On September 16, Microsoft unveils the new Universal Mobile Keyboard, a bluetooth-powered keyboard that is not platform dependent and can work with any other devices such as Windows, iOS and Android. Microsoft admitted that the current physical keyboards available in the market are inefficient because they are often limited to one platform only. Microsoft brings us the solution with the upcoming release of their new Universal Keyboard.

The keyboard includes a soft-touch cover with integrated stand for your device. It can fit tablets or smartphones up to 10mm thick only.
Microsofts's Universal Mobile Keyboard Works with Windows, iOS and Android Devices, Priced at $79.95


Features
  • It's not platform dependent. It works with iPad, iPhone, Android devices and Windows tablets. It has on OS switch, Windows Control key, iOS command key and Android's Home button
  • Integrated stand. The soft touch cover includes an integrated stand for your device
  • Open and close the cover to power up and to power down.
  • It has a protective shell so there's no need for you to buy an extra case
  • Battery is rechargeable and can last up to six months of usage on a single charge

The Universal Mobile Keyboard is set to arrive in October 2014 for $79.95 (around Php 3.5K). It will first launch in Canada and US.
Microsofts's Universal Mobile Keyboard Works with Windows, iOS and Android Devices, Priced at $79.95

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Along with the Universal Mobile Keyboard, Mirosoft also unveils other three new accessories: wired Xbox One controller for Windows, Microsoft Arc Mouse and the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 Limited Edition.

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