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Brydge 11.0 Pro+ Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad | Compatible with iPad Pro 11-inch (2018 & 2nd Gen, 2020) | Backlit Keys | Long Battery Life | (Space Gray)
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- OVERSIZED TRACKPAD | Designed to work with the new iPad OS Mouse Functionality, allowing you to use your iPad like a laptop by giving you full pointer control and access to gestures like two finger scroll, right click & more.
- COMPATIBILITY & PROTECTION | The Brydge Pro+ wireless keyboard fits the iPad Pro 11.0 – 1st (2018) and 2nd Generation (2020) models ONLY. Included with the keyboard is our new snap-on magnetic cover to protect the back of your 11.0-inch iPad Pro from scratches or dents. Note: this product does not include an iPad.
- DURABLE | Beautifully engineered from machined aluminum to match the design, quality and color of the iPad. Weighing 24.2 ounces, this iPad Pro keyboard gives you the stability you need to type comfortably.
- RELIABLE PAIRING | Industry-leading Bluetooth 5.0 pairing for fast connectivity every time. With a battery life lasting up to 3-months on each charge and a USB-C cable to connect and charge your keyboard simultaneously, the Brydge Pro+ will have you working with confidence.
- TRAVEL FRIENDLY | Perfect for those on-the-go, the Brydge Pro+ keyboard for iPad features a multi-touch trackpad, versatile viewing angles, tactile typing, and adjustable backlit keys. Be productive anywhere you go.
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- Multi-Touch Trackpad
- 0-180° Viewing Angles
- Adjustable Backlit Keys
- Bluetooth 5.0 Connectivity
- Up to 3-Month Battery Life*
- iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation) (2020)
- iPad Pro 11-inch (2018)
Brydge 11.0 Pro+ Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad
The Pro+ will transform how you use your iPad Pro.
The Brydge Pro+ features an integrated trackpad designed specifically for the touch-first experience on the iPad.
A snap-on magnetic cover is included with all Brydge Pro+ keyboards to protect the back of your iPad Pro from scratches or dents.
The magnetic cover is designed with a cutout for the 2020 ultra-wide camera. It also fits the 2018 camera.
Making the most of the new iPadOS mouse feature, the trackpad enables pointer, left, & right click, two finger scroll & two finger swipe to intuitively navigate iPadOS.
0-180° Viewing Angles
The Brydge Pro+ adapts with you. Our hinges allow for unrestricted viewing angles from 0-180° and are tested to fit securely to your iPad Pro.
Adjustable Backlit Keys
Featuring 3 levels of LED backlighting to meet your visibility demands. A feature that comes in very handy when you need it most.
Bluetooth 5.0 Connectivity
Industry-leading Bluetooth 5.0 for fast pairing and a lag-free typing experience. Type easier, type faster, type confidently.
OPTIMIZE THE TRACKPAD EXPERIENCE
1. Update iPadOS
A number of improvements have been made in iPadOS that have benefited the Brydge Pro+.
Update to iPadOS 13.5 for the best trackpad experience.
2. Turn on "Reduce Motion"
Turn on "Reduce Motion" to create an even smoother scrolling experience.
Settings > Accessibility > Motion > Reduce Motion
3. Update Pro+ Firmware
Download the Brydge Connect app from the App Store and update to the latest Brydge Pro+ Firmware (v1.0.3).
Our engineers continually make improvements based on the latest version of iPadOS. For the best experience possible, make sure you're using the latest firmware.
3 levels of LED backlighting to meet your visibility demands. A feature that comes in very handy when you need it most.
|COMPATIBILITY||iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation) | Model numbers: A2228 A2068 A2230 A2231, iPad Pro 11-inch | Model numbers: A1980 A2013 A1934 A1979 | FIND YOUR MODEL NUMBER ON THE BACK COVER OF YOUR IPAD|
|SIZE & WEIGHT||Length: 9.74 in (247.4 mm) | Width: 7.02 in (178.3 mm) | Height: 0.26 in (6.6 mm) | Weight: 1.15 lb (524 g)|
|BATTERY LIFE*||Without backlight: Up to 3 months (based on 2 hours use per day) | With backlight: Up to 20 hours | Rechargeable via USB-C cable|
|IN THE BOX||1 x Brydge 11.0 Pro+ Keyboard | 1 x Magnetic Cover | 1 x USB-C Charging Cable | 1 x User Manual | IPAD NOT INCLUDED|
|NOTE||We recommend removing any non-Brydge screen protectors from the iPad prior to attaching the keyboard. This will prevent pressure and damage to the screen when inserted.|
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In fact, it's much quieter, and performs just as well as my Logitech keyboard I use (and really like) for my home PC.
It looks FABULOUS! The aluminum gives the case a VERY premium feel.
It matches the space grey Ipad so well, you'd think it came FROM Apple.
It's weighted properly, so it's equally comfortable on your lap, or on a desk.
It has multiple backlighting levels, and you can set it to any viewing angle from 0-180 degrees, and it will stay there.
The backlit keyboard, which has greater travel than Apple's, feels great, and there's a helpful extra row of function keys on top that control iPad features like volume and brightness.
It charges over USB-C, too.
So far, so great, right?
Well, here comes the pain:
I don't like the way I have to pull the iPad in and out of those gripping clips, at all!
The first one I ordered, the left gripping clip was already broken off (to be fair, not sure if that happened in shipping or what, but it did NOT make me feel very secure about it holding my $1300 Ipad Pro.
Amazon replaced it quickly, and conveniently, without issue (Thanks!).
The second one I received I used exclusively for about 10 days until the rubber that protects your Ipad from scratches started to tear.
Before you ask, I was EXCEPTIONALLY careful inserting and removing my IPad from the case.
The rubber just didn't seem to made to stand up to be inserted and removed on a regular basis, even over the course of 10 days.
I wasn't "testing" it like a reviewer, for durability, so I didn't remove it just for the sake of doing so, it was just "regular" usage for me.
Since it was sort of difficult to remove and insert my IPad, I probably did it less than I would have normally.
Next, the trackpad was intermittently glitchy. Not a majority of the time, but more than I'd expected from a premium product (or at least from one that charges a premium price).
The top of the trackpad is not "clickable", only the bottom portion.
You can use the entire trackpad to scroll, however.
The last "opportunity for improvement" is because of those "gripping clips" you are very limited in which screen protector you can use.
In fact, Brydge "recommends" you only use their screen protector (that's a whole 'nother review).
They don't offer a "privacy" screen protector option, either.
For 229 USD, I should be able to use whatever screen protector I want!
Also, for that amount of cash, you shouldn't have to compromise very much at all, and sadly, I feel like I did.
First, it's recommended to remove an existing screen protector to avoid undue pressure on the screen where the hinges clamp onto the iPad. It makes sense to do so, but now I have to give up a texture that I liked--the screen protector I had allowed my fingers to easily glide on the tablets surface; the "natural" texture isn't anywhere near as slick so I'm not thrilled with the au naturale texture.
Second, the iPad sits so low in the hinges that I'm unable to dismiss a screen/close an app by swiping up from the bottom--I have to pull the iPad up a minimum of 4mm to be able to do so, but that also means the top of the iPad now juts out 4mm over the edge of the keyboard; the overhang is surely to incur damage somehow.
Third, there are two, rubber "bumpers" on the keyboard that prevent the iPad's screen from becoming damaged by it resting on keyboard's keys. In my experience with MacBooks, those nubs eventually scratch the screen from repeated opening and closing, so I wonder that now that I'm sans screen protector, whether that'll happen, too.
I had a Logitech Slim Portfolio cover before and it hadn't gone wonky with its E and L keys frequently flaking out I would've kept it; it's because of Logitech's poor customer service in resolving the matter that I decided to try the Brydge keyboard. However, I'm having second thoughts about keeping it, especially with the too-low-bezel issue. I suppose I could use keyboard commands to accomplish the dismissal of active apps, but I shouldn't have to modify my behavior on account of a design flaw.
Then there was the app. SO FRUSTRATING AND TERRIBLE. Got to plug the keyboard into power, then wait for it to recognise that, then the update screen is confusing since it just shows a check mark, since why would it just say: "You are up to date" or "You're on the latest firmware". Also the app is ONLY to update the Brydge keyboard, doesn't have neat customisation features like the ability to enable Apple Trackpad Gestures. Since for whatever reason the crumby $70 keyboard cases with trackpads accept Apple Trackpad Gestures without issue, but a $230 keyboard doesn't.
If you don't care about the trackpad gestures, and don't mind paying a lot, but still nearly half of the Magic Keyboard, then this isn't a terrible option. I think you can and deserve better, maybe if they fix the trackpad issue by adding those functions to it, I might buy it again. BUT right now, not worth it. Also the backlight is rather weak on that keyboard.
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There are few minor differences from their format to Apple standards that can take a bit of getting used to, and a few things i would like to change for it such as the keypad not having a ‘stay on backlit’ option, instead you have three arguably all very much the same brightness settings in place. I also think the option to have ‘programmable keys’ or at least the function ones as your own shortcuts is a tad of a missed opportunity too.
As for the trackpad, it too has some differences when using and i think a few bugs with it still exist which I hope brydge can fix through the firmware, it sometimes doesn’t quite respond with the intended click actions and brings up different menus... however this might be personal setup issues i will admit and others may not experience. As for the rest of the hardware. The magnetic backing comes loose at times and could do with being more permanently fixed, but i guess i could use some d.sided taping to resolve that! The only other snag is the weight from the iPad at the back of a laptop sitting position... it makes you rethink your ‘position requirements’ when trying to type or view the screen in some ways a laptop’s ballast favours.
I would wholeheartedly recommend this however, and one of the major pluses comes from the predictive text being at the bottom of the screen and at keyboard height as you can punch words out so much quicker than you would fully typing them, with a little practice i found it massively improved my dictation time and accuracy... i can’t say enough good things about this improvement! I also shouldn’t forget to point out the siri button position is a charm.
Go ahead and treat yourself with a true accessory for your iPad.. it really improves on your original investment!
I chose Brydge pro + because it had the extra edge.
I am glad I brought it.
It’s beautiful, looks like a MacBook, works great, fab design.
Great for lap lovers.
Great feature is when I want a tablet, I just pull it off.
Only downfall- it’s abit heavy. But who cares when it has everything but more.