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Brydge 11.0 Pro+ Wireless Keyboard w/ Trackpad for iPad Pro 11" (Space Gray) EXPIRED

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thePruneDanish via Amazon has Brydge 11.0 Pro+ Wireless Keyboard w/ Trackpad for iPad Pro 11" (Space Gray, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Gen) for $69.99 after applying promo code BRYDGE11 at checkout. Shipping is free.

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Product Features:
  • Fits the iPad Pro 11-inch – 1st (2018), 2nd (2020) and 3rd (2021) Generation models only
  • Engineered from machined aluminum
  • Weight 24.2 ounces
  • Features a multi-touch trackpad, versatile viewing angles, tactile typing, and adjustable backlit keys
  • Battery life:
    • Without backlight: Up to ~270 hours (based on 2 hours use per day for 3 months)
    • With backlight: Up to 20 hours.
  • Rechargeable via USB-C cable

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thePruneDanish via Amazon [amazon.com] has the Brydge 11.0 Pro+ Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad for iPad Pro 11-inch for $92.95 - $22.96 with code code BRYDGE11 = $69.99. Shipping is free.
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These permanently damages your display foil and you'll have weird white spots near the clamps after a few months. Denied warranty by Apple and I don't blame them, it was my damn fault. There should be a class action law suit on them.
These clamp designs are terrible idea. You cannot apply constant pressure without damaging the LCD screen.

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Thanks. I was hoping for a decent price on an apple alternative, and hoping that the Up to "3 month battery life" acually holds up with everyday use.
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Will this work with the new 11in base iPad as well?
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I will bite if they introduce ESC key. I'm using expensive 12.9 magic keyboard and feel disappointed about the keyboard layout (I know, there is no space for an extra row)
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I have a smaller version of this, BRY8002. Nice keyboard, I think I paid almost $100 for mine. Negatives: Really tough to detach the keyboard. Bluetooth occasionally disconnects and it is a process to get it to connect again.
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I had the 12.9" version of this a few years back and really liked it. I'm going to get this one for my newer 11" iPad at this price.
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Good deal. Thanks!
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Great timing ! Just received my new iPad Pro 11
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Well doesn't hurt to try it out, magic keyboard is still too expensive
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These permanently damages your display foil and you'll have weird white spots near the clamps after a few months. Denied warranty by Apple and I don't blame them, it was my damn fault. There should be a class action law suit on them.
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FYI, the Command Key + "." (period) get you ESC on the Magic Keyboard (not ideal but an option).
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I will bite if they introduce ESC key. I'm using expensive 12.9 magic keyboard and feel disappointed about the keyboard layout (I know, there is no space for an extra row
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FYI, the Command Key + "." (period) get you ESC on the Magic Keyboard (not ideal but an option).
I remapped caps lock as ctrl, and use ctrl + [ to get ESC.
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These permanently damages your display foil and you'll have weird white spots near the clamps after a few months. Denied warranty by Apple and I don't blame them, it was my damn fault. There should be a class action law suit on them.
Can you elaborate on that? Is it caused by excessive force constantly pressing on those two corners?
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These clamp designs are terrible idea. You cannot apply constant pressure without damaging the LCD screen.
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