Apple’s Magic Keyboard for iPads Is $100 Off

Apple products have a tendency to never go on sale. It’s not every day that you find a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or iMac selling for a low price. Maybe that’s one of the reasons why iPads (and tablets in general) are so enticing. They’re portable, functional, and most importantly, significantly more affordable than other Apple products. During the pandemic, a lot of us have traded going into the office to working from home. Apple iPads are a great alternative to working on your laptop, especially when you connect it to Apple’s Magic Keyboard. 

Last year, Best Products’ senior tech editor tried out the device to see how it works with an iPad Pro (it’s also compatible with the iPad Air). After testing Apple’s Magic Keyboard, he found that the keyboard is so good that he no longer has a need for his laptop. It has similar features as the MacBook Air. Backlit keys, a built-in trackpad, and a USB-C port for charging make it virtually the same as the keyboard on an Apple laptop. It also has a floating cantilever design, which allows your iPad to attach magnetically for a perfect viewing angle. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, Apple’s Magic Keyboard doubles as a protective case.

There’s a reason why Apple’s Magic Keyboard has 4.8 stars on Amazon. It’s not just worth the money because it’s a chic and advanced piece of technology. It’s worth the money because it will make your life easier. You can turn your iPad into your laptop and improve your work-from-home experience. Keep it by your side for an easy way to answer emails, check your schedule, and stay organized.

There’s a reason why Apple’s Magic Keyboard has 4.8 stars on Amazon. It’s not just worth the money because it’s a chic and advanced piece of technology. It’s worth the money because it will make your life easier. You can turn your iPad into your laptop and improve your work-from-home experience. Keep it by your side for an easy way to answer emails, check your schedule, and stay organized.

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