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
Test: Microsoft Wedge Keyboard/Mouse, trådlöst och slimmat
23 October 2012
Excerpt: För ett litet tag sedan kom det ett brev på posten som innehöll ett nytt tangentbord med tillhörande mus från Microsoft. Wedge kallas modellerna, eller rättare sagt Wedge Mobile Keyboard respektive Wedge Touch Mouse .