverNote or directly to my blog via Posterous). I am far more productive using the tablet throughout the day than if I was strictly working in a paper-based world. The one thing I've been missing is a "regular" keyboard for the iPad. It certainly is hard to type without it and I've developed a really nice set of abbreviations for words :)

  • gchauze
    2 years 1 month ago

    Late last spring I got an iPad2 and have ever since been learning to utilize it, have downloaded scores of apps, and simply love it! In addition to using it for pastoral work (though I am mostly retired, I do consultation and supply preaching), I also use if for personal purposes.
    I'm learning Spanish, refreshing my knowledge of French, and have even looked at Chinese. YouTube is accessible to me for the first time (my older MAC played it in fits and starts) and so are so many other wonderful tools.
    One of the most exciting things to me, since I have 4 grandchildren (between 18 months and 10) are the apps: I have many for each age, including educational apps and games, games, games. Three of the grandchildren have already played games with me and each other on my iPad and are anticipating a visit from my wife and me this spring so that we can do things on it together. I wish that we could afford to give an iPad to each one of them, but our "ship hasn't come in" yet.
    Maybe I will win the Logitech's Keyboard Case for iPad 2, as that would be good to have and use.
    GC Hauze

  • TedVacchelli
    2 years 1 month ago

    I have never had one of these adds for my iPad, but recently had a chance to try one that an attorney I work with now uses. Pretty neat device.

  • jmorin256
    2 years 1 month ago

    I own..or I shoud say bought two IPad(2) for my youngest son and other for my wife..
    I have to borrow one, when I travel, easier then laptop..wifes has a pink cover, so I usually take my sons..would like to win, so at least I can say I own something.
    I use it mostly for email, web and Dropbox

  • Johannes
    2 years 1 month ago

    Lovingly designed in Switzerland

  • yulyashenka
    2 years 1 month ago

    I don't own a tablet that's why I want to win one!

  • rvxrvx
    2 years 1 month ago

    I bring my iPad2 everywhere I go, including to work in higher education where I develop web content for mobile devices. Having this has been indispensable for development and testing. A keyboard would surely facilitate this process, and it would be handy for rapidly composing documents for Dropbox / GoogleDocs and of course for email and messaging. The iPad has been useful for recording and listening to meetings as well as for listening to podcasts and training tutorials while commuting. I would never bring a bulky laptop again to a conference if I had a bluetooth keyboard. It's been a great tool for doing demos at conferences too. I am soooo crossing my fingers for this wonderful keyboard case and Ultimate Ears 350vi headset!

  • rosidentevil
    2 years 1 month ago

    my username is rosidentevil
    I use an iPad 2 - I use it for browsing the web, playing and as a reader

  • Bora
    2 years 1 month ago

    iPad 2
    Using it for work and privat. Lots of content consumption. Need to set it up more for editing of documents as well.

  • tlewis
    2 years 1 month ago

    Hi, my username is tlewis
    I own an iPad 2. As a medical student, I use my iPad ALL THE TIME! I use it for reading textbooks produced by companies such as Inkling, MedHand. I also use it to learn anatomy using some of the amazing 3D visualisation apps such as Visible Body or the NOVA series by 3D4Medical. I store all my lecture presentations in Dropbox which I can then annotate and save using apps like GoodReader and PDF Expert. In hospital, I use the iPad as a patient education tool to demonstrate pathologies as well as checking patient notes using the web browser. Overall having an iPad has made a massive, measurable difference to my medical education.

  • bhargav
    2 years 1 month ago

    First ... HA Ha ha

    2 years 1 month ago

    I've got a white 16GB iPad2 that I use for general smart working, note taking, sketching & wireframing. I also use my iPad for presenting and for demoing app and other software (web apps)

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