I will start this review with an admission. I like the new MacBook Pro keyboard. It took me a few minutes to get accustomed to it but I was quickly reached my normal 110wpm speed. I use a membrane on top of the keyboard to protect it but I will say that I’ve been burned by the space bar and the Y key not working correctly.Read More
Brydge has been designing keyboards for iPads for quite a while, so it wasn’t surprising to see that they were one of the few accessory manufacturers to release a new keyboard for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro. In this Apple World Today review, I’ll take a detailed look at the US$139.99 Brydge 10.5 Keyboard.Read More
Brydge makes some pretty impressive iPad keyboard cases. In the past, we have reviewed the Brydge Air and Brydge Mini, both of which received top ratings (the Mini actually picked up a "Top Pick of 2015" award). We like their products a lot, and so it brings us a lot of pleasure to pass along deals from Brydge.Read More
The announcements are coming fast and furious from CES 2016, and one of them will be great news to owners of the iPad Pro or iPad mini 4. Brydge has launched the $189 BrydgePro for iPad Pro as well as the $99 BrydgeMini for iPad mini 4. Like the other keyboards from Brydge, these new models feature three-month rechargeable batteries, work through Bluetooth, and have a multi-angle hinge to allow for comfortable viewing.Read More
One of the toughest assignments for an iPad keyboard manufacturer to face is trying to make a keyboard for the iPad mini. The tiny tablet usually forces designers to cram keys too close together, move seldom-used keys to unfamiliar locations, or even make the keyboard case larger than the mini in order to accommodate the keys. When Brydge asked if I'd like to review the new Brydge for iPad mini 1, 2 & 3 (US$129.99, affiliate link), I jumped at the chance since I was impressed with their BrydgeAir Keyboard for iPad Air 1 & 2. Let's take a look and see how the smaller sibling of that 5-star keyboard case fares.