Bluetooth wireless keyboards are so prolific that it's hard to tell one from the other. But Logitech's new K480 has a surprisingly neat feature: a cut-out groove that lets you dock both a phone and tablet at the same time.
There's no direct connectivity on offer -- so there's no data syncing or charging going on -- but the keyboard does allow you to neatly see both screens at once. If, that is, they're the right size: you probably won't squeeze an iPad Air and a Galaxy Note on here in landscape mode (you sick whack), but you could, say, fit an iPad Mini and an HTC One M8 in there. It also has Logitech's Easy-Switch function, which means jumping between devices is pretty straightforward -- you just spin a wheel to choose from three pre-paired devices.
Obviously, the keyboard also pairs up with your laptop or desktop -- in fact it works with Windows, iOS, Android and iOS -- so you could use it on your desk at home and then stuff it in your bag for travel. It will be available in black or white later this month for $50. The only real decision left to be made is: work on the tablet and Netflix on the phone, or the other way round? [Logitech]