Brydge Pro for iPad Pro Review – Better Than Apple's Smart Keyboard Folio



Leo Laporte reviews the Brydge Pro Keyboard. Cheaper than Apple’s Smart Keyboard Folio, this wireless Bluetooth keyboard for the 2018 iPad Pro 11″ and 12.9″ blurs the line between MacBook and iPad with a hinge design and features backlit keys, 180-degree viewing angles, and 20-hour charge.
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31 thoughts on “Brydge Pro for iPad Pro Review – Better Than Apple's Smart Keyboard Folio

  1. What an excellent overview on this. This guy is like a pro, the way he talks and presents is fixating somehow, but still very natural and smooth

  2. This keyboard is expensive and was a long time in design and production so would be perfect. It is not!

    The top row of function keys are not very thought out. The typing experience is ok, if not a little clunky! It offers virtually no protection! The rubber inlays frequently become separated from the mechanism when detaching the iPad and the keyboard does not lay flush with the iPad.

    That having been said, it is still the best option out there, unless portability is your priority, then Apples Smart Keyboard wins.

  3. You want an Ipad to replace your computer due to design, light weight and you got just that, and now you want keyboard. Hahaha

    What's happening on earth?

    Lol okay enough. I want this keyboard too lol

  4. probably the reason brudge doesn't use the smart connector is because Apple would want to be paid royalty for every purchase of their keyboard.

  5. Too much wobble and doesn’t look good for the iPad in the long run with those hinges. Best keyboard to go with right now is by far the Logitech Slim Folio Pro.

  6. It’s a great keyboard, and I loved it for the two days it worked. In just a few data the Home key stopped working, then the Cmc-tab, spec-tab and other useful combinations. I don’t get the use of the ‘a’ key anymore, nor do I have use of other keys on the left side. I immediately contacted tech support. In a couple of days I got an email from the CEO. Or from a tech guy wanting to make the company appear to be consumer-centric. Their asked me to send them a video so they could “problem solve.” Silly me, I thought that was what returns are for. I sent the video – twice, but they must not have liked it. It is five days later and I haven’t heard Butkus.

  7. I’m typing on the Brydge, connected to my 2019 Apple iPad Pro 12.9”, to write this comment.

    I DO love the keyboard, especially the backlit keys!

    But, DAMN is it ever heavy!! I’m not completely sure, but it may weigh as much as a laptop, now. Even if I’m wrong, the fact that I’m even thinking it shows how much weight it adds to my iPad Pro.

    One of the reasons I got the new iPad Pro was BECAUSE of it’s lighter weight, compared to my IPad Pro 12.9” model before it (which my wife took over). I know the specs say just 1.5 ounces difference. It really does seem like more.

  8. some rumors ipad might get mouse support. would really suck if that was added in iOS 13 and you just got this product, which has a lot of room for a track pad lol

  9. Dude, show your viewers not your tricks in selling.. make it better, maybe then they will by your commercial stuff

  10. Lol, you review looks like a QVC session 🙂
    I would never use this due to the added weight.
    Make one with no battery. Just use the iPads 10 hour battery.

  11. I believe and iPad Maxi and MacBook Pro are very different devices, pitched to somewhat audiences. For me, the main problem with the Brydge keyboard is as heavy a MacBook Pro.

  12. Like it but one of the brightness keys is already broken. Had it a few weeks. Will keep using it but expect more wear/problems to come soon. Oh well, nothing better yet.

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