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Las tabletas son cosas maravillosas, y los modelos iPad Pro de Apple, ya sea que tenga el iPad Pro de 12.9 pulgadas o el iPad Pro 11 , un poco más pequeño, son algunos de los mejores, especialmente porque ahora tienen soporte para trackpad .
Dicho esto, no hay escapatoria de un inconveniente para una tableta: la falta de un teclado puede ser un lastre a veces. Sin embargo, hay una amplia gama de formas de solucionar ese problema, incluido un amplio conjunto de productos que puede comprar para que la escritura vuelva al menú.
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No hay tantas opciones de teclado como casos, pero hemos reunido algunas para ambos dispositivos iPad Pro que lo ayudarán a escribir esos correos electrónicos, hojas de cálculo y notas. Como de costumbre, seguiremos actualizando esta función y agregando más a medida que nos llamen la atención.
Teclado Bluetooth ultra delgado OMOTON
The OMOTON Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard is compatible with the iPad Pro 12.9 and the iPad Pro 11 (and every other size of iPad, for that matter).
It's smaller than a traditional keyboard, has a month's battery life based on continuous use, which is quite impressive. It connects to your iPad Pro via Bluetooth rather than the Smart Connector.
Apple Smart Keyboard
The Apple Smart Keyboard is available for both the iPad Pro 12.9 and the iPad Pro 11. It's a compact keyboard that attaches to the iPad Pro via the smart connector on the rear of the tablets.
The connector allows for charging and two-way exchange of data, and it folds down to become a slim cover that protects the tablet's display when not in use. The keys feature a spill-resistant woven fabric, and the keyboard itself has a mixture of nylon and metal.
Apple Magic Keyboard para iPad Pro
Apple's newest keyboard option is undeniably expensive, but is also a pretty superb bit of kit. It floats your iPad Pro off the surface slightly, creating a premium look and feel that's unbeatable.
The keys are also really great to type on, and it's the first case to bring in Apple's new trackpad support, with a typically excellent effort from Apple. This is the best keyboard experience going, but it doesn't come top for economic reasons.
Apple Magic Keyboard
The Apple Magic Keyboard is a standalone keyboard that can connect to either the iPad Pro 12.9 or the iPad Pro 11 via Bluetooth. It doesn't offer any protection to the iPad like some others on this list, but it does offer a lovely typing experience.
The Magic Keyboard features a built-in rechargeable battery along with improved scissor mechanism beneath each key for increased stability, as well as optimised key travel and a lower profile. Apple says the Magic Keyboard should last a month before it needs recharging.
The Brydge BrydgePro keyboard is available for both the iPad Pro 12.9 and the iPad Pro 11. It is made from 100 per cent aluminium and the company claims it is thinner than the MacBook Air when combined with the iPad Pro.
The BrydgePro connects to the iPad Pro via Bluetooth and it features backlit, tactile keys with varying brightness levels. There is a three-month rechargeable battery on board and it comes in gold, rose gold, silver and space grey.
Teclado Bluetooth Logitech Keys-To-Go
The Logitech Keys-To-Go Ultra-Portable Keyboard is compatible with both the iPad Pro 12.9 and the iPad Pro 11. It has a super thin and light design, meaning it can tuck into your bag, between the pages of a magazine or even inside your coat pocket.
The Keys-To-Go Ultra-Portable Keyboard connects to your iPad Pro via Bluetooth so there is no need for a cable but you will need to charge it every now and then.
Logitech Slim Combo
The Logitech Slim Combo is available for both the iPad Pro 12.9 and the iPad Pro 11. It consists of a protective cover and a detachable keyboard for four use modes: Typing, Viewing, FaceTime and Reading.
The Slim Combo comes in blue and black colour options, features well-spaced, backlit keys and it also has a dedicated row of iOS shortcut keys. It connects to your iPad Pro via the Smart Connector so pairing is nice and simple and charging isn't necessary.
Zagg Slimbook Go
Zagg's Slimbook Go connects to the iPad Pro 12.9 or 11 via Bluetooth rather than the smart connector and it can also simultaneously connect to more than one device, and be detached from Apple's tablet when in use.
It comes with back-lighting and is a sleek alternative to Apple's in-house case and keyboard combinations.