Razer Made A Mechanical Keyboard For The IPad Pro
Gaming hardware and software maker Razer has launched a Mechanical Keyboard Case for Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablet. Priced at $169.99, the keyboard can be purchased from Razer’s website
The keyboard case comes with a metal kickstand and connects with the iPad Pro using Bluetooth. The detachable keyboard is said to have ‘ultra-low-profile’ mechanical switches.
“Featuring optimized actuation and reset points and an actuation force of 70g, the world’s first low-profile mechanical switch delivers the exact same performance and feel as a full-fledged mechanical keyboard,” says Razer on its website.
In addition, Razer Mechanical Keyboard Case has backlight illumination with 20 brightness levels. This helps to use the case in all kinds of lighting conditions. The metal kickstand, too, supports multiple angles. The case can work for approximately 10 hours on a single charge, at full brightness.
Talking about detachable keyboards, LG is all set to officially launch its foldable full-sized keyboard. Dubbed Rolly Keyboard, the full sized keyboard comes with four rows of keys which can be folded easily, thus making the device ultra portable.
The keyboard also consists of high-contrast keys and a fold-out mobile device stand. LG claims that the Rolly Keyboard is simple to use and comes with a 17-mm key pitch, which is similar to the 18-mm key pitch of any regular keyboard.
The keyboard sports an impact-resistant polycarbonate body and has two foldable arms to hold both smartphones and tablets equally well. It packs a AAA battery which promises to give up to three months of battery backup.