The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is the Goldilocks of iPad tablets: Not too big, not too small. It packs all the great productivity features present in its bigger 12.9-inch cousin, all while retaining the portability of the standard 9.7 iPad. A Keyboard case like the Brydge 10.5 Series II pushes the iPad into the notebook category. For the ultimate productivity experience on an iPad Pro, you need a keyboard case.
Apple Smart Keyboard (10.5)
Apple’s 10.5-inch full-size keyboard attaches to the iPad Pro using the Smart Connector and allows for charging and a two-way exchange of data — no Bluetooth required. Apple design for your Apple lifestyle.
$159 at Apple
Brydge 10.5-inch Series II
Brydge’s keyboard makes your iPad Pro look like a MacBook. It’s designed with Apple’s aesthetic and makes writing on the iPad feel great. Instead of a full case, it attaches with hinges so you can seamlessly slip your iPad out to use in tablet mode.
$130 at Brydge
Logitech Slim Combo Keyboard Case
If Logitech is known for anything it’s the impeccable keyboard design for tablets. Typing on your iPad feels just like typing on your laptop. Comfortable and classic. The Slim Combo is the perfect fit for the 10.5-inch model.
$130 at Logitech
Fintie 10.5-inch iPad Pro Keyboard Case
Fintie makes one of the more popular low-cost 10.5-inch iPad Pro keyboard cases. It’s super slim, comes in a plethora of colors, and has a convenient Apple Pencil slot so you’ll always have your gear nearby.
$37 at Amazon
Zagg Rugged Messenger Case
If you need a keyboard case with a bit more protection, Zagg provides a two-part case system made up of a polycarbonate shell and durable Bluetooth keyboard cover.
$100 at Zagg
Azolt 360 Degree keyboard case
Azolt’s case is for the adventurous types. The backlighting comes in seven different colors and it has a swivel hinge so you can rotate the iPad around to any angle you want. It comes in black and rose gold.
$56 at Amazon
When choosing a keyboard case, it’s important to know that the keyboard works well and provides a comfortable typing experience. That’s why I love the Logitech Slim Combo. I’m also a huge fan of the Brydge keyboard because it really makes my iPad Pro feel like a MacBook. I always take it with me to Apple press events.