When Apple announced their new iPad Pro, they also introduced a new Smart Keyboard that for the most part is the same as before, except that it now gives users two different angles to view their tablets with. However if you want more freedom when it comes to choosing viewing angles and potentially better keys, Brydge might have something for you.

The company has recently launched a new keyboard case/folio for the new iPad Pros. As you can see in the image above, the way Brydge has designed its case kind of transforms your iPad Pro into a MacBook lookalike, which we suppose isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Also because of the way the case has been designed, you can actually angle the iPad more freely.

Details about the keyboard are a bit scarce at this point in time, so it is unclear if these keyboards will connect with the iPad Pros using the smart cnnector on the back, or if they will rely on Bluetooth. The latter is a more common way of pairing keyboards and the downside is that they will need to be charged separately.

This is versus the smart connector which will charge the keyboard while it is being used, so as long as your tablet is juiced up, you don’t have to worry about the keyboard dying. No word on pricing yet either but the company’s previous-gen keyboards were priced at $139.99 to $149.99 respectively so we imagine that they should remain around the same prices.

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