Doqo iPad Pro Keyboard Case Gives You a MacBook Experience

The doqo iPad Pro keyboard case is designed to turn your iPad into a MacBook with a MacBook-size trackpad and 7-in-1 hub. Like the idea? Let’s have a look.Doqo iPad Pro Keyboard Case Gives You a MacBook Experience

The doqo is a beautifully crafted and multi-functional keyboard case that measures 312 x 235 x 23.5mm, and it comes in two models for 12.9″ and 11″ iPad Pro. As shown in the images, the keyboard case delivers a laptop-style design, and its all-around-edges clamshell housing is made of durable aircraft quality aluminum for a lightweight and durable construction.

With scissor-switch design, the iPad Pro keyboard case provides you a laptop-like typing experience, and it also features an integrated MacBook size multi-touch trackpad for fully functional gesture controls, while dedicated function keys let you access to some frequently used iPad functions like adjusting volume, brightness and more.Doqo iPad Pro Keyboard Case Gives You a MacBook Experience

Furthermore, laser engraved backlit keys allow you to type in low light conditions. And similar with all laptops, the iPad Pro’s keyboard base features 7 extra ports on left and right sides. One side contains two USB 3.0 ports, SD and microSD card reader, and another side delivers one 4K HDMI port and two USB-C ports. One USB-C supports QC 3.0 technology, and another for audio output and high-speed data transmission.

Moreover, with 4300mAh rechargeable battery, it works as a portable power bank to charge your mobile devices via USB-C or USB 3.0 ports. And the aluminum housing and folio-style design ensure it provides enhanced protection for your iPad Pro.

The crowdfunding campaign for doqo is ongoing on Kickstarter. We can pledge $139 to preorder the iPad Pro keyboard case. It will be shipped in May 2020.

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