What you need to know
- Logitech has just launched its first-ever mouse for the iPad.
- It comes out alongside new Slim Folio Pro Keyboards for Apple's new iPad Pro.
- The new Logitech Pebble i345 mouse will work with any iPad that can run iOS 13.4.
Logitech has just launched its brand new Slim Folio Pro Keyboard's for Apple's new iPad Pro, and its first-ever mouse for iPad, the Pebble i345.
In a press release it said:
As mentioned, there's a brand new Slim Folio Pro keyboard for Apple's new iPad Pro models, both the 11-inch and the 12.9-inch, which were announced by Apple yesterday.
Perhaps more excitingly however, Logitech has also pushed out its brand new Pebble i345 mouse to go along with it. Yesterday, Logitech also released new keyboards for Apple's new iPad Pro models featuring a built in trackpad. For users who prefer the comfort and feel of a standalone mouse, this could very well be the solution.
The biggest news for iPad yesterday was the announcement that Apple was bringing full trackpad/mouse support to iPad with iPad OS 13.4. Of course, that means that a mouse or trackpad will work not only with Apple's latest iPad Pro models, but any iPad capable of running iOS 13.4.
The Logtiech Pebble i345 comes with 1000 dpi sensor resolution and high precision optical tracking. It has three buttons and a mechanical scroll wheels. It takes one AA battery (pre-installed) that should last you for 18 months.
Mouse and Keyboard
With iOS 13.4, Apple's new iPad Pro models can support a trackpad or mouse!
The 2020 iPad Pro has a faster processor, an advanced camera system, a LiDAR scanner for AR, and support for a true cursor experience with the Magic Keyboard with Trackpad.
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