Brydge Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (Gold)

Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (Gold)

Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (Gold)

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Brydge Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (Gold)

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  • Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Technology
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Up to 3 Month Battery Life
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Enhance your productivity with the gold Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro from Brydge. This keyboard connects to your 12.9" iPad Pro via Bluetooth 4.0, enabling you to type faster and more accurately while viewing a larger portion of your device's display. It has a backlit keyboard and a rechargeable battery that lasts for up to three months.

UPC: 019962498343
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Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (Gold)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Wireless Connectivity Bluetooth 4.0
    Battery Life Up to 3 months
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight 1.54 lb (735 g)
    Packaging Infoesyurwcvbz
    Package Weight 2.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.5 x 9.1 x 1.3"
    Brydge 12.9 Bluetooth Keyboard for 12.9" iPad Pro (Gold) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall the best keyboard for the ipad Pro Having checked out 4 different keyboards before purchasing this, in terms of operation and quality of build it's the better choice. Cons would be the color doesn't really match my space grey Ipad, and the finish is rough and not smooth like the back of the Ipad.
    Date published: 2017-11-05
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Quality, Heavy, Average Key Feel This is a well built unit, but it is heavy at about 1.5 lbs. Add the Ipad Pro to this and the combination weighs 3.2 lbs. As a comparison, my Macbook Air 13 weighs in at under 3 ilbs, and is balanced better since the hardware is at the base, and not at the top as with the Ipad Pro. The unit is solid, and the hinges keep the Ipad supported up to about 130 degrees, at which point the weight of the Ipad overcomes the hinges' resistance, and it folds flat. For lap top use, the hinges are sufficient to keep the Ipad Pro stable. The keyboard feel is quite poor. There is a cheap feel to the keys, and they are noisy and stiff So far, I have not enjoyed the typing experience when typing something longer than a few sentences. Perhaps they will loosen up over time. The keyboard itself has sufficient space for a small trackpad, but none is included. This would definitely add functionality to the device, as sometimes having to touch the screen (e.g. when writing) is a clumsy process. The home key on the keyboard is quite useful, as it can be used to quickly exit from an app. A double click allows the app to be closed. The battery shows a full charge after a full week of use. There is a very slight mismatch in color between my gold Ipad and the keyboard, but it is quite subtle and overall looks good with the Ipad. All in all this is a good keyboard, but not a great one. It is a pity that there are so few other choices available that allow lap top writing. While there are a number of other choices, best as I can tell of this writing, all of them really need to be placed on a flat surface to be functional. This one at least allows lap top use, but at a weight price, and a lowered quality of typing. While I miss the retina touch screen of the Ipad, using the Macbook Air as a laptop device is still far superior.
    Date published: 2016-12-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great add-on for the IPAD Works great, turns the IPAD into a laptop computer.� Very handy and has a good quality feel to it.
    Date published: 2018-01-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from solid, attractive, flexible I got this to replace an Apple keyboard that I bought with my iPad Pro 12.9 in September 2017 I used the Apple keyboard for three months before ditching it and replacing it with the Brydge. As for the Apple, the three little, tiny dots that connect the iPad to the keyboard MUST line up exactly, and that is no mean feat.� The magnetic power of the attachment strip on the Apple is quite strong which should be an advantage except the magnetic strip grabs the iPad while in the middle of alignment.� I would say the dots would align correctly on the first go about 20% of the time. Also, when I moved the iPad from one location to another, the dots would get out of line and the on-screen keyboard would pop-up even with the Bluetooth keyboard previously working.�� For comparison, I previously used an iPad 3 with a Logitech hard case/keyboard combo and was very happy with it. I have opted for a Brydge Aluminum Bluetooth keyboard. And it is everything I had hoped for:� attractive, substantial, and much more flexible for viewing angles than the Apple one or the previous Logitech which gave only a one-angle option. The Brydge goes to a full 180. The Brydge also has a clever battery status function as well as a "home" key which the Logitech also had. The one disadvantage to the Brydge compared to the Apple is the weight. The Brydge weighs in a 25 ounces compared to the Apple's 11 - meaning the keyboard pretty much matches the weight of the iPad 12.9 itself.� I'll gladly carry the weight for the convenience and the flexibility.
    Date published: 2018-01-07
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