IPAD PRO keyboard-After launching the smaller Apple iPad Pro, the company aims to use the device to get things done without using a computer. This includes the possibility of using it with a keyboard, so we will review the best keyboards that you can use with the iPad Pro.

Smart keyboard


Apple has its own keyboard called the Smart Keyboard, which comes bundled with the iPad Pro 9.7-inch. Connected via “Smart Connector”. With SmartCode you can write for hours at a glance with ease and comfort. It is not just a keyboard, but is designed to keep your tablet.

It’s a little expensive, but it is one of the best suitable keyboards for the iPad Pro.

Magic Keyboard


Magic Keyboard is not specifically made for the iPad Pro, but it is a good choice. It is a Bluetooth keyboard that you may use with Mac Pro and iMac, giving you a comfortable and classic typing experience. Magic Keyboard is your best choice if you want to combine it with the Mac and iPad Pro.

Belkin keyboard IPAD PRO KEYBOARD

Belkin Bluetooth keyboard, but connects with iPad Pro using Lightning cable. Also, you will not face the problem of disconnection at any moment, and do not consume any amount of battery power. It pulls all the energy you need from the iPad. The only drawback is that you cannot use the Lightning connector while using the keyboard.

Logitech keyboard

The Logitech Bluetooth Keyboard works perfectly for you if you want a basic keyboard and you can type with it very easily. The strange thing about Logitech is that it contains rounded buttons, which give you a feeling of comfort while writing on it. You can also use it with a Mac and it is fairly affordable.

These are the best keyboards that you can use with the iPad Pro 9.7-inch according to the opinions and ratings of many users, if you know another special type that deserves mention, share the comments.

Logitech Slim Folio for 9.7-inch iPad

If you’ve got a 2017 or 2018 “budget” iPad, the Slim Folio ($99.99) case serves as protection and a stand as well. You may want both, especially if you plan to jam your iPad into a crowded backpack.

Its keyboard can operate for up to four years on a coin battery, in part because it engages and disengages automatically based on whether your iPad is in typing position. Its layout is closer to that of a laptop, making it more comfortable, and iOS-specific shortcuts make it easy to do things like return to the homescreen.

Recent versions of the case have an Apple Pencil holder if you decide to spring for that stylus.

Logitech K780 Multi-Device Keyboard

Keyboard cases are often convenient but do have drawbacks, above all the risk that if you decide to upgrade your iPad you may be left with a useless accessory. The K780 ($79.99) is a detached, multi-platform keyboard with a slot for propping up devices like iPads.

It’s also a full-size, desktop-style keyboard that nevertheless offers iOS-compatible shortcuts. More importantly you can switch between three devices on the fly, for example switching from your iPad to your Windows desktop, saving cash on peripherals. Special software called Logitech Flow lets you copy and paste files from one system to another.

Anker Ultra Compact Slim Profile Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard

If you’ve already got any stand and/or case issues solved, Anker makes a barebones Bluetooth keyboard ($23.99). The accessory uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery said to last for six months at a time, and it can be used with all major platforms, though switching is more complicated than something like the K780.

Brydge (for iPad Pro & 9.7-inch iPad)

The goal of Brydge’s keyboards is to create a “MacBook-like” experience, with aluminum, backlighting, and even matching colors. iPads slip into special hinges that allow them to fold like a MacBook lid.

The company makes versions for the 10.5- ($129.99) and 12.9-inch Pro ($149.99), as well as the 2018 basic iPad ($99.99).

ZAGG Rugged Messenger for 9.7-inch iPad

Some people simply can’t afford to have their iPad break. The Rugged Messenger ($99.99) can theoretically protect iPads from drops over 6 feet and has a snap-on screen protector to boot, though don’t count on that saving your iPad if it lands face-first.


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