Microsoft’s US$100 Universal Foldable keyboard is Bluetooth Typing Bliss

Typing on your smartphone on the go can be tough. This is especially true if you’re a blogger covering a Press Event and you’re story has to be up before the competition.

The US$99 TextBlade Bluetooth Keyboard from WayTools (Deer, 2015, January 16) isn’t a bad choice. But sometimes you wish you had a real keyboard.

Then you’re in luck as Microsoft has made a US$100 Universal Foldable keyboard (Martindale, 2015), that synchs via Bluetooth and allows you to type much faster.

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No more guessing if you hit the right key while touch-typing on your smartphone; the US$100 Universal Foldable keyboard from Microsoft is the keyboard you’ve been looking for.

US$100 Universal Foldable keyboard from Microsoft – Bluetooth to the rescue

Compatible with Apple iOS, Google Android and Windows Phone, the Universal Foldable keyboard from Microsoft can connect to up to two (2) devices simultaneously, in case you want to type with your Tablet and do video with commentary using your smartphone’s Camera!!

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High school and college students who have a Smartphone but can’t afford a laptop will love this US$100 Universal Foldable keyboard from Microsoft, as it’s made for young adults in mind.

Albeit spill proof, it’s not exactly waterproof.

The Universal Foldable keyboard from Microsoft is 29.49 cm (11.61 inches) wide by 12.45 cm (4.9 inches) high when unfolded and 5 mm (0.45 inches) thin, when folded (Hachman, 2015) and stowed away. With such a thin profile you can stow it away in your knapsack, ready to pull out on a desk to do some quick, accurate typing.

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Suddenly, not having a Laptop or Chromebook (Deer, 2014, December 2) while surviving the K-12 High School system isn’t a problem anymore; your smartphone was always capable of being that device.

Jamaican children will benefit as well, as those DL800 (Deer, 2014, December 10) and DL900 (Deer, 2014, December 6) Smartphone that they purchased from Digicel (Deer, 2014, December 13) can now become computers, making it unnecessary to have a laptop.

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It would also make those tablets given to students under the TIS (Tablet in Schools) program for Jamaican High Schools (Deer, 2015, January 27) more useful, as they’d have a keyboard.

All you needed was the right portable keyboard; the US$100 Universal Foldable keyboard from Microsoft.

Here’s the link:

Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

References:

  1. Deer, L. (2014, December 2). IDC Stats say Google Chromebooks dominates U.S. K-12 School System – 1 TB Free Google Drive as Microsoft HP Stream and 12.9-inch Apple iPad in 2015. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2014/12/idc-stats-say-google-chromebooks.html
  2. Deer, L. (2014, December 6). Digicel launches DL900 aka Alcatel Pop C7 as Digicel DL750 on Sale for Christmas 2014. Retrieved from http://www.geezam.com/digicel-launches-dl900-aka-alcatel-pop-c7-as-digicel-dl750-on-sale-for-christmas-2014/
  3. Deer, L. (2014, December 10). Digicel launches DL800 aka ZTE Kis 3 Max Second after Digicel DL900 on Christmas 2014. Retrieved from http://www.geezam.com/digicel-launches-dl800-aka-zte-kis-3-max-second-after-digicel-dl900-on-christmas-2014/
  4. Deer, L. (2014, December 13). JA$6,950 DL750 and JA$8,250 DL800 on Sale at Digicel – Alcatel One Touch Pop C1 as ZTE Force Awakens and Alcatel’s Empire Strikes Back. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2014/12/ja6950-dl750-and-ja8250-dl800-on-sale.html
  5. Deer, L. (2015, January 16). US$99 TextBlade from WayTools is a Bluetooth Keyboard for Bloggers covering Press Events. Retrieved from https://lindsworthdeer.wordpress.com/2015/01/16/us99-textblade-from-waytools-is-a-bluetooth-keyboard-for-bloggers-covering-press-events/
  6. Deer, L. (2015, January 27). Min. of Education Ronald Thwaites and Teacher’s Colleges – e-books on TIS Project Tablet and Mandatory Special Education. Retrieved from http://mythoughtsontechnologyandjamaica.blogspot.com/2015/01/min-of-education-ronald-thwaites-and.html
  7. Martindale, J. (2015, July 14). New Microsoft Keyboard is Foldable, Wireless, and Spill Resistant. Retrieved from http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/microsoft­100­foldable­bluetooth­keyboard/
  8. Hachman, M. (2015, July 14). Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard review: Surface’s Type Cover, split in half. Retrieved from http://www.pcworld.com/article/2947834/input-keyboards/microsoft-universal-foldable-keyboard-review-surfaces-type-cover-split-in-half.html
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