Microsoft slashes 50% off Universal Mobile Keyboard in the UK; now available for £29.99

Back in August, Microsoft cut 50% off its Universal Mobile Keyboard in the US, in a deal running for almost two months, which will end this Saturday. Now, the company is offering a similar deal in the UK, although it won't be available for as long as that.

The Microsoft Store has slashed the UK price of the Universal Mobile Keyboard by 50%, reducing it from £59.99 to just £29.99. It's available in either a white and grey colour option, or all-black.

It's been almost two years since Microsoft originally released the Universal Mobile Keyboard. Designed to boost mobile productivity, it's compatible not just with Windows phones and tablets, but also those running iOS and Android, and can be simultaneously paired with up to three devices running different operating systems.

Microsoft says that its battery provides "up to six months" of usage from a single charge. Adding further to its versatility, the 'lid' of the keyboard doubles as a phone/tablet stand.

You can see a bit more of the Universal Mobile Keyboard in our feature article about the Linx 7 Windows 10 tablet from December. But if you're thinking of grabbing the keyboard in the UK at its new low price, don't wait too long - that 50% discount is due to end on September 29.

Source: Microsoft Store

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