Brydge iPad Pro Keyboards

Jan 29, 2019

Category: Tech

Focused on designing and building ergonomic additions for high-quality products, Brydge has become a reliable source for premium accessories to complement big name brands like Apple. Looking to enhance the user experience of the new iPad Pro, Brydge has created incredible keyboards for the 11-inch and 12.9-inch models.

The full iPad Pro Keyboards come with dedicated iOS keys housed in a high-grade aluminum body. In order to make the fit seamless, Brydge’s iPad Pro Keyboards are designed with matching colors and structure. They feature multi-angle viewing from 0 to 180 degrees, so you can use the iPad Pro like a touchscreen laptop or use the keyboard to prop up the tablet. The Bluetooth keyboards also have three-level backlit keys, 12 months of battery life on a full charge, and come with protective back covers. You can pre-order one today with a limited lifetime warranty.

Purchase: $150+

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