With the introduction of the magic keyboard and after the first appearance, we've seen that weight flexibility to keep in mind. So, we decided to compare the weight of the Magic keyboard with two other variants: screenshot, number of pixels on different devices. It's a way of getting used to the idea of what the user is getting at with every possible configuration.
The rear mouse and keyboard add extra weight
The weight of a product like the iPad The variety to consider. When our perspective moves it from here to there, weight becomes a key factor in the comfort of the transfer. For this reason, we decided to analyze the different iPad configurations and models, as well as a few handheld Macs.
Nine combinations are included in the table above. They're from iPad Air (or 10.5-inch Pro) up to 16-inch MacBook Pro
In this graph we represent nine groups as a measure of centimeters and pixels of weight. The mind is able to see which device and setting gets the most active weight of those two types. That is, if we wanted to increase the size and number of pixels in the scale, which tool worked best.
And the graph leaves room for doubt. The three combinations that take advantage of the pixel count and diagonal are the ones that use the Smart keyboard. Apple Mouseless keyboard. So also in this setting, the 12.9-inch Pro, 11-inch and 10.5-inch very "efficient" depending on the number of pixels per kilogram of weight. Although we have to remember that we are facing the scale and it doesn't mean that the 10.5-inch iPad has that number of graphic markers.
Depending on the inches, the 10.5-inch and 11-inch iPad gets the "best performance," followed by the 12.9-inch model. Surprisingly, it compares to those devices including the mouse In addition to the keyboard, an important weight is added. And that has a huge impact on both dimensions.
Another way to see the importance of the Magic Keyboard
Having a mouse on an iPad keyboard, whether on a Logitech or Apple model, opens up a series of less expensive options and career opportunities. In fact, it's kind of an extension of that it increases productivity for specific tasks. Tasks that allow you to get closer to the traditional computer paradigm, saving the iPad context for special functions.
Of course, it does this at the expense of adding extra weight. Therefore, we are faced with a decision that each user must inform. The magic mouse (or Logitech) mouse it is a beautiful thing
With the Magic Keyboard, the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is slightly heavier than the MacBook Air, eliminating one of its advantages over computers with macOS
Of interest is the tension between the MacBook Air and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and its magic keyboard. Although the pixel density is obviously higher in the tablet case, the Mac gives a higher diagonal weight. This is because this set of keyboard and mouse it weighs less than a MacBook Air, at the same time that its diagonal is less than ten times smaller.
It is in this combination that the user can become more skeptical. In the decision to purchase a larger iPad Pro with the Magic keyboard, the weight is no longer in the other variables that advises your balance. Of course, all the differences are still there: an operating system, an ecosystem, a camera system or some unpleasant reality about some of them.