Brydge, a keyboard maker who wants to shape a tablet for a laptop, has introduced a keyboard for the new iPad Pro. Based on the company's old keyboard, this new model should be able to project the tablet's screen from any angle, and Apple's smart keyboard is limited to two.
Previously, I tested one of Brydge's keyboards on a third-generation iPad and found that it succeeded in making the tablet feel like a laptop. Now that Apple has positioned itself as a productivity device to compete with laptops for the iPad Pro, Brydge's keyboard cover seems more useful. In addition to creating keyboards for the iPad, Brydge also produces models for Microsoft's Surface Pro tablet and Google's Pixel Slate.
Although the exact pricing has not been announced yet, the new iPad Pro keyboard will be available in early 2019. Brydge's current iPad Pro keyboard prices range from $ 139.99 to $ 149.99, making it an affordable replacement for Apple.