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Save $100 on an Apple Magic Keyboard for your iPad Pro

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Get the Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro for just $199 (Image credit: Laptop Mag)

The iPad Pro is a powerful machine that deeply explores the possibilities of a tablet being more than just a content consumption device. But of course, it can only do so much without having a keyboard and trackpad — which is why we absolutely love this deal.

Right now at Walmart, you can save $100 on Apple’s Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro. That takes the price down to just $199.

Apple Magic Keyboard: was $299.99, now $199 at Walmart

Apple Magic Keyboard: was $299.99, now $199 at Walmart
When it comes to the best typing experience on an iPad, nothing beats a proper keyboard, and nothing comes close to the seamless integration of Apple’s Magic Keyboard. The floating cantilever design allows you to adjust the iPad Pro display to the right angle, the typing experience is comfortable and the integrated trackpad means this can fill both roles in your life as a tablet and laptop.

Take a look at our review and you will see we are fans of the excellent design and typing experience. The Magic Keyboard feels substantial and premium, with keys that have a similar feel to what you would find on the MacBooks, to provide comfortable and durable use over long stints.

But one of our main gripes was the price point — there are just too many alternatives at lower price points to recommend spending three hundred bucks on this. Now, that problem is solved with a $100 price cut over at Walmart.

So, what are you waiting for? If you have an iPad Pro and want to make the most of your purchase, bring it closer to that sweet spot between a tablet and laptop with this.

Jason England

 Jason brings a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag. He specializes in finding the best deals to make sure you never pay more than you should for gadgets! Jason takes a particular interest in writing and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.