Microsoft unveiled some major surprises at their Surface event. If you missed all of the new hardware that was announced, check out the video below for an inside look at all the new products that were revealed.
The company then continued to introduce new hardware with the announcement of two new keyboards: the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and the Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard. They’re not as flashy as the Surface product line, but they’ll still be of interest to the everyday consumer. Plenty of keyboards on the market have either Bluetooth functionality or ergonomic design, but Microsoft has created dedicated shortcut keys that work in tandem with Windows 10. These include media controls, search, Office 365, and emojis.
Both of the keyboards are currently available for pre-order, and they’ll release on October 15th, 2019.