Incase will soon sell Microsoft's soon-to-be-discontinued keyboards, mice, speakers

All 23 products will be back on online & offline stores this year.

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Key notes

  • Incase is set to revive Microsoft’s abandoned hardware products.
  • 23 products of keyboards, mice, speakers, and more will be back on shelves this year.
  • Last year, Microsoft announced it’d abandon them to make rooms for Surface.

Incase, a popular accessory company, is set to revive Microsoft’s abandoned hardware products, like keyboards, mice, speakers, and more. 

The two companies have announced a new partnership this week: all 23 products will be sold and manufactured by Incase but under the “designed by Microsoft” tagline.

Onwards Brand, the maker’s parent company, says that these products will be on the shelves of offline and offline retailers like BestBuy and Amazon, or Incase’s official website this year. There are about 12 different keyboards, five mice, headsets, speakers, webcam, and more. 

It includes the Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse and the uniquely crafted Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse that doesn’t really shape like any other regular mouse you see in the market.

“Consumers can anticipate their favorite products back on shelves in 2024 under the Incase brand as we immediately begin to transition the portfolio,” says Marshall Clark, Onward’s GM for productivity unit.

Last year, the Redmond-based tech giant said that it would stop producing PC accessories to make room for Surface. 

In an interview with The Verge, Microsoft’s Dan Laycock mentioned that they’re selling their current PC accessories until they run out, and there are no plans to make more.