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Jul 15, 2016 06:11 AM EDT

‘iPad Pro’ Mechanical Keyboard Case Is Now Excellent For Typing and Gaming Experience

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Razer, the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware and software, made it known to the public the whole new ultra-low-profile mechanical switch, designed for the first mechanical keyboard case for the "iPad Pro."

Razer company made a sudden twist instead of offering the hardware to the mobile crowd. The mechanical keyboard is excellent for typing and gaming experience, and the Razer Mechanical Keyboard Case for "iPad Pro" is coming in a hyperthin package, based on the report of Tech Times.

The PC game company claimed that it is a new evolution in the world of mechanical keyboards, in which, the company is famous for their longer-lasting keys that also gathered better feedback. Razer Mechanical Keyboard Case is available now for $170 on Razer's website, Venture Beat reported.

Razer chief executive Min-Liang Tan said in a statement, that they are commonly regarded as a firm that makes phenomenal products for gamers, but to design the very best products, they have had to innovate from the ground up.

The chief executive also said that they are excited about the potential of their ultra-low-profile mechanical switch and the company is looking forward to explore other applications in addition to the mechanical keyboard they have designed for the "iPad Pro," according to Razer Zone.

The "iPad Pro's" new Mechanical Keyboard Case is an all-matte-black affair, with a 12.9-inch detachable polycarbonate case wrapping around a person's "iPad." The case also had a metal kickstand that supports a person while typing.

Other than that, the Razer keyboard can be connected via Bluetooth, and it has a 10 hour battery life, with the backlight at maximum or 600 hours without it, based on the report of The Verge.

Besides "iPad Pro," Razer also plans to expand the use of the Mechanical Keyboard Case on other keyboard products. The case offers a typing experience on a tablet with a price of $169.

While waiting for the keyboard case, watch the "iPad Pro" video here:

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