Microsoft’s Universal Mobile Keyboard is an $80 Bluetooth keyboard designed to work with Windows, Android, or iOS devices. But if a 9 inch wide keyboard doesn’t seem particularly portable enough, you might want to check out the new Universal Foldable Keyboard.
The company’s new keyboard folds in half to save space. It’s coming in July for $100.
Like Microsoft’s existing universal keyboard the new model is designed to work with Windows, Android, or iOS devices — and you can pair it with more than one device at a time so that you can quickly switch from typing on your tablet to typing on your phone with the tap of a button.
The keyboard is spill-resistant, has a fabric exterior, and Microsoft says the battery lasts for up to 3 months between charges.