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Logitech’s new iPad keyboard and stylus
In a similar vein, Logitech’s $159.99 Combo Touch keyboard folio beats Apple’s Magic Keyboard Folio in a number of significant ways at a $90 lower price. Both cases use a two-piece design, with a kickstand for the tablet and a detachable keyboard that you can remove whenever you don’t want to use it. But Logitech’s keyboard has nicer features, its case provides much more protection than Apple’s, and the kickstand offers a much wider range of usable angles. As a bonus, the Combo Touch has a built-in loop to hold either Logitech’s own Crayon stylus or Apple’s Pencil. The Magic Keyboard Folio offers no such feature, leaving you to store the stylus separate from your tablet... More here.
I bought my wife a £25 Apple Pencil replacement for her 9th generation iPad and it is brilliant, easily as good as the official Apple version. As for the official Apple keyboards, they remain the most strangely priced part of Apple's line-up for me, along with the cleaning cloth.