Microsoft releases Keyboard Accessory for iOS and Android
Microsoft has created a Universal Mobile Keyboard for iOS, Windows tablets and even Android. Similar to Logitech’s K480 keyboard, the Microsoft model is equipped with a main button that allows users to switch between all three operating systems with ease and convenience.
Microsoft has been looking at providing software, services and hardware for other manufacturers so as to penetrate and make an impact on the existing niche market.
The company is known for its iOS and Android keyboards but what is different this time around, is the inclusion on an Android home key and a cmd key usually seen on Apple keyboards. Also, this is the only keyboard that doesn’t have the traditional Windows key. Not to worry however, the tech giant has explained that even though this usual key is missing, the keyboard still is compatible with Windows tablets.
Another highlight of this accessory is the rechargeable battery that is said to last six months on a single full charge. There is also a removable integrated stand that has the main role of protecting keys from being damaged.
We’re expecting to see this Universal Mobile Keyboard next month with the price tag $USD79.95 (RM258.56).
Source: The Verge