Microsoft reveals its new and updated PC accessories for Windows 10

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Microsoft has just revealed its new and updated PC accessories for Windows 10 — focused on taking advantage of the latest Windows 10 features such as Cortana and Virtual Desktops. The company has revealed the Wireless Desktop 900 which features a keyboard and modern and simplistic quiet touch keys. The Wireless Desktop 900 keyboard features one-click shortcuts for Cortana, OneNote, and virtual desktops. Interestingly enough, the Wireless Desktop 900 comes with AES encryption which offers secure wireless connectivity.

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Alongside the Wireless Desktop 900, Microsoft has also revealed the Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600 which comes with Bluetooth 4.0 smart technology, a 4-way scroll wheel for navigating up, down, left and right. Microsoft states that the mouse features a comfortable design as well — as you can see in the image below:

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Microsoft is also updating some of its popular desktop sets which will include AES encryption and some improvements to bring Windows 10 functionalities:

  • Sculpt Comfort Desktop – Now available at the Microsoft Store for $79.95 (U.S.).
  • Wireless Desktop 850 and Keyboard 850: (formerly the 800) – The Wireless Desktop 850 will be available at the Microsoft Store on September 23rd for $39.95 (U.S.) and the Wireless Keyboard 850 will be available at the Microsoft Store on September 23rd for $24.95 (U.S.).
  • Wireless Desktop 3050 (formerly the 3000) – Will be available at the Microsoft Store on October 7th for $59.95 (U.S.).
  • Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 (formerly the 5000) – Will be available at the Microsoft Store on October 7th for $69.95 (U.S.)

Microsoft stated that the Wireless Desktop 900 will be available at the Microsoft Store starting October 1st for $49.95 and the Wireless Mouse 900 will be available (separately) for only $29.95, while the Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600 will be available at the Microsoft Store starting October 8th for 29.95.

Microsoft has released a video showing off some of the features of its new accessories, take a look:

What do you think of Microsoft’s latest and updated accessories for Windows 10 PCs? Discuss in the comment section below.

Source: Microsoft

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