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Microsoft unveils Windows 8 accessories

Microsoft will release Windows 8 RT on next October 26, and have today unveiled a slew of new accessories especially designed to work with the new operating system.

Today, the firm introduced five products, including a pair of Bluetooth-enabled keyboards and three wireless mice. You will have the choice between peripherals Sculpted or Wedged. Whatever the device you will choose, they will be soon available from Microsoft’s online store and other retailers, such as Amazon, at a price range from $49.95 to $79.95.

Wedge Mobile Keyboard & Wedge Touch Mouse

This stylish Bluetooth keyboard is designed specifically for tablet use, and features a slim design with Windows 8 Hot Keys for quick access to search, device settings and more.

It comes with a protective cover that can be folded at different angles, so you can use it as a stand for your tablet. When placed over the keyboard, it will also power down the device in order to save battery life. The Wedge Mobile Keyboard will cost $79.95.


 The Wedge Touch Mouse was designed with the same aesthetic as the Wedge Mobile Keyboard. This $69.95 mouse is small enough to fit in your pocket and includes four-way touch-scrolling to make it easier to navigate the Windows 8 user interface.

Sculpt Mobile Keyboard & Sculpt Touch Mouse

The Sculpt Mobile Keyboard will be priced at $49.95, it’s a full-sized keyboard yet weigh less than one pound. It features a curved design for a more comfortable typing experience, as well as including some Windows 8 shortcut keys. The keyboard is also capable of going into sleep mode in order to save battery life.

The Sculpt Bluetooth Touch mouse is bigger than the Wedge Touch Mouse, making it better-suited for use with a computer. It has an ambidextrous design, and comes with four-way touch strip so you can scroll up and down, as well as left and right. The mouse operates on two AA batteries and is priced at $49.95.

Microsoft Touch Mouse

The last accessories unveiled, is the existing Microsoft Touch Mouse, that will be updated with new gesture support to make it easier to navigate through Windows 8. The mouse features a multitouch surface, where you can use one finger to move up/down, left/right. A two-finger swipe will switch through open apps, while three fingers will zoom in/out of a screen.

The Microsoft Touch Mouse is the most expensiv and will cost $79.95. If you already own this accessory, a single update will be available so you can add the new gesture support at no additional cost.

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