Microsoft Unveils New Mice, Keyboards for Windows 8

The company also updated its touch mouse to support Windows 8 gestures.

PCMag: In anticipation of the upcoming Windows 8 launch, Microsoft has updated and expanded its lineup of peripherals. It announced two new keyboards--a tablet-friendly Wedge Mobile Keyboard and an ergonomic Sculpt Mobile Keyboard. It also introduced a corresponding mouse for each of the new keyboards. The company also updated its existing Touch Mouse so that it will accept Windows 8 gestures.

Customers will soon be able to purchase the new peripherals through Microsoft's online store, as well as through retailers.

Tags: Microsoft, Windows 8, keyboard, peripherals, mouse

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