Logitech announced the Folio Touch, a new keyboard case for the 11-inch iPad Pro model (versions 2018 and 2020). It's a cheaper alternative to Apple's Magic Keyboard and is similar to the Logitech Combo Touch for previous iPad models.
The case has a foldable keyboard with a full range of key combinations for iPadOS, which are particularly missing on the Magic keyboard. The buttons are illuminated and adapt their brightness to the ambient lighting. The folio also includes a touchpad that supports multi-finger gestures, including swiping, scrolling, pinching, and double-tapping.
The stand is adjustable and can be tilted up to 40 degrees. You can flip the keyboard behind the back of the iPad (something you can't do with the Magic keyboard). You can use a connected iPad in four modes, depending on the angle of the iPad and the position of the keyboard: typing, viewing, sketching, and reading.
The Folio Touch is connected to the iPad Pro via Apple's Smart Connector, which is integrated on the side of the tablet. This means that the two devices are automatically paired (you don't have to mess around with Bluetooth) and you don't have to charge the folio separately – it is powered by the iPad.
The Folio Touch in "sketch mode".
The Folio Touch will be available sometime in July 2020 for $ 160. You can get it from Logitech and Apple.
To learn more about Logitech keyboards, check out our Combo Touch review for the 10.2-inch iPad, the third-generation iPad Air, and the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.