Microsoft already has a keyboard for any device in which you want to write
The trend of devices to work is changing in recent years and we work exclusively on desktop computers, laptops, netbooks, ultrabooks and convertible devices.
But another line also points to the tablets, phablets and smartphones to this trend and so nothing better than enjoying a physical keyboard to have a minimum of efficiency in these tasks. Microsoft announced Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard promises to work with up to three devices without sync each time you change from one to another.
Bluetooth keyboard for all devices
Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard is a small keyboard focused for use in mobility along with tablets but that works with any device that supports Bluetooth HID profile.
This works with Bluetooth connectivity to Android, iOS, Windows and OS X devices with only to synchronize it. It is much less notable that this Microsoft keyboard will not work together with Lumia smartphones, since at the moment its do not support this Bluetooth profile.
This keyboard has dedicated keys that provide direct access to volume up and down the main screen or both iOS and Android or the main screen of Windows 8. And as interesting note we record that has a small switch with three positions which allows you to switch between three different devices.