With Apple’s iPadOS 13.4 bringing trackpad support to the operating system, it was just a matter of time before third-party accessory manufacturers created new keyboards with a touchpad. Logitech with its Combo Touch keyboard cases turned out to be the first. Logitech’s Combo Touch folios are full-sized keyboards designed for iPads, so they have all the iPadOS shortcut keys, a touchpad that supports all the gestures the operating system does (including swipe, scroll, switch apps, pinch, double-tap, and more), and has a kickstand supporting various angles. The keyboards use 18 mm keys featuring a scissor mechanism with a 1 mm travel distance and backlighting, so from this standpoint the Combo Touch behave exactly like Apple’s latest Magic Keyboards. Logitech’s keyboard cases can work with the...
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