The Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard with Bluetooth connectivity works across multiple devices, and a lack of a dedicated Windows key. While the original wasn’t foldable, this new version folds up neatly with magnets to keep it closed if you’re carrying it in a bag alongside your device.
Microsoft has ditched dedicated function keys at the top of its latest universal keyboard, but there’s a function key for the usual audio controls, search functionality, and more. The keyboard can pair with two devices at a time and switch between them with one touch.
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Battery life is up to three months before you need to charge it again using the micro USB connector at the side. It’s very thin and the soft material feels like it would stick to a desk well without slipping away.
This feels like the perfect accessory for writing a few emails from your tablet or phone at a coffee shop while you’re on the go.Microsoft says the keyboard will cost $99.95 when it’s released in July.