Technology mice, keyboards, display adapters: Microsoft launches new accessories
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At the same time as the Surface innovations, Microsoft today announced various accessories. There are various new input devices as well as a new edition of the wireless display adapter. All products should be available in this country in the coming days, but unfortunately I still don't have the euro prices. For orientation I have added the dollar prices I know.Microsoft 4K Wireless Display Adapter
The new edition of the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter now supports 4k resolution and is supplied with power via USB and connected to the image output device via HDMI. Price: $ 69.99.
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Microsoft Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse
Inspired by the design of the Surface Precision mouse, but lightened by two buttons - that's the Bluetooth Ergonomic Mouse. The two buttons on the side can be individually assigned using the Microsoft mouse and keyboard center. Price: $ 49.99.Microsoft Designer Compact Keyboard
With the Designer Compact Keyboard, Microsoft is bringing a compact Bluetooth keyboard with three profiles onto the market, so it can be coupled with up to three devices and switch between them at the push of a button. Depending on usage, the keyboard should last up to two years on a single charge. Price: $ 69.99.
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Microsoft Number Pad
If you miss the number field on the keyboard above, but still need one from time to time, you can add the Number Pad to the Designer Compact Keyboard. Of course, it also works on its own and is linked to the PC via Bluetooth. Price: $ 24.99.Microsoft Modern Mobile Mouse
“Every year again” is the motto for this mouse, which is given a slightly different name and new colors every year. This year's model is called “Surface Mobile Mouse” and the new color option matches the Surface Laptop Go “Sandstone”.
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