Enhance your iPad Pro experience with one of these great keyboards.

Just as with the larger, 12.9-inch iPad Pro, Apple's new, smaller model is targeted at getting stuff done without the need for a full laptop. And that includes using it with a keyboard. Folks have been using keyboards with iPads for many years now, but the iPad Pro kicks the experience up a notch or two.

So if you want to get the most from your iPad Pro and get yourself a keyboard, check out one of this little lot.

More: 9.7-inch iPad Pro review

We've updated this post for April with a couple of new additions.

Apple Smart Keyboard

Smart KEyboard

Apple has its own Smart Keyboard for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Hook it up via the Smart Connector, prop it up using the integrated stand, and type away for hours on what is, actually, a very comfortable keyboard to use. It's not just a keyboard, either, as it's also a well made cover to keep your new, expensive tablet safe while you're out and about.

It's a little pricey, but it's one of the best case and keyboard combinations you'll find for the iPad Pro.

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Apple Magic Keyboard

Magic Keyboard

The Magic Keyboard isn't strictly speaking marketed at the iPad market, but it's a perfectly good option. It's the Bluetooth keyboard you may well find yourself using with an iMac or a Mac Pro, packed with classic Apple style and a comfortable typing experience. If you're already using one of these, or you need a new keyboard for your Mac, doubling up and using it with your iPad Pro will save you the $149 outlay for something like the Smart Keyboard.

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Belkin Wired Keyboard for iPad with stand

Belkin Wired Keyboard

This Belkin keyboard connects to the iPad Pro using a Lightning cable. The result is a reassurance that your connection won't suddenly disappear at a crucial moment, as well as a keyboard which doesn't require any battery power. It draws all the power it needs from the iPad, with the only real drawback being that you can't use the Lightning connector for anything else while you're using the keyboard. The integrated stand will keep the tablet propped up at the just the right angle and it's hard to argue with the price.

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Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard

Logitech Bluetooth keyboard

If all you want is a basic, sturdy keyboard that's great to type on and doesn't cost the earth, then take a look at this Bluetooth offering from Logitech. The unusual, circular keys may be off-putting at first, but once you get going you'll barely even notice. It's a basic, Bluetooth keyboard, meaning you can also use it with a Mac if you need, as well. And the slight wedge shape angles the keys just right so as to give you a comfortable typing position. It's a little quirky, even fun looking, but it does what it does very well and it's extremely affordable.

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Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard

Microsoft Universal Keyboard

Microsoft has been making keyboards for a long time and its mobile focused efforts are some of the best around. This universal effort is good for iOS, Android and Windows, and while it's not the latest model it's the better option for the iPad Pro. That's mostly because of the built in stand that can prop up your iPad while you get your type on.

It works using Bluetooth and has a handy operating system switch if you're also planning to use it with more than just your iPad Pro. And as it's a previous generation model it's also very affordable.

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Zagg Folio with Keyboard

Zagg Folio

Zagg is a perfect choice for those looking for serious protection for their iPad Pro while still providing a built in keyboard. It covers the whole back and sides of the tablet, and the Bluetooth keyboard is a attached with a hinge, so you'll never leave home without it.

The case has a leather texture for an air of the luxurious, the keyboard is incredibly thin and with the necessary magnets to activate the sleep and wake functions, you'll never be far away from getting stuff done. And all at a good price, offering a decent discount compared to Apple's own Smart Keyboard.

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Other options

As we hear about more available keyboards for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, we'll update this list. Have you heard of any good options out there, readers? Let us know in the comments.