Microsoft's Surface desktop keyboard leaks, might ship with new all-in-one PC

Microsoft appears to be readying a number of new Surface-branded PC accessories. Windows Central reports that Microsoft will launch a new Surface-branded version of its Designer Bluetooth Desktop kit, alongside an ergonomic Surface keyboard and a Surface mouse. All three accessories are designed to be used with desktop PCs, and will reportedly be launched this month. Windows Central has provided a promo image of the redesigned Bluetooth Desktop kit, with an improved keyboard layout and a gray color scheme to match existing Surface devices.

The timing of these keyboard leaks comes just as Microsoft is expected to announce a hardware event for late October, and days after a desktop Surface keyboard was rumored. Recent rumors have also suggested that Microsoft is preparing to launch a Surface-branded all-in-one (AIO) PC later this month. Microsoft is currently targeting a late October launch event in New York City, where the firm is expected to unveil at least one AIO PC. Surface-branded desktop keyboards and mice would obviously match any desktop PC that Microsoft may unveil.

Microsoft Surface keyboard desktop rumor (Windows Central)


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