Over the last couple of years, Apple has been pushing the iPad as a full-fledged laptop replacement — especially since the introduction of the iPad Pro.
Well, now you can take that a step further. Accessory maker Brydge has announced new keyboards for the latest home button-less iPad Pro, and by the looks of them, they really do turn Apple's tablet into a touchscreen-equipped laptop.
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Details about the new keyboards (or even high-resolution photos) are absent. All we know is that they'll be shipping in "early 2019."
But Brydge has been doing this for a long time, and its keyboards for the iPad always looked and acted like the lower part of a laptop. But now that the iPad Pro's design has been simplified even more, the iPad Pro equipped with a Brydge keyboard looks almost exactly like a MacBook, just with stunningly tiny bezels. Read more...More about Ipad, Brydge, Ipad Keyboard, Tech, and Big Tech Companies