Microsoft Announces Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000

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Microsoft today announced a new bluetooth keyboard called Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 . It has a thin profile with comfort curve style for more ergonomics.

Miss the tactile feeling of a real keyboard when typing on your tablet? The full-sized Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 enables more comfortable typing than on-screen keyboards, and encourages natural posture with the Comfort Curve design. And at less than three-quarters of an inch thick, you can easily slip it into your bag, which makes it the perfect mobile companion. Plus, there’s no need to worry about cords or transceivers. The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 works with Microsoft Windows®, iPad®, iPad2, and many AndroidTM devices.*

This unit will costs $49.95 and you can  find more details on it here.

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  • http://twitter.com/danrivhor Daniel Rivero Horie

    This should work with Windows Phone devices

  • http://twitter.com/danrivhor Daniel Rivero Horie

    This should work with Windows Phone devices

  • Anonymous

    Can you put 4 or more phones in your pocket? At 13.9″ x6.54″ I would not call this a “mobile” anything. It is a back-pack device.  I agree that more options for phones with a physical, attached, 5-row, QWERTY, landscape keyboard are needed for the new phones with larger displays in the 4.9-5.3 inch range(i.e. Samsung Galaxy NOTE with a 5.3″ display).  In general, the top tier phone manufacturers avoid including physical keyboards on anything over 4.0″ and just provide virtual (on-screen) keybords which a significant number of persons dislike for several reasons.  Is there a business opportunity here?

  • Anonymous

    But it doesn’t work for WP7.