Thursday, December 15, 2011

Microsoft debuts Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000, aims to make business trips a bit more comfortable

Looking to snag a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard to accompany that brand spanking new slate? If so, Microsoft has announced the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 ergonomist-approved peripheral that can be used with Android, iOS and Windows-based tablets sans wires. Implementing the Comfort Curve design, the wireless keypad frees up a much-needed USB port on desktops -- should you opt for a more 9-to-5 approach. Powered by three AAA batteries, the keyboard will be available this month for $50. If you're in need of a bit more convincing, hit the PR button below and prepare to kiss that carpal tunnel pain goodbye.

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