Logitech Slim Combo iPad Pro Keyboard Case

Logitech has released Slim Combo, its latest keyboard case for iPad Pro models. With a detachable keyboard, integrated stand and Apple Pencil holder, the iPad Pro case lets you more comfortably enjoy the premium tablet.

Logitech Slim Combo iPad Pro Keyboard Case

The Slim Combo is a versatile and practical keyboard case that comes in two sizes for 10.5″ iPad Pro and 12.9″ iPad Pro. The Slim Combo consists of two parts including a snap-on iPad Pro case and a detachable keyboard. As we can see from the images, the case sports a low-profile and elegant appearance design, and the slim form factor and matte finish let you comfortably and firmly hold your iPad in your hand.

Logitech Slim Combo iPad Pro Keyboard Case

The iPad Pro case is made from plastic and high performance technical fabric with PU coating and reinforced bumper in order to protect the tablet from bumps, shocks, scratches and spills. Furthermore, the case features an integrated iPad stand that not only supports both portrait and landscape modes, but also delivers multiple viewing angles for viewing, typing and drawing. An integrated Apple Pencil holder also lets you access to your Pencil with ease.

Logitech Slim Combo iPad Pro Keyboard Case

Moreover, the Slim Combo has a detachable keyboard that connects with your iPad via Smart Connector. The full size keyboard features scissor key mechanism with 1.5mm key travel for a comfortable and accurate typing experience, and three adjustable backlit levels let you type in the dark or low light conditions. In addition, extra shortcuts are designed for easy access to those frequently used functions.

The Slim Combo iPad Pro keyboard case is priced at $129.99/$149.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Logitech Amazon shop (for 10.5″ iPad Pro) for its more details.

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