The Good Sturdy construction and thoughtful design make the Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard stand out.
The Bad It's a tad pricey at $79, and (no surprise) it lacks universal hot keys that work in non-Microsoft operating systems.
The Bottom Line The Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard offers one of the best-designed wireless Bluetooth keyboard and tablet-stand combinations on the market, especially when you pair it with a Windows 8 device.
|Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard||Logitech Slim Combo for iPad Pro||Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Mini||Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad||Logitech diNovo Edge Keyboard (Black)|
|Price||$44 Amazon.com||$173 Amazon.com||$45 Amazon.com||$129 Amazon.com||$769 Amazon.com|
Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard
Tablet owners, Microsoft has a new keyboard you should know about. Yes, it's meant for
At roughly 10.25 inches long (almost 10.5 with the cover) and 4 inches deep, the Wedge Mobile Keyboard is one of the smallest tablet keyboards available, coming in under both the
Made of an aluminum base, plastic keys, and a rubber cover/tablet stand, the keyboard weighs exactly 1 pound with its two AAA batteries installed (there's no provision for rechargeable batteries, but if that's a concern, you can always invest in a set of third-party AAA rechargeables). Its size and weight already make the keyboard an easy travel companion, but Microsoft has gone the extra mile in terms of its on-the-road friendliness.
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