Microsoft has a new foldable keyboard with ultrathin design

Microsoft has an obsession with keyboards.

Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

Microsoft announces today that it will soon be making available a new portable keyboard that connects to the all-mobile devices via Bluetooth. The “Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard” is similar to the original portable keyboard the company released last year, but with the big difference that this is a foldable version and folds up perfectly when closing thanks to its magnets.

The Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard features a super thin and compact design that allows you to easily connect it to all compatible smartphones and tablets, including iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows tablets and selected Windows Phones.

Perhaps one of the most interesting features is that you can simultaneity pair the keyboard with two compatible devices and quickly switch between them with a single keystroke.

The Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard will be available in July with a price tag of $99.95 through the Microsoft Store and other retailers.

Source Microsoft

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