5 Best Apple iPad 10th Gen Cases With Keyboards

Apple’s line of iPad doubles up as a mini workstation and it’s no different for the new 10.9-inch iPad 10th Generation. The new Apple 10.9-inch iPad 10th Generation brings a bigger screen, USB-C charging, and an A14 Bionic chip. It works best when paired with a keyboard case. So, if you want to get some serious work on your iPad, here are the best Apple iPad 10th Gen cases with keyboards.

Best Apple iPad 10th Gen Case With Keyboard

Apart from letting you type comfortably on iPad, the case also prevents ugly marks and scratches.

With that in mind, here are the best iPad 10th Gen cases with keyboards. But before we get to them, check out the following:

1. Juqitech Backlit-Keyboard Case

Apple accessories generally tend to be on the expensive side. However, that’s not the case with the Juqitech keyboard case. It’s one of the affordable folio cases. The magnetic keyboard is detachable, and that gives you the flexibility to use it only when you need it. So, at times, when you need to convert your iPad into a mini workstation, you just need to snap on the keyboard.

It works via Bluetooth and connects automatically each time you snap it on. All you need to do is to make sure to charge it from time to time. The company ships two charging cables, and it takes just a couple of hours to refuel.

The keys are comfortable to type, you won’t get comfort like with the official case from Apple. But for the price, it’s a pretty good deal.

Interestingly, this keyboard is backlit. You can cycle between 7 colors. This backlit keyboard is usable with your iPad in dark. The keyboard is well-made with a reversible keyboard case, which you can fold back to prop it up.

2. COO Keyboard Case for iPad 10th Generation

If you want a simple black keyboard case for the 10.9-inch 10th-Gen iPad, then the COO Keyboard Case is a good buy. The case is a mixture of faux leather and TPU. The faux leather gives it a premium look. The case also bundles a dedicated slot for the 1st Gen Apple Pencil.

So if you often use a mix of keyboard and pencil to get your work done, this slot comes in handy. Like the one above, it’s a Bluetooth keyboard, and you will need to pair it with your iPad. The keyboard is detachable, and you can snap it off when you do not need it. This way, the screen will stay protected from ugly marks and scratches. At the same time, the TPU bumper provides additional grip.

Again, the tri-fold-like design means you can prop it up at different angles. It’s worth noting that the company packs a dedicated row of function keys and number keys. At the same time, the space bar is wide. Even though the keys are tightly packed, you can get your work done.

3. TQQ iPad 10th Gen Case with Keyboard

The TQQ iPad 10th Gen case with keyboard is similar to the COO case and brings home a reversible design with a detachable keyboard. Like the one above, it connects via Bluetooth. However, you can choose between four colors to match your 10th Gen iPad.

It is a folio case and also doubles as a kickstand whenever needed. The battery life is decent, and you will get close to 80 hours on a full charge.

It’s a sturdy lightweight case and doesn’t add much bulk to the overall build of the iPad. However, the keyboard’s magnet is a little weak, and the keyboard may slip at times. That said, it’s affordable. The folio and the raised bumpers give good protection to the iPad.

4. ESR Rebound Magnetic Keyboard Case

The ESR Rebound is more expensive than the ones above, and it brings a slew of functional features to the table. Unlike the ones above, it doesn’t have a tri-fold design. Instead, it has a cantilever-like design. The keyboard is well-made and durable. In fact, several users have commented about its comfort factor. The keys are responsive and bring a premium experience to the table.

The best part is that the magnets are string and hold the iPad 10th Gen in place without breaking a sweat. It gives you the flexibility to walk around with your iPad in the case without worrying about it falling off. And yes, there’s a row of shortcut buttons at the top. Do you need to control the screen’s brightness, a simple flick of the keys will do the job. Cool, right?

Like some of its counterparts above, the ESR Rebound case for the iPad 10th Gen comes with backlit keys. And you can tweak the key brightness as per your liking. The connection is spot-on, and you can get some serious work done by just snapping it in place (assuming you have already connected it).

So far, this ESR case has climbed up the popularity ladder, with users loving the connection, strong magnets, and comfort. If you want a premium experience and do not want to invest (yet) in an Apple product, this keyboard case for the 10th Gen iPad is the perfect middle ground.

5. Apple Magic Keyboard Folio

If you want to stay in the Apple ecosystem, the Apple Magic Keyboard Folio is a no-nonsense pick. It does away with the business of Bluetooth connection. Instead, you can connect directly via the 3-magnetic pins. Thanks to it, you can do away with the business of charging it.

As for the keyboard, it comes with a dedicated row of function keys. And as you may have guessed, the keys are immensely comfortable to type. It’s compact and yet provides a comfortable typing experience. The folks at Digital Trends tested this keyboard case and found that they could reach over 90 words per minute. Now, that’s something, right?

However, it’s not much of a protective case. While the front flap will cover the screen, the open design means that the bumpers stay open to the risk of scratches and drops.

The Keyboard Folio is a detachable case, and you can leave out the keyboard when you do not need it. While it gives you the flexibility of not having to take the keyboard around, you will need a dedicated cover, if you are someone like me who is paranoid about their iPad. The Apple Keyboard Folio is the one for you if you are strictly looking for a keyboard case.

Type Away

These were some of the best Apple iPad 10th Gen keyboard cases you can buy. A good case with a keyboard gets your work done with minimum fuss. If you are looking for serious work, the ESR Rebound and the Apple Folio are your best bet. But if you need a keyboard occasionally, the ones by COO and Juqitech are good options.

Last updated on 15 December, 2022

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