Logitech reported the Folio Touch, another console case for the 11-inch iPad Pro model (both the 2018 and 2020 renditions). It’s an increasingly reasonable option in contrast to Apple’s Magic Keyboard and is like the Logitech Combo Touch for prior iPad models.
The case includes a foldable console with a full line of alternate route keys for iPadOS, which are eminently absent from the Magic Keyboard. The keys are illuminated and alter their brilliance dependent on surrounding lighting. The Folio incorporates a touchpad too, which underpins multi-finger signals, including swipe, parchment, squeeze, and twofold tap.
The kickstand is customizable, inclining up to 40 degrees, and you can crease the console behind the rear of the iPad (something you can’t do with the Magic Keyboard). You can utilize an associated iPad in four modes, contingent upon the iPad’s edge and the situation of the console: composing, seeing, drawing, and perusing.
The Folio Touch interfaces with the iPad Pro by means of Apple’s Smart Connector, which is incorporated with the side of the tablet. That implies the two gadgets will combine naturally (no compelling reason to dink around with Bluetooth) and you won’t have to charge the Folio independently — it draws power from the iPad.
The Folio Touch in “sketch mode.” Image: Logitech
The Folio Touch will be accessible at some point in July 2020 for $160. You’ll have the option to get it from Logitech and Apple.
On the off chance that you’d prefer to find out about Logitech’s consoles, look at our audit of the Combo Touch for the 10.2-inch iPad, third-age iPad Air, and 10.5-inch iPad Pro