Zagg announces Pro Keys with Trackpad Wireless Keyboard for iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad

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Zagg adds two more keyboards to its iPad keyboard lineup, including the ultra-tough Rugged Book and the Pro Keys with Trackpad Wireless Keyboard, designed for the 11-inch iPad Pro, fourth-generation iPad Air, and iPad.

The Pro Keys with Trackpad offers users an alternative to Apple's pricier Magic Keyboard. It connects over Bluetooth and features backlit, laptop-style keys, a Bluetooth trackpad that users can toggle on and off, as well as a magnetic closure for keeping it closed while on the go.

It also features a detachable case, allowing users to protect their iPad even when not using the keyboard. The case features a polycarbonate shell with rubberized edges, corners, and button covers. Zagg states the case itself will provide up to 6.6 feet of drop protection.

The keyboard battery lasts up to three months with the trackpad turned on and can easily be recharged via USB-C.

The Zagg Pro Keys with Trackpad Wireless keyboard is available for the 11-inch iPad Pro and the fourth generation iPad Air for $149.99, and the 10.2-inch iPad for $139.99.

Zagg has also announced the Zagg Rugged Book, an ultra-tough keyboard case designed to protect both your iPad and the case and keyboard from 6.6-foot drops.

The Rugged Book's keyboard is also detachable, allowing you to utilize your iPad in different work environments. Its magnetic hinge enables users to position their device in multiple positions, perfect for typing, watching videos, or browsing the internet.

Zagg has also designed the keyboard with interlocking, "stay-put" keys, designed to prevent them from popping off. The keys feature a similar keystroke and travel to other laptop keyboards, allowing users to type precisely and comfortably.

The Zagg Rugged Book keyboard is available for the 11-inch iPad Pro and the fourth generation iPad Air for $149.99.

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