Zagg has revealed < a href="https://go.redirectingat.com?id=66960X1514734&xs=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.zagg.com%2Fen_us%2Fkeyboards%3Fcj_aid%3D12670080%26cj_pid%3D9173227%26cj_sid%3D%26cjdata%3DMXxOfDB8WXww%26cjevent%3De4ff189fb8f911eb80f200050a1c0e13&referrer=theverge.com&sref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theverge.com%2F2021%2F5%2F20%2F22444822%2Fzagg-pro-keys-trackpad-keyboard-case-ipad"rel="sponsored nofollow noopener"target=" _ blank" has-subtag ="true"data-cdata=‘ “rewritten_url”:”https:’> a new selection of iPad keyboards: the Pro Keys with Trackpad, a case with a removable Bluetooth keyboard; the laptop-style Rugged
Book with an adjustable magnetic hinge; and the trackpad-less Pro Keys case(via 9to5Mac). The devices support several of Apple’s most recent iPads, from the M1-enabled iPad Pro on the high-end to the entry level 10.2-inch iPad. Excellent alternative keyboard cases to Apple’s trackpad-equipped Magic Keyboard are mostly limited to Logitech’s Combo Mix or Brydge’s Pro Plus, so Zagg’s version is more than welcome, if a bit less streamlined.
Unlike the Magic Keyboard, the Pro Keys with Trackpad has a case that covers around your entire iPad and a detachable backlit Bluetooth keyboard that likewise functions as an adjustable stand when magnetically attached. Along with the trackpad, which can be independently switched off to conserve battery, the case also consists of a built-in protective cover for the Apple Pencil.
Based off Zagg’s pictures, it seems pretty thick, but the keyboard case is nearly half the cost of the Magic Keyboard. The Pro Keys with Trackpad costs $149.99 for 11-inch iPad Pros and the 10.9-inch iPad Air. For the less effective 10.2-inch iPad, it costs $139.99. There’s no version for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, sadly.