Travelling Companions

After spending the last months (if not a year) gallivanting between countries, I’ve come to realise the importance of owning reliable gadgets to keep me on the go. Lately, I started using Microsoft universal foldable keyboard, the Arc touch Bluetooth mouse as well as a wireless adapter and honestly we have been inseparable since then. […]

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After spending the last months (if not a year) gallivanting between countries, I’ve come to realise the importance of owning reliable gadgets to keep me on the go. Lately, I started using Microsoft universal foldable keyboard, the Arc touch Bluetooth mouse as well as a wireless adapter and honestly we have been inseparable since then. I get to write my blogposts on the go, browse thousands of images in my data base in much efficient way and project my ideas on the big screen when needed for clients – all of course wirelessly. The gadgets have turned my work into a child’s play yet a truly efficient one!

Honestly, I’m not very technical, I like simple portable gadgets that help me perform better and faster. Microsofts universal foldable keyboard is the perfect travel companion. The ultra-thin keyboard has allowed me to do almost everything on my tablet and smartphone – especially those long email replies. While the wireless display adapter has truly modernise my meetings with clients as I get to project my ideas into any projector or monitor into a conference room. Last but not least, the arc touch mouse allowed me to freely navigate through endless folders and images and just about everywhere, even on rough plane tables relying on Microsoft Blue Track Technology. Certainly, taking multitasking to a whole new level.

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Photos: Jake Armstrong

  • Yeah indeed is it is a very handy tool, when you travel so often.

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  • Bjørn Chr. Finbråten

    Being constantly on the move, I was so inspired by your post that I went ahead and bought the Microsoft keyboard. To me it was impossible to use due to the awkward design of some of the keys combined with the extra spacing in the middle. In fact I was so frustrated that I wrote a blog post about the experience. http://www.dandywithlens.com/microsoft-foldable-keyboard-fail/

    • Matthew Zorpas

      Bjorn, it really worked for me.. I’m so sorry to hear that you had a bad experience with the product.