Microsoft unveils keyboard for iOS, Android, Windows tablets

WASHINGTON: Microsoft has developed a keyboard designed for iOS, Android and Windows tablets in its latest move to underline the company’s focus on providing software services.

The new Universal Mobile Keyboard is a lot like Logitech’s K480 keyboard, reported The Verge. Microsoft’s version includes a key to switch between iOS, Android, and Windows Bluetooth modes.

The keyboard is unique in Microsoft’s range of wired and wireless keyboards without the conventional Windows key. It requires only 10 minutes of charging for a full day’s use.

The company plans to release the Universal Mobile Keyboard next month for $79.95.


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Posted on September 19, 2014, in Sri Lanka. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Microsoft unveils keyboard for iOS, Android, Windows tablets.

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