The Microsoft Arc keyboard was showcased at the recent CES 2010 and features a beautiful curved profile. It is lightweight, operates wirelessly (with a snap-in nano transceiver included) and comes with an on/off function for user to conserve its battery life.
At the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 at Las Vegas, Microsoft announced the new Arc Keyboard, a new entry in the designer range of peripherals that began with the award-winning Arc mouse in 2008.
The Arc Keyboard is a redesign of the keyboard as we know it. It is created to live where you do, inspired by modern home accessories: flatware, lighting fixtures and vases. As a result, the keyboard looks and feels like it belongs with other objects in the home – it is as much a part of the décor as the chandelier in the dining room and the vase in the kitchen.
With a beautifully curved profile, clean lines and a portable, lightweight shape, the keyboard can easily move around the house and is so attractive it fits seamlessly with other chic accessories so it fits in wherever it’s used.
The Arc Keyboard will be available in Singapore in mid-February for an estimated retail price of S$99.
The Arc Keyboard is backed by a worldwide three-year limited hardware warranty, and more information about this and other Microsoft Hardware products can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/hardware.
Minimum requirements to use the Arc Keyboard:
• Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP PC, or Mac OS X v10.4-10.6
• An available USB port
• 2 AAA batteries (included)
• Internet access for software installation