Logitech has predictably released new versions of its Combo Touch keyboard case for Apple Newly announced iPad Pros. The company introduced the accessory for the iPad 2019, iPad Air 2019 and iPad Pro 2017 last year, a few days before Apple’s rollout iPadOS 13.4 with full mouse and trackpad support. This software update has allowed you to treat the tablet like a real laptop capable of multi-touch gestures for navigation, such as drag and drop. The Logitech Combo Touch lets you take full advantage of this capability.
Combo Touch for the third-generation 11-inch iPad Pro and fifth-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro has a removable keyboard, which you can remove while you draw or read. The company claims the updated Combo Touch is thinner than its predecessor and has the largest trackpad ever for a keyboard case. Since it allows you to click anywhere for navigation, you will have more surface to work.
The case also comes with an open side, so you can keep an Apple Pencil attached to the iPad. Plus, it connects to your tablet through its smart connector, so you don’t have to worry about the keyboard running out of battery. Combo Touch case for the new iPad Pro 11 “is now available for $ 200 – $ 100 cheaper than Apple’s new Magic Keyboard – from Logitech and the Apple website. Meanwhile, the 12.9-inch version will be available “soon” for $ 230, which is also considerably cheaper than Apple’s $ 349 Magic Keyboard for the larger iPad Pro.
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