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Microsoft launches two new keyboard and mouse bundles

Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Bundle
Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Bundle (Image credit: Microsoft)

What you need to know

  • Microsoft launched two new keyboard and mouse bundles alongside new Surface devices today.
  • The bundles include an ergonomic keyboard and mouse, along with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse set.
  • The bundles will be available to preorder on May 12 at $60 for the Bluetooth pair and $90 for the ergonomic bundle.

While Microsoft's new Surface Book 3, Surface Go 2, Surface Headphones 2, and Surface Earbuds are garnering the most attention today, Microsoft has also launched a new set of keyboard and mouse bundles. Dubbed the Microsoft Ergonomic Desktop and Microsoft Bluetooth Desktop, each bundle pairs sleek keyboards with mice at fairly affordable prices.

The Microsoft Ergonomic Desktop bundle includes an ergonomic, split design keyboard as its main attraction. Joining it is an ergonomic mouse that looks essentially like a wired version of the Surface Precision mouse. Both are wired and come in a slick black color.

Microsoft Bluetooth Desktop Bundle Crop

Source: Microsoft Microsoft Bluetooth Desktop bundle. (Image credit: Source: Microsoft)

The Microsoft Bluetooth Desktop bundle, meanwhile, includes a more standard keyboard and mouse combo. However, as the name suggests, both feature Bluetooth connectivity so you can go completely wireless. It also comes in a black finish, much like the ergonomic bundle.

For both bundles, the keyboards feature dedicated Office and emoji keys.

The Ergonomic Desktop and Bluetooth Desktop bundles are expected to go up for preorder on May 12. Pricing comes in at $90 for the Ergonomic Desktop bundle, while hte Bluetooth Desktop bundle will fetch $60.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the Editor in Chief for Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl. Got a hot tip? Send it to daniel.thorp-lancaster@futurenet.com.

1 Comment
  • I have a wireless comfort keyboard 5050 and I prefer that it uses a USB dongle instead of Bluetooth since it seems more reliable (not all laptops have great Bluetooth devices/drivers).