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. We wouldn't exactly call that heavy, but it's pretty substantial for a mobile keyboard, especially when entire Windows 8 tablets, such as Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet 2, weigh less than half a pound more.
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 aims at tablets with its thoughtful, easy-to-use Wedge Mobile Keyboard
12 December 2012
Summary: 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.
Cons: It's a tad pricey at $79, and (no surprise) it lacks universal hot keys that work in non-Microsoft operating systems.
TEST: Microsoft Wedge Mobile Keyboard - Tastatur til Windows-nettbrett
7 January 2013
Excerpt: Med Windows 8 viser Microsoft at de endelig mener alvor med nettbrett og tavle-pc-er. Det nye operativsystemet er vel så godt, om ikke bedre, tilrettelagt for nettbrett og berøringsskjerm, som for vanlige pc-er. Så har da selskapet selv, for første gang, lansert egne maskiner som kjører Windows.
Pros: Stilig design. Behagelig i bruk. Enkelt å sette opp. Bred støtte for operativsystemer. Smart deksel.