FCC photos confirm Microsoft Surface Keyboard

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Earlier today we reported that a photo of Microsoft’s Surface Bluetooth keyboard had leaked, and now the keyboard has officially made it through the FCC. The filing does confirm the look of the keyboard which is expected to be launched later this month with a modular Surface AIO device. In addition to the keyboard shown above, expected to be called the Surface Ergonomic Keyboard (a seemingly updated veresion of the Designer Bluetooth Desktop kit), Redmond is also expected to launch another ergonomic Surface Keyboard as well as a Surface Mouse (a a redesigned Designer Mouse). All of the devices are expected to support Bluetooth 4.0 LE, and will come in a Surface Grey.

Microsoft is expected to hold a Surface event sometime this month in New York City, and as the name suggest will show off some new Surface devices as well as accessories. In addition to the aforementioned devices, there have been rumors of a Surface Pro 5 and Surface Book 2 (neither have been verified as of yet) and a Surface Phone (highly unlikely as the device should be coming to the market sometime in the latter half of 2017). As new information about the devices or the event becomes available, we’ll continue to update the site to keep you informed. In the meantime you can let us know in the comments what you guys are expecting when/if we get a Surface event this month.

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