Logitech Combo Touch for iPad Air Gen 4 & 5

Yesterday I picked up a Logitech Combo Touch for my 5th generation iPad Air with the hopes I’ll use the device more frequently. Last June I purchased the iPad and Apple Pencil with the intention of using the pair for Journaling and work. However, I find that writing with the pencil is too slow, particularly if I need to perform any corrections.

Starting this evening I will attempt to use the iPad as a convergence device replacing my A5 notebook, desktop, and laptop devices.

Desktop Challenges

  • Replace Microsoft desktop applications.
  • Replace Firefox for desktop.
  • Replace Adobe CS desktop applications.
  • Video Conferencing.

Mobile Challenges

  • Use for Blogging, Micoblogging and Social Media.
  • Banking

Analog Challenges

  • Apple Notes to replace my A5 journal
  • Using the Bullet Journal Method.
  • Using Daily long form journal writing.
  • As an e-reader and Reading Log device.
  • General content editing.


I anticipate that typing won’t be an issue, but iPad OS apps will fall short of their desktop alternatives for anything but the quickest of edits. I also expect the hardware limitations and freezes to occur. I already dislike using Apple Notes as a journal replacement and hope to change my mind by forcing seven days of work onto the device.






One response to “Logitech Combo Touch for iPad Air Gen 4 & 5”

  1. Joseph Avatar

    Update: I haven’t used it as much as I’d like: 🙂

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