Razer makes a mechanical keyboard case for the iPad Pro

15 July, 2016

Razer has made a keyboard case for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. It's not just any keyboard case, however. It's a mechanical keyboard case.

The Razer keyboard uses ultra low profile mechanical switches designed by Razer, with chiclet keycaps and 70g actuation force. This should, in theory, give you the feel of a mechanical keyboard at the same time being compact. The keys are also backlit with 20 brightness levels and feature shortcut controls for iOS.

The keyboard base features a detachable metal kickstand that lets you adjust the display to any angle, something you cannot do with Apple's first party iPad Pro keyboard case. There is also a detachable polycarbonate case for the iPad.

Unfortunately, the keyboard does not use the Smart Connector on the iPad Pro and instead connects via Bluetooth, which means it has its own battery, that lasts for up to ten hours and needs charging, something you don't need to do with Apple or Logitech cases.

The Razer Mechanical Keyboard case for the iPad Pro is priced at $169.99.

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