Brydge Pro Keyboard for 12.9 iPad Pro (Review)

Let’s review the Brydge Pro Keyboard that works with the either the 2018 12.9 Pad Pro as well as the 2018 11 iPad Pro.
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1:10 – Apps I use
1:40 – Brydge Features
2:50 – Retail Packaging
3:07 – First Time Setup
3:20 – Typing Experience
4:20 – iOS Keyboard Shortcuts
5:15 – Is it worth it
6:28 – Comparison w/Apple Smart Folio & Logitech Slim Folio

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Brydge Pro
11-inch: (Amazon Affiliate)
12.9-inch: (Amazon Affiliate)

Logitech Slim Folio:

Apple Smart Keyboard Folio
Apple Pencil:
Satechi R1 Hinge Stand:

As someone who loves to work from my 2018 iPad Pro, I am always on the lookout for the best accessories that will both improve my workflow and enhance my productivity.

I’ve been a longtime user of Apple’s Smart Folio Keyboard for the 12.9 iPad Pro (and before as the Smart Keyboard Case for the 10.5 iPad Pro) and dipped my toe into the proverbial water with the Logitech Slim Folio Pro.

Now, I am putting the Brydge Pro to the test with it’s laptop-like build quality; it really does trick me into thinking I’m using my MacBook Pro with its all-aluminum body.

Since the brydge keyboard is priced between the Smart Folio Keyboard from Apple and the Slim Folio Pro from Logitech at $169, in this video I review the the brydge pro keyboard as a standalone product (as used with the 2018 12.9 iPad Pro) and compare it against the Smart Keyboard Folio from Apple and more than Slim Folio Pro from Logitech.


iOS Keyboard Shortcuts (Initial Update on June 3)


Undo – Command + Z
Cut – Command + X
Copy – Command + C
Paste – Command + V
Underline – Command + U
Italic – Command + I
Show Dock – Command + Option + D
Switch Apps – Command + Tab
Show Home Screen – Command + H
Search – Command + Space
Language Picker – Ctrl + Shift + Space


New tab – Command + T
Close tab – Command + W
Switch tabs – Command + 1 (2, 3, etc.)
Top of page – Command + up arrow
Bottom of page – Command + down arrow
Find – Command + F
Reader mode – Command + Shift + R
Add bookmark – Command + T
History – Command + Y


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