10 apps to turn your iPad into a productivity wonder 1:19 Watch Now Since I primarily use Chromebooks to get work done, an iPad has not been an essential device in my arsenal. A couple of new products from Logitech significantly increase the capability of my sub-$300 2019 Apple iPad and it may take on a more prominent role in my mobile toolset. Featured stories Home office technology will need to evolve in the new work normal Microsoft: We were wrong about open source, but luckily you can change I went to a 50-person Zoom party and I may never recover Face masks for businesses and professionals: Where to buy online ZDNet’s Jason Cipriani recently posted his review of the new $299/$350 Apple Magic Keyboard that is available now for iPad Pro models. The new Logitech Combo Touch keyboard is available for $149.99 in two configurations. The one I tested is for the 7th generation Apple iPad and another is available for the 3rd generation iPad Air or iPad Pro 10.5 inch tablet.Also: Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro review: More productivity, but at a price Logitech also sent along its Pebble i345 mouse designed specifically for all iPad models. It’s… Read full this story
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