Razer Mechanical Keyboard Case for iPad Pro

Discussion in 'Keyboards' started by Razer.WolfPack, Jul 14, 2016.

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  1. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Administrator Staff Member


    Experience on-the-go productivity the way it should have been all along—meet the World's First Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical Switches designed for mobile devices, the Razer Mechanical Keyboard Case for Apple iPad Pro: http://rzr.to/ipadmechcase

    No more tapping on glass screens or flat surface mobile keyboards. We’re bringing the true desktop grade, tactile typing experience with revolutionary Razer-designed mechanical switch technology which is slim enough to fit tablet devices. And that’s just the start.

    About our revolutionary Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical Switches


    With our experience in designing mechanical switches for gaming and our own dedicated production line – we’re excited to introduce that clicky, tactile feel PC users are used to for mobile devices with our innovative low profile mechanical switch. Typing will never be the same again for mobile users.

    Feel the Difference today: http://rzr.to/ipadmechcase

    Want to hear it?
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  2. jhiandaneshxd

    jhiandaneshxd New Member

    i wish you made the deathstalker a mechanical keyboard :heart:
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  3. MadXSVI

    MadXSVI New Member

    Noiiiice, thing is I don't have an iPad but my sister does. Gonna recommend this for her
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  4. AStoddard

    AStoddard New Member

    I would buy an iPad if I got one of these.
    Also, this would be a huge improvement if something similar was made for the Microsoft Surface
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  5. This isn't exactly anything good. The iPad Pro doesn't need a $170 keyboard for typing...There are much cheaper alternatives and generally people aren't using their ipad as a laptop most of the time. Oh well, cool nontheless I guess
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  6. WyvernVin

    WyvernVin New Member

    And i wish the Anansi was mechanical ...nice product for the iPad tho!
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  7. harule

    harule New Member

    Will it chroma? that is the question...
    just kidding

    very interesting though
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  8. Gohrek

    Gohrek New Member

    It must have been a pain for the development team to get a mechanical switch that low profile. Well done, guys.
  9. DieselLag

    DieselLag Active Member

    I would buy an ipad pro just for this keyboard
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  10. Wheatvalleysmart413

    Wheatvalleysmart413 New Member

    This seems so sick
  11. Predator5

    Predator5 Well-Known Member

    Deathstalker V2 inbound :D
  12. Clickophobia

    Clickophobia Member

    Very nice! Just about to receive my Ipad pro this coming August! Really wondering if they will end up releasing an updated version of the Deathstalker with this type of switch instead?
  13. TheRabidWookiee

    TheRabidWookiee New Member

    Make this for the Surface! Please!
  14. BaccaBoss2

    BaccaBoss2 Active Member

    Is this keyboard for the 12.9 Inch or 9.7 Inch iPad pro?
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  15. kushal

    kushal Member Staff Member

    its for the iPad Pro 12.9 inch
  16. Razer.WolfPack

    Razer.WolfPack Administrator Staff Member

    Its not Chroma but it has backlight illumination for typing in low light conditions
  17. Norita_Jun

    Norita_Jun New Member

    I always asked for chiclet style mechanical keyboards to Razer, and now it's becoming true. Now, next step is whether Razer will release mechanical version of Deathstalker, or maybe slim version of Blackwidow...
  18. holja

    holja Member

    Hopefully Razer will integrate this into the next gen Blade and Stealth.
  19. Yumingtan22

    Yumingtan22 New Member

    wow i love it
  20. Overtask

    Overtask Well-Known Member

    I do actually have a 13" iPad Pro, may consider this, although ordinarily I use my iPad for watching films and such and not really much typing. I do think it is a good idea that Razer is expanding their horizons.

    Edit: At £160 I do question if the price justifies the product and how many would be willing to pay that much given that the Apple keyboard that uses the smart connector to remain charged and connected costs £139.

    At this point the question is would you pay another £21 to gain mechanical switches and lose the smart connector? I would argue that most people wouldn't actually care about mechanical switches on an iPad as you won't be doing any extended typing nor would you be playing any games that utilise the keyboard. Meaning given the quality of life aspect of the smart connector makes the Apple made keyboard the better option for the majority of individuals.

    However, the technological developments behind the thin mechanical switches are most certainly welcomed.
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2016
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