Logitech iPad Pro 10.5 inch Keyboard Case | SLIM COMBO with Detachable, Backlit, Wireless Keyboard and Smart Connector (Black)

Slim Combo is the ultimate companion to your iPad Pro 10.5 inch. With its 4 use-modes – Typing, Viewing, FaceTime and Reading and 50 degrees of viewing angles there are no limits to how you use your iPad Pro. Its full-size backlit keyboard with iOS shortcuts takes typing to the next level. And thanks to the Smart Connector—the latest generation of connectivity from Apple—your keyboard pairs with iPad Pro in a click and never requires charging, taking power directly from your iPad Pro.

Product Features

  • Designed in partnership with Apple exclusively for iPad Pro 10.5 inch
  • 4 Use Modes: Type, View in Landscape, View in Portrait, Read
  • Powered by iPad via Apple Smart Connector. Connects instantly with one click. No batteries or Bluetooth needed
  • Detachable keyboard for ultimate flexibility
  • Backlit keys for typing in low light  .Outside: plastic and high performance technical fabric with PU coating for spill-resistance

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2 Responses to Logitech iPad Pro 10.5 inch Keyboard Case | SLIM COMBO with Detachable, Backlit, Wireless Keyboard and Smart Connector (Black)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Perfectly done, even better than Apple’s Smart Keyboard Love it! I looked at loads of cases and keyboard choices before settling on this one, and it has more than lived up to my expectations. I just finished a two-day workshop using it all day as a pseudo-laptop for note taking. Features I love about it:* Keyboard is easily removable when I don’t need it, but re-connects with a single click when I do* Folds up (with keyboard connected) to create a hard shell case to protect the iPad* Apple Pencil loop included, positioned so it…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Very thick, very heavy, but good quality keyboard Typing on the keyboard is good – solid feel to the keys, good spacing, I prefer it to the Apple keyboard I used to have. The case is also pretty solid. But the thickness and weight are the biggest drawbacks. This makes my iPad pro thicker than my 2010 MacBook pro! And it doesn’t need to be so thick, as far as I can tell. Anyway, it is heavy enough and thick enough to cancel out the inherent sleekness of the iPad. At this point it’s probably not worth the trouble to return it for the Apple…

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