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Microsoft continues its cross-platform march with a universal foldable keyboard

Microsoft-Universal-Foldable-Keyboard-openAndroid? iOS? Home windows? Microsoft doesn’t care. Or, not less than, its newly introduced foldable keyboard doesn’t.

The corporate in the present day unveiled the Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard, a $99.95 machine designed to exchange on-screen keyboards on smartphones and tablets. The five-millimeter thick, full-sized keyset folds in half and may be paired “with any mixture of two appropriate units,” permitting switching between them “with one contact.”

Open the keyboard, it connects. Shut the keyboard, it shuts down.

Unfolded, it’s slightly below a foot broad (11.6″) and 4.9″ tall, weighing in at lower than half a pound (7.1 ounces).

A built-in battery is claimed to last as long as three months on a single cost, and the keyboard helps Bluetooth 4.0 on Home windows 8/8.1, Apple iOS7 and Android 4.3 units or later.

From apps to companies, Microsoft has been on a “universal” and cross-platform tear currently, from Office apps to Microsoft Garage releases.

Microsoft says the Universal Foldable Keyboard will likely be accessible in July.

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