If you want to turn your iPad Pro into a full-time work machine, you can't go far wrong Apple's own Magic Keyboard. The premium keyboard turns your iPad into a laptop instantly with no fussy pairing process and no clipping in and out of a case.
And right now, you can score the 12-inch model at close to $100 off via Amazon. It's never gone this low before and we don't know how long this deal will last so don't wait on placing your order. You'll see the full savings at checkout.
For many people, the iPad Pro straddles the line between a full laptop and a tablet, though iPadOS gaining the ability to support mouse and trackpad input has really boosted its usability for a lot of folks.
Connecting a Bluetooth mouse or trackpad can be a clunky experience though and keeping your peripherals charge is another headache entirely. That's why Apple's Magic Keyboard is so clever.
It gives you the physical typing experience of its laptop keyboards, complete with backlighting, as well as a multi-touch trackpad for navigating the iPad's UI. It also doesn't need to be paired. Instead, it works via the Smart Connector and magnetically attaches to the back of your iPad Pro. It even features USB-C pass-through charging so you can keep your iPad's USB-C port free for plugging in a USB stick or other accessory.
Today's price on the Magic Keyboard is the lowest we've seen by far since its release. This latest sale hitting the 12.9-inch model is in addition to the previous $100 discount on the 11-inch variant that is still available, dropping that version down to $199. That version also works with the 4th-gen iPad Air.
For more information on exactly how well the keyboard works (spoiler: very well), check out our iPad Magic Keyboard review in which we called it "a typing experience on iPad like no other".
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.