I love Logitech keyboards. I've got several laying around my house, and have had one for each iPad I've owned. When I had the Mini, I used the Ultrathin, a simple but fantastic little keyboard. This keyboard is very similar, including the same slightly curved keys that make typing a breeze. The keyboard is a little small, but I'm used to small keyboards and it works like a charm. I especially love how it automatically turns on when you position the iPad in typing mode, and turns off the keyboard when using it in tablet mode. Overall, it's a great product. Except...
I noticed this morning that there's a small but noticeable scuff on my iPad screen. And this is a brand new iPad; I've had both the iPad and the keyboard for about two weeks, and the iPad hasn't left this case since I put it in. But the back edge of the keyboard (the edge where the batteries go in) is rough plastic, and if you aren't careful when closing the iPad over the keyboard, it can scrape the bottom edge of the iPad (which is unprotected by the case, since the stand holding the iPad in place to type is using the built-in magnet to hold it in place). It's left a nice gouge in the iPad screen, just below the actual screen. Had Logitech covered this edge in fabric like the back of the iPad case itself, it would have been fine, or even if this plastic edge wasn't so sharp.
I got this case on a good deal at Best Buy (50% off when I bought the iPad itself), but now I have a brand new iPad with a damaged screen (thankfully the gouge is in the bezel just below the actual screen) and a $50 keyboard I'm not comfortable using again without spending extra money on a screen protector, something I opted against buying because this case was supposed to protect my iPad.
It's a good keyboard; one of the best for the iPad 2018, which seems to be very light on available keyboard cases right now. But I can't recommend it because of the damage it can inflict on your screen if you aren't careful when you open and close it. I'm just really bummed out that my brand new iPad is now damaged by the case that was supposed to protect it.