Microsoft has been designing keyboards and mouses for desktops for a number of years, and has been highly successful in doing it. On Tuesday though, Microsoft released more exotic and art deco styled keyboards, trackpads, and mouses that should appeal to users.
The new Scult Ergonomic Desktop hardware additions should appeal to many different computer users. The new keyboard and mouse additions and definitely a new style that Microsoft hasn’t done before, but appeals to the move exotic and contemporary user versus the standardized keyboard and mouse units currently at the desktops.
The Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard
The brand new Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard is truly a unique piece of hardware. It is completely wireless, and has a U-shaped layout that helps users be safer when they type. As it is more ergonomic than most of their keyboards, it also has a cushioned palm rest and separate number pad to keep the wrists of heavy typers safer.
Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse
The Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse by Microsoft looks a lot like their other mouse units developed but is different. It has a start screen shortcut for Windows 8 users and a tilting scroll wheel which users who are on the Internet a ton will love. The slight changes to the Sculpt Ergonomic Mouse should appeal again to those looking for a wireless solution and one that keeps their wrists safer.
Available On Own Or Bundle
As is typical in Microsoft marketing, each one of these products is available on their own or in a wireless desktop bundle. The Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard is scheduled for a $81 price-point and the mouse at $60. Together as a desktop solution, they are both available for $130. Buyers should be able to purchase them this September from their favorite retailer or their Microsoft Store.
This latest hardware move is aimed at Windows 8 users and office users who want to keep their wrists safer. These ergonomically enhanced keyboards and mouse unit are perfect for those who type or use their computers a lot, and are very exotic in their looks and appearance. They should sell well this September and Microsoft could have another hit on their hands, which could coincide with Windows 8.1 too.