Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard
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6 March 2013
Conclusion: But where the Lenovo device feels a bit flimsy, the Wedge Mobile Keyboard is very solid. Just know that that sturdy feel will come at the cost of a slightly heavier bag. The Wedge Mobile Keyboard and the cover/stand together weigh an even pound.
Pros: Striking industrial design, Looks and feels sturdy, Includes Windows 8 shortcut keys
Cons: A bit heavy, Shortcut keys make it Windows-centric, although keyboard does work with Android and Apple devices, Keys feel slightly cramped
Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse and Mobile Keyboard review
24 August 2012
Excerpt: When Microsoft first announced the Wedge Touch mouse for Windows 8 , plenty of people wondered whether the blunt, flipper-shaped device was actually practical. Its accompanying keyboard, meanwhile, looked unusually small, with a magnetized rubber cover that folded into a tablet stand.
Pros: Innovative form factor that actually works, Tiny and light, Surprisingly comfortable, Convenient Charm keys, Protective cover / stand works well as both, Portable but not cramped
Cons: No Windows 8 gesture support, Relatively pricey, Scratches easily, Keyboard cover fits a little less closely over time, Price is on the high side
Conclusion: But the Wedge Keyboard IS very cool. It's tiny, about half the overall size of a 10-inch tablet and made out of solid materials. It has a very nice weight, and a feeling that it will last a long time. It's powered by a couple of AAA batteries.
Pros: Great design, ideal for media centre PCs, cover makes a great tablet stand
Cons: Fairly hard to type on, almost unbelievably expensive,