Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Microsoft knows that it’s nearly impossible for people to leave the home without their smarthpones, and these days more people are moving their workload onto their mobile devices as well. Typing on tablets and smartphones can be counterproductive though, and that’s why the brand has rolled out the Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard.

The wireless device connects with your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth, and works with the iPhone and iPad along with Android and Windows powered devices. The ultra lightweight thin keyboard is built for durability, is completely spill resistant and the rechargeable battery lasts up to 3 months on a single charge. It can even work on multiple devices at the same time, letting you switch between your smartphone and tablet with a single touch. And when you’re all done using it, just fold it up and be on your way. [Purchase]

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