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Priced at Rs. 3350, the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 is compatible with Microsoft Windows 7,Windows Vista, iOS, iPad, iPad2 and many Android devices

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Looking for the perfect companion for the tablet or PC? The wait is over! Microsoft has introduced the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 for the Indian market.

Priced at an attractive Rs. 3350, this keyboard is compatible with both tablets and PCs and yet small enough to slip into a bag, said a press release.

MS Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000Less than three-quarters of an inch thick, buying this keyboard also means getting rid of pesky wires, docks or trans-receivers. The Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000 works equally well with Microsoft Windows, iPad, iPad2, and many Android devices - making it one of the first multi-platform Bluetooth keyboards to be launched in India, said the press release.
It has an ergonomist- friendly Microsoft Comfort Curve design, which promotes a more natural wrist posture whether the user is typing from office, the couch or a cafe. It's also compatible with a PC, making for much less clutter on the table.
Commenting on the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 5000, Satish Parreddi, senior product marketing manager, Retail Sales & Marketing, Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd said, ''Consumers today want style, portability as well as comfort and our latest keyboard is the perfect companion to today's mobile lifestyle. Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile keyboard 5000 is especially designed for people on the move and as the market for mobile products such as the tablets and laptops increases.''

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