Apple's iPad Pro 11 Magic Keyboard drops to a lower than ever price

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Apple's iPad Pro 11 Magic Keyboard drops to a lower than ever price
Whether or not Apple will end up equipping its next iPad Pro generation with that groundbreaking miniLED display technology that's been making the rumor rounds for more than a year now, 2021's 11 and 12.9-inch powerhouses seem unlikely to change much about the general design language of their 2020-released forerunners.

That means the third-gen iPad Pro 11, for instance, will probably work just fine with the same exact official accessories as the second-gen model. Apple's own Magic Keyboard is undoubtedly the best productivity-enhancing companion you could ever buy for your iPad Pro 11 (2020) unit, or for that matter, even the first-gen 11-incher, and if you hurry, Walmart will let you save a whopping 100 bucks, no questions asked.

Apple Magic Keyboard

11-inch iPad Pro (1st and 2nd Generation) Compatibility
$299 99
Buy at Walmart

Yes, ladies and gents, the prohibitively priced keyboard case is cheaper than ever at the time of this writing in its 11-inch slate-friendly variant, fetching $199 instead of $299.99 in brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged condition. While this massive discount still doesn't make the first-party iPad Pro 11 Magic Keyboard as affordable as a number of third-party options out there, including the Logitech Slim Folio Pro, you may well regret snubbing Walmart's latest deal if you go down that path.

To our knowledge, the keyboard has never dropped in price this much, and if the third-gen iPad Pro 11 will indeed look identical to its predecessor on the outside, something tells us you'll have to wait a long time to see the promotion revived once it inevitably expires.

Keep in mind that this bad boy is what they call a "full-size" keyboard with a trackpad and everything, not to mention backlighting, as well as both front and back tablet protection, a modern USB-C port for charging, "smooth angle" adjustability, and although Walmart neglects to list this important detail on its website, official support for last year's iPad Air in addition to the two 11-inch iPad Pros released so far.

Oh, and in case you're wondering, Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro-friendly Magic Keyboard is tragically still listed at its arguably excessive $349 MSRP right now.

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