Microsoft Unveils Windows 8-enabled Sculpt Comfort Keyboard
Microsoft has introduced its latest member in the lineup of Windows 8 hardware peripherals - the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard. The first keyboard from Microsoft to feature a split backspace-spacebar key, it comes with optional backspace functionality to enhance typing efficiency and speed. Space bar size has been increased, making it easier to hit, while the backspace was included to allow you to keep your hands in standard typing position even when making a typo.
The Sculpt Comfort Keyboard also houses several keys which give you quick access to the most commonly used Windows 8 features, including Search, Share, Device and Settings hot keys and an updated Windows key. With its wireless USB connectivity, the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard also reduces the unnecessary clutter of wires.
The Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is available from 5 December 2012 at S$79.