Microsoft has developed a keyboard designed for iOS, Android and Windows tablets in its latest move to underline the company’s focus on providing software services.
The new Universal Mobile Keyboard is a lot like Logitech’s K480 keyboard, reported the Verge.
Microsoft’s version includes a key to switch between iOS, Android, and Windows Bluetooth modes.
The keyboard is unique in Microsoft’s range of wired and wireless keyboard s without the conventional Windows key.
It requires only 10 minutes of charging for a full day’s use.
The company plans to release the Universal Mobile Keyboard next month for 79.95 dollars.