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Microsoft’s new keyboard comes with a finger print sensor

Microsoft Windows Keyboard

Microsoft’s new keyboard comes with a finger print sensor

Microsoft continue to offer a new generation of accessories for Windows 10 operating system devices. The new keyboard and mouse are in close proximity to the company’s new Surface models in terms of design.



The Modern Keyboard, like Apple’s keyboard, has “Chiclet” style keys and an aluminum frame. The heavy keyboard is defined as “almost indestructible” by Microsoft. The fingerprint sensor hidden between the Alt and Ctrl keys is the most interesting aspect of the keyboard. The fact that the fingerprint sensor is hidden makes it less likely to interfere with the user when writing.


The keyboard with silver and gray tones can be connected via cable or via Bluetooth 4.0. Automatic synchronization for Bluetooth connectivity is done automatically when the keyboard is connected to the computer for the first time. Modern keyboard with rechargeable battery, Windows 10, as well as Windows 8, Windows 10 Phone, Android and MacOS can work with devices. However, the device must support Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. Surface Studio, Pro and Laptop are also among the devices compatible with Modern Keyboard.



The modern Mouse is smooth and rounded, the keys are almost hidden and the metal scrolling wheel makes up for it. For the modern mouse that connects to computers with Bluetooth 4.0, Microsoft promises “extraordinary precision”. The mouse that works with two AAA batteries will support most Bluetooth 4.0-compatible devices.



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