Today I am checking out the latest mobile keyboard from Microsoft called the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000. The keyboard has a separate keypad for entering numerical data and has a carry bag.
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The keyboard is very thin making it comfortable to type on and easy to fit into your laptop bag. No Bluetooth dongle ships with the keyboard, so your notebook will need integrated Bluetooth.
Review excerpt: "The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 uses Bluetooth connectivity and includes no Bluetooth dongle. The keyboard is very thin at only slightly thicker than an AAA battery. The number pad is full size and separate from the keyboard for more compact dimensions. The keyboard has a battery status indicator and an on/off switch to conserve battery life when not in use. The keyboard also uses Microsoft's Comfort Curve design." Read the full Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 review here.