Microsoft has this week unveiled a new universal mobile keyboard they have created that will be available to purchase next month for around $80, and will support iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices.
The new Microsoft universal mobile keyboard has been designed to connect to your mobile devices using the latest wireless Bluetooth 4.0 technology and comes supplied with a protective cover that includes an integrated stand for your tablet or smartphone.
The cover can be detached from the keyboard to create a more comfortable and ergonomic position for your device and keyboard whilst typing. By simply opening the cover on the keyboard will power the keys up and returning the cover to the keyboard will power it off.
Microsoft has enabled their new mobile keyboard to pair with three devices all of which can be running different operating systems. With the simple press of the Operating System switch users can easily change between the different devices.
Microsoft has also included a useful Home Key that can be used to quickly take you to the home screen on your device and its rechargeable battery is capable of providing up to 6 months of use. For more information on the new Microsoft Mobile keyboard jump over to the Microsoft Store website for details.
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