The 4 Best iPad Pro Keyboard Cases for 2022

Our pick

Zagg Pro Keys for 11-inch iPad Pro

With comfortable, responsive, and backlit keys, a removable inner case, two viewing angles, and the ability to pair with two devices, the Zagg Pro Keys is the keyboard case to beat.

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*At the time of publishing, the price was $79.

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In addition to a great typing experience, the Zagg Pro Keys offers some benefits that other keyboard cases don’t. The case separates from the keyboard setup, so you can use just the protector when you don’t need to type. Its keys are backlit, and it allows you to cycle through their colors and brightness levels. And it can pair with two devices, such as your iPad and your phone, toggling between them as needed. Dedicated iPadOS function keys provide quick access to commonly used features, and an Apple Pencil holder lets you easily carry the stylus around. Although the Pro Keys is wider and heavier than some competitors, that extra bulk isn’t severe, and it brings extra functionality.

Also great

Logitech Combo Touch for 11-inch iPad Pro

The Combo Touch combines an excellent trackpad with an impressive keyboard, plus a removable case. It can stay positioned in a wide range of angles, but it’s not great on your lap.

Buying Options

*At the time of publishing, the price was $200.

Also available for these iPads:

For most people who want to use their iPad Pro more like a laptop, we like Logitech’s Combo Touch, which adds a trackpad. The 4.4-by-2.3-inch glass trackpad set beneath the keyboard is as smooth as anything else we’ve tested and provides full support for Apple’s multitouch gestures. Much like the Zagg Pro Keys, the Combo Touch stands out from the competition thanks to its typing experience and separable case, and you never have to worry about separately charging the keyboard since the Logitech model draws power from the iPad Pro via its Smart Connector. The Combo Touch isn’t great for using on your lap because of its foldout kickstand, and it typically costs about twice as much as the Pro Keys. But it’s a better accessory than any trackpad-and-keyboard case that costs less, and it’s nearly as good as those that cost much more.

Upgrade pick

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If you want both a premium trackpad and a premium keyboard, the Apple Magic Keyboard for the 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation)/iPad Air (5th generation) and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is the best choice. It combines fantastic keys, an excellent glass trackpad, and a highly adjustable screen in a slim package. But it’s very expensive, and it weighs about the same as the Logitech Combo Touch.

Budget pick

To get the least expensive keyboard case without having to sacrifice a good typing experience, pair our favorite Bluetooth keyboard, the Logitech K380 for Mac Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard, with a good iPad Pro case. The K380 for Mac is bulkier than an all-in-one keyboard case, and it may be less convenient, but this combo costs much less, and it’s great to type on.

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