The new Alienware Area-51m is a next-gen gaming laptop that brings the classic back with exciting new features including desktop overclocking options and major upgradability. That’s right, this new Area-51m allows you to upgrade the GPU and the CPU to extend the life of your portable gaming powerhouse and get the best performance out of your laptop even after day one.
As one of the pioneers in gaming laptops, it would be easy for Alienware to sit back and deliver a spec update and a few more LEDs, but that’s not the case. The new Area-51m is designed from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s gamers and to pack in the tech needed to meet your gaming needs tomorrow as well.
With a striking new design that comes out of Alienware’s new “Legend” design language, this laptop looks the part and backs it up with the discrete NVIDIA GeF0rce RTX GPU options an 9th Gen Intel Core i7 and Core i9 processors. Gamers can take things further with the Alienware Command Center that lets you set up gaming profiles, unlock special features in over 150 titles and to boost the performance of the CPU and GPU. This gaming laptop supports 8-core processors, 2.5Gbit ethernet, 64GB of RAM and a narrow bezel display capable of 144Hz G-Sync tech.
With the 9th Gen Intel Core i9K processors you can overclock this gaming laptop and you can with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU, it’s going to handle the latest games with ease. You can also upgrade the CPU and GPU to extend the life of the gaming laptop and meet the needs of new games as they come out, without the need to buy a completely new gaming laptop or be tethered to an external GPU at your desk. You can perform a DIY upgrade with compatible parts or you can have Dell come to you and do an upgrade.
The new Cryo-Tech 2.0 cooling allows for better cooling without super-load fans with a combination of a new design, dual intake and dual exhaust, a high voltage fan. heat pipes, copper fin stacks and thermal control that keeps the laptop cool under load and still quiet when you are using the laptop for normal tasks instead of gaming.
This new Area-51m gaming laptop features AlienFX customizable lighting through various zones including the power button, Alien head on the back and an infinite loop. It is available in Lunar Light and Dark Side of the Moon. The laptop weighs 8.54 pounds, which isn’t too bad for a full-fledged gaming laptop with desktop grade tech inside.
It includes the Alienware TactX keyboard with 2.2mm of travel, anti-ghosting tech, individual key RGB LED lighting, N-Key rollover and a steel backplate for rigidity. he new three side narrow display includes 5th Gen Tobii Eye Tracking technology as an option. Dell offers four display options, all with a 17.3-inch size and 1080P resolution. The options are to include Tobii Eye Tracking and if you want Nvidia G-Sync technology. All display options support 300-nits brightness and 72% color gamut.
The Alienware Area-51m is available on January 21st, with a starting price of $2,549. There will be lower priced configurations available later.
Best of CES 2019: 15 Things You’ll Want to Buy This Year
Here are our picks for the best technology from CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. We’ve gone hands-on with hundreds of new products and services, but these are the standouts from the show and the devices that have been given Gotta Be Mobile’s Best of CES Excellence Awards for 2019.
We’ve been on the ground for a week on the hunt for the best products of the new year. There were a ton of worthy candidates, but these are the devices and services that stood out from the rest on CES 2019’s showroom floor and the various suites we’ve visited on the strip.
The products we’ve listed here are the gadgets and services we would recommend to family, friends, and our readers without hesitation.
These are the products that have potential to become best sellers in 2019 and beyond. They’re also the products we think deliver the most value to our readers.
Best of CES 2019
The Gotta Be Mobile team and its editors recognize the recipients of these 2019 CES Excellence awards and extend our congratulations to the teams behind these outstanding products.
The Alienware Area-51m is a new breed of gaming laptop that is portable, but also the most upgradeable gaming laptop we’ve seen. You can upgrade the CPU and the GPU later to expand the life of this system and get the best gaming solution possible.
Inside you get discrete NVIDIA GeF0rce RTX GPU options and 9th Gen Intel Core i7 and Core i9 processors. This gaming laptop supports 8-core processors, 2.5Gbit ethernet, 64GB of RAM and a narrow bezel display capable of 144Hz G-Sync tech.
The Alienware Area-51m goes on sale January 21st starting at $2,549.
Optoma Smart 4K UHD Laser Cinema
The new Optoma Short Throw Laser Projector is an awesome option to get up to a 120-inch 4K image on your wall without the need to mount a projector at the back of a room. You place the Optoma Short Throw 4K Laser Projector inches away from the wall and get an amazing image.
With 3,000 lumens, smart features like Alexa control and IFTTT integration as well as apps, it’s ready for your living room or your media room. The integrated NuForce soundbar, you get a projector that allows you to enjoy the entertainment experience without a complicated setup.
The Optoma Short Throw 4K Laser Projector should arrive in Q2 around $2,999.
Griffin PowerBlock Wireless Fast Charging Pad w/ Apple Watch Dock
We still don’t know when Apple will release its AirPower accessory and those sick of waiting would be wise to check out Griffin’s new PowerBlock Wireless charging pad with Apple Watch dock.
Griffin’s new gadget features Qi wireless charging pad on the left side with Apple’s fast 7.5W wireless charging and an Apple Watch charging puck on the right side.
It’ll be out sometime in Q1 for $80.
Mophie Juice Pack Access
Mophie, the company behind some of our favorite iPhone cases, is back with another winner.
The new Mophie Juice Pack for iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max can extend the battery life of the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR by up to 31 hours and the iPhone XS by up to 25 hours making them perfect for people on-the-go. They can be charged via USB-C cable (included) or wirelessly on an Qi-certified mat.
When they arrived they’ll be priced at $119.95 in the United States.
The Arlo Ultra is a 4K outdoor security camera that can live stream and record 4K HDR footage. It can also intelligently zoom in on action like a person or a car to make sure you get the right footage.
This works with the Arlo Smart Hub, which is also available as part of the Arlo Security System, You also get a year’s subscription to the Arlo Smart Premier service.
The Arlo Ultra and SmartHub are $399 for one camera or $599 for two cameras and arrive in late January.
Brydge iPad Keyboard
Brydge makes some of our favorite iPad accessories and the company’s new Brydge 12.9 Pro keyboard for the 2018 iPad Pro doesn’t disappoint.
Brydge’s solution is better than Apple’s and it’s the keyboard you’ll want to buy if you want to transform your iPad into a MacBook-like workstation.
They ship in early Spring.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX
NVIDIA’s new GeForce RTX graphics cards with ray tracing technology bring some amazing capabilities to both PC’s and laptops. We were blown away after seeing several demos at CES 2019.
NVIDIA’s RTX series is great for gaming, but will also greatly improve performance and experiences for Twitch streamers, graphic design, video rendering, artists, students, business users and more. Even laptops with the RTX 2080 (announced at CES) are more capable than even the latest GTX-powered desktop computers.
Lenovo Yoga S940
The new Lenovo Yoga S940 is one of the prettiest laptops you’ll ever see with razor-thin bezels around its beautiful 14-inch 4K HDR display and a unique contoured glass edge that blends into the aluminum chassis.
It no longer features a 360-degree folding design but the stunning screen is still the star of the show.
Lenovo outfit the Yoga S940 with the latest Intel 8th Gen Core processors, 8/16GB of RAM, and up to 1TB SSD storage. All of that is inside a premium laptop that’s only 0.48” thin and weighs just 2.64 lbs.
The new 4K HDR display is great, but it’s the baked-in Lenovo AI Smart Assist software that you’ll truly enjoy. Get the new Yoga S940 in May for $1499.
Razer Blade 15 Advanced w/ Razer Raptor
The Razer Blade 15 Advanced is an amazing upgrade to the Razer Blade 15, which now includes the latest Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics and will bring exciting new screen options later this year. It also pairs up nicely with the Razer Raptor gaming monitor.
The Razer Raptor is a e-sports ready 27-inch gaming monitor from Razer with Chroma, epic cable management and other smart features. The one in the video is a concept, but it is coming later this year.
The Razer Blade 15 Advanced is available on January 9th for $2,299.
OtterPop Phone Case
The “Otter + Pop” Symmetry cases from OtterBox and PopSockets are both practical and stylish and you should have your eye on them if you need a new iPhone case in 2019.
OtterBox’s new cases combine the company’s well-known protection with a built-in PopGrip that’s compatible with PopSockets removable PopGrip.
ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2019)
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th Gen is back and better than ever. It’s still incredibly thin, weighs less than 2.5 lbs and is super powerful. Plus, Lenovo’s added subtle refinements buyers will appreciate.
The new ThinkPad sports a new coat of paint where you can actually see the carbon fibers. On top of that you get the latest Intel 8th Gen Core processors, 8/16GB of storage, up to 2TB of SSD storage, and a 4K HDR Dolby Vision display or a super bright FHD screen.
Lenovo’s also added a new quad-speaker array with two top-facing tweeters and two bottom-firing speakers. Not to mention four far-field microphones that work with both Alexa or Cortana.
This is a feature-complete commercial-grade laptop you’ll absolutely love. It’ll be available in June starting at $1,709.
Vizio M Series (2019)
The Vizio M Series comes with a whole host of upgrades for 2019 that bring the P Series features down to a TV that way more people can afford. These include Quantum Color and more active dimming zones. While the P Series Quantum X is mind-blowing, the Vizio M Series looks amazing and is the TV that you and I can put into our living rooms without breaking the bank.
Pair this up with the SmartCast 3.0 software that brings access to 100 channels of free streaming content, your favorite apps like Netflix or Hulu, smart connectivity to control with Alexa, Siri or Google Assistant and the epic new AirPlay 2 integration and this is a clear winner for your living room.
The Vizio M Series arrives later this year with pricing similar to the existing models.
Jabra Elite 85h
The Jabra Elite 85h is a noise cancelling headset that uses eight microphones to deliver better active noise cancelling, AI to tune the headset while you wear it, allowing it to switch between noise cancelling, hear through and other modes based on your surroundings.
The Elite 85h also includes hands free access to Siri, Google Assistant and Alexa. You get 32 hour battery life, rain resistance, and a two-year warranty that covers water and dust.
You can buy Jabra Elite 85h in March for $299.
Anker ROAV Bolt
Upgrade your vehicle in 2019 with the new Anker ROAV Bolt, a USB car charger with Google Assistant built-in. This $49 device plugs into your cigarette lighter and instantly upgrades your car for the modern world.
Plug it in and you’ll have the Google Assistant ready and waiting to help make hands-free calls, use voice controls, send messages (or read them aloud), play playback, and navigate.
The ROAV Bolt is still your typical dual USB port fast car charger. They’ve also added Bluetooth 5.0, the Google Assistant, and an AUX 3.5mm port for wired connectivity on older cars.
It’s available for pre-order today for $49.
Dell XPS 13
After years of upgrades, Dell’s perfected the ultraportable notebook with the 2019 Dell XPS 13. This thin and light notebook packs more than enough power to be productive and now you get a webcam up top where it should be without giving up on the InfinityEdge bezels.
Dell put a lot of effort into the display with Dolby Vision, which means brighter brights and deeper blacks. The display is simply stunning to look at, and it’s hard to believe this 4k HDR display is in such a portable package.
The Dell XPS 13 is now available in three colors. It starts at $899 and is on sale today.
Most Exciting Tech & Gadgets of 2019
What’s the most exciting tech of 2019? We’re checking out the coolest gaming laptops, exciting smart TVs, smart home products, gaming accessories, mobile tech and services that are on the way to store shelves soon.
We’re kicking off the year at CES 2019 where the biggest companies are announcing cool tech that you can already buy. Instead of waiting months, or years, you can buy some of the this stuff today, and many of them in the coming weeks.
Here is the most exciting tech, gadgets and accessories of 2019.
Mophie Juice Pack Access iPhone Battery Cases
Mophie finally brings back the iconic battery case for the iPhone with a new model designed for the iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. You get extra battery life, a Lightning port and support for wireless charging.
The mophie juice pack access will be available during Q1 2019 at mophie for $119.95 and comes in a variety of colors, including black, stone, gold, and dark red for the iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xs/X, and black, blue, and red for the iPhone XR.
Apple AirPlay 2.0 On Vizio, Samsung & LG
Smart TVs are now smarter with AirPlay 2.0 integration that allows you to AirPlay movies, TV shows and music. We’re seeing this come to Samsung, LG and Vizio products.
We had a chance to check out the Vizio SmartCast 3.0 solution that includes AirPlay 2.0, HomeKit and Siri support. It’s really impressive and unlike some of the other options it’s coming to existing Vizio Smart TVs as far back as 2016 as a free update.
Arlo Ultra 4K Camera & Arlo Security System
Arlo is upgrading your home security with the new Arlo Ultra and the Arlo Security System. The Arlo Ultra is exciting because it will record and stream 4K HDR — and it includes tech that can zoom in on important items like a person or a vehicle so you get a good recording of the important stuff.
The Arlo Security System is a security system that includes a Remote Alarm key fob, an Arlo Siren and strobe and multi-purpose sensors that can track motion, light, leaks, door openings and more. The Smart Hub at the center of this can also connect to various smart home devices to mimic being home with lights and sound.
Speck Case-E iPad Case for Kids
The Speck Case-E iPad case is the ultimate case for your kid’s iPad. Bright colors, a special shock barrier and arms that kids can hold or that can secure the iPad to a car seat make this the perfect case for your kid’s iPad. The arms can also act as stands in portrait or landscape mode.
It works with the 9.7-inch iPad for the last five generations, so there is a very good chance it will fit your kid’s iPad. It arrives in Q1 2019 for $39.99.
Ring Door View Cam
The Ring Door View Cam is a cool new smart camera from Ring that replaces your peephole with a smart camera. This is basically a Ring Video Doorbell for your apartment or Condo, but it has a few extra features built-in.
In addition to motion alerts and ring alerts, it will detect a knock and alert you. You can watch a 1080P video feed or recorded clips from the camera. You can replace your existing Door Viewer with this without any additional tools or drilling.
The Ring Door View Cam arrives later this year for $199.
Vizio M Series With Quantum Color
Vizio announced a collection of exciting new 2019 TV models, but the 2019 Vizio M Series is the most exciting because of the value it brings and the fact that it’s an epic 4K TV that you can afford to upgrade to.
You get Quantum Color, which means a wider spectrum of colors up to 90 zones of local dimming and 600 nits peak brightness. The image quality on this set is amazing and it comes with SmartCast 3.0.
With sizes from 43 inches up to 65-inches you’ll find these TVs in stores later this year.
ZAGG Slim Book Go for the 9.7” iPad, 11” iPad Pro, and 12.9” iPad Pro
The ZAGG Slim Book Go is a new keyboard and detachable case for the 9.7” iPad, 11” iPad Pro, and 12.9” iPad Pro. This is designed for the new iPad Pro and it includes a more secure way to store the Apple Pencil. The 9.7-inch version is available now for $100 and the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro versions are coming in the Spring for $100 and $130.
Belkin BoostCharge USB-C to Lightning Cable
Belkin’s new BoostCharge USB-C to Lightning cable is the first Apple-approved third-party solution.
When they’re released later this year (Belkin says it expects to launch sometime this Spring) you’ll finally have another option outside of Apple’s first-party cables.
Belkin’s solution ranges from $24.99 to $34.99 depending on the length (4-foot, 6-foot, and 10-foot) of the cord. And they look nice to boot.
Anker ROAV Bolt Car Charger & Google Assistant
The Anker ROAV Bolt is a USB car charger with the Google Assistant built-in. If you can’t afford to buy a new car or upgrade the stereo, this $49 device plugs into your cigarette lighter and instantly upgrades your vehicle for the modern world.
The Bolt is a typical dual USB port car charger with rapid charging, and it even has an AUX 3.5mm port for wired connections to an old-school stereo.
However, the main selling point is that it brings the power of the Google Assistant to any vehicle. Whether that’s hands-free calling, voice controls, messages, music playback, navigation and more. This neat little gadget is available to pre-order for $49.
Griffin PowerBlock Wireless Charging Pad
We still don’t know when or even if Apple will release its long-delayed AirPower solution. If you’re tired of waiting you’ll want to take a long look at Griffin’s new PowerBlock Wireless Charging Pad.
This $79.99 gadget features a Qi wireless charging pad on the left side, complete with Apple’s fast 7.5W wireless charging, and an Apple Watch charging puck on the right side.
We still don’t have an official release date but Griffin tells us the accessory will be out sometime in Q1 2019.
Otter + Pop
Popular case maker OtterBox and PopSockets have teamed up for a series of new “Otter + Pop” Symmetry cases for the iPhone.
The new cases combine OtterBox’s quality protection with a built-in PopGrip that’s compatible with PopSockets removable PopGrip. OtterBox says cases will come in a variety of colors to fit “every look, style, scene, or vibe.”
Lenovo Smart Clock Adds Google’s Assistant to Your Bedside
Google plans on connecting almost every device in your home to the Google Assistant. To help with that task, Lenovo just announced the Smart Clock, a stylish modern day alarm clock. Combining a 4-inch screen with a Google Home smart speaker to become your bedside companion.
This little gadget will help you unwind in the evening, plays ambient noise so you fall asleep faster, or can help kickstart your day. Not to mention control all of your other smart home devices or play your favorite music as a traditional speaker. Read on for more details.
At first glance, the Lenovo Smart Clock just looks like a small little screen on your nightstand, but what’s special is the power of the Google Assistant built-in. That means you have tons of controls and features available at the tip of your tongue or fingers.
The Google Assistant makes it easier to set up sleep routines, such as turning your devices on silent, dimming the lights without getting out of bed, or reminding you about upcoming calendar events for the next morning. In fact, it can do all of that with one command like, ” Hey Google, Good Night”.
Then, in the morning, it works like a traditional alarm clock, plus a bunch of other neat features. Those include gradually increasing the lights and volume of your alarm over a 30 minute period, and gives you weather information on the screen, aloud, or both. Ask Google about your day and you’ll see and hear the full schedule.
While Google Home speakers are convenient and smart, having to listen to commands from a smart speaker isn’t always ideal. When you add on a screen, you have the choice to look at the response or hear it. Plus, it connects seamlessly with every other smart device in your home. That means over 10,000 products can share information to the display. Whether that’s your front door security camera, the kids room, or seeing your Nest thermostat temp and turning it up.
The Lenovo Smart Clock has a soft fabric design, a 4-inch screen, and a loud 6-watt Dolby speaker to play your favorite tunes. There’s also a full-size USB port on the back to charge your phone, and a dedicated mute button for those worried about privacy and a speaker “listening” in the bedroom. That way you can mute the mic at a moments notice. And no, it does not have a camera.
Lenovo mentions that the 4-inch screen is as unobtrusive as possible and will only light up for attention when necessary. And when it’s not in use, you’ll have access to a slew of customizable yet stylish clock faces and fonts.
It takes the Amazon Alexa wall clock and makes it more useful, then packs Google inside. Put it in your bedroom or the bathroom. The Lenovo Smart Clock will be available in the coming months for $79.
Lenovo Yoga S940 Delivers AI Smarts & Stunning 4K Display
The new Lenovo Yoga S940 announced in January at CES 2019 is a premium ultra-slim laptop with a focus on entertainment, hardware and AI software in a new precision-crafted aluminum shell. Between the powerful internals, tiny bezels and 90% screen-to-body-ratio contour glass 13.9-inch display, this is one laptop worth waiting for.
Coming in at under a half an inch thick and just 2.64 lbs, this laptop is small, lightweight, portable, and stylish like a MacBook Pro. Similar to the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the Yoga S940 comes with multiple screen options, including a Dolby Vision 4K HDR model, up to 1TB of space, and a new Lenovo Smart Assist AI feature suite.
Perhaps the best part of that premium screen is the contoured glass, which wraps around the edges into the bezel-free display and aluminum frame. It all blends together with a level of precision anyone can appreciate. The most impressive part of this laptop is the screen, which just stuns you the moment you open the lid. I’ve never seen a laptop with a screen this great. Read on for more details.
- The Lenovo YOGA S940 has a stunning 4K HDR display you’ll absolutely love
- Expect a mid-May 2019 release date
- Starting price of $1,499
Lenovo’s new Yoga S940 is one sleek laptop. Customers have asked for an aluminum body for years, and they finally delivered. Using a new precision-crafted aluminum process they managed to keep it lightweight, 0.48″ thick, yet still remain durable. Typically thin aluminum isn’t very strong, but Lenovo assured us this device meets all its usual requirements.
As expected, this 13.9-inch laptop comes with the latest Intel 8th Gen Core i7 processors, 8/16GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. That beautiful bezel-free screen is either a 4K UHD (3840 x 2400) HDR display with 500 nits of brightness or a more affordable FHD 1080p IPS Dolby Vision panel. Again, the star of the show is the screen. It’s like a premium smartphone display inside a laptop.
If the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 lineup is too businessy for you, the Yoga S940 is a great alternative. It’s the perfect mix between everything they have to offer and will help you with that work-life balance. Whether that’s enjoying movies on the beautiful screen, working on the go, or using the Smart Assist features for conference calls and enhanced security.
Lenovo Smart Assist Features
- Zero-touch login with IR camera array (almost like FaceID)
- Eye-tracking moves content from display to monitor with glance
- Walk away from your S940 and the screen goes black for privacy
- Background unfocuses during video calls, keeping the focus on what matters
- Auto-leveling software filters out background noise so your voice is clear
on video & voice calls
- Smart Voice recognizes only your voice with Alexa & Cortana
- Optional 4K UHD HDR display with Dolby Vision and Atmos support
- Choose of 8/16GB DDR4 memory & Up to 1TB PCIe SSD
In case you didn’t notice, Lenovo is using a “reserve notch” with the screen. Instead of a notch cutting into the display, like the iPhone X, the front camera and IR sensors bulge above the screen. Delivering a better overall experience.
Again, Lenovo is offering multiple versions, including Intel’s 8th Gen Core i7 processors, 8/16GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage. As for ports and connectivity, you’ll enjoy two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a single regular USB-C port. Sadly we only get one USB-C port, and Lenovo ditched the regular full USB-A port. It’s unfortunate, but most of the industry is doing the same thing.
So, when can you get your hands on this stunning new laptop? The Lenovo YOGA S940 will hit shelves in May, starting at $1,499. That’s a little less than the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2019), in a similar sleek package.
All you really need to know is that this is one of the best laptop’s we’ve seen at CES that’s coming in the first half of 2019, and you have to see the screen to appreciate it.
2018 iPad Pro Brydge Keyboards Hands On Video
The Brydge 12.9 Pro keyboard for the 2018 iPad Pro is one of the most anticipated new iPad Pro accessories of 2019, and we finally know all about it and have been able to go hands on with it.
You can pre-order the Brydge 11.0 Pro for $149.99 or the Brydge 12.9 Pro for $169.99 starting today. They ship in early Spring.
This is the keyboard to buy if you own the new iPad Pro in 11-inch or 12.9-inch versions. It’s a better option than Apple’s keyboard with a great design that looks and feels more like the bottom half of a laptop. It’s easy to put the iPad Pro in the Brydge 12.9 Pro keyboard and easy to pop it out when you just want to use it as a tablet. It’s a bit of a shock that Brydge pulled this off considering how small the bezels on the new iPad Pro are.
I’ve ben using the keyboard from Apple, and while it is better than the one it replaced, it can still be challenging to use on a lap for longer periods. The Brydge iPad Pro keyboards keep the same feel as a laptop on your lap. This means more stability and a surface that is easier to type on.
The design matches the look of the 2018 iPad Pro with the same flat edges and rounded corners, making it look like a matched pair. A small notch on the front edge makes it easier to open the iPad Pro with keyboard attached. It is similar to the notch on a MacBook Pro.
The keyboard connects with Bluetooth, but you can also connect it by USB C if you cannot use Bluetooth. This allows you to type and charge the keyboard at the same time.
Keys feel good, better than the MacBook Pro in some cases. They are backlit, which is better than the Apple Smart Keyboard and there’s a real arrow key setup.
When you pair these two devices up, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and Brydge 12.9 Pro are lighter than the 13-inch MacBook Pro at about 2.8 pounds.
One of the nice features about this is the flexibility it provides outside of using the iPad like a laptop. You can use it as a tablet with the keyboard attached, or remove it. You can also use it to prop the iPad up for a video call or a movie with the keyboard tucked behind it for a different viewing angle.
Brydge also includes a snap on magnetic cover that protects the back of your iPad, so you don’t need another case to cover it. You can use it, or not, but it comes with the keyboard.
Here’s where to pre-order the Brydge 12.9 Pro and Brydge 11.0 Pro today.
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