Trackpad plus portrait mode is a total game-changer for iPad Pro [Setups]

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This portrait mode iPad setup is ready for serious keyboard and trackpad action.
This portrait mode iPad setup is ready for serious keyboard and trackpad action.
Photo: Andrew Green/Twitter

A simple stand and an innovative keyboard/trackpad tray keep Twelve South co-founder Andrew Green’s iPad Pro ready for work in portrait mode.

“Current #ipadpro workstation,” Green wrote on Twitter, showing off his setup. “Trackpad support is total game changer. A SEPARATE stand is vital – as it allows work in PORTRAIT mode – something not possible with an attached keyboard case. Also handy, MagicBridge for keys+trackpad.”

The metallic folding stand he recommends is his company’s Compass Pro. It acts like an easel for the iPad Pro, allowing you to use the tablet at three different angles for a variety of uses. It’s also perfect taking advantage of the new trackpad support in iPadOS 13.4.

The MagicBridge is another innovative Twelve South product. It handily connects Apple’s Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad 2.

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