Microsoft is planning to launch a pair of Surface Bluetooth Keyboards, according to a new report from Windows Central. Last week, we learned of a filing with the Bluetooth SIG registry for a Surface Ergonomic Keyboard, but it looks like the company will launch a standard keyboard as well.
The device that's featured in the image clearly looks like something that would have the Surface brand, with the gray magnesium coloring. One might speculate that this is the keyboard that will be made for the rumored all-in-one (AIO) Surface device, which is expected to launch this month.
While the device was originally rumored to come in 21-, 24-, and 27-inch variants, Windows Central is now reporting that it's only going to come in a 27-inch model, which will have a 4K display. According to patent filings, the device may be modular, which would allow the user to upgrade components of it, something that can't easily be done with existing all-in-ones.
Sadly, the Surface AIO is the only Microsoft device that is still rumored to be launched soon. Surface Book 2 and Pro 5 are more likely to arrive in the spring, alongside the next feature update to Windows 10, codenamed Redstone 2. The long-awaited Surface phone may take even longer.
As should be obvious by now, there are no more Lumias that will be announced, and Microsoft confirmed that there will not be a Band 3 this year. In fact, it's very questionable right now as to whether there will be a Band 3 at all.