Microsoft has announced a foldable, portable and spill-resistant Bluetooth keyboard that works with Windows, Android, and Apple products. It can also be used with multiple devices at the same time.
The keyboard, which sports real pressable keys, is a bit too nimble to smack across the face of anyone who claims they can get any real work done with an iPad's virtual keyboard. Available July 2015 at a cost of about $100.
The Universal Foldable Keyboard is designed to work with iPad, iPhone, Android devices, Windows tablets and select Windows Phones, and you can simultaneously pair it with any combination of two compatible devices and quickly switch between them with one touch.
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