New gear is optimized for Windows 8
Microsoft has unveiled several new peripherals that are designed to work with Windows 8 devices set to launch in October and existing devices. Among the new products are the Wedge Touch Keyboard and the Wedge Touch Mouse. The mouse supports gestures for input and has no physical buttons.
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The keyboard is designed to work with tablets and other devices and has a flip up to cover that acts as a stand for tablets. Both the devices use Bluetooth technology to connect and the keyboard sells for about $80 with the mouse going for about $70.