Microsoft has unveiled a new wireless Bluetoothkeyboard that is aimed at the tablet and smartphone user that wants faster typing. The new keyboard is called the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 and it has a MSRP of $49.95.
The keyboard is shaped to make it ergonomic and comfortable to type on for an extended period. It measures 13.9-inches long and 6.54-inches tall with a thickness of 0.62-inches. That keyboard is very thin and should be comfortable to type on all day. The tablet will work with a bunch for devices that use Bluetooth.
It supports Windows, the iPad, iPad 2, and Android devices. Microsoft used to call this keyboard the Bluetooth Keyboard 6000. It should slip easily into a bag for use on the go. Power for the keyboard comes from three AAA batteries.
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