Microsoft introduces a new keyboard, mice, and a wireless display adapter

Microsoft introduced the all-new Surface Laptop Go today, as well as new configurations for the ARM-based Surface Pro X, but that's not all the company is announcing. There are a few new accessories being announced today, which you can use to renew your setup, though the company didn't share images for them, and the product pages don't seem to be live either.

First off, there's the new Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard, a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard with two-year battery life. It can connect to and switch between up to three devices on the fly, and it will come in two unspecified colors for $69.99. If you only need a number pad, the Microsoft Number Pad is a wireless (Bluetooth) unit that costs $24.99.

Moving on to mice, the new Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse features an ergonomic design with a soft thumb rest and two customizable buttons. Based on the name, it could be based on the wired Microsoft Ergonomic Mouse, which costs $39.99, but the new wireless version goes up to $49.99. Microsoft is also releasing a new Sandstone color variant of the Microsoft Modern Mobile Mouse, and while that one has a product page, the new color isn't mentioned there yet.

Finally, and perhaps most interestingly, there's a new wireless display adapter, which now comes with 4K support. Wireless display adapters let you connect your computer to displays like TVs wirelessly using Miracast tehcnology, and the addition of 4K support should be a welcome one. The adapter costs $69.99.

As mentioned above, product pages don't appear to be live for any of these products as of yet.

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