Logitech’s improved Combo Contact keyboard will likely be obtainable for the fourth-gen iPad Air in July

Logitech is releasing a model of its Combo Contact keyboard case, which has a Microsoft Floor-style kickstand and a removable keyboard with an built-in trackpad, for the fourth-generation iPad Air. The case will value $199.99, making it $100 cheaper than Apple’s Magic Keyboard that matches the iPad Air, and it is going to be obtainable in July.

The Combo Contact’s keyboard is powered by the iPad’s Good Connector, which means that you just gained’t have to cost up the keyboard by itself, and it gives backlit keys and iPadOS shortcut keys. The case additionally a helpful open spot on the prime the place you possibly can retailer a second-gen Apple Pencil, which attaches magnetically to the iPad.

This case’s design may really feel acquainted — it seems almost similar to the Combo Contact instances that have been lately launched for the 2021 iPad Execs. It additionally looks like it is going to be an improve from the model of the Combo Contact that matches the third-generation iPad Air — and my colleague Phil Esposito already favored that case so much.

Talking of the Combo Contact for the iPad Execs, Logitech can be introducing a brand new “sand” shade (I’d describe it as a lightweight grey) that can even be obtainable in July.


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