Zagg Slim Book Go for iPad Pro: Where Creativity and Productivity Intersect


The Zagg Slim Book Go is a feature-packed iPad Pro keyboard and case. The Slim Book Go features a built-in Apple Pencil Holder, laptop-style keys, and long lasting battery life. If you enjoyed this review, make sure to subscribe, and let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.

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13 replies
  1. Shawn Nguyen
    Shawn Nguyen says:

    Hey, I just got my new Ipad Pro 12.9 2018 with 256GB. Will it be enough for drawing with Procreate? Or do I need that 800$ extra for more 2GB ram?
    Would like to see a comparison between the 4GB and 6GB ram model!

  2. Tacomaken
    Tacomaken says:

    Do you guys read review on products before making videos of them? This particular keyboard has a 30% failure rate on Amazon because of a flawed hinge design. Not sure I would recommend this keyboard.

  3. TechFeast
    TechFeast says:

    This would be my favourite right after the Smart Keyboard, which I adore. The only trade off for me with both of them is that they’re bad on the lap. I wish Apple had a solution.

  4. Jarrad Shaw
    Jarrad Shaw says:

    I’m very interested in your upcoming comparison video of the keyboards mentioned. As far as the Zagg, my concern is how long that back plate will stay stiff enough to properly hold the iPad up over time and constant usage.


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