Microsoft’s Universal Foldable Keyboard Now Available For $99.95

Posted: Jul 15 2015, 3:19am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Microsoft’s Universal Foldable Keyboard Now Available for $99.95

The Universal Foldable Keyboard from Microsoft works with the iPhone, the iPad, Android phones and tablets, and Windows devices.

Typing on a touchscreen can be challenging. That’s why Microsoft is introducing a universal portable keyboard that will work on various mobile devices. Announced earlier this year, Microsoft’s Universal Foldable Keyboard is a portable Bluetooth keyboard that’s perfect for iOS, Android, and Windows devices.

The company recently published a new video on YouTube, demoing the keyboard and its capabilities. Microsoft promises to make typing more comfortable and efficient with the keyboard. It is now being sold at Amazon for around $100. You can check out the video below.

What makes the keyboard unique is its foldable design, which means that you can fold it when you’re no longer using it. It also makes it very portable and easy to store, especially when you are travelling. It’s worth noting that the Universal Foldable Keyboard has full-size keys and is water and spill resistant. This means that you won’t have to worry if you spilt your coffee on your keyboard again.

Additionally, the keyboard is 5mm thin and comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, which can run up to three months on a single charge, according to Microsoft. And when you’re done, simply close or fold the keyboard to disconnect it from any mobile device. Apart from the thin design, the keyboard is colored in black and it frankly looks like a wallet when folded.

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