Microsoft general counsel Brad Smith said the case could set a dangerous precedent, and invite other countries to take similar actions.

Munich - Microsoft has combined a trackpad and a keyboard into one device with its wireless All-in-One keyboard, designed for controlling smart TVs and multimedia systems.

It looks like a standard keyboard. But, instead of a numeric pad on the right side, there's a multitouch trackpad.

The keyboard can be connected via a wireless USB broadcaster to Windows PCs, tablets and smart TVs.

The keyboards cost about 40 euros (about R500). - Sapa-dpa