Review: Microsoft’s Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000
It isn’t just the humans who are fond of attaining the beautiful ‘size zero’, but there are a gamut of other devices, which wish for ‘slim and trim’ look. As the reviews, the newly-introduced slim and trim beauty is Microsoft’s Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000, which is claimed to be world’s slimmest and thinnest mobile keyboard.
The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 has been crafted so that it doesn’t lack in style in the face of being sleek. Alongside a curved layout, the device is also built-in with a handy Bluetooth number pad, which help user remain productive doesn’t matter where they are.
Chris Kujawski, industrial designer for Microsoft Hardware, was quoted to have said that the design tenets of clean, compact and refined in actual fact pave way for the keyboard success. The design doesn’t have anything superfluous. All that did not come up with the ideas have been removed and as a result, we are here with an advanced, sophisticated and compact keyboard, which can easily and perfectly connected with Bluetooth computers.
As the features, the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 is only some millimeters thick as compared to the AAA size battery. The 6000, in order for ease, shrinks down towards the front. Its curved design boasts providing higher economic typing than the straight keyboard layout. This layout also claims to provide a natural wrist posture in conjunction with a slight 6 degree curve.
This stand alone Bluetooth device also helps you get rid of the lack of a number pad that you feel when you sit in front of your notebook or netbook. You can make use of it with the keyboard or by itself. Besides, the device is too handy to carry anywhere around with the in-built carry case.
The Keyboard is also a great addition to the PS3 using the Bluetooth connectivity and can sit nicely on the living room table as a web browser text inputter. When it comes down to a portable, sleek, good response time keyboard, you couldnt go wrong getting this one. We rate it 4 out of 5, with it losing the point only for the fact it uses aaa batteries instead of a rechargable option.
This dainty device is available for € 66.99 from Expansys.ie