Apple Smart Keyboard For 10.5″ iPad Pro For Just $79.50

Apple Smart Keyboard For 10.5″ iPad Pro For Just $79.50

Apple Smart Keyboard for 10.5″ iPad pro for just $79.50 shipped from Amazon after $64 price drop. This was selling for $143 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon. This has great 4.4 star ratings!

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Apple Smart Keyboard For 10.5″ iPad Pro Features

The Smart Keyboard combines advanced technologies to create a keyboard like no other. It’s a full-size keyboard that’s fully portable, and it connects to iPad Pro with the Smart Connector. Just attach the Smart Keyboard and start typing. And when you’re done, it folds to create a slim, lightweight cover.

  • Unfold the full-size Smart Keyboard when you need it, then fold it to create a durable and lightweight cover when you don’t.
  • No need for batteries or pairing.
  • It’s just as easy to use as it is to take with you.

Apple Smart Keyboard: get the deal here.

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