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Cheapest Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard Price in Singapore is S$ 45.90

The Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard price in Singapore is S$ 45.90 from Lazada. Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard price details are updated August 2019.

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 313.23 S$ 55.00
Malaysia MYR 164.00 S$ 54.00
Philippines PHP 1,819.00 S$ 48.00
Singapore SGD 45.90 S$ 46.00
Thailand THB 1,289 S$ 58.00
Vietnam VND 738.100 S$ 44.00

Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelAll-in-One Media Keyboard
DateFeb 2014
Power
Power source typeBattery
Keyboard battery typeAAA
Battery technologyAlkaline
Number of batteries supported2
Keyboard
Recommended usageHome
Device interfaceRF Wireless
Keyboard layoutQWERTY
Keyboard languageEnglish
Pointing deviceTouchpad
Keyboard form factorStandard
Numeric keypadNo
Hot keysYes
Programmable hot keysYes
Connectivity technologyWireless
PurposeUniversal
Frequency band2.4 GHz
Design
BacklightNo
Keyboard styleStraight
Wrist restNo
Product colourBlack
Surface colorationMonotone
Protection featuresSpill resistant
Mouse
Mouse includedNo

Reviews of Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard

chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-27
Ever want to get a little more portable with your mouse and keyboard? The new Microsoft Wireless All-in-One Media Keyboard is a very handy and comfortable addition to your living room couch, conference room, or even your desk. The All-in-One Media keyboar...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-25
Inexpensive. Very good wireless range. Built-in touchpad and mouse buttons. Supports gestures, including Windows 8. Good typing and touchpad experience.
Somewhat cramped keyboard. Keys are not backlit
Geared toward controlling a living-room PC connected to a large display or HDTV from across the room, the Microsoft All-in-One Media Keyboard ($39.95) has a lot to offer. This slim and light keyboard feels sturdy, provides a smooth typing experience, and ...
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-18
Small footprint (or "lapprint"), Integrated trackpad, Wireless, can be used across the room from a large screen, Many specialfunction keys, especially useful in a Windows 8 environment, Durable and spillresistant
Cramped keyboard compared with fullsize keyboards, No numeric keypad, No backlit keys, Focus on Windows support limits usefulness with other operating systems, No Bluetooth support; requires USB HID port on connected device
I decided that I would write this review with the product I'm reviewing, the Microsoft All-in-One Media keyboard, and I'll tell you right from the start that it is likely the last thing that I'll type with this keyboard. After several weeks of cramped typ...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-29
For a modest $30, the Microsoft All-in-One Media keyboard includes a built-in touchpad, physical volume controls, and WIndows 8 shortcut keys
The lap-spanning keyboard feels cramped, it lacks a backlight, and it's designed for right-hand users only
This keyboard-plus-touchpad combo (the official list price is $40 or £35, but it can be found for less online) is lightweight, with a solid feel considering the price. The keyboard has a matte black finish, which I like since shiny finishes tend to show m...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-11
When you think of Microsoft , hardware isn't the first thing that comes to mind. Recently, they have been pushing in-house designs like the Surface and Type Covers, but that's more of template for manufactures to follow in the industry for Windows 8. The ...
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onmsft.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-22
Microsoft recently unveiled the All-In-One Media Keyboard, a new keyboard from the devices and services giant. The keyboard features a full-set of keys, along with an integrated multi-touch trackpad that works well with gestures in Windows 8.1. We're goin...
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apcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-14
A standard mouse and keyboard setup aren't going to work, since you probably don't have a surface to use them on. Instead, you're going to have to look to game controllers, wireless keyboards and touchpads and remote controls for Windows.If you intend t...
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