Logitech's Magic Keyboard alternative for the iPad is now available
What you need to know
- Logitech has launched its new keyboard case for the 7th generation iPad.
- The case features a trackpad and backlit keyboard.
- It is available now for $149.95 and is available now on Apple's website.
Apple surprised everyone by not only announcing the anticipated iPhone SE today but also making the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro available to order. While it is sure to be a hit with iPad Pro users who are looking for a trackpad and backlit keys for their tablet, regular iPad users were left out. Logitech has stepped in to create something just for customers who want more from their regular iPad.
The Logitech Combo Touch Keyboard Case with Trackpad for iPad has launched today on Apple's website. It is a Magic Keyboard alternative that brings some of the best parts of Apple's high-end keyboard case to owners of the 7th generation iPad or iPad Air for half the cost.
Get a precision trackpad and full-size keyboard for your iPad!
Apple introduced trackpad support to iPads with iPadOS 13.4, take advantage with Logitech's new keyboard!
Logitech's keyboard case boasts a trackpad, full-size backlit keyboard, and loop for storing your Apple Pencil.
The integrated trackpad supports Apple's Multi-Touch gestures and the backlit keys allow you to keep using your keyboard well into the night. Logitech has also a built-in row of shortcut keys for quick access to things like the iPad Home screen, Siri, and Search.
For those who don't need an iPad Pro but want a lot of the experience coming to Apple's pro tablet, Logitech's keyboard case seems like a perfect solution.
The Logitech Combo Touch Keyboard Case with Trackpad for the 7th generation iPad (opens in new tab) and iPad Air (opens in new tab) is available to order now on the Apple Store website for $149.95 with a delivery date as soon as Friday, April 17th.
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Will this work with a 6th gen as well?
Logitech is saying just the 7th gen.
Ok, I think it connects using the port. I was thinking first it was bluetooth. Thanks Joe!
Yeah it’s taking advantage of that Smart Connector. And of course!