Microsoft to release thinnest keyboard yet

The Mobile Keyboard 6000 is designed exclusively for Bluetooth desktops and notebooks

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Microsoft to release thinnest keyboard yet The keyboard is slightly thicker than a AAA battery at the back.
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By  Vineetha Menon Published  September 10, 2009

Microsoft has proudly unveiled its thinnest keyboard yet, which is slightly thicker than an AAA battery at its fattest area (the back…where else?).

Designed exclusively for Bluetooth computers, the Mobile Keyboard 6000 comes with a ‘Comfort Curve’ that gives your wrists a rest with a slight 6-degree curve. While it might not seem like a big deal, Microsoft has already sold more than 10 million of its Comfort Curve keyboards so there’s definitely a wrist-concerned market out there.

Another feature that sets this keyboard apart from all the other…ummm…keyboards is the fact that the number pad can be separated and used on its own (especially useful for certain netbooks that don’t come with dedicated digit areas).

Microsoft will be selling its thinnest keyboard next month for $89.95. But if it’s just the Number Pad you're after, you’ll need to shell out $44.95.

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