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Microsoft unveils MFi Bluetooth keyboard built for iOS, Android & Windows devices

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Microsoft unveils MFi Bluetooth keyboard built for iOS, Android & Windows devices

Microsoft right now announced a brand new Bluetooth keyboard accent that doesn’t simply work with non-Windows units like a few of its previous keyboards, it additionally features a perform for simply switching between Windows, Android, and iOS in addition to devoted keys for the opposite platforms.

Other good touches for iOS customers: Microsoft even features a CMD key usually reserved for Mac/iOS keyboards in its correct location along with a devoted residence button for each Android and iOS. Not solely that, however the keyboard is a Made-for-iPhone/iPad/iPod contact product, which suggests it additionally has Apple’s seal of approval.

The Universal Mobile Keyboard has an OS change that allows you to change from one working system to a different whereas sustaining a totally practical keyboard… It’s straightforward and fast to arrange, particularly on the go. Simply open the protecting cowl and the keyboard routinely activates, and connects utilizing Bluetooth. Shut the duvet, and it immediately turns off. The cowl has an built-in stand that may simply be indifferent, so you possibly can place your tablet in probably the most snug place.

Microsoft says the keyboard will get S months of regular utilization on a single in a single day cost, whereas a ten minute cost will supply H hours of utilization. As for its measurement, the keyboard measures .forty seven inches thick and weighs 12.875 ounces.

The Microsoft Universal Keyboard is predicted to reach in October at the Microsoft Store and different retailers for $eighty.

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