Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse and Ergonomic Keyboard available for pre-order
Microsoft's new Ergonomic Mouse and Ergonomic Keyboard will reduce wrist strain at your desk.
What you need to know
- Microsoft announced the new Ergonomic Mouse and Ergonomic Keyboard.
- The devices are designed to reduce wrist strain.
- Features new dedicated keys for emoji, Office and screen snips.
- The Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is available for pre-order for $60 and the Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse is available for pre-order for $40.
In addition to all of the new Surface hardware that Microsoft announced today, several new accessories are now available for pre-order on Microsoft's website. The Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and the Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse are designed to reduce wrist strain and fatigue at your desk.
The Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard features a split-key design that allows you to rest your hands at a more natural angle than a straight keyboard. It's a wired keyboard that also has a full number pad on the side.
New for this year are dedicated keys for the native emoji picker, snipping tool, and to launch Office.
The Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse looks a lot like a wired version of the Microsoft Precision Mouse. It has a curved design and a thumb rest on the left side of the device. It also has side buttons to make navigating a PC easier.
This wired keyboard features a split-key design that helps reduce wrist strain and fatigue.
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