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Microsoft Surface Ergonomic Keyboard points to all-in-one

By Jules Wang September 29, 2016, 1:58 pm

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has certified a new “Surface Ergonomic Keyboard” for use with Bluetooth 4.2. Now, why would a presumably large, weirdly shaped keyboard get the Surface branding from Microsoft?

Well, it would seem to affirm rumors that a Surface all-in-one computer is coming next month.

Now, mind you, a Bluetooth keyboard could be any size, — some pictures of this new keyboard would’ve been helpful here, but we don’t have them — but as WinFuture points out, Microsoft has manufactured some pretty neat-o and large ergonomic keyboards under the “Sculpt” brand. The latest one is pictured above.

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Yep, that’s quite the keyboard. And there’s a detached numberpad. That’s a nightmare for portability.

Still, with the Surface brand entailing a rather conservative design language, we’ll have to see how “sculpted” this ergonomic keyboard for the Surface all-in-one will come out — if it comes out next month.

Source: Bluetooth SIG
Via: PCWorld

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