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Will you buy Brydge Pro+ trackpad keyboard for your iPad Pro?

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This aluminum keyboard case from Brydge is at the same price level as Magic Keyboard. Is it better than the original Apple keyboard?

Brydge is one of few Apple-approved brands. It offers premium keyboard cases that will turn your iPad into a laptop. Opposite to Magic Keyboard, the case allows you to position the iPad screen exactly at the right angle (from 0 to 180 degrees), thanks to patented hinge design.

The case is engineered from machined high-grade aluminum to match the design, quality and color of iPad Pro models. Bluetooth 5.0 module and 3-month battery life add to a long list of benefits.

The case comes with edge-to-edge keyboard and oversized trackpad designed specifically for the touch-first experience on the iPad: full pointer support and access to iPad gestures, such as two-finger scroll or right click.

Adjustable backlit keys provide the ultimate typing experience in low to no light conditions. Three levels of backlight will meet all your visibility demands.

If a Magic Keyboard doesn’t make you believe you can use your iPad the way you used your laptop, Brydge should do the trick.

✨ Compatible:  iPad Pro 12.9 (2020 and 2018). Available also for iPad Pro 11.

Average rating: 4.1/5

⇢ Amazon – $179.99

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