ZAGG Announces Inexpensive Pro Keys Case With TrackPad for 11-inch iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad

The ultra-strong and tough Rugged Book and the Pro Keys with Trackpad Wireless Keyboard, both optimized for the 11-inch iPad Pro, fourth-generation iPad Air, and iPad, have been added to Zagg's iPad keyboard lineup.

Users can use the Pro Keys with Trackpad for 11-inch iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad as an alternative to Apple's more expensive Magic Keyboard. It has backlit, laptop-style buttons, a Bluetooth trackpad that users can turn on and off, and a magnetic closure to hold it closed when on the go.

It also comes with a detachable case that can be used to secure the iPad when it isn't being used with the keyboard. A polycarbonate shell with rubberized sides, corners, and button covers make up the case. According to Zagg, the case can provide drop cover up to 6.6 feet.

With the trackpad turned on, the keyboard battery lasts up to three months and can be easily recharged via USB-C.

For $149.99, you can get the Zagg Pro Keys with Trackpad Wireless keyboard for the 11-inch iPad Pro and fourth-generation iPad Air, as well as $139.99 for the 10.2-inch iPad.

The Zagg Rugged Book, an ultra-tough keyboard case designed to protect both your iPad and the case and keyboard from 6.6-foot drops, has also been announced by Zagg.

The keyboard on the Rugged Book is also detachable, enabling you to use your iPad in a variety of settings. Its magnetic hinge allows users to place their computer in a variety of ways, making it ideal for typing, watching videos, and browsing the web.

Zagg has also included interlocking "stay-put" keys on the keyboard to prevent them from popping off. The keys have a keystroke and travel that is close to that of other laptop keyboards, enabling users to type precisely and comfortably.

For $149.99, you can get the Zagg Rugged Book keyboard for the 11-inch iPad Pro and the fourth-generation iPad Air.

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