Logitech declared the Folio Touch, a new keyboard case for the 11-inch iPad Pro product (equally the 2018 and 2020 variations). It is a more economical option to Apple’s Magic Keyboard and is equivalent to the Logitech Combo Touch for earlier iPad versions.
The scenario functions a foldable keyboard with a total row of shortcut keys for iPadOS, which are notably lacking from the Magic Keyboard. The keys are backlit and regulate their brightness based mostly on ambient lighting. The Folio involves a touchpad as nicely, which supports multi-finger gestures, including swipe, scroll, pinch, and double faucet.
The kickstand is adjustable, tilting up to 40 degrees, and you can fold the keyboard behind the back again of the iPad (a little something you cannot do with the Magic Keyboard). You can use a related iPad in four modes, depending on the iPad’s angle and the placement of the keyboard: typing, viewing, sketching, and looking at.
The Folio Touch connects to the iPad Professional via Apple’s Sensible Connector, which is developed into the aspect of the tablet. That signifies the two units will pair quickly (no will need to dink close to with Bluetooth) and you will not need to have to cost the Folio separately — it draws electricity from the iPad.
If you’d like to know much more about Logitech’s keyboards, test out our overview of the Combo Touch for the 10.2-inch iPad, 3rd-generation iPad Air, and 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
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