The accessory is going up versus the Apple Magic Keyboard, which likewise has a multi-touch trackpad. However Brydges item uses a more protective case. And it costs much less.
Preorders for the Air Max+ started Tuesday on the Brydge site. For contrast, Apples keyboard for the iPad Air and 11-inch iPad Pro is $299– twice as much.
The new Brydge Air Max+ wraps the iPad Air 4 or 11-inch iPad Pro in a protective case, and includes a removable keyboard and trackpad.
Its a bigger variation of a keyboard case Brydge just recently presented for the fundamental iPad. And theres a comparable design for the biggest iPad Pro.
The Brydge Air Max+ is both an iPad Air/Pro case and a clip-on keyboard and trackpad.
Brydge Air Max+ changes iPad Air into a MacBook
The Air Max+ surrounds the Apple tablet in a case that provides 4-foot drop defense (MIL- STD810G). This remains on the iPad and magnetically links to a base system.
Those with Apples budget iPad can take a look at the Brydge 10.2 Max+, while 12.90-inch iPad Pro users might think about the Brydge 12.9 Max+.
The Bluetooth keyboard consists of backlights with three levels of brightness. When starting up, it uses Bluetooth 5.0 and assures absolutely no lag.
And theres a trackpad. “The new Air Max+ is the only independent keyboard/case combo for iPad Air (4th generation) with a true native multi-touch trackpad,” explains Brydge. The pad is 4.0 inches by 2.4 in.
“The new Air Max+ is the only independent keyboard/case combo for iPad Air (4th generation) with a true native multi-touch trackpad,” points out Brydge. Preorders for the Air Max+ began Tuesday on the Brydge website. For comparison, Apples keyboard for the iPad Air and 11-inch iPad Pro is $299– two times as much.