Having a good keyboard is very important, especially for those of us who make a living out of using a computer all day long. You need quality, but if you are planning to use your mobile devices you also need something compact and easy to carry. Where do you find the right balance?
It seems Microsoft has the answer for that question. Come and meet the Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard. We know, it’s a horrible name, but bear with us! This product is actually much cooler than its moniker entails.
This is actually a second generation universal keyboard, as it succeeds another Microsoft product that is pretty similar. What characterizes this keyboard is that it is made to work with all major platforms. Of course, this would include Android, iOS and Windows.
Oh, but let’s not forget about its coolest feature. This thing folds in half, making it small enough to fit pretty much anywhere. Gone are the days when you had to carry a large keyboard around to get a decent typing experience.
The keyboard is not professional, by any means, but it offers portability unlike any other, as well as a pretty awesome design and solid build quality. The keys have pretty good travel and the keyboard is made of this soft touch plastic material that is very similar to the Surface keyboard’s. It also takes advantage of magnetic edges to stay together, so you can tell Microsoft really put some thought into it.
“We have no idea when this is coming out. We have no idea how much it costs. But… it’s cool and we want one. That’s basically the takeaway!” -Myriam Joire
Don’t leave just yet! We did some more digging around and actually found out the keyboard will be worth $100 and we should see it launch on July. Who is getting one?