Otterbox is a company based out of Fort Collins, Colorado. They sell extremely durable phone cases, as well as Apple Watch covers, screen protectors, phone chargers, coolers, dry bags, and a lot more. They also sell custom phone cases that allows you to put your own image on the front, and they will make a durable phone case with your picture on it. They sell phone cases for iPhones as early as the iPhone 5, all the way up to the brand new iPhone 11. Otterbox has a policy where they will ship a new phone case for free if your old one breaks, because they believe that their cases are so durable, that it would be very tough to break one.
They offer several different colors and designs for their phone cases, but I personally really like clear phone cases because it allows you to see the iPhone itself, and it is still being very well protected. Here are the links for an Otterbox case if you want a case for your iPhone X, your iPhone XR, iPhone XS, or iPhone 11. Again, these cases are extremely durable, and I recommend that you get one if you drop yours a lot, or just want a case with a lot of protection. Leave a like or comment if you already have one, or got a new one, and tell us what you think!
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Totalee is a company that makes phone cases for iPhones, Google Pixels, and Galaxy phones. They specialize in making very high-quality products that look super nice. They make super-thin phone cases for iPhone X up to the iPhone 11 Pro Max. They offer clear phone cases for the people who like the look of their phone, but still want it to be protected. They also offer cases with a matte finish, and for some of the newer iPhones, they sell leather cases too. These cases sell for $35 for transparent and matte finishes and $45 for leather cases.
Along with high-quality phone cases, Totallee also sells premium screen protectors. According to their website, they offer "An edge to edge, tempered glass screen protector that covers your whole screen." These screen protectors are selling for $29 at totalleecases.com. They also sell a wireless charger, a wireless car charger, a phone ring grip and an iPhone charging cable. All of these products are extremely high quality.
I seriously recommend that you go to totalleecases.com and pick up some iPhone gear for yourself. I personally bought a clear case for my red iPhone XR, and love how it feels and looks. The case has a nice grip to it, and it makes my phone look really good. If you are in the market for a new phone case I would recommend Totallee to all of you. Their website is great looking and extremely easy to use.
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The Logitech Slim Folio Pro is a relatively cheap keyboard for the iPad Pro. This keyboard is cheaper than both the Brydge Pro keyboard, and the new Smart Keyboard Folio. Today, we will go over the price and features that this keyboad offers.
This keyboard is a lot cheaper than some alternatives. The Brydge Pro keyboard starts at $149.99, and the new Apple Smart Keyboard Folio starts at $179.99. We will get to the price of the Logitech Slim Folio Pro at the end of this article, so make sure to read until the end. Not only is this keyboard cheaper, but it also has some features that could make a lot of people perfer this keybaord over others.
The Logitech Slim Folio Pro keyboard has a lot of speical buttons on the very front just like the Brydge Pro. These buttons include home, lock, brightness, lock, power, bluetooth and more. This makes it a lot easier to access different featuers on your iPad. I really like this feature when I am using my Brydge Pro, so I assume that it will work very well.
This keyboard also has a little flap that covers your Apple Pencil if you have one. This is nice, because none of the other keyboards that we have looked at have one of these. If you own an iPad, you know that you are worrying about losing your Apple Pencil. This feature is very nice, and helps to reassure users
Ok, now for the price. This keyboard costs $110.39 for the 11 inch version, and you can get it here, or the 12.9 inch version for $97.99 here. (I’m not really sure about the price, that’s just what it said). I really hope that you guys enjoyed this article. If you did, please like it and and leave a comment if you want to give us any advice.
I know that we have already looked at Brydge Keyboards, but today we are going to be looking at the Brydge Pro Plus. This keyboard from Brydge has not been released yet, and is expected to ship sometime in mid April. There are some exciting new features to look forward to in this upgrade of the Brydge Pro Keyboard.
Obviously, the main feature in this keyboard is the trackpad. This is the first keyboard that Brydge has produced that has a keyboard in the device. This was helped out a lot with the addition of iPadOS 13.4, which, if you want to learn more about, click here. This keyboard is actually two different devices, a keyboard and a trackpad, but when you connect it to your iPad via Bluetooth, it will show up as just one feature.
As I mentioned previously, this keyboard features a multi-touch trackpad. On the Brydge website, they have gestures that are set into the trackpad to help you navigate your iPad better. You can view your App Expose by tapping two fingers, you can also access the home screen by tapping once in a bottom corner. One other gesture is that you can bring up your dock with a three finger tap on the screen, which is very convenient.
Just like the previous model this keyboard offers 180 degrees of different viewing angles. Unfortunately, you still can not fold it all the way back like you can with Apple’s keyboards. It has backlit keys, which the old model had as well, but is still very nice. The keyboard has Bluetooth 4.1 Connectivity and a three month battery life.
The USB-C charging port is still on the bottom right of the keyboard, which is kind of a weird place. I would have liked if it was closer to the top, but it’s not that big of a deal. This keyboard comes in two sizes, 11 inches and 12.9 inches, which are specifically made for the 2018 and 2020 iPad Pro’s. The 11 inch model is available for pre-order for $199.99 and the 12.9 inch model is also available for pre-order for $229.99. If you are interested in purchasing one of these keyboards, you can get one using this link.
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When Apple released the new 2020 iPad Pro, they also released a new Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro. This news was surprising, because Apple had just released the new Smart Keyboard Folio recently. We have already done a review on the Smart Keyboard Folio, so check that out if you are interested.
The new Magic Keyboard has a lot of features that a lot of iPad users will be very excited about. For the first time ever, an iPad keyboard will feature a trackpad. The trackpad will allow users to be a lot more productive on their iPad, and even use it like a MacBook, or other computer. One of the great things about this keyboard is that it will also be compatible with the 2018 iPad Pro, so you can still get this keyboard even if you don’t want to upgrade and buy the 2020 iPad Pro.
Another feature that apple has added to this keyboard is the Magic Keyboard itself. The old versions of the iPad keyboards have had keys that honestly feel kind of mushy, and not so great to type on. This keyboard is coming with the Magic Keyboard, which Apple has placed on their new MacBook Air, and on last year's model of the iPad Pro. For example, the old keyboard on MacBooks had .7mm of travel, which made them feel kind of mushy, but the Magic Keyboards only have .3mm of travel, which will allow the user to type softer, and more efficiently.
One more cool feature that is on this new case is that there is actually a charging port built into the case. There is a USB-C cable port in the back of the case, where you can charge the case. Because there is a trackpad, and backlit keys in this keyboard, it has to be charged. The cool thing about this charging port is that if you plug it in there, it not only charges the keyboard, but it will also charge your iPad at the same time.
The Magic Keyboard case has one more noticeable difference that makes it stand out from all of Apple’s previous keyboards. The iPad will actually be floating above the keyboard, once the magnets in the iPad connect to the case. It is also adjustable and allows the user to have multiple viewing angles, which is a lot better than just two viewing angles in older keyboards. I am really excited for this keyboard to come out in May. Apple has not released an official date that it will come out, but we will keep you posted when they do. Even though there is not an official release date, Apple has released the prices. The 11 inch version will sell for $299, and the 12.9 inch version will sell for $349. I hope you guys liked this post. If you did, like it and leave a comment.
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The Brydge Pro Keyboard is an amazing addition to your iPad. Brydge provides keyboards and screen protectors for almost every generation of iPad. Their most current version, the Brydge Keyboard, will make your iPad feel like a more portable MacBook. The keys are a perfect rendition of Apples keyboards, and they feel amazing to type on. It has a control row on the top that allows you to go home, lock the iPad, turn on the back lit keys, adjust brightness, pull up an on-screen keyboard, fast forward, rewind, and pause, adjust volume, and then check battery, Bluetooth, and turning it on and off. It also has a Siri button in the bottom left corner that is very handy when you need it.
Connecting the Brydge Pro to the iPad is very simple. Just hit the power button, hit the Bluetooth button, and it should appear underneath Bluetooth in Setting, and, there you go, it’s connected. Even though it feels amazing, there are a couple of downsides to the Brydge Keyboard. It is really heavy, and you can expect it to double the weight of your iPad. The keys are also sometimes not very responsive, and it may feel like you have to push down really hard on the keys for it to register. Also, if you haven’t used it for a while, it will turn off. All you have to do to turn it back on is tap a key a couple of times. You can buy the Brydge Pro 12.9 Inch using this link, or the Brydge Pro 11 Inch using this link.
The Brydge Keyboard is a generally very reliable keyboard that I really enjoy using. I would recommend it to anyone who has to do a lot of typing on their iPad, or anyone who just wants to turn their iPad into more of a MacBook. If you pick one up, make sure to eMail me or leave a comment telling me if you enjoy it.
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