This week, Microsoft received federal approval for its Bluetooth-based keyboard and mouse products, which will use the wireless technology to connect the devices to a PC. The company will sell the products together in a kit that includes a USB-based Bluetooth transceiver for the PC, since most PCs today don't yet ship with Bluetooth hardware, though that should change by early 2003. Additionally, Microsoft will start selling two new wired keyboards this fall, including the Multimedia Keyboard, which features one-touch button access to digital media features and other oft-needed functionality such as navigating music and video clips, surfing the Web, starting the programs you use most, and so on. And a new Natural Multimedia Keyboard will offer the same functionality combined with an ergonomic "split" keyboard layout. Both the Multimedia Keyboard and the Natural Multimedia Keyboard have revised looks, with a deep blue band across the top and integrated wrist rests.
Now bink has found 2 MS pdf's about there new mouse & keyboard.
News source: windowsxp.nu