The all‑new Magic Keyboard features a trackpad that opens up new ways to work with iPadOS. Apple has a deserved reputation for painstaking attention to detail and innovative design. It did both with the Magic Keyboard. But we're not talking about an art object. This is an accessory for working iPad Pro, and a costly one at that.
Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable's commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. Can you think of the last time you upgraded your keyboard? After all, why would you even need to? The keyboard that came with your computer is perfectly okay.
If you are still tangled up in wires at your home or office, it's time to cut the cord. Those unsightly wires are a nuisance and an eyesore. Wireless technology is the new norm. Consider your basic computer setup. You can opt to go wireless with your monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, headset, and even printer.
Folding Bluetooth keyboards solve a problem with virtually every tablet and smartphone out there: Their on-screen keyboards all kind of suck. Sure, some tablets are large enough to provide users with a full-sized keyboard, but a lack of tactile feedback and key travel still make for a crummy typing experience over time. And while tablet keyboard covers or cases exist, many of them work only with a specific model, and can be prohibitively expensive. A folding Bluetooth keyboard can be used with multiple devices and can be a different size than the tablet or smartphone they're paired with. And when you're finished typing, you can fold them up into a very small and easily stowed item.