Tablets are wonderful things, and Apple's iPad Pro models, whether you have a 12.9-inch iPad Pro or a slightly smaller iPad Pro 11, are some of the best around - especially since they now have trackpad support.
That being said, there's no escaping the tablet's one drawback - the lack of a keyboard can be a pain. However, there are a number of ways to get around this problem, including a wide variety of foods you can buy so that typing back into the menu is for you.
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There aren't as many keyboard options as there are times, but we've put together a few on iPad Pro devices that will help you type those letters, spreadsheets, and notes. Of course, we are also waiting for Apple to release an attractive new magic keyboard app that will definitely make this list when it comes out.
As usual, we will keep updating this feature and adding more as they catch our eye.
OMOTON ultra-thin Bluetooth keyboard
The OMOTON Ultra-Slim Bluetooth Keyboard is compatible with iPad Pro 12.9 and iPad Pro 11 (and every other iPad size, for that matter).
It's smaller than a traditional keyboard, with a month's battery life based on continuous use, which is quite impressive. It connects to the iPad Pro via Bluetooth rather than Smart jack.
Apple Smart Keyboard
The Apple Smart Keyboard is available for both the iPad Pro 12.9 and iPad Pro 11. This is a compact keyboard that connects to the iPad Pro via the smart jack on the back of the tablets.
The connector allows for charging and two-way data exchange, while it folds to become a thin cover that protects the tablet's display when not in use. The keys are equipped with waterproof fabric, and the keyboard itself has a mixture of nylon and metal.
Apple Magic Keyboard
Apple Magic Keyboard is a standalone keyboard that can connect to iPad Pro 12.9 or iPad Pro 11 via Bluetooth. It doesn't offer any iPad protection like some of the others on this list, but it does offer a wonderful typing experience.
The Magic Keyboard has a built-in battery along with an improved per-key scissor mechanism for enhanced stability, as well as an optimized keystroke and bottom profile. Apple claims that the Magic Keyboard should last a month before it needs to be recharged.
The Brydge BrydgePro keyboard is available for both iPad Pro 12.9 and iPad Pro 11. It's made from 100 percent aluminum, and the company claims it's thinner than a MacBook Air when paired with an iPad Pro.
The BrydgePro connects to the iPad Pro via Bluetooth and features backlit tactile keys with different brightness levels. There is a three-month battery on board and it comes in gold, rose gold, silver and space gray.
Slim Combo From Logitech
Logitech's slim combo is available for both iPad Pro 12.9 and iPad Pro 11. It consists of a protective case and detachable keyboard for four usage modes: Typing, Browsing, FaceTime and Reading.
The slim combo comes in blue and black color options, has well-placed, backlit keys, and has a dedicated row of iOS-specific keyboard shortcuts. It connects to iPad Pro via smart connector pairing is so simple and beautiful, no need to charge.
Keys To Logitech Ultraportable Keyboard
Keys to the Logitech ultra-portable keyboard is compatible with iPad Pro 12.9 and iPad Pro 11. It has a super thin and lightweight design that allows you to tuck in your bag, between the pages of a magazine or even in your coat pocket.
Keys to the ultra-portable keyboard connects to the iPad Pro via Bluetooth, so there's no need for a cable, but you'll need to charge it every now and then.
Best Slimbook To Go
Slimbook Best Let's Go connects to an iPad Pro 12.9 or 11 via Bluetooth rather than a smart jack, and it can also connect to more than one device at the same time, and be separate from an Apple tablet when in use.
It comes with a backlit and sleek alternative to Apple's case and key combinations.