Back in March, Microsoft unveiled the Designer Bluetooth Desktop, a keyboard and mouse set with an emphasis firmly on style. The company says that it's also one of the thinnest desktop sets it has ever made, and it's now available to buy.
The keyboard is full size and includes a full row of Fn keys and an integrated number pad. The mouse can be used comfortably by both left- and right-handed people, and includes Microsoft's BlueTrack technology, which enables it to be used on almost any surface, including glass tabletops.
The company also claims that the mouse can run for up to six months on a single set of batteries, thanks to its low-power Bluetooth 4.0 connection.
If you're not too keen on the keyboard, you can buy the Designer Bluetooth Mouse on its own for $29.95, but it appears that it's not yet possible to buy the keyboard without the mouse.
Check out our hands-on with the Designer Bluetooth Desktop, ahead of our full review.