Microsoft has unveiled two new keyboards: Ergonomic Keyboard and Blueooth Keyboard. Both were equipped with new keys, replacing those that few people used.
The reports suggesting that Microsoft wants to replace the right Windows key with the new "Office key" have been confirmed. However, it turns out that this is not the only change that the giant decided to design its latest keyboards: Ergonomic Keyboard and Bluetooth Keyboard.
Microsoft keyboard with "Office key"
The new American manufacturer's keyboards – the "broken" Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and the wireless Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard – differ from each other quite significantly, but there is also something that connects them. This is among other things a new key known as the "Office key".
What is its function? Primarily it is used to launch Office 365 applicationsthat allows you to create or open a document. It is possible that it will also play the role of a function key (in the Fn style, but specifically to carry out tasks within the office editors).
Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and Bluetooth Keyboard have the Emoji key
Next to the "Office key" – in the place where the context menu activator is usually located – in both new keyboards another new key: "Emoji key". As you probably guessed, its function is to open the system emoticon panel.
Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard
Both Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard and Bluetooth Keyboard also have search engine activation key over the central section of function keys and the keys responsible for screenshots, system locking, multimedia support or deleting the contents of the calculator.
Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard
On the product pages, we also find information that Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is to provide the highest comfort in its class, and Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard can work up to 3 years 2 x AAA batteries on one set.
How much do new Microsoft keyboards cost?
Currently, there is a pre-sale of new devices in the American giant's store. The price of the Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboard is $ 60in turn for Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard you have to pay $ 50.
Source: Microsoft, OnMSFT
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