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    There are quite a few portable, wireless keyboards on the market right now. These universal keyboards connect with Android, iOS and, Windows devices both tablets and phone over Bluetooth, and are portable enough to lug in your bag, and sometimes even in a pocket when you're out and about.

    While connecting to a Bluetooth keyboard in Windows is pretty seamless, the support for Bluetooth keyboards came to Windows Phone after the Windows Phone 8.1 Update 2 only. I spent some time with the foldable portable Bluetooth keyboard by 1byone and used it with my Lumia 640XL (and Surface RT, Nexus 7, and the iPad to test cross-device and cross-platform compatibility), and here are my thoughts on the same.

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    11-15-2015 05:30 PM

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