At work or play, users today spend several hours a day at a keyboard. To make sure that this time is both relaxed and productive, Microsoft Corporation (India) Private Ltd today launched the Sculpt Mobile Keyboard, priced at Rs. 3,495/-.

Available in all retail shops, the keyboard is a great buy for its cutting-edge design and the rich Windows 8 user experience it offers. It comes equipped with Windows 8 hot keys for easy access to settings, search and share functions and support mobility and portability. It’s a must-buy for consumers looking to pick up a keyboard that is mobile and enhances productivity without straining the hands. In short, a great gift to yourself or your loved ones this Diwali.

The Sculpt Mobile Keyboard has the comfort curve layout (pioneered by Microsoft) that follows the natural typing stance of the hands. Slim and compact, the keyboard has a built-in Bluetooth receiver for fuss-free connectivity. Great for both laptop as well as tablet users, and compatible with Windows PCs and Macs, it is easily portable. The Sculpt Mobile keyboard also replaces the Function keys with commonly used functions such as Windows playback and volume.

Commenting on the new keyboard, Alka Kaul, Category Lead – Hardware,Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt. Ltd. said, “Microsoft is constantly driven to innovate, to make sure that consumers in India have access to the best designed products from the Microsoft portfolio to suit their needs. The new keyboard from the Sculpt portfolio is intelligent, compact, clean and refined design in action, and will delight users.”

The Unbiased Blog Verdict:

Finally MSFT released an updated Sculpt keyboard. We were waiting for it eagerly and now that its out, we aren’t really happy. Not happy because, for some vague reason MS decided to go in for a USB connector instead of using the Bluetooth connectivity. In today’s time, I wont use my wireless keyboard only with my laptop or PC, I would also use it with my iPad, Nexus 7 etc. So now a user would have to buy 2 wireless keyboards, 1 for the PC and laptop and other for the Phones and Tablets.

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