Apple’s Magic Keyboard Turns The iPad Pro Into An Adaptable Laptop

Apr 22, 2020

Category: Tech

The iPad Pro was a godsend for creatives and professionals alike, offering cutting-edge computing technologies and performance in a sleek, handheld smart device. But the novelty of taking your work with you wherever you go might not be altogether appealing, especially if you spend hours of your time navigating menus and typing on-screen. Now, Apple has released the newest version of its magnetic optimization accessory for the iPad Pro — the Magic Keyboard — to catapult your workflow to greater heights.

The Apple iPad Pro Magic Keyboard attaches effortlessly to the bottom of your 11- or 12.9-inch device thanks to its intuitive magnetic hinge, allowing you to set up your display in a cantilevered position for improved ease-of-use and visibility while out and about. Aside from the inherent accessibility and utilization practices associated with a 130-degree viewing angle, you’ll also be able to revel in the Magic Keyboard’s tactile feel, calling upon backlit keys and scissor mechanisms that allow for 1mm of key travel to improve responsiveness and overall performance. Pair this with the device’s built-in trackpad to utilize iPadOS’ multi-touch gesture controls and interfacing elements for increased efficiency while browsing or navigating menus. Head to Apple’s website — where the Magic Keyboard is listed for $299 and up — to purchase one of your own.

Purchase: $299+

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