Because Brydge made sending the Brydge Pro 12.9 back as difficukt aa possible, I kept it and do keep trying to get along with it, with limited success.
The hardware itself is great. It looks great, it’s quite nice to type on and certainly does what it says on the tin, but I find that putting it on completely destroys the whole benefit of using an iPad Pro instead of a MacBook in the first place.
As soon as I put the Smart Keyboard Folio back on the iPad is, once again, extremely nimble, flexible, yet powerful. The main benefit I’ve got, so far, from the Brydge keyboard is to highlight to me just how good the Smart Keyboard Folio is.